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We have provided this secure online site to further enhance the communications and flow of data in our district for the 2018-2019 school year. Please login to access the secure location of the site, or contact HR for assistance.  


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Dear OEBB Member:

Senate Bill 1067 (SB 1067) is a bill relating to government cost containment measures. It will begin affecting OEBB plans on October 1, 2019.

You may be affected by this bill if you have other family members (spouse, domestic partner, or children) eligible for OEBB or PEBB benefits.

For example, if:

·  you receive an opt-out incentive (meaning you get something in exchange for NOT taking OEBB coverage and your other coverage is through OEBB or PEBB); or

·  you are double-covered under OEBB or a combination of OEBB and PEBB coverage.

On January 30, 2019, OEBB will host two webinars to help you understand the effects of this bill, one focused on opt-out incentives and one focused on double coverage.

If you are interested, please register using the links below, even if the date/time is not convenient. Everyone who registers will receive a follow-up email with links to the recording and presentation slides, so you can review the content at your convenience.

REGISTRATION LINKS:

SB 1067 for OEBB Members: Changes to Opt-Out Incentives
Wed., Jan. 30, 2019 (3:30 – 4:30 p.m.) 

SB 1067 for OEBB Members: Changes to Double-Coverage
Wed., Jan. 30, 2019 (5:00 – 6:00 p.m.) 


ESS Art Contest 2019 

 

Starting on February 4, 2019. The contest is open to public and charter school students in grades K-12 throughout the continental United States.

 

Quick Facts About the Contest

  • The contest information is located at ArtContest.ESS.com.
  • To enter, students must submit a drawing or painting with an image representing “What would it be like to have class in outer space?”.
  • The contest ends on April 8, 2019, 8:00 pm EST.
  • The top five finalists in each grade group will be featured on ESS’ Facebook and Instagram during the week of April 15, 2019, for public voting.
  • Winners will be announced on April 29, 2019.
  • Winning students will receive a $500 gift card, plus a $500 gift card for their school.
  • ESS corporate employees’ children cannot win.
  • Teams in the field can start announcing the contest to our clients and potential clients immediately. Attached is an 8.5 x 11 digital flyer. If you want printed copies of the flyer or 13 x 18 posters, please submit a General Marketing Smartsheet Request.
  • Starting tomorrow, we will announce the contest on ESS’ social media.
  • Any questions, email ArtContest@ESS.com.

 


ABSENCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM/AESOP - Update bookmark with the new ESS site. 

Need to report an absence? CLICK HERE

Training Manual CLICK HERE   Phone Manual CLICK HERE

The following absences will be DENIED if you fail to add an "Approval Comment" with your entry.

  • Bereavement/Funeral Leave (i.e. Aunt, Friend, Parent, etc.)
  • Building Leave (Reason for Use)
  • Other Absence (i.e. Field Trip, Billing Another Agency, etc.)
  • Professional Development Leave (Reason for Use)
  • Unpaid Leave (Required Explanation)

M.A. TEACHING (INITIAL LICENSE) ELEMENTARY TRACK

This Elementary MAT program is designed to help meet the need of getting more qualified, licensed multi-subject teachers in Oregon’s K-8 classrooms. The eMAT’s aim is to prepare those interested in teaching students in grades K-8 and help them obtain teacher preparation and licensure. The eMAT is for persons with a Bachelor’s Degree and who are:  

  • on an Emergency Teaching License,
  • Instructional Assistants who want to (or should be) full time classroom teachers,
  • Substitute teachers who want to (or should be) full time classroom teachers, and
  • persons who want to change careers and join the teaching profession at the K-8 level.

The eMAT Program provides qualified candidates an opportunity to earn a Master's Degree AND an Elementary Teachers License in two years in a part-time, hybrid graduate program. Cohorts of students move through this 2-year program completing teacher education courses, field experiences, and licensure exams that will enable them to be prepared to teach multiple subjects in grades K-8 (K-5 in elementary school grades and self-contained middle level classrooms).

