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The Powers School District will be building a college and career readiness center and snack bar thanks to GEAR UP and The Ford Family Foundation.
GEAR UP educators gathered for a three-day professional development and planning retreat in Central Oregon.
Saving for postsecondary education and training is more important than ever. A variety of options are available to save for college, including matched savings accounts for low-income students.
A native of Powers (population 674), Superintendent/Principal (and avid fly fisherman) Matt Shorb wants all students in his district to see college as an expectation like he did.
Awareness and exploration of college and careers starts in elementary school by helping students dream big and set goals.
Success Story: Samantha Raines header image
A graduate of Taft High School in Lincoln City, Samantha Raines is following her dreams at Oregon State University.
541Radio.com: Inside Douglas County - South Umpqua School District header image
A radio interview with South Umpqua School District Superintendent Steve Kelley and teacher/GEAR UP coordinator Kristy Westbrooks.
Promising Practice: Academic Support for All Students, All the Time header image
GEAR UP schools are providing academic support during the school day and beyond to help students succeed.
Educator Spotlight: Vicky Roller header image
Counselor, coordinator, coach - Vicky Roller does it all (although not actually driving the bus to college campus visits!) at Taft 7-12 School in Lincoln City.

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