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4905 SW Dakota Ave., Corvallis, Oregon Detailed information regarding this property is contained herein. Interested parties should feel free to take this booklet. Service

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4905 SW Dakota Av., Corvallis Inside and out, you’ll appreciate the qualities that make this home a great place to live—the versatile floor plan, energy efficient features and great location that come together and create the perfect combination that will make you want to call this place home.      

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3 bedrooms/1.5 baths Approx. 1388 sq. ft. Indoor laundry Family Room Year Built: 1955 Schools: Adams Elementary; Linus Pauling Middle School; Corvallis High School Lot size .18 acre 1 Year Home Warranty Included Taxes: 2010-11 $2,414.28 MLS #644893

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 About 2 miles to the Kerr Administration Building on the Oregon State University Campus, .5 miles to Sunset Shopping Center and about 2 miles to downtown Corvallis.  Front door opens onto covered porch an ideal place to greet visitors and it comes with a swing.  Energy efficient features include newer 40 year high-end “cool” roof; solar power attic fans; updated windows; gas fireplace insert; ceiling fans in living room and family room.  No carpet anywhere, flooring is hardwood in the main living area and hallway, bamboo in the family room and cork in the bedrooms, vinyl in the “wet” rooms.  Large indoor laundry is located close to the family room and kitchen.  Major kitchen and laundry appliances are included and are nearly new.  Solar tube sky lights help to make this home feel light and bright.  Covered patio area just off the kitchen is the perfect BBQ spot, a great place to relax or entertain.  Landscaped yards with established plantings, raised garden beds and a covered patio area create peaceful and private outdoor spaces, perfect for entertaining, play and relaxation.  Double size garage has built-in storage and an attached shed provides plenty of space for workshop, parking and storage.  Wide side yard allows for parking of a trailer, boat, camper or extra cars.  Generous clothes line space is tucked away from view behind the garage.

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Utility Information Note: Your costs may vary depending on your household size and habits and/or changes in utility rates. This information is provided as a guide only.

Low Cost

High Cost

Electricity Provided By

$50

$65

Water/Sewer Provided By City of Corvallis

$30

$50

Gas Provided By NW Natural

$25

$120

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Title Insurance What is title insurance? A title insurance policy takes the risk out of acquiring property whose legal history is unknown to you. Through the years, your new property may have changed hands many times through sale, inheritance, foreclosure, or bankruptcy. Each transfer was an opportunity for an error in title to arise. If an error occurred, and never came to light, it could put your title in jeopardy. You could lose the property and the money you used to pay for it. And even if you successfully defend your rights of ownership, the cost in time and legal fess could be prohibitive. Title insurance protects you against these risks, including:           

Confusion from similarity of name Forged documents Signatures of minors or mentally incompetent persons Mistakes in recording legal documents Undisclosed or missing heirs Fraud Invalid divorces Misrepresentation of marital status Un paid taxes Clerical error in public records Wills not probated This information has been provided by: First American Title 405 NW 5th Street, Suite A, Corvallis, OR 97330 (541) 757-1344

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How does title insurance protect me? Before a policy is issued, the title company or one of its agents conducts a search for public records, maps, and documents. These records trace back to colonial estates, pioneer homesteads, or Spanish land grants and trace forward to the current owner. Only after collecting, examining, and interpreting appropriate records is a policy issued insuring the condition of the title. In addition to describing your property and spelling out a recorded limitations your ownership, a title insurance policy sets forth in clear terms what the title company will do in the event that a flaw in the title is discovered or your rights of ownership are challenged. This information has been provided by: First American Title 405 NW 5th Street, Suite A, Corvallis, OR 97330 (541) 757-1344

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OWNERSHIP INFORMATION Serial # Parcel Number RefPrcl # Owner CoOwner Site Address Mail Address Owner Phone Tenant Phone

:142103 Bldg # :0901 12504-CA-04000 :12504-CA-04000 :Bice Sarah L & Steven K : :4905 SW Dakota Ave Corvallis 97333 :4905 SW Dakota Ave Corvallis Or 97333 : :

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SALES AND LOAN INFORMATION Transferred Document # Sale Price Deed Type % Owned

:09/30/2003 :353450 :$145,000 :Warranty :100

Loan Amount Lender Loan Type Interest Rate Vesting Type

:$69,900 :Americas Wholesale Lender :Conventional :Fixed :Married Persons

ASSESSMENT AND TAX INFORMATION Market Land Market Struct Market Total % Improved Levy Code

:$122,275 :$79,430 :$201,705 :39 :0901

Measure 50 Total Taxable Value :$137,826 10-11 Tax Millage Rate

:$2,341.85 :17.3946

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION Land Use Stat Class Legal

:101 Res,Improved :131 Res,Cls-3,1 Story : : : Census Tract :3.00 Block :2 School District :Corvallis School #509J CommCollegeDist :Linn-Benton College-Corv

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PROPERTY CHARACTERISTICS Bedrooms Total Bath 1stFlrSF 2ndFlrSF Heat Type Heat Fuel Fireplaces Stories

:3 :1.50 :1,388 : :Radiant :Electric :1 :1

TotalBldgSF:1,388 Year Built FinBldgSF :1,388 Roof Type BsmtFinSF : RoofMaterial BsmtTotSF : Lot Acres AttcFinSF : Lot SQFT AttcTotSF : Mobile Home Garage SF :520 PropSerial # GrgType :Garage-Detach X-Number

Information compiled from various sources. Real Estate Solutions makes no representations or warranties as to the accuracy or completeness of information contained in this report.

