Eugene-area virtual school parents - we need your help!

Dear Eugene-area Virtual School Parent,

On Thursday, March 22 at 7:00pm, the Joint Legislative Committee on Student Success will be holding a hearing at Sheldon High School in Eugene. The Committee will be traveling around the state to hear from students, parents, teachers and administrators. They will explore the best practices in schools around Oregon and develop recommendations to address the gaps that are limiting student success.

It is vitally important that virtual public schools are part of this debate. As a virtual public school family, would you be willing to testify at this hearing to let our state leaders know why a virtual public school is the right fit for your family?

Please see the hearing details below:

Joint Interim Committee on Student Success
Thursday, March 22
7:00pm - 9:00pm - public testimony
6:30pm - witnesses sign up to testify
Sheldon High School Auditorium
2455 Willakenzie Road

The virtual school parent voice must be heard in the debate surrounding education in our state. Are you willing to be that voice? Please respond to if you are interested in testifying at the March 22nd hearing.

Thank you for your consideration of this urgent need.


Debbie Thibodeaux
President, OVPSA
Parent to Jordan - 9th grade, Baker Web Academy
Michaela - 7th grade, Baker Web Academy
Zach - 3RD grade, Baker Web Academy