How would you change school?
Passing the bond gives our community the opportunity to reconsider not just the structure of our school buildings, but the education that happens inside them. As part of that effort, we want to involve our community in developing a "Portrait of a Graduate" that identifies the skills we want our students to develop as they prepare for roles as workers and leaders in a complex and evolving society.

This survey provides you with an opportunity to share your ideas and priorities. If you are interested in participating on a design team focused on the development of the Oregon City Portrait of a Graduate, please be sure to provide your information at the end of this survey.

We will be hosting a Portrait of a Graduate kickoff event open to anyone in Oregon City starting at 7pm on Tuesday, April 9th in the Oregon City High School auditorium. The event will start with a public showing of the movie "Most Likely to Succeed" and will be followed by panel discussions involving students, community members and educators focused on what school could be. There will be additional events this spring as we envision the future of education through the development of Oregon City's Portrait of a Graduate.

Global Awareness
An understanding of how environmental, social, cultural, economic and political factors impact the world.
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Financial, Economic, Business, and Entrepreneurial Skills
The ability to use financial and business information to understand and make decisions that help a organization achieve success.
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Civic Knowledge
Knowledge of how to actively participate and initiate change in your community and the greater society. It is the foundation by which a democratic society functions.
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Health Understanding
Understanding basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
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Environmental Awareness
An individual's scientific knowledge, understanding, skills and motivation to make responsible decisions that considers his or her relationships to natural systems, communities and future generations.
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Content Mastery
Deep understanding of traditional academic subjects.
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Creativity and Innovation
The ability to find multiple strategies to solve problems, address issues, and express ideas.
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Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Using objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgment or resolve complex issues.
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Effective Communication
Sharing ideas using interpersonal skills, spoken and written language, artistic expressions, technological tools, and body language.
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Collaboration
The ability to work as part of a team on a shared project.
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Resource Skills
The ability to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and effectively use the needed information.
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Media Literacy
The ability to to navigate and verify information to determine its trustworthiness.
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Flexibility and Adaptability
The ability to adjust one's work process to changing circumstances or unexpected challenges that arise.
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Initiative and Self-Direction
Having the motivation to pursue and complete a project without guidance.
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Cross-Cultural Skills
An ability to empathize and interact effectively with people of different cultures.
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Empathy
The ability to understand and share the feelings of others.
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Productivity and Accountability
Making an effective, efficient, productive effort that results in a measurable output.
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Can you think of any other essential skills for future graduates?
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What best describes you?
If you are interested in participating and/or learning more about the Portrait of a Graduate Design Team, please provide your full name, phone and email address. We will contact you with more information in the coming weeks.
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