:1955 :Hip :Comp Shingle :.18 :7,841 : :


Description: Benton,OR Document-Year.DocID 2003.353450 Page: 1 of 1 Order: asdfa Comment:


Benton County, Oregon - Assessment & Tax - 2010 Property Tax Statement

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07/01/2010 to 06/30/2011 BENTON COUNTY PROPERTY TAX STATEMENT 110 SW 4TH STREET CORVALLIS, OR 97333 ACCOUNT NUMBER: 142103 SITUS ADDRESS: 4905 SW DAKOTA AVE CORVALLIS, OR 97333 LAST YEARS TAX

PROP CLASS: PROP TCA:

101 0901

PROP MAP:

12504CA04000

VALUES Real Market Value Land Real Market Value Structure Real Market Value Total

THIS YEAR 122,275.00 79,430.00 201,705.00

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0.00

133,812.00

137,826.00

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133,812.00

137,826.00

Exemptions Net Taxable

Corvallis SD 509J Corvallis SD 509J Local Option LinnBenton CC LinnBentonLincoln ESD Education Totals

LAST YEAR 125,275.00 87,250.00 212,525.00

Special Assessed Value Assessed Value

ACRES: 0.18

2,344.80

TAX COLLECTOR

(541)7666808

ASSESSOR

(541)7666855

614.90 206.74 69.17 42.02 932.83

Benton County Benton County Library Benton County Soil & Water Dist City of Corvallis Local Option 2008 Benton County General Government Totals

303.93 54.40 6.89 703.84 88.21 1,157.27

Bonds City of Corvallis Bonds Corvallis SD 2003 Bonds Corvallis SD 509J Bonds LinnBenton CC Bonds - Other Totals

67.15 210.92 22.45 23.66 324.18

WEB SITE: http://www.co.benton.or.us/assess/

If a mortgage company pays your taxes, this statement is for your records only.

Full Payment with 3% Discount 2,341.85 Cut Here

2/3 Payment with 2% Discount 1,577.33

2010 - 2011 TAXES

2,414.28

TOTAL TAXES OUTSTANDING TOTAL TAX (After Discount)

2,414.28 2,341.85

1/3 Payment with No Discount 804.76 Cut Here

PLEASE RETURN THIS PORTION WITH YOUR PAYMENT

ACCOUNT NUMBER: 142103 INCLUDES DELINQUENT TAXES OWING, IF ANY Full Payment Enclosed..................if paid 11/15/2010 by: or 2/3 Payment Enclosed..................if 11/15/2010 paid by: or 1/3 Payment 11/15/2010 Enclosed...........................Due:

DISCOUNT IS LOST & INTEREST APPLIES AFTER DUE DATE

http://www.co.benton.or.us/assess/prop_statement.php?a=142103&y=2010

2,341.85 1,577.33 804.76

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$

8/30/2011


Benton County, Oregon - Assessment & Tax - 2010 Property Tax Statement

This on-line tax statement reflects the information on the account as of October 1, 2010. This tax statement does not reflect any payments or value corrections made on your account after that date. If you have made a payment on your property tax account after October 1, 2010, please contact our office at (541) 766-6808 between the hours of 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday for the correct amount owing. You may also contact us via the internet at http://www.co.benton.or.us/assess.

http://www.co.benton.or.us/assess/prop_statement.php?a=142103&y=2010

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Please make checks payable to: Benton County Tax Collector 110 SW 4th Street Corvallis, OR 97333

8/30/2011


Property Account Details

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REAL PROPERTY Account Information Account #:

142103

LAST CERTIFIED VALUES:

Map/Tax Lot:

12504CA04000

Market Land:

Property Class:

101

Specially Assessed Land:

0.18

Acreage:

Market Structure:

0901

Tax Code Area:

$ 79,430 $0

Total Real Market Value:

$ 201,705

Assessed:

$ 137,826

Exemption:

Owner Information Owner Owner

$0

Net Taxable:

4905 SW DAKOTA AVE CORVALLIS, OR 97333

Situs Address:

$ 122,275

$ 137,826

BICE SARAH L 4905 SW DAKOTA AVE CORVALLIS, OR 97333-3917 USA BICE STEVEN K 4905 SW DAKOTA AVE CORVALLIS, OR 97333-3917 USA

Taxpayer

BICE SARAH L & STEVEN K 4905 SW DAKOTA AVE CORVALLIS, OR 97333-3917 USA

Improvement Information

Residential Dwellings Dwell Type

Dwelling

Room Count

6

Year Built BR Count

Bath Count Heating Cooling

1955 3

1.50

Radiant - ceiling UNKNOWN

Square Footage Calculations

Total Area SF

1388

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DETGAR

Sales Information

Year Built 1960

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1388

Sq Footage

520

Click thumbnail to view larger image. Larger images will open in a new window. Deed Ref Number M353450-03

Sales Date 09/30/2003

Sale Price $ 145,000

Benton County Assessor's Office • 205 NW 5th St. • Corvallis, OR 97300 • 541-766-6855

http://www.co.benton.or.us/assess/scripts/property_detail.php?t=p&id=142103

8/30/2011


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Corvallis Transit You can save money and keep our skies cleaner by riding public transit to work, school, shopping and special events. Come aboard; riding Corvallis Transit System is easy! If you have any questions, the bus driver will gladly help, but please try not to distract the driver while the bus is moving.

