Siletz Valley Schools (SVS & SVECA) consist of two separate public charters sponsored by the Lincoln County School District. Both schools serve over 200 students combined within the Siletz-Logsden communities. The first school building was built in 1937 with multiple new additions thereafter and were completed in 1959.
The K-8 school (SVS) was originally opened as a public school and was later converted into a charter school in 2003. The K-8 school is currently serving approximately 125 students. The Siletz Valley Early College Academy (SVECA) (K-12), which was closed in 1983, was later re-opened in 2006 as a charter high school and is currently serving 82 students.
SVS (K-8) consists of an elementary (K-5) and a middle school (6-8). The elementary, middle and high school programs are located in the town of Siletz, Oregon. All three programs are administered by a Principal/Superintendent with support from a school counselor and central office staff.
As Warriors, we value being Safe, Respectful and Responsible. We utilize PBIS and Teach-To's in our classrooms and have implemented the AVID program school-wide to supplement our core programs, electives, intervention and extension opportunities for our students. Recently, we are incorporating CATCH into our morning routines. CATCH stands for Coordinated Approach To Child Health. Our students are taught by caring staff and our schools are governed by a five-member elected school board.