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67155 Sunburst St, Bend, OR 97701 Spectacular Retreat in the Heart of Central Oregon Stunning Cascade Mountain views! Timber peg construction, par 3 golf course 5 guest suites, master on the main level Theater, fitness & massage rooms Crestron smart system throughout Ballroom, sauna & elevator, 7880 SF

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PARCEL DETAILS Parcel ID: 1511320000200 Related Tax Accounts: 130955 Subdivision: PP2005-55 Lot / Block: PT PARCEL 1 + PT PARCEL 2 /

GENERAL INFORMATION Taxpayer Mailing: QUEEN,KAREEN K QUEEN,HENRY C 67155 SUNBURST ST BEND, OR 97701 Owners: (2)

Location: County: DESCHUTES, OREGON Map / Taxlot: 15113200 / 00200 Lat / Lon: 44.23194172 / -121.44034063 Situs Addresses:

QUEEN,HENRY C QUEEN,KAREEN K

67155 SUNBURST ST, BEND, 97701

ASSESSMENT SUMMARY Calculated Acres: Assessed Acres: RM Land: RM Impr: RM Total: Total AV: Taxes:

9.70 (422,516 sf) 9.68 (421,661 sf) $311,720 $574,360 $886,080 $597,730 --

Zoning: MUA10 - COUNTY - MULTI USE AGRICULTURAL

Land Use: 401 - TRACT LAND - IMPROVED

Improvement Totals: SqFt: 7611 Bedrooms: 6

Full Baths: 5.0

Half Baths: 1

IMPROVEMENTS Code 153

Description

SqFt

Year Built

RESIDENCE: Two Story

7611

2007

Beds Baths (F/H) Floor Types 6

5.0 / 1

2

RECENT TRANSACTIONS Date 03/21/2006 07/27/2005

Ref # 2006-20720 2005-52276

Type

Price Seller Buyer $390,000 ANDERSON LAND & DEVELOPMEN QUEEN, HENRY C & KAREEN K $390,000 ** VANDELDEN,GARY ETUX ANDERSON LAND & DEVELOPMEN

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Map/TL: R 6-012 151132 00 00200

QUEEN,HENRY C QUEEN,KAREEN K QUEEN, HENRY C & KAREEN K 67155 SUNBURST ST BEND OR 97701 Site Address: 67155 SUNBURST ST

BEND 97701

Assessor Property Description PP2005-55 Lot: PT PARCEL 1 + PT PARCEL 2 Block: Prop Cls:401 MA:6 VA:17 NH 000 Vol-Page: 2006-20720 Asmt Zone:MUA CDD Zone:MUA10 (MULTIPLE USE AGRICULTURAL 10 ACRE MINIMUM) ***

Land Values Asmt type RURAL TRACT LE SD *Total

*** Acres 9.68 9.68

***

Improvement Values *** FB BLT %GD 153 2007 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Room Grid for 153

Total SqFt: 7611 - - - - - - - R O O M S - - - - - - LR K DR FAM BD BATH OTH FP UTL Sq Ft: 4776 1st Fl 1 1 1 1 2\1 2 3 2835 2nd Fl 1 5 3 1298 Garage

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

***** Values shown below are as of the Assessment Date, January 1 of each year *****

***

--------2011-------Total Taxable RMV A.V. LND: 311,720 IMP: 574,360 TOT: 886,080 597,730 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - R 6012 151132-00-00200

130955

--------2010----------------2009-------Total Taxable Total Taxable RMV A.V. RMV A.V. 330,420 505,770 598,290 808,500 928,710 580,330 1,314,270 563,430 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Prop Class Maint Area Asmt Zone

401 6 MUA

Value Area Neighborhood

17 000

QUEEN, HENRY C & KAREEN K 67155 SUNBURST ST 67155 SUNBURST ST BEND, OR 97701 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * * *

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Sq Ft: 4776 2835 1298 Factor Book: 153 * * *

- - - - - - - R O O M S - - - - - - LR K DR FAM BD BATH OTH FP UTL 1st Fl 1 1 1 1 2\1 2 3 2nd Fl 1 5 3 Garage