Arrive at the bus stop: Always arrive to the bus stop at least 5 minutes before the bus is expected to arrive. As the bus approaches, confirm the route number and name by checking the sign above the windshield. It is helpful to stay near the bus stop sign and wave to the driver. (Do not step into the street.) When it is dark and you might not been seen, wave a small flashlight or lit cell phone to catch the driver's attention.

Board the bus: Wait until the bus comes to a complete stop before you attempt to board. If you are traveling with your bicycle, read about Bikes on Buses. All CTS buses are ADA equipped. If you need assistance boarding, ask the driver to lower the bus ("kneel" the bus) so that the stairs drop down to curb height, or ask the driver to lower the boarding ramp. If you are traveling in a wheelchair, the driver can assist you with strapping it in place. All CTS buses and the late night Beaver Bus service are fareless so any person wishing to ride CTS or the Beaver Bus may do so without paying a fare. Simply come aboard! If you will be transferring to another CTS bus, let the driver know. Transfer slips are no longer issued however the driver can help ensure you make your connection by asking the other bus driver to wait for your arrival. Move immediately to a vacant seat. Priority seats for seniors and passengers with disabilities are located closest to the driver. When a person in a wheelchair is boarding, people seated near the lift or ramp are required to move to make room for that person. If you must stand, hold on to the railings or seat backs.

Enjoy the ride: While on board, follow the Code of Conduct for safety and courtesy on the bus; report any concerns to the bus driver. Watch for your stop. When your stop is just ahead, signal the driver by pulling the gray cord that runs just below the windows. If the "stop requested" light is lit, someone else has already signaled for the driver to stop at the next stop. Remain seated until the bus comes to a complete stop. Gather your belongings and be sure you don’t leave anything behind when you leave the bus. Please depart the bus from the back door, when possible. Thank you for riding public transportation!

Information provided by Corvallis Transit System.


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Bruce Starker Arts Park Location: In southwest Corvallis, off of Country Club Drive and SW 45th Street, adjacent to Sunset Park Size: 15.71 Acres Bruce Starker Arts Park features a unique amphitheater-style shelter that can be reserved for events such as performances, concerts, weddings or parties. A "bowl" of gently sloping grass hugs the amphitheater on three sides. The fourth side of the stage faces the park's popular duck pond. Grassy areas and stationary picnic tables situated around the pond allow guests to enjoy the water while picnicking. To encourage natural migration, guests are prohibited from feeding the wildlife. The pond's fountain normally operates year-round from about 6 am to 8 pm daily. A multi-modal path winds around the pond and through the park. The park's play equipment includes swings, slide and a climbing structure. The Bruce Starker Arts Park boasts an energetic community garden. Parks & Recreation solicited community feedback on naming the community garden, and in August 2009 announced that it would be named the Dunawi Creek Community Garden.

Information provided by Corvallis Parks & Recreation Department.


Sunset Park and Natural Area Location: In southwest Corvallis, off of Country Club Place (near where SW 45th Street intersects Country Club Drive), across from Bruce Starker Arts Park Size: 20 Acres Sunset Park and Natural Area is a community park which features a small picnic shelter, ADA accessible playground, restroom, two lighted ball fields, a half basketball court, landscaping and open turf play area. In 2008, a multimodal path and interpretive boardwalk were installed along Dunawi Creek and habitat restoration projects were completed along the creek to restore the riparian ecosystem.

Information provided by Corvallis Parks & Recreation Department.


Bald Hill Natural Area Location: In west Corvallis and is accessible from 3 locations: a path next to the Benton County Fairgrounds, an entrance off Oak Creek Rd., and an entrance off Reservoir Rd. Size: 284 Acres Bald Hill Natural Area offers a 1.5 mile path along the base of the hill, and several miles of foot trails that climb to the summit of the hill and connect to the Mulkey Creek Trail and Fitton Green Natural Area. The trails pass through various habitats. A restored barn offers guests shelter at the base of the hill with an off-leash dog area. Horseback riding and bicycling are permitted on designated trails. Benches allow guests to rest and enjoy beautiful views.

Fitton Green Natural Area Location: In west Corvallis, west of Bald Hill Natural Area. Size: 308 Acres Named after Elsie Fitton Ross, who along with her husband, Charles Ross, and the Greenbelt Land Trust, helped fund the acquisition of this resource. Fitton Green has been open to the public since 2003 and has 3 public access locations, environmental interpretation information, and trails that connect with the Cardwell Hill Trail that runs from Corvallis to Kings Valley.

Information provided by Corvallis Parks & Recreation Department and Benton County.


