Grade Levels: K-12 & Transition
850 W Antler Ave
Redmond, OR 97756
Secondary & Transition: 7:30 am
Elementary: 9:15 am
Secondary & Transition: 2:00 pm
Elementary: 3:15 pm
Release Time on Wednesdays:
All Students 12:55 pm
Mon – Fri: 7:30 am – 4:00 pm
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Update from Our Nurse
February 16, 2022 is Exclusion Day for students who do not have immunizations up-to-date or the proper paperwork completed. Students will not be allowed on campus. Immunizations are still recommended during the Covid Pandemic. A letter was sent home before the winter break for any students who do not meet the state requirements.
Please reach out to Nurse Meagan if you have any questions!
(541) 923-4868 x4432
Actualizaciones de la enfermera
El 16 de febrero de 2022 es el Día de exclusión para los estudiantes que no tienen las vacunas al día o la documentación adecuada. Los estudiantes no serán permitidos en el campus. Las vacunas todavía se recomiendan durante la pandemia de Covid. Se envió una carta a casa antes de las vacaciones de invierno para cualquier estudiante que no cumpla con los requisitos estatales.
¡Comuníquese con la enfermera Meagan si tiene alguna pregunta! (541) 923-4868 x4432
Karen comes from a diverse background with a Bachelors in Business Administration and Spanish. She received her Masters in Teaching and began her career as a Spanish teacher in Yamhill-Carlton, Oregon and taught there for three years. Following a move to Central Washington, she was able to get a job working in a brand new Alternative High School, where she worked with students from 7th through 12th grade for nine years, providing instruction in all subject areas, gaining endorsements in Special Education, Basic and Advanced Math. During this time, she served as the campus Special Education teacher. When she moved to Central Oregon, she was hired as a Special Education teacher at Obsidian Middle School, where she worked for three years and completed her Administration Program through the University of Oregon.
Karen has been at Edwin Brown Education Center, now called StepUP, since the 2016-17 school year. In this time she has worked to completely redesign the programs and supports for Redmond school district’s students with the highest social-emotional and behavioral support needs. At StepUP we believe that all kids do well if they can and focus on building specific skills to help students unlock their own potential. We believe that collaboration with families and community partners is key to provide the most robust systems of support possible for all students in school and beyond.