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    Student Investment Account Update - November 2021

    Lawmakers were clear from the beginning that an investment of this size in education must be accompanied by transparency and accountability to make sure the money is being spent properly and that our students are seeing results from the investment.

    One important component of transparency is ensuring that plans are created and shared with the community. Districts and charter school plans must be:

    • Approved by the board of the district or charter school with opportunity for the public to comment
    • Available at the main office and on the website

    Annual audits are also an important component of transparency. These audits must be:

    • Available at the district
    • Presented to the local board
    • Reviewed by ODE

    If the audit identifies issues, ODE may:

    • Collaborate to identify and implement specific interventions
    • Provide technical assistance
    • Deduct amounts from future distributions


    North Wasco County School District will be presenting to the School Board on November 18th, 2021 the SIA Annual Report. Please CLICK HERE to review the grant agreement as required by the Oregon Department of Education.  For public comments related to the SIA grant agreement, please send to the following email address no later than Wednesday, November 17th, 2021 by 4:00 PM:

    • Email to:  publiccomments@nwasco.k12.or.us 
    • US Mail to:  North Wasco County School District 21 ATTN: Public Comments, 3632 West 10th Street, The Dalles, Oregon 97058. 



    During the 2019 legislative session, Oregon’s leaders made a real commitment to our children, our educators, our schools and our state with the passage of the Student Success Act. When fully implemented, the Student Success Act is expected to invest $2 billion in Oregon education every two years; that’s a $1 billion investment in early learning and K-12 education each year. Of those funds, $200 million goes into the State School Fund and the remaining is distributed into three accounts: the Early Learning Account, the Student Investment Account and the Statewide Education Initiatives Account.

    At the heart of the SSA is a commitment to improving access and opportunities for students who have been historically underserved in the education system.


    To review more information about the Student Investment Account - please click here to be redirected to the Oregon Department of Education's SIA webpage.


    The North Wasco County School District Board of Directors approved and adopted the Student Investment Account (SIA) Plan as presented at their March 19th, 2020 meeting.  Please find the SIA Plan and Outcomes as presented and submitted to the Oregon Department of Education below:



    NWCSD 21 - Student Investment Account Application


    NWCSD 21 - Student Investment Account Outcomes


    The Student Investment Account (SIA): Annual Report for 2020 / 2021 can be found here.