Thanks to Gray Family Foundation support, ACCF continues to provide K-12 education and teacher professional development in 2018-19, facilitated by our school coordinator, Isaac Ashby, and with curricular oversight by Prof. Jim Proctor of Lewis & Clark College.
This year’s program is Telling the Story of Your Place.
All participating educators may download resources and exchange information via ACCF’s Oregon Educator Network group. Join today! We also will do occasional communications to participating instructors via our teacher professional development GoogleGroup…feel free to join.
The South Umpqua School District has generously contributed thousands of dollars toward school coordinator staff salaries and provides additional in-kind assistance. We have also partnered with:
- Center for Geography Education in Oregon, with teacher and classroom resources
- Douglas County Museum, with interpretive and archival resources and educational tours
- Douglas Educational Service District, offering technical support for participating teachers
- Oregon Explorer Natural Resources Digital Library, a map-based repository of information
- Oregon Forest Resources Institute, with a wide range of K-12 forest education resources
- South Umpqua Historical Society, administering the Pioneer Indian Museum in Canyonville
- Umpqua Valley STEAM Hub, offering STE(A)M resources, training, and equipment