Year Built: 2007 I N T E R I O R

C O M P O N E N T S

* * *

Qty/ Qty/ Description-----------------------Area Description-----------------------Area DRYWALL 1 LOG 1 BEAMED CEILING 1 HEAT PUMP 4776 VAULTED CEILING 1 RECESSED LIGHTING 1 BAR SINK 3 KITCHEN SINK 1 CT EXH GRILL/S. OVEN/DW/GD/MW 1 TOILET 5 LAVATORY 6 BATHTUB 1 SHOWER WDOOR, TILE 4 JET TUB 1 HALF BATH 1 BACKED FIREPLACE 1 RAISED HEARTH 1 WD EXT CHMNY 2 STORY 4776 GAS FIREPLACE 1 FOUNDATION - CONCRETE 4776 ROOF - GABLE 1 ROOF CVR - COMP HEAVY 4776 WINDOWS - DOUBLE/THERMAL PANE 1 WINDOWS - WOOD 1 SIDING - BOARD & BAT 1 AUTOMATIC DOOR OPENER 3 HEAT PUMP 1418 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - * * *

O T H E R

Factor Book: 153

I M P R O V E M E N T

C O M P O N E N T S

* * *

Year Built: 2007

Qty/ Qty/ Description-----------------------Area Description-----------------------Area 7611 PUMP HOUSE 84 DECKS-GOOD 645 PAVERS 2000 ROOF EXT. GOOD 320 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

AT/Class RURAL TRACT LE SD

A

Desc Adj Factor#1 9.68

Adj Factor#2

Adj Factor#3

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T A X

P A Y M E N T S

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2011 Balance Due 5,147.09 Trn Date Btch 11-14-11 0117

Adval Tax 7,720.64 Received -2,573.55

Int/Disc Jrnl 0.00

Rcpt# Description 121689

2010 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-04-10 2010

Adval Tax 7,782.40 Received -7,548.93

Int/Disc Jrnl -233.47

Rcpt# Description 102871

2009 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-30-09 3009 05-06-10 2010

Adval Tax 7,530.00 Received -7,304.10 -259.37

Int/Disc Jrnl 33.47 0.00

Rcpt# Description 952340 CK DATED 11-19-09 NO 984514

2008 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 10-15-08 1508

Adval Tax 4,609.85 Received -4,471.55

Int/Disc Jrnl -138.30

Rcpt# Description 700597

2007 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-05-07 5077

Adval Tax 2,367.54 Received -2,296.51

Int/Disc Jrnl -71.03

Rcpt# Description 581736

2006 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-15-06 4068

Adval Tax 2,205.70 Received -2,139.53

Int/Disc Jrnl -66.17

Rcpt# Description 448874

2005 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 10-14-05 4052 10-19-05 0503

Adval Tax 1,141.51 Received -1,200.37 93.11

Int/Disc Jrnl -34.25 0.00

Rcpt# Description 263188 05-06 PLAT PREPAY 264348

2004 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 02-10-05 1005

Adval Tax 1,110.00 Received -370.00

Int/Disc Jrnl 0.00

Rcpt# Description 231915

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05-13-05 1305 11-05-04 0504

-370.00 -370.00

0.00 0.00

2003 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 02-23-04 2304 05-07-04 0704 11-12-03 1203

Adval Tax 1,037.04 Received -345.68 -345.68 -345.68

Int/Disc Jrnl 0.00 0.00 0.00

2002 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-08-02 7445 02-11-03 7674 05-12-03 7802

Adval Tax 1,011.11 Received -337.04 -337.03 -337.04

Int/Disc 0.00 0.00 0.00

Jrnl Rcpt# Description C 90 1273685 C 90 1333318 C 90 1345360

2001 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-05-01 6754 02-05-02 6982 05-03-02 7154

Adval Tax 998.57 Received -332.86 -332.85 -332.86

Int/Disc 0.00 0.00 0.00

Jrnl Rcpt# Description C 90 1160066 C 90 1225723 C 90 1237941

2000 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 10-27-00 6097 02-12-01 6331 04-30-01 6459

