Healthy and Safe Schools (HASS) Plan
HASS Plans were created by the Oregon Legislature in 2017. The Board of Directors approved Columbia Gorge ESD's HASS Plan on July 17, 2019, with updates were made on March 24, 2021 .The plans require school districts, charter schools, and education service districts (ESDs) to communicate with their communities and stakeholders how the districts are addressing the following environmental hazards:
Lead in Water: N/A
Communicable Diseases Management Annex
This plan was developed by administrative leadership, support staff and expert partners in our region. Our goal is to carry out practices that help protect the ESD school community of children, students, parents, and staff in the event of an emergency related to communicable disases. Please click the following link to review the complete plan: Communicable Diseases Management Annex.
Continuity of Operations Annex
The purpose of the Continuity of Operations Annex (COOP) is to provide planning and guidance for conducting essential functions, with or without warning, before, during, and after various emergencies. While it is not possible to plan for every situation, the plan is designed to support adaptation based on learnings and the specific challenge faced. Please click the following link to review the complete plan: Continuity of Operations Annex.
Operational Blueprint for School Reentry 2020-2021
Under ODE’s Ready Schools, Safe Learners guidance, each school has been directed to submit a plan in order to provide on-site and/or hybrid instruction. For the purposes of this guidance: “district” refers to a school district, education service district, public charter school sponsoring district, virtual public charter school sponsoring district, state sponsored public charter school, alternative education programs, private schools, and the Oregon School for the Deaf: Columbia Gorge ESD Blueprint.