Integrated Guidance Plan


In 2022, the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) implemented a new initiative referred to as Aligning for Student Success: Integrated Guidance for Six ODE Initiatives, requiring Oregon school districts and charter schools to undergo a comprehensive needs assessment and application process to continue receiving funds from six key grants. The intent of the Integrated Guidance initiative is to streamline the grant application process while simultaneously aligning strategies to provide better outcomes for students. The six grants that are a part of the initiative include:

  • High School Success (HSS) is focused on improvement of graduation rates as well as career and college readiness.

  • Student Investment Account (SIA) is focused on reducing academic disparities while increasing academic achievement and meeting the mental and behavioral health needs of students.

  • Continuous Improvement Planning (CIP) is focused on continuous improvement of educational opportunities.

  • Career and Technical Education (CTE/Perkins) is focused on development of academic knowledge in addition to technical and employability skills for secondary students.

  • Every Day Matters (EDM) is focused on addressing chronic absenteeism through increased attention on student engagement, school culture, climate and safety, culturally sustaining pedagogy, and family and community involvement.

  • Early Indicator and Intervention Systems (EIIS) is focused on creating and supporting cohesive systems of data collection and analysis, interventions, and supports.

This new process places a greater emphasis on equity, community engagement and a more well-rounded education.

The Junction City School District has aligned this work with our district visioning work and strategic plan. Please feel free to review the documents below.

Integrated Plan Application- This application looks at  the district needs assessment summary, plan, and targeted responses to the ODE's four Common Goals.
JCSD Integrated Planning and Budget - This planning sheet includes our outcomes and strategies across the 6 initiatives as well as the budgeting plan for the 23-24 and 24-25 school year. 

This draft will be presented to the School Board on Monday, Monday, March 20th at 6:00 p.m. in the JCSD board room.  You’re welcome to share your feedback directly with the School Board during the public comment period. If you cannot attend in person, you may also provide feedback using the Public Feedback Form


Student Investment Account (SIA)

High School Success

High School Success is a fund initiated by ballot Measure 98 in November 2016. The intent of High School Success is to improve student progress toward graduation beginning with grade 9, increase the graduation rates of high schools, and improve high school graduates’ readiness for college and career.  All High School Success recipients must meet eligibility requirements in order to receive and spend funds. Eligibility requirements ensure schools and districts put systems into place designed to look at what data they collect and begin the process of improving data literacy.

Funding is provided to establish or expand programs in three specific areas:

  • Dropout Prevention
  • Career & Technical Education
  • College-Level Education Opportunities