Adval Tax 829.74 Received -276.58 -276.58 -276.58

Int/Disc 0.00 0.00 0.00

Jrnl Rcpt# Description C 90 1053464 C 90 1124465 C 90 1133262

1999 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-09-99 5578

Adval Tax 791.03 Received -767.30

Int/Disc Jrnl Rcpt# -23.73 C 90 965608

Description

1998 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 11-09-98 5108 02-15-99 5268 05-15-99 5387

Adval Tax 778.46 Received -259.49 -259.48 -259.49

Int/Disc 0.00 0.00 0.00

Jrnl Rcpt# C 90 870847 C 90 930318 C 90 942005

Description

1997 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 12-15-97 4571 02-15-98 4703 05-22-98 4860 06-12-98 4895

Adval Tax 772.27 Received -257.42 -257.43 -257.42 -3.43

Int/Disc 0.00 0.00 3.38 0.05

Jrnl C 90 C 90 L 90 L 90

Rcpt# 801736 827128 845176 847199

Description

1996 Balance Due 0.00 Trn Date Btch 12-10-96 4126 02-15-97 4210 05-05-97 4325

Adval Tax 866.14 Received -288.71 -292.67 -288.71

Int/Disc 3.80 0.15 0.00

Jrnl Rcpt# L 90 720898 L 90 732771 C 90 739353

Description

Pre-Payments Received But Not Posted: Trn Date Reason Amount Rcpt# 07-20-05 ADVA 1,200.37

251777 157246

Rcpt# Description 107439 118677 36550

Description/Payor GENE SNIPPEN

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LOCATOR MAP Sisters School 69725 LAKE DR. District

Sisters High School

Sisters Middle School

Sisters Elementary School

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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 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 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 70% in English/Language Arts and in Mathematics. Student Participation is expected to be 95% or greater. The statewide goal for the minimum graduation rate is 65%. 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

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

Hispanic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

White (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

NA

Limited English Proficient

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

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

2010-2011 School Report Card

Sisters Elementary School

Dear Parents and Community Members,

October 6, 2011

The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the 13th annual Oregon School Report Card. 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," based on a number of factors including student test results, participation, and academic growth. While these ratings cannot tell you everything about your school, they are a good starting point for talking about our successes and our 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: OUTSTANDING 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

319

2009-2010

93.4%

93.3%

94.3%

2010-2011

94.4%

94.4%

94.7%

School

State

0

266

School

State

99.8%

98.7%

2.7%

Expulsions Staffing

LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT

School

Administrators (FTE)

1.0

Teachers (FTE)

18.4

Average Years of Experience

16.8

With a Master's Degree or Higher

60.7%

With Emergency or Provisional Credential

0.0%

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

Print Date: 10/06/2011

Testing Participation Participation in 2010-2011 Statewide Assessments Department of Education Notes

0.0% 5.6

Other Staff (FTE)

6.4 Number of Classes in School

School

State

Fewer than 20 Students

5

29.4%

15.2%

20-25 Students

12

70.6%

43.4%

26-30 Students

0

0.0%

35.2%

More Than 30 Students

0

0.0%

6.2%

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

Number of Expulsions Due to Weapons

100%

Educational Assistants (FTE)

Elementary Class Size

Sisters Elementary School (264)

Outstanding

-- No data available

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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 90%

Comparison Schools 91%

District 91%

89%

State

School 94%

91%

86%

Comparison Schools

District

State

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 11 that exceeded, met, or did not meet state standards and participated in 2010-2011 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

80%

69%

80%

65%

2010-2011 Reading - Grade 3, 4

2010-2011 2009-10 2010-11 2009-2010 Standards 2010-2011 Standards Mathematics - Grade 3, 4

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

NOT MET %

--

--

*

*

*

*

66.7

16.7

16.7

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

Hispanic

40.0

50.0

10.0

30.0

50.0

20.0

--

--

--

White (not of Hispanic origin)