Community Attractions Irish Bend Covered Bridge and Campus Way Nature Trail Location: In west Corvallis, off of 35th Street, south of Harrison Blvd. The bridge was built using a standard Highway Division design dating back to the 1920s. Following its construction in 1954, the bridge provided access across the Willamette Slough on Irish Bend Road, approximately 15 miles south of Corvallis. Following installation of two large culverts and realignment of the road in 1975, the Irish Bend covered span languished until it was dismantled in 1988. The span may originally have been constructed over the Long Tom River about 30 miles to the south and later moved to the Irish Bend site, but research on this issue is not yet completed. Various plans had been proposed for use of the bridge, including floating it downriver to be relocated to a new site. Through negotiations an agreement was reached between Benton County officials and Oregon State University to reconstruct it on university property in Corvallis. The Irish Bend Advisory Committee raised over $30,000, with Benton County providing an equal amount in matching funds, for the relocation of the span. Because no maintenance had been performed for more than 15 years, many of the timbers had rotted. New stringers were donated by a local mill, and an engineering firm provided the foundation without charge. The bridge site is part of a path through the research farm between 35th and 53rd Streets on the west side of the OSU campus. While the property is owned by the university, maintenance is carried out by the Benton County Parks Department, since the bridge is part of a bicycle and pedestrian path along Oak Creek.

Information provided by Oregon.com


ACCOUNTABILITY INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT The information below is used to determine the Adequate Yearly Progress designation for your school. A school is designated as Not Meeting AYP if any indicator is determined to be Not Met. The Student Achievement and Student Participation ratings are based on 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 Oregon Statewide Assessments for the students in your school identified as enrolled for a full academic year. The statewide goal for the minimum percentage of students expected to meet or exceed standards is 60% in English/Language Arts and 59% in Mathematics. Student Participation is expected to be 95% or greater. The statewide goal for the minimum graduation rate is 68.1%. The statewide goal for the minimum attendance rate is 92.0%. For more information, please view documents at w w w . o d e . s t a t e . o r . u s / d a t a / r e p o r t c a r d / r e p o r t s . a s p x STUDENT GROUP

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MET

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Black (not of Hispanic origin)

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MET

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Economically Disadvantaged

MET

MET

MET

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All Students

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MET

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NA Too few test scores or students to determine a rating.

Department of Education Notes

2009-2010 School Report Card

Adams Elementary School

Dear Parents and Community Members,

October 7, 2010

The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the 12th annual school Report Card. This year’s high school report cards include a new graduation calculation called a “Cohort Graduation Rate” which tracks the number of students graduating within four years. As in previous years, this report card contains two ratings: an Oregon rating and a federal rating. Oregon rates schools as either Outstanding, Satisfactory, or In Need of Improvement, and while these ratings cannot tell you everything about your school, they are a good starting point for talking about our successes and opportunities for improvement.

Susan Castillo, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Federal Adequate Yearly Progress Rating: MET DID NOT MEET MET See rating details on back page

Student Population Number of Students Percentage of Students in English as a Second Language Programs

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0.0%

5.8%

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

Expulsions

100%

Educational Assistants (FTE)

Elementary Class Size

Print Date: 10/06/2010

Satisfactory

School

School

With a Master's Degree or Higher

Adams Elementary School (27)

In Need of Improvement

SCHOOL AT A GLANCE

Staffing

LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT

Oregon Report Card Overall Rating: OUTSTANDING

-- No data available

For more information, contact your local school.


ACHIEVEMENT DATA

STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting Standards The graphs below show the percentage of students in your school at the indicated grades that met or exceeded the state standards on Oregon Statewide Assessments during the last two school years. District, state, and comparison school averages are displayed. Comparison schools are Oregon schools with similar demographics. School 92%

Comparison Schools 94%

92%

District 88%

State

School 88%

83%

Comparison Schools 89%

91%

District 87%

State

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 10 that exceeded, met, or did not meet state standards and participated in 2009-2010 Oregon Statewide Assessments. For more information, see http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/schoolanddistrict/testresults/reporting/pagrsurpressed.aspx STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

STUDENT GROUP ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS NOT MET %

EXCEEDED %

MET %

NOT MET %

EXCEEDED %

MET %

NOT MET %

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

66.7

27.8

5.6

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

--

--

--

Hispanic

46.2

46.2

7.7

15.4

76.9

7.7

*

*

*

White (not of Hispanic origin)

56.7

36.3

7.0

45.0

43.9

11.1

35.2

50.7

14.1

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

31.3

62.5

6.3

37.5

43.8

18.8

*

*

*

53.5

36.8

9.6

48.2

40.4

11.4

37.0

45.7

17.4

Female

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

41.0

48.6

10.5

25.0

65.6

9.4

Talented and Gifted

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

Asian/Pacific Islander Black (not of Hispanic origin)

2008-09

2009-2010 Reading - Grade 3, 4, 5

2008-09 91%

2009-2010 Mathematics - Grade 3, 4, 5 86%

88%

75%

Male 76%

Students with Disabilities

2008-09

2009-2010 Science - Grade 5

Improvement in Student Performance

READING

American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander Black (not of Hispanic origin)

9.7

48.4

41.9

3.2

41.9

54.8

9.1

27.3

63.6

Migrant

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

Limited English Proficient

*

*

*

*

*

*

--

--

--

Economically Disadvantaged

25.6

64.1

10.3

28.2

51.3

20.5

21.4

57.1

21.4

All Students

54.8

38.8

6.4

44.7

44.3

11.0

32.1

53.8

14.1

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 10 who either met or exceeded state standards or met their growth target in reading and mathematics for the last two school years. Growth targets are set yearly for students up to grade 8 and are based on each student's performance in the previous school year. Growth targets do not apply to students in grade 10 or students who did not test in the previous year.

