Learn at Home Oregon is a K-8 home-based distance education program specifically designed to offer a blended model of live interaction, technology integration, and individual real-world, project-based learning. This customized learning model allows students to work at their own pace to maximize learning gains, close learning gaps, and accelerate new opportunities. The blended curriculums reinforce the concepts in contexts of how we actually use them every day in our lives.
The Learn at Home Oregon program was built around your family’s needs and offers both an excellent education as well as flexibility. An individualized public program, Learn at Home Oregon is free and open to all residents of Oregon, and is offered through the Alsea School District, an accredited institution.
Alsea School District shall promote non-discrimination and an environment free of harassment based on an individual’s race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, disability or age or because of the race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, marital status or age of any other persons with whom the individual associates.
Marc joined the Alsea School District in July of 2011. Marc has been a Superintendent and Principal since 2005 working in the Washington State districts of Yoncalla and Walloa, prior to Alsea.
He came to Alsea for the opportunity to run a preschool through 12th grade, an open-enrollement school district founded on a business model designed to meet the needs of all students.
“I am forever a small school advocate. I love being able to be directly involved with everything for our three different education programs, and to be able to provide different solutions for families in the Alsea area and now across all of Oregon.”
Alsea School District
The vision of the Alsea School District, overseen by a Board of engaged community members, is to provide outstanding education opportunities from a small rural setting, while preparing students to compete in a global society.
The Alsea School District and supporting community share responsibility for creating a safe learning environment in which student behavior and performance reflect high expectations.