62.9

26.5

10.6

51.5

27.3

21.2

--

--

--

*

*

*

*

*

*

--

--

--

56.3

26.8

16.9

57.7

16.9

25.4

--

--

--

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

44.2

38.4

17.4

--

--

--

*

*

*

*

*

*

--

--

--

14.3

33.3

52.4

23.8

9.5

66.7

--

--

--

* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

--

--

--

--

--

--

Economically Disadvantaged

45.3

37.5

17.2

37.5

25.0

37.5

--

--

--

All Students

62.4

27.4

10.2

50.3

28.7

21.0

--

--

--

Migrant Limited English Proficient

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

READING

MATHEMATICS

2010-2011

2009-2010

2010-2011

%

%

%

%

*

*

*

*

*

83.3

--- No data available

STUDENT GROUP

STUDENT PARTICIPATION ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS

MATHEMATICS

SCIENCE

%

%

%

100.0

100.0

--

100.0

100.0

--

--

--

--

Hispanic

100.0

100.0

--

White (not of Hispanic origin)

100.0

100.0

--

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

100.0

100.0

--

Male

100.0

100.0

--

Female

100.0

100.0

--

Talented and Gifted

100.0

100.0

--

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native Asian/Pacific Islander

2009-2010

> 95.0

MET %

< 5.0

Female

Improvement in Student Performance

> 95.0

EXCEEDED %

*

Male

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 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 high school or students who did not test in the previous year.

Asian/Pacific Islander

SCIENCE

NOT MET %

> 95.0

Students with Disabilities

American Indian/Alaskan Native

MET %

*

Talented and Gifted

STUDENT GROUP

EXCEEDED %

> 95.0

Asian/Pacific Islander

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

Not Not Tested Tested -2010-2011 2009-10 Science - Grade No Benchmark Grades

MATHEMATICS

NOT MET %

--

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

2009-10

MET %

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

--

--

--

--

Hispanic

90.0

> 95.0

90.0

90.0

Students with Disabilities

100.0

100.0

--

White (not of Hispanic origin)

92.5

91.4

92.5

81.3

Migrant

100.0

100.0

--

Limited English Proficient

100.0

100.0

--

Economically Disadvantaged

100.0

100.0

--

All Students

100.0

100.0

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

*

*

*

*

Students with Disabilities

73.1

60.0

69.2

50.0

Limited English Proficient

*

*

*

*

Economically Disadvantaged

86.2

86.9

84.5

68.9

All Students

92.2

92.2

92.2

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. For more information, contact the Oregon Department of Education at 503-947-5715. Sisters Elementary School (264)

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

--- No data available

Department of Education Notes

83.0 -- No data available For more information, please view documents at www.ode.state.or.us/data/reports/toc.aspx Sisters Elementary School (264) Print Date: 10/06/2011


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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 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 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 70% in English/Language Arts and in Mathematics. Student Participation is expected to be 95% or greater. The statewide goal for the minimum graduation rate is 65%. 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

ATTENDANCE

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

Hispanic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

White (not of Hispanic origin)

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Students with Disabilities

MET

NOT MET

MET

MET

MET

Limited English Proficient

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

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

2010-2011 School Report Card

Sisters Middle School

Dear Parents and Community Members,

October 6, 2011

The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the 13th annual Oregon School Report Card. 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," based on a number of factors including student test results, participation, and academic growth. While these ratings cannot tell you everything about your school, they are a good starting point for talking about our successes and our 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

Oregon Report Card Overall Rating: OUTSTANDING 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

408

2009-2010

93.7%

94.1%

94.3%

2010-2011

94.2%

94.0%

94.7%

School

State

0

266

School

State

99.8%

98.7%

0.7%

Expulsions Staffing

LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT

School

Administrators (FTE)

1.0

Teachers (FTE)

19.1

Average Years of Experience

Number of Expulsions Due to Weapons

Testing Participation Participation in 2010-2011 Statewide Assessments

12.2 Department of Education Notes

With a Master's Degree or Higher

59.7%

With Emergency or Provisional Credential

5.3%

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

99.1% 0.9%

Educational Assistants (FTE)

5.1

Other Staff (FTE)

10.9

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

Sisters Middle School (1293)

Print Date: 10/06/2011

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 90%

2009-10

Comparison Schools 89%

District 89%

84%

State

School

2010-2011 Reading - Grade 5, 6, 7, 8

District

State

90%

88%

79%

Comparison Schools 73%

72%

68%

61%

2010-2011 2009-10 2010-11 2009-2010 Standards 2010-2011 Standards Mathematics - Grade 5, 6, 7, 8 92%