STUDENT GROUP

SCIENCE

MET %

American Indian/Alaskan Native 80%

MATHEMATICS

EXCEEDED %

Race/Ethnicity

MATHEMATICS

2008-2009

2009-2010

2008-2009

2009-2010

%

%

%

%

*

--

*

--

94.4

> 95.0

94.4

94.1

STUDENT GROUP

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE

%

%

%

--

--

--

Asian/Pacific Islander

100.0

100.0

100.0

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

100.0

100.0

--

Hispanic

100.0

100.0

100.0

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

White (not of Hispanic origin)

98.9

98.9

97.3

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

100.0

100.0

100.0

Male

100.0

100.0

97.9

Female

98.2

98.2

97.0

Talented and Gifted

100.0

100.0

96.7

100.0

100.0

100.0 --

*

*

*

Hispanic

87.5

> 95.0

75.0

92.3

Students with Disabilities

White (not of Hispanic origin)

93.1

> 95.0

89.0

91.1

Migrant

--

93.8

--

81.3

Students with Disabilities

59.3

74.2

44.4

51.6

Limited English Proficient

*

> 95.0

*

83.3

Economically Disadvantaged

88.6

91.9

88.6

78.4

All Students

93.5

> 95.0

89.8

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. For more information, contact the Oregon Department of Education at 503-947-5715. Adams Elementary School (27)

STUDENT PARTICIPATION ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS

*

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

--- No data available

--

--

Limited English Proficient

100.0

100.0

--

Economically Disadvantaged

100.0

100.0

100.0

All Students

99.1

99.1

97.5

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

-- No data available

Department of Education Notes

90.7 -- No data available For more information, please view documents at www.ode.state.or.us/data/reports/toc.aspx Adams Elementary School (27) Print Date: 10/06/2010


ACCOUNTABILITY INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT The information below is used to determine the Adequate Yearly Progress designation for your school. A school is designated as Not Meeting AYP if any indicator is determined to be Not Met. The Student Achievement and Student Participation ratings are based on 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 Oregon Statewide Assessments for the students in your school identified as enrolled for a full academic year. The statewide goal for the minimum percentage of students expected to meet or exceed standards is 60% in English/Language Arts and 59% in Mathematics. Student Participation is expected to be 95% or greater. The statewide goal for the minimum graduation rate is 68.1%. The statewide goal for the minimum attendance rate is 92.0%. For more information, please view documents at w w w . o d e . s t a t e . o r . u s / d a t a / r e p o r t c a r d / r e p o r t s . a s p x STUDENT GROUP Race/Ethnicity

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

STUDENT PARTICIPATION

ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

ATTENDANCE

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

MET

MET

MET

MET

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Hispanic

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

White (not of Hispanic origin)

Am. Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander Black (not of Hispanic origin)

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Students with Disabilities

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

Limited English Proficient

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

Economically Disadvantaged

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

All Students

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

NA Too few test scores or students to determine a rating.

Department of Education Notes

2009-2010 School Report Card

Linus Pauling Middle School

Dear Parents and Community Members,

October 7, 2010

The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the 12th annual school Report Card. This year’s high school report cards include a new graduation calculation called a “Cohort Graduation Rate” which tracks the number of students graduating within four years. As in previous years, this report card contains two ratings: an Oregon rating and a federal rating. Oregon rates schools as either Outstanding, Satisfactory, or In Need of Improvement, and while these ratings cannot tell you everything about your school, they are a good starting point for talking about our successes and opportunities for improvement.

Susan Castillo, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Federal Adequate Yearly Progress Rating: MET DID NOT MEET MET See rating details on back page

Oregon Report Card Overall Rating: SATISFACTORY In Need of Improvement

Satisfactory

SCHOOL AT A GLANCE Student Population Number of Students Percentage of Students in English as a Second Language Programs

School

Attendance

School

District

State

697

2008-2009

93.4%

94.0%

94.7%

2009-2010

96.7%

95.4%

94.3%

School

State

0

245

School

State

98.9%

98.8%

6.3%

Expulsions Staffing

LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT

School

Administrators (FTE)

2.0

Teachers (FTE)

30.3

Average Years of Experience

Number of Expulsions Due to Weapons

Testing Participation Participation in 2009-2010 Statewide Assessment

14.7 Department of Education Notes

With a Master's Degree or Higher With Emergency or Provisional Credential as of January 15, 2010 Classes Taught by Teachers Who Meet Federal Definition of Highly Qualified Teacher Classes Taught by Teachers Who Do Not Meet Federal Definition of Highly Qualified Teacher

66.1% 0.0% 95.7% 4.3%

Educational Assistants (FTE)

21.7

Other Staff (FTE)

12.5

--- No data available * Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. For more information, contact your local school.

