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Water Quality Testing
In June, in response to concerns raised around the United States about the possibility of lead in school drinking water, the Junction City School District conducted voluntary random water quality samples in each of our buildings. At that time, none of the samples indicated lead levels above the established acceptable threshold and in fact, the majority of the samples had no detectable levels. 

In late August and early September, the District conducted further testing of every water source in the District that might serve as a source of drinking water or water used in food preparation.  Samples were collected from over 321 possible drinking water sources and were sent to a professional lab for analysis.  Of the total samples tested, 81 were found to have levels of lead above the acceptable limit established by the Environmental Testing Agency (EPA).   A summary document listing the locations of each of those water sources can be found here.  Water sources found to have levels of lead above the acceptable limit are highlighted in yellow.  Laurel Elementary, Oaklea Middle, Junction City High School, Territorial Elementary.

Anywhere elevated lead levels have been found in the District, our Facilities Department will:


Immediately ensure that water source is taken off-line and identify alternate locations where safe drinking water is available.
* Identify and eliminate the source of the lead.
* Retest the water to insure it is safe for our students, staff, and visitors.

For Junction City School District
Open Enrollment Openings and Application
Questions about the Junction City Schools or Open Enrollment?
The district accepts applications for Open Enrollment of out-of-district students from March 1st through April 3. 

School, Bus and Food Services Information can be found HERE.
District Student Handbook

Internet Acceptable Use Policy

Junction City District Title IA Schools:
Targeted Assistance:  Oaklea Middle School
School-Wide Program:  Laurel Elementary
Parents in all Title I-A served buildings may request information regarding the professional qualifications of the student's classroom teachers.  To request this information, parents may e-mail, phone, or personally contact the building administrator.
Child Abuse-Sexual Conduct Prevention Training
Common Core State Standards for Parents and Students (Information from the Oregon Department of Education)
Education Together Foundation
Homeless Information
OpenOffice.org - (This is a FREE downloadable program and is compatible with microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Parent/Student Guide for Dealing with Harassment, Intimidation, Menacing, Bullying, Cyberbullying, and Retaliation
Smarter Balance Information
Servicios Sociales en Junction City
Suicide Hotline Numbers and Online Resources

District Office Phone: (541) 998-6311
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