92%

82%

91% 74%

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 11 that exceeded, met, or did not meet state standards and participated in 2010-2011 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 %

American Indian/Alaskan Native

57.1

28.6

14.3

42.9

28.6

28.6

*

*

*

Asian/Pacific Islander

30.8

53.8

15.4

30.8

38.5

30.8

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

READING

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

MATHEMATICS

2009-2010

2010-2011

2009-2010

2010-2011

%

%

%

%

*

85.7

*

85.7

88.9

84.6

> 95.0

69.2

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

37.5

37.5

25.0

12.5

62.5

0.0

50.0

50.0

White (not of Hispanic origin)

45.0

44.7

10.4

30.3

42.1

27.7

36.7

54.2

9.0

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

37.5

50.0

12.5

18.8

56.3

25.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

Male

40.0

44.8

15.2

29.0

41.0

30.0

38.5

51.9

9.6

Female

47.7

44.0

8.3

31.1

40.9

28.0

31.4

56.9

11.8

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

7.0

42.1

50.9

5.3

17.5

77.2

15.4

46.2

38.5

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* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

* *

Economically Disadvantaged

31.5

48.5

20.0

22.3

34.6

43.1

31.3

45.3

23.4

All Students

43.7

44.4

11.9

30.0

40.9

29.0

35.0

54.4

10.7

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

100.0

100.0

100.0

White (not of Hispanic origin)

100.0

100.0

100.0

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

100.0

100.0

100.0

Male

100.0

100.0

100.0

Female

100.0

100.0

100.0

Talented and Gifted

100.0

100.0

100.0

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

*

*

*

*

Hispanic

72.7

66.7

90.9

66.7

Students with Disabilities

100.0

100.0

100.0

White (not of Hispanic origin)

90.9

92.5

87.6

79.0

Migrant

100.0

100.0

100.0

Limited English Proficient

100.0

100.0

100.0

Economically Disadvantaged

100.0

100.0

100.0

All Students

100.0

100.0

100.0

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

83.3

86.7

> 95.0

80.0

Students with Disabilities

69.1

64.3

61.8

50.0

Limited English Proficient

50.0

62.5

> 95.0

50.0

Economically Disadvantaged

79.1

85.8

77.4

67.7

All Students

90.3

90.7

88.3

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. For more information, contact the Oregon Department of Education at 503-947-5715. Sisters Middle School (1293)

NOT MET %

*

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

Improvement in Student Performance

MET %

25.0

Limited English Proficient

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 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 high school or students who did not test in the previous year.

EXCEEDED %

Hispanic

Migrant 2010-2011 Science - Grade 5, 8

SCIENCE

MET %

Students with Disabilities

2009-10

MATHEMATICS

EXCEEDED %

Race/Ethnicity

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

-- No data available

Department of Education Notes

78.4 -- No data available For more information, please view documents at www.ode.state.or.us/data/reports/toc.aspx Sisters Middle School (1293) Print Date: 10/06/2011


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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 2009-2010 and 2010-2011 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 70% in English/Language Arts and in Mathematics. Student Participation is expected to be 95% or greater. The statewide goal for the minimum graduation rate is 65%. 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

Hispanic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

White (not of Hispanic origin)

MET

MET

MET

MET

MET

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Students with Disabilities

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

Limited English Proficient

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

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

2010-2011 School Report Card

Sisters High School

Dear Parents and Community Members,

October 6, 2011

The Oregon Department of Education is proud to issue the 13th annual Oregon School Report Card. 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," based on a number of factors including student test results, participation, and academic growth. While these ratings cannot tell you everything about your school, they are a good starting point for talking about our successes and our 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: OUTSTANDING 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

503

2009-2010

93.0%

93.5%

91.1%

2010-2011

92.6%

92.6%

91.5%

School

State

0

266

School

State

99.8%

98.7%

School

State

0.8%

Expulsions Staffing

LOCAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY YOUR SCHOOL OR DISTRICT

School

Administrators (FTE)

1.0

Teachers (FTE)