Linus Pauling Middle School (38)

Print Date: 10/06/2010

Outstanding


ACHIEVEMENT DATA

STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting Standards The graphs below show the percentage of students in your school at the indicated grades that met or exceeded the state standards on Oregon Statewide Assessments during the last two school years. District, state, and comparison school averages are displayed. Comparison schools are Oregon schools with similar demographics. School 81%

Comparison Schools 87%

District 86%

85%

State

School 78%

76%

Comparison Schools 81%

85%

District

State

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 10 that exceeded, met, or did not meet state standards and participated in 2009-2010 Oregon Statewide Assessments. For more information, see http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/schoolanddistrict/testresults/reporting/pagrsurpressed.aspx STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

STUDENT GROUP ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS EXCEEDED %

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

81%

77%

Asian/Pacific Islander Black (not of Hispanic origin)

2008-09

2009-2010 Reading - Grade 6, 7, 8

2008-09

82%

2009-2010 Mathematics - Grade 6, 7, 8 75%

80%

79%

72%

Improvement in Student Performance

READING

American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander

MET %

SCIENCE

NOT MET %

MATHEMATICS

2008-2009

2009-2010

2008-2009

2009-2010

%

%

%

%

*

*

*

*

90.3

81.6

83.9

81.6

EXCEEDED %

MET %

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

36.8

18.4

44.7

36.8

18.4

22.2

33.3

44.4

> 95.0

< 5.0

26.7

53.3

20.0

50.0

33.3

16.7

13.0

50.9

36.1

7.3

47.7

45.0

9.1

36.4

54.5

White (not of Hispanic origin)

45.8

45.0

9.2

42.4

43.5

14.1

39.0

44.2

16.9

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

40.0

45.0

15.0

50.0

35.0

15.0

20.0

30.0

50.0

Male

36.3

46.0

17.7

37.0

44.6

18.5

33.1

41.7

25.2

Female

43.7

46.2

10.1

36.4

43.1

20.5

31.9

41.4

26.7

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

11.6

37.2

51.2

8.1

33.7

58.1

0.0

25.0

75.0

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

Limited English Proficient

0.0

50.0

50.0

3.7

31.5

64.8

0.0

6.3

93.8

Economically Disadvantaged

16.2

55.6

28.2

16.1

50.2

33.7

13.1

43.9

43.0

All Students

39.9

46.1

14.0

36.7

43.9

19.5

32.5

41.6

25.9

Talented and Gifted

--- No data available

STUDENT GROUP

STUDENT PARTICIPATION ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE

%

%

%

100.0

100.0

100.0

Asian/Pacific Islander

100.0

100.0

100.0

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

100.0

100.0

100.0

Hispanic

98.2

99.1

97.8

White (not of Hispanic origin)

99.4

99.4

98.9

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

100.0

100.0

100.0

Male

99.1

99.4

100.0

Female

99.4

99.4

97.5

Talented and Gifted

100.0

100.0

100.0

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

80.0

> 95.0

70.0

80.0

Hispanic

63.0

74.3

69.4

60.0

Students with Disabilities

100.0

100.0

100.0

White (not of Hispanic origin)

90.4

92.2

89.8

89.3

Migrant

100.0

100.0

100.0

Limited English Proficient

100.0

100.0

100.0

Economically Disadvantaged

99.6

100.0

99.1

All Students

99.3

99.4

98.8

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

--

84.2

--

84.2

Students with Disabilities

58.3

56.0

61.1

51.2

Limited English Proficient

51.5

68.6

66.2

52.9

Economically Disadvantaged

70.7

77.1

77.2

70.2

All Students

85.8

88.8

85.8

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. For more information, contact the Oregon Department of Education at 503-947-5715. Linus Pauling Middle School (38)

NOT MET %

44.7

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 10 who either met or exceeded state standards or met their growth target in reading and mathematics for the last two school years. Growth targets are set yearly for students up to grade 8 and are based on each student's performance in the previous school year. Growth targets do not apply to students in grade 10 or students who did not test in the previous year.

STUDENT GROUP

EXCEEDED %

> 95.0

Migrant 2009-2010 Science - Grade 8

MATHEMATICS

NOT MET %

Hispanic

Students with Disabilities

2008-09

MET %

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

-- No data available

Department of Education Notes

83.9 -- No data available For more information, please view documents at www.ode.state.or.us/data/reports/toc.aspx Linus Pauling Middle School (38) Print Date: 10/06/2010


ACCOUNTABILITY INFORMATION REQUIRED BY THE FEDERAL NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND ACT The information below is used to determine the Adequate Yearly Progress designation for your school. A school is designated as Not Meeting AYP if any indicator is determined to be Not Met. The Student Achievement and Student Participation ratings are based on 2008-2009 and 2009-2010 Oregon Statewide Assessments for the students in your school identified as enrolled for a full academic year. The statewide goal for the minimum percentage of students expected to meet or exceed standards is 60% in English/Language Arts and 59% in Mathematics. Student Participation is expected to be 95% or greater. The statewide goal for the minimum graduation rate is 68.1%. The statewide goal for the minimum attendance rate is 92.0%. For more information, please view documents at w w w . o d e . s t a t e . o r . u s / d a t a / r e p o r t c a r d / r e p o r t s . a s p x STUDENT GROUP

