| News Release
|The following is a news release from the Oregon Teacher Standards and Commission. If there are more details that we can provide for you, please feel free to contact us (see Contact Us).
| TSPC will meet January 26-27, 2006
||Released: Tuesday, January 17, 2006 at 5:00 PM
The Teacher Standards and Practices Commission meeting on January 26-27, 2006, is hosted by Concordia University, College of Education, at the Columbia Edgewater Country Club, 2220 NE Marine Drive, Portland OR 97211 in their Firehouse Room. The Executive Committee will meet on Wednesday, January 25, from 4:00-7:00 p.m. at the Courtyard by Marriott Portland North Harbour, 1231 North Anchor Way at Marine Drive, Portland in their conference room. If necessary, they will also meet on Thursday and Friday morning at Columbia Edgewater Country Club in the Library Room. The full Commission will convene on Thursday, January 26, at 8:00 a.m. to consider the usual Commission agenda items. On Friday, January 27th, the meeting will reconvene at 8:00 a.m. in executive session (non-public) to consider disciplinary cases.
Business will include:
• Announcement of new standing committee chair and appointments;
• University of Portland Site Visit Report
• Southern Oregon University's Initial and Continuing Administrator Licensure Programs
• Northwest Christian College Site Visit Report
• Cultural Competency Standards
• George Fox University - K-12 Music Education Program Approval
• Charter School Signatures on PEER Forms and Renewals
• Waivers for Conditional Assignment Permits and Amendments to Rules
• Licensure of Human Resource Professionals
• Forfeiture Letters Reports
• Consideration of Administrative Rule adoptions, amendments or repeal
• Disciplinary Cases
• Cultural Competency Discussion and Next Steps
• OFATE Report
• HOUSSE Standards
• Action Plan to Review School Counselors and School Psychologist Licenses
The agenda contains the entire list of topics to be considered. You may subscribe for free email notification of future meetings by creating your own Online Services Account. You may also review the agenda and materials from past meetings on our Web site.
DIRECTIONS TO COLUMBIA EDGEWATER COUNTRY CLUB (taken from their Web site)
If you're anywhere South of the Columbia, get on the I-5 freeway and point yourself north toward the Interstate Bridge and Washington. Just before you get to the bridge, take Marine Drive eastbound exit 307. At the fork at the end of the straight, go right around the sweeping turn to the stop sign. Turn left there, under Highway 99E. At the stop, go straight then bear right (east) onto Marine Drive. Follow Marine Drive east until you see Columbia Edgewater on your right (about 2 1/2 miles). If traffic's bad, forget the freeway and come north on NE 33rd then turn left onto Marine Drive westbound. We're a few hundred yards down on your left. Simple as that.
If you're in Vancouver, get on I-5 headed south and come across the Interstate bridge. As you come off on the Oregon side, follow exit 307 signs for NE Marine Drive eastbound. Proceed down Marine Drive until the golf course appears on your right.
If you're east of the city, come toward town on I-84. Take the NE 181st exit 13 and go north on 181st to NE Sandy. Turn left there and proceed westbound down Sandy to NE 122nd. Just before the intersection, watch for the sign for 122nd northbound (a left turn and circle off Sandy). Go north on NE 122nd to NE Marine Drive. Turn left and drive west approximately 6 miles. Course will be on your left. Closer in, you can take NE Columbia or NE Lombard to NE 33rd, turn north on 33rd and proceed to NE Marine Drive. Turn left and drive a few hundred yards west. You're there.
If you're west, probably the best approach is to take Highway 26 into town and through the Vista Ridge tunnel. Then follow the signs for I-5 northbound. Once on I-5, follow the "from the south" instructions, above. Piece of cake.
Columbia Edgewater Country Club
2220 NE Marine Drive
Portland, OR 97211
| ||Archived: January 28, 2006 [MH:253-1]|| |