30.1

Average Years of Experience

13.4

Testing Participation Participation in 2010-2011 Statewide Assessments

56.9%

With Emergency or Provisional Credential

8.3%

2005-2006 Four-Year Cohort Rate

86.1%

66.2%

94.9%

2005-2006 Five-Year Cohort Rate

87.2%

69.1%

2006-2007 Four-Year Cohort Rate

87.5%

66.4%

5.1%

Educational Assistants (FTE)

4.9

Other Staff (FTE)

12.0

SAT Scores

School

State

Nation

Critical Reading

549

520

497

Math

527

521

514

Writing

535

499

489

Percentage Tested

57%

56%

50%

Number Tested 73 * Not displayed to protect student confidentiality. Print Date: 10/06/2011

Number of Expulsions Due to Weapons

With a Master's Degree or Higher 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

Sisters High School (1294)

Outstanding

Cohort Graduation Rates

Dropout

Number

School

District

State

2008-2009

2

0.4%

2.7%

3.4%

2009-2010

7

1.4%

1.9%

3.4%

Department of Education Notes

18,754 1,647,123 -- 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 83%

Comparison Schools 92%

90%

District 90%

State

School

Comparison Schools

District

State

84%

78%

2010-2011 Reading - Grade 11

81%

81%

81%

58%

2009-10

81%

78%

78%

70%

81%

77%

70%

81%

81%

2009-10

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

MATHEMATICS

GRADUATION

2010-2011

2009-2010

2010-2011

2005-2006

2005-2006

2006-2007

%

%

%

%

4-Year Rate

5-Year Rate

4-Year Rate

*

*

*

*

100.0

100.0

--

*

NOT MET %

EXCEEDED %

MET %

NOT MET %

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

* * *

Hispanic

0.0

42.9

57.1

14.3

28.6

57.1

14.3

57.1

28.6

White (not of Hispanic origin)

33.3

58.8

7.9

26.3

50.9

22.8

38.6

42.1

19.3

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

38.4

47.9

13.7

28.8

50.7

20.5

49.3

39.7

11.0 28.1

Asian/Pacific Islander

24.6

70.2

5.3

24.6

47.4

28.1

24.6

47.4

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

> 95.0

> 95.0

< 5.0

72.2

22.2

5.6

0.0

37.5

62.5

12.5

0.0

87.5

12.5

37.5

50.0

Migrant

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

--

Limited English Proficient

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

*

Economically Disadvantaged

8.7

60.9

30.4

13.0

43.5

43.5

13.0

56.5

30.4

All Students

32.3

57.7

10.0

26.9

49.2

23.8

38.5

43.1

18.5

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

2009-2010

*

MET %

Talented and Gifted

Improvement in Student Performance

Asian/Pacific Islander

EXCEEDED %

Female

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and HS 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 cohort graduation rates for your school. Cohort Rates are defined as the percent of student who started high school in the given school year, such as 2005-06, and graduated within four or five years.

American Indian/Alaskan Native

NOT MET %

Male

2010-2011 Science - Grade 11

83.3

*

66.7

66.7

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

100.0

100.0

100.0

White (not of Hispanic origin)

100.0

100.0

100.0

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

100.0

100.0

100.0

Male

100.0

100.0

100.0

Female

100.0

100.0

100.0

Talented and Gifted

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

--

--

--

Limited English Proficient

100.0

100.0

100.0

Economically Disadvantaged

100.0

100.0

100.0

All Students

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

Hispanic

33.3

42.9

16.7

42.9

85.7

85.7

75.0

Students with Disabilities

White (not of Hispanic origin)

85.0

92.0

54.3

78.8

86.3

87.6

89.1

Migrant

*

*

100.0

100.0

--

Students with Disabilities

45.5

37.5

18.2

25.0

61.1

73.3

61.5

Limited English Proficient

*

*

*

*

--

--

--

Economically Disadvantaged

72.4

68.2

51.7

59.1

83.3

86.2

83.3

All Students

82.8

89.9

54.1

77.5

86.1

87.2

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

SCIENCE

%

*

*

MATHEMATICS

100.0

Race/Ethnicity American Indian/Alaskan Native

*

*

STUDENT PARTICIPATION ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS

*

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

--- No data available

STUDENT GROUP

*

Sisters High School (1294)