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

Race/Ethnicity

STUDENT PARTICIPATION

ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

GRADUATION

Am. Indian/Alaskan Native

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Asian/Pacific Islander

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

NOT MET

NOT MET

MET

MET

NA

Hispanic White (not of Hispanic origin)

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Students with Disabilities

NOT MET

NOT MET

MET

MET

MET

Limited English Proficient

NA

NA

MET

MET

NA

Economically Disadvantaged

MET

NOT MET

MET

MET

MET

All Students

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

NA Too few test scores or students to determine a rating.

Department of Education Notes

2009-2010 School Report Card

Corvallis High School

Dear Parents and Community Members,

October 7, 2010

The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the 12th annual school Report Card. This year’s high school report cards include a new graduation calculation called a “Cohort Graduation Rate” which tracks the number of students graduating within four years. As in previous years, this report card contains two ratings: an Oregon rating and a federal rating. Oregon rates schools as either Outstanding, Satisfactory, or In Need of Improvement, and while these ratings cannot tell you everything about your school, they are a good starting point for talking about our successes and opportunities for improvement.

Susan Castillo, State Superintendent of Public Instruction

Federal Adequate Yearly Progress Rating: NOT MET DID NOT MEET MET See rating details on back page

Student Population

Outstanding

School

Attendance

School

District

State

1,151

2008-2009

92.1%

91.8%

91.3%

Percentage of Students in English as a Second Language Programs

5.4%

2009-2010

91.6%

92.0%

91.1%

School

State

0

245

School

State

96.3%

98.8%

School

State

Cohort Graduation Rate

73.1%

66.2%

NCES Graduation Rate

96.5%

85.1%

School

Administrators (FTE)

3.0

Teachers (FTE)

55.6 13.9

Average Years of Experience

82.9%

With Emergency or Provisional Credential as of January 15, 2010 Classes Taught by Teachers Who Meet Federal Definition of Highly Qualified Teacher Classes Taught by Teachers Who Do Not Meet Federal Definition of Highly Qualified Teacher

0.0% 100% 0.0%

Expulsions Number of Expulsions Due to Weapons

Testing Participation Participation in 2009-2010 Statewide Assessment

Graduation Rates 2008-2009

Dropout

Number

School

District

State

Educational Assistants (FTE)

10.6

2007-2008

43

3.3%

2.7%

3.6%

Other Staff (FTE)

34.6

2008-2009

10

0.8%

1.4%

3.4%

SAT Scores

School

State

Nation

Critical Reading

574

523

501

Math

583

524

516

Writing

554

499

492

Percentage Tested

54%

54%

47%

Number Tested 171 * Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. Print Date: 10/06/2010

Satisfactory

Number of Students

With a Master's Degree or Higher

Corvallis High School (40)

In Need of Improvement

SCHOOL AT A GLANCE

Staffing

LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT

Oregon Report Card Overall Rating: SATISFACTORY

Department of Education Notes

18,461 1,547,990 -- No data available

For more information, contact your local school.


ACHIEVEMENT DATA

STATEWIDE ASSESSMENT RESULTS

Academic Achievement Percentage of Students Meeting Standards The graphs below show the percentage of students in your school at the indicated grades that met or exceeded the state standards on Oregon Statewide Assessments during the last two school years. District, state, and comparison school averages are displayed. Comparison schools are Oregon schools with similar demographics. School

Comparison Schools

District

State

School

Comparison Schools

District

State

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 10 that exceeded, met, or did not meet state standards and participated in 2009-2010 Oregon Statewide Assessments. For more information, see http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/schoolanddistrict/testresults/reporting/pagrsurpressed.aspx STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

STUDENT GROUP ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS EXCEEDED %

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

78%

2008-09

77%

79%

75%

75%

73%

68%

2009-2010 Reading - Grade 10 68%

56%

2008-09

73%

72%

63%

59%

61%

Asian/Pacific Islander

58%

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

2009-2010 Mathematics - Grade 10 76%

54%

65%

2008-09

READING

STUDENT GROUP American Indian/Alaskan Native

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

71.4

14.3

38.5

38.5

23.1

23.1

61.5

15.4

*

*

*

*

*

*

6.1

9.1

84.8

10.7

17.9

71.4

White (not of Hispanic origin)

25.8

58.2

16.0

25.8

42.8

31.4

35.3

46.7

17.9

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

18.0

59.4

22.7

24.8

42.6

32.6

32.8

45.1

22.1

26.2

50.8

23.0

21.0

35.5

43.5

27.2

47.4

25.4

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

4.2

20.8

75.0

< 5.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

0.0

16.7

83.3

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

0.0

6.3

93.8

0.0

12.5

87.5

0.0

8.3

91.7

Economically Disadvantaged

9.8

41.5

48.8

6.2

24.7

69.1

17.4

30.4

52.2

All Students

22.0

55.1

22.8

22.9

39.1

37.9

30.1

46.2

23.7

GRADUATION

2008-2009

2009-2010

2008-2009

2009-2010

2008-2009

2008-2009

%

%

%

%

NCES Rate

Cohort Rate

*

*

*

*

80.0

42.9

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

93.8

93.8 66.7

Hispanic

100.0

100.0

82.9

White (not of Hispanic origin)

