Student Services

Contact Information

Office Address:

1306 12th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045

Mailing Address:

Oregon City School District
PO Box 2110
Oregon City, OR 97045


Tanja Bass

Records Secretary*

Melinda Langdon-Hamilton
p. 503.785.8400 ext. 7214
f. 503.657.2505 (preferred)

504 Records Secretary*

Tara Skinner
p. 503.785.7830 ext. 7927
f. 503.496.4000 (preferred)

*Please note record requests are fulfilled in the order received. All requests must be legible, in writing and be accompanied with a valid release of information or proof of educational right. Please include student’s name and date of birth.

Tax Exemption Information for Parents

See this link from the Oregon Department of Education

Identifying Children with Disabilities:

Oregon City School District is seeking assistance in locating children with disabilities (birth through age 21) who have not graduated from high school and currently are not attending nor receiving other special services from public schools.

Oregon and federal law mandate educational services for children with disabilities.  Oregon City School District provides educational programs and services for eligible children from kindergarten through high school.  Services provided are appropriate to each child's disability.  

Parents, guardians, or anyone who knows of a child (ages 5 through 21) with a disability currently not receiving educational services are asked to notify the special education contact person in the child's home school or contact the District's Student Services Department at (503) 785-8400.  

Annual Notice: English, Spanish, Russian

Records Requests:

Oregon Senate Bill 758 clarifies the timeliness in which special education records must be shared with families upon request. Records will be provided without undue delay and within no more than 10 calendar days. To ensure prompt delivery, please submit requests in writing directly to the Student Services Records Secretary, Melinda Langdon-Hamilton.

State Report Card:

Each year, the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) prepares a report card for every school and district in the state. These report cards include data on student testing performance, attendance and graduation rates, staffing, and other statistical information; they also provide both state and federal ratings of the schools and districts based on formulas that take various subsets of the data into account. Per state law, school districts must ensure that all parents have access to these report cards.

Included here are school report cards in both English and Spanish. You can also find these reports on ODE's website.

Restraint & Seclusion Reporting

Public entities with jurisdiction over public programs and receiving funds under Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and/or the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) will make available to its constituents an annual report detailing the use of physical restraint and seclusion for the previous school year.

Staff Resources:


Welcome to the Oregon City School District's Student Services, where we are dedicated to fostering a supportive and inclusive learning environment for all students. Our commitment to educational excellence extends beyond the classroom, and we take pride in providing comprehensive student services to meet the diverse needs of our community. Here you’ll find resources about special education services, including who we are, and who to ask with questions.

Moving to Oregon City?

Does your child have an IEP or 504 plan? Please review this document to ensure a continuity of services!

Services in Oregon City School District

Learn more about some of our Specialists and Programs