SCIENCE

MET %

Multi-Racial/Multi-Ethnic

71%

MATHEMATICS

EXCEEDED %

Race/Ethnicity

Students with Disabilities

2010-2011 Writing - Grade 11

STUDENT GROUP

ENGLISH/ LANGUAGE ARTS

Black (not of Hispanic origin)

2010-2011 2009-10 2010-11 2009-2010 Standards 2010-2011 Standards Mathematics - Grade 11

READING

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

STUDENT GROUP

American Indian/Alaskan Native 54%

2009-10

The table below shows the percentage of students in your school in grades 3-8 and 11 that exceeded, met, or did not meet state standards and participated in 2010-2011 Oregon Statewide Assessments. For more information, see http://www.ode.state.or.us/data/schoolanddistrict/testresults/reporting/pagrsurpressed.aspx

* Not displayed to protect student confidentiality.

-- No data available

Department of Education Notes

87.5 -- No data available For more information, please view documents at www.ode.state.or.us/data/reports/toc.aspx Sisters High School (1294) Print Date: 10/06/2011


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Sisters is proud of its reputation as an arts community and is home to a vast number of incredibly talented individuals. 12 unique galleries featuring clay work, sculpture, photography, paintings, jewelry, fiber art and much more can be found throughout Sisters. (Click here for a downloadable Sisters Country Gallery Guide).

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View complete event calendar » Concerts featuring every genre of music highlight Sisters' calendar of events throughout the year. And don't miss the Sisters Movie House, showing first run films throughout the year. The Sisters School Foundation created the Sisters Starry Nights Concert Series to help close the gap in funding left by severe budget cuts in 1996 that threatened valuable programs at the Sisters schools. Its first fundraising event was the Sisters Starry Nights concert series, which debuted in 1997 and is now in its ninth year. Among the acclaimed musicians who traveled to Sisters to participate in the Starry Nights are: Lyle Lovett, Kenny Loggins, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Michael McDonald, Deana Carter, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, John Hiatt, Kim Carnes, T. Graham Brown, David Wilcox, Karla Bonoff, J.D. Souther, Kenny Rankin, Nicolette Larson, Stephen Bishop, Mark Collie, Jeff Hanna, Matraca Berg, Greg Barnhill, Gary Morris, LeeAnn Womack, Christopher Cross, Hal Ketchum, and Kathy Mattea. And comedians Mack and Jamie, Wayne Cotter, Michael Davis, Don McMillan, Kevin Meaney. The Sisters Starry Nights Concert Series generally takes place in the late winter/early spring.

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The Americana Project at Sisters schools teaches kids to appreciate, learn and perform music and create art. The My Own Two Hands celebration in March features musical performances, and art auction and displays throughout Sisters to help raise funds for the Americana Project activities. Sisters also hosts the Sisters Folk Festival every September. Thousands of fans from around the country venture to Sisters to hear local, regional, and nationally known performers. Americana, folk and blues can be heard throughout Sisters at various venues. The Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show, the largest outdoor quilt show in the world happens the second Saturday July every year throughout the Sisters Country. Mark your calendars!

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The Sisters Country has it all! Golf, camping, hiking, biking, horseback riding trails, water activities and even a Frisbee Disc Golf Course! Scroll down to find your awaiting adventure and click through to get maps and information on all of the best trails - enjoy! Don't forget to download the Day Use Area Guide (PDF) with tips and tricks to having the best experience in our backyard; The Deschutes National Forest. Golf: The Sisters Country has several fantastic golf courses for participants of every skill level. You'll find our Central Oregon Golf Courses provide some of the most pristine scenery and vistas anywhere, with cool crisp mountain air, and better than 300 sunshiny days each year. Click here for your chance to hit the links >> Whitewater Rafting: Whether you're in for a half-day experience or a full-day experience out on the river - the rafting guides in Sisters Country can ensure you have an amazing adventure. Great views, crystal blue water, and a heart-pumping adventure!

