Health Emergency Ready Oregon (HERO) Kids Registry - Oregon Health Sciences

Health Emergency Ready Oregon (HERO) Kids Registry launched October, 2022. It is a resource to help families prepare for medical emergencies. We encourage you to visit their website to learn more, or reach out to the HERO Kids team at  to schedule a short informational presentation.

HERO FAQs for Families (English) Preguntas frecuentes sobre HERO para familias (español)

HERO FAQs for Health Care Providers and other professionals


HERO Kids Registry is a voluntary, no-cost system that lets any Oregon family record critical health information about their child before an emergency. Registry information can be accessed quickly by EMS and hospital emergency departments at the moment they need it.

Registering with HERO Kids is especially useful for young people who are medically fragile, or for those who have complex conditions, developmental disabilities, or mental health conditions. Young people in a crisis can’t always communicate their needs. Family members may not be present, or they may too distressed to help. Language barriers can impede communication. HERO Kids Registry can help offset some of these challenges.

 Parents and legal guardians can register their child or young adult with HERO Kids online, and there is a paper registration option for people who prefer it. Young adults aged 15-26 can register themselves. HERO Kids Registry is secure and HIPAA-compliant. When it is accessed by EMS or emergency department providers, registry information is available in under 90 seconds.

 Information and registration are available at

Website Service Provider - COPPA Notice

The Siuslaw School District uses Apptegy as the service provider for the district and building websites. Being an Apptegy client, the COPPA (Children's Online Privacy Protection Act) notice is a required notice to parents about Apptegy's services and privacy practices.

Lane County Public Works - Bus Stop Notices

Lane County Public Works maintains more than 1,400 miles of roads from the coast to the mountains. Part of keeping the roads safe is removing plants and trees that grow too close to the road in the right-of-way.

If you are interested in enrolling your child's bus stop with LCPW as a no spray area along a county maintained roadway, please use the links below for complete information.

How to Enroll - Please visit and follow the link for the No Spray Area application. Enrolled bus stops are valid until December 2023. When this period ends, you will receive a reminder letter to re-enroll.

LCPW - Roadside Vegetation Program No Spray Area Application Form

Lane County Public Works - No Spray Area Program (English)

Obras públicas del condado de Lane: programa de áreas sin fumigación (español)

ParentSquare - new for 2023-2024!

We are excited to announce that we adopted a new form of school-to-home communication at Siuslaw School District called ParentSquare. This unified communications platform is designed to keep parents and guardians informed and encourage greater engagement and connection with your child’s classroom & school. ParentSquare provides a safe way for district administrators, school principals, teachers, staff, and parents to:

  • Send and receive school and class information

  • Share pictures and files

  • See calendar items

  • Sign up to volunteer

  • Schedule parent-teacher conferences

  • and much more . . . all in one centralized place!

ParentSquare Parents – Parent 101  This is a simple set of guided tutorials to help you navigate and learn the initial functions of ParentSquare.

 All district and school, grade level and classroom information will now be sent to your computer or phone via email and/or text. For even more convenience, download the ParentSquare app (available for free for iOS and Android devices). 

 Have questions? Click the question mark in the top right corner of the desktop version of ParentSquare ( or the Help tab on the app (tap the triple bar icon at the top left) to find answers to most of your questions.

 From the information in the school database, you will receive a ParentSquare invitation to either your personal email address or your cell phone number. If you have not recently updated your contact information with the school, you can go directly to to register for your account.

ParentSquare Letter - emailed June 5, 2023


Helping Hands Coalition - Mobile Community Social-Health Center

Helping Hands Coalition is a non-profit, equity-based Community Social-Health Center provider serving socially and economically disadvantaged populations in western Lane County. For more information on the resources that can be provided through the Mobile Community Social-Health Center, please access the informational flyer here.

If the Helping Hands Coalition may be of service to you and your family, the Program Plan Service Request form is accessed here.

Helping Hands may also be contacted directly at: 541-997-5057 or by email at The Helping Hands office is located at 4590 HWY 101 in Florence and is open each Monday, Wednesday & Friday from 12pm to 1pm.


School District Boundary Maps - with notes on the Northern & Southern borders for the Siuslaw School District - The school district's north boundary is 6 miles short of the Lane/Lincoln County line and runs south into Douglas County, past Booth Road at Perkins Lake about 1 mile south. The eastern edge of the district runs east along HWY 126 to Tiernan Road, which is the line between the Siuslaw and Mapleton School districts.

HomeTownLocator - Siuslaw SD97 Boundary View

Suicide Prevention Program - Senate Bill 52

Lane County Prevention Program

  • Provides staff support to educate, engage, and assist Lane County to address priority substance abuse, problem gambling, and suicide prevention issues through strategic community health promotion initiatives and evidence-based prevention strategies.

Safe Schools Parent Training

Internet Safety Information for Parents

Student Accident Insurance Website