100.0

99.5

93.4

--

--

--

Male

100.0

100.0

93.2

Female

100.0

98.4

89.9

Talented and Gifted

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

75.0

--

--

--

Limited English Proficient

100.0

100.0

78.9

Economically Disadvantaged

100.0

98.8

83.7

All Students

100.0

99.2

91.6

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

60.0

*

60.0

*

100.0

60.0

Hispanic

33.3

33.3

26.1

15.2

94.7

48.6

Students with Disabilities

White (not of Hispanic origin)

84.8

85.4

73.5

69.3

96.6

76.1

Migrant

--

Students with Disabilities

29.2

29.2

33.3

8.3

96.3

47.5

Limited English Proficient

< 5.0

10.5

12.5

15.8

90.9

52.2

Economically Disadvantaged

58.5

54.4

44.6

32.1

92.5

52.6

All Students

77.5

78.5

67.7

62.8

96.5

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. For more information, contact the Oregon Department of Education at 503-947-5715.

% 75.0

100.0

84.2

--

% 100.0

100.0

100.0

--

% 100.0 100.0

76.9

--

SCIENCE

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

64.7

--

MATHEMATICS

Asian/Pacific Islander

85.7

--

STUDENT PARTICIPATION ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS

57.9

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

--- No data available

STUDENT GROUP

Asian/Pacific Islander

Corvallis High School (40)

* 14.3

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

MATHEMATICS

NOT MET %

*

Limited English Proficient

Improvement in Student Performance

MET %

66.7

Talented and Gifted

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 10 who either met or exceeded state standards or met their growth target in reading and mathematics for the last two years. Growth targets are set yearly for students up to grade 8 and are based on each studentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s performance in the previous school year. The table also shows two graduation rates for your school. The NCES graduation rate is defined as the number of graduates in 2008-2009 divided by the number of graduates and dropouts in 2008-2009. The Cohort Rate is defined as the percent of student who started high school in 2005-06 and graduated within four years.

EXCEEDED %

*

Female

2009-2010 Science - Grade 10

SCIENCE

NOT MET %

27.3

Migrant 2009-2010 Writing - Grade 10

MET %

*

Students with Disabilities

2008-09

EXCEEDED %

6.1

Male 61%

MATHEMATICS

NOT MET %

Hispanic Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

74%

MET %

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

-- No data available

Department of Education Notes

73.1 -- No data available For more information, please view documents at www.ode.state.or.us/data/reports/toc.aspx Corvallis High School (40) Print Date: 10/06/2010


Oregon State University

Oregon State is a leading research university located in one of the safest, smartest, greenest small cities in the nation. Situated 90 miles south of Portland, and an hour from the Cascades or the Pacific Coast, Corvallis is the perfect home base for exploring Oregon’s natural wonders. Oregon State University has always been a place with a purpose — making a positive difference in quality of life, natural resources and economic prosperity in Oregon and beyond. Through discovery, innovation and application, we are meeting challenges, solving problems and turning ideas into reality. Founded in 1868, Oregon State is the state’s Land Grant university and is one of only two universities in the U.S. to have Sea Grant, Space Grant and Sun Grant designations. Oregon State is also the only university in Oregon to have earned the Carnegie Foundation’s top designation, awarded to institutions with “very high research activity.” As Oregon’s largest public research university, with a record $275 million in external research funding in 2009-10, Oregon State’s impact reaches across the state and beyond. With 12 colleges, 15 Agricultural Experiment Stations, 35 county Extension offices, the Hatfield Marine Sciences Center in Newport and OSU-Cascades Campus in Bend, Oregon State has a presence in every one of Oregon’s 36 counties, with a statewide economic footprint of $1.5 billion. Oregon State welcomes a diverse student body of nearly 24,000 students from across Oregon, all 50 states and more than 100 countries. They can choose from more than 200 undergraduate and more than 80 graduate degree programs, including over 20 degrees offered online. Oregon State increasingly attracts high-achieving students, with nationally recognized programs in areas such as conservation biology, agricultural sciences, nuclear engineering, forestry, fisheries and wildlife management, community health, pharmacy and zoology. Oregon State also ranks high in sustainability, fourth among universities nationwide for using renewable energy and first in the Pac-10 Conference. And our students literally help power the university: 22 exercise machines at Dixon Recreation Center are connected to the grid. The 400-acre main campus in Corvallis includes a Historic District, making Oregon State one of only a handful of U.S. university campuses listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The district includes such icons as Weatherford Hall, the Memorial Union and Benton Hall, the oldest building on campus. Oregon State is located in Corvallis, a vibrant college town of 53,000 in the heart of Western Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Corvallis consistently ranks among the best and safest cities to live in the U.S., as well as among the most environmentally responsible. Information provided by Oregon State University.


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