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The reputation of Sisters, Oregon as a ranch hub comes honestly. It's the ranch nostalgia with the suggestion of a less-complicated life, closer to the land. Ranches still encircle the town with elk, llamas, cattle and horses. --Sunset Weekend Getaways more »

Click here for your whitewater needs >> Backpacking: Looking to really get away from civilization? The Sisters Country is where you find so many trail-heads lead off in to Central Oregon. Places of crisp clean air, peace, quiet and majestic mountain beauty. Click for backpacking trails to get away from it all » Camping: There are camping choices from wilderness sites, managed campgrounds to pampered RV sites available in the Sisters Country. Click for the Deschutes National Forest Campground & Resort Directory. Click for a list of RV Parks in the Sisters Country »

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Hiking: Almost every trail in the Sisters area is a scenic marvel. Charming alpine meadows and pristine lakes dot the landscape. In early summer, beautiful wildflowers display a palette of nature's color. Enjoy vistas undreamed of, just minutes from town.

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Choose from true wilderness trails to more sedate jaunts around Suttle Lake or along the Metolius River. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Horse and llama pack trips can also be arranged.

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home/business here/real estate/... Housing Much of Sisters in-town housing is within walking distance of stores and restaurants and provides diverse options for families and retirees. The in-towm housing stock consists of an eclectic mix of older homes and redeveloping lots, apartments and townhomes, new urban villages, and traditional subdivisions with single-family homes. Home prices are affordable. Median home price (residential on less than an acre): $367,450 Average monthy rent (3 bedroom/2 bath home): $1000 Owner vs. Renter Occupied Housing units: 58.4% to 41.6% Industrial Properties The 55 acre Sisters Industrial Park hosts many small manufacturing companies in a traditional industrial setting with typical one-acre parcels. Two new business parks which occupy 60 acres of land zoned for campus style light industrial uses are located just to the north.

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Ski Area Whether you prefer the deep and challenging powder of Hoodoo's backside or the finely groomed runs of the front side, the majesty of Hoodoo's location and fun of Hoodoo's night skiing will bring you back again and again. Even if you don't ski we have plenty to do for everyone including the very popular Autobahn Tube Hill. The closest ski area to Salem and the mid-Willamette Valley, Hoodoo also draws skiers from Central Oregon who find Hoodoo cheaper, deeper and steeper. The ski slopes are on a big, rounded butte, with lots of wide open terrain. Reservations Info (541) 822-3799 Snow Report (541) 822-DEEP (3337) Corporate Office (541) 434-8114 Website http://www.hoodoo.com Email brynne@hoodoo.com Physical Address Hwy 20 Box 20 Sisters, Oregon 97759

About the Mountain Lifts - 3 quad, 1 triple, 1 double, 2 surface, 1 carousel Top Lift Elevation - 5,703 ft Base Lodge Elevation - 4,668 ft Bottom Lift Elevation - 4,668ft Vertical Drop - 1,035 ft Acres Of Terrain - 800 acres Number Of Runs - 32 Maximum Run Length - 3 miles Beginner Runs - 30% Intermediate Runs - 30% Expert Runs - 40% Avg Annual Snowbase - 10 - 15 ft Avg Annual Snowfall - 450 inches Night Skiing - 1


IMPORTANT NUMBERS Cable Company Bend Cable Communications

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549-0251

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549-6022 549-6022 549-6022 549-2302

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388-6601 549-2921

The Nugget Newspaper The Bulletin Cascade Business News The Source Weekly Picture Your Home Homes & Land

549-9941 382-1811 388-5665 383-0800 385-5808 383-2834

Bend Memorial Clinic in Sisters High Lakes Health Care St. Charles Medical Center

549-0303 549-9609 382-4321

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Central Electric Co-op City of Sisters

800-244-1111 800-244-1111 317-0200 549-5698 549-6022

Central Oregon Offices Bend, Downtown 15 NW Oregon Ave 389-7711 Bend, South 345 SE Third 389-9176 Bend, Old Mill 354 SW Upper Terrace Dr. Suite 104 749-4040 Madras 745 SW 5th 475-4885 Prineville 150 NE Court 447-5181 Redmond 735 SW Sixth 923-1749 Sisters 220 S. Pine St Suite 101 549-8089 Sunriver Sunriver Village Mall 593-1613


67155 Sunburst St  

A detailed description of the home located at 67155 Sunburst St

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