Our next cohort begins summer, June 24, 2019 (cohorts always start in the summer) with application materials due March 1, 2019


 

 
STEPOVERS: Official grade slips, unofficial transcripts, or letters from the instructor or registrar are acceptable. The letter must be on the institution letterhead, include the class number and course title, credits completed, grade, and signature of the instructor or registrar. The information can be mailed or faxed (503-762-3689) to the Human Resources Department. If you have earned a degree, you must submit an official transcript.

All grades that are received after September 10, 2019, will be applied to the next stepover opportunity effective February 2020.

Grades earned by teachers who earned credits qualifying them for a stepover on the salary schedule are due by: 

4:30pm, Tuesday, September 10, 2019

 


 

FEEL FREE TO VISIT THE OPTIONAL TRAININGS AT ANY TIME THROUGHOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR.

  • Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Child Abuse
  • Homeless Student
  • Sexual Harassment

All employees are required to access this online training link, their login will direct them to use the first 2-characters of their last name and last 5-digits of their Social Security Number. *(Keep this unique ID number confidential)

Example: Last Name: Jones, Social Security Number: 123-45-6789

Login: JO56789

Login to Safe Schools: http://centennialsd.or.safeschools.com/login 

TROUBLESHOOTING:

You are also more than welcome to give us a call at 800-434-0154 and we can further assist. Thanks! 

 
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ALL TEACHERS BEFORE RETURNING FROM SUMMER BREAK 2018. . . . .

Please be sure your teaching license is valid. It is your responsibility to follow the requirements with Teacher Standards Practices Commissions (TSPC).

Double check your personal information to ensure you will receive notifications from TSPC (i.e. email address, mailing address, phone, etc.). If changes are needed please be sure to email contact.tspc@state.or.us.

To check the expiration date on your teaching license:http://www.oregon.gov/tspc/Pages/index.aspx

  1. Educator Look Up
  2. Name (First, Middle, Last)
  3. Birth Date
  4. ID (Last four digits of SSN)
  5. LOOKUP

If you need assitance please email tami_virell@csd28j.org.

* * * PLEASE NOTE: IF YOU HAVE NOT RECEIVED YOUR LICENSE RENEWAL OR RECEIVED NOTICE THAT YOU HAVE BEEN PLACED IN THE GRACE PERIOD, THE DISTRICT HAS NO RECOURSE BUT TO REMOVE YOU FROM YOUR ASSIGNMENT. YOU WILL BE PLACED ON UNPAID LEAVE UNTIL YOU RECEIVE YOUR VALID TEACHING LICENSE OR ARE TOLD YOU ARE OFFICIALLY IN THE GRACE PERIOD. 

  

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If you need assistance please contact Tami Virell.

 

Employee Information Changes:

Login to the Employee Web Portal

  • Employee Resources | Profile | Contact Information | Modify | Last 4-digits of your Social Security Number | Submit | Add New Contact Information | Submit | Done.

**NOTE: Change(s) cannot immediately be viewed; Human Resources will need to authorize the change(s) before you can view the updates. 

If you have questions please feel free to contact us


IN-DISTRICT EMPLOYEES ONLY  (Log in to access form)

PAYROLL ADVANCE

An employee may request by the 10th day of the month and the district shall grant an earned advancement on his/her salary. The advance pay will be deducted from his/her check in the month granted. Employees shall be limited to four (4) draws per year. No requests may be made between May 10th and June 30th.

Certified Staff:  Article 16.4.3; A member of the bargaining unit may request by the 10th day of the month and the District shall grant an earned advancement on his/her salary.  The advance pay will be deducted from his/her check in the month granted.  Members shall be limited to four (4) draws per year.  No requests may be made after May 10.

Classified Staff:  Article 17.7; A member of the bargaining unit may request a salary draw by the 10th day of the month and the District shall grant an earned advancement on his/her salary.  The advance pay will be deducted from his/her checks in the month granted.  Employees shall be limited to four (4) draws per year.  No requests may be made after May 10.

PAYROLL ADVANCE REQUEST FORM (click here)

All completed forms will need to be sent to the Payroll Office.

If you have questions please email or call (503-762-3619).

 


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