Regional Educator Network (REN)

The goal of Douglas REN is to advance the profession of teaching in Douglas County through authentic communication and systemic change. Our aim is to ensure that professional learning opportunities match the needs and innovate the instructional practice of local educators. We are also focused on building an inclusive community and creating more equitable practices that result in an increased sense of belonging for all.

Douglas REN Network Team

Reina Pike, Douglas REN Coordinator

reina.pike@douglased.k12.or.us
541-957-4838

In 2017, Oregon Legislature passed Senate Bill 182 which created the Educator Advancement Council (EAC), an innovative public/nonprofit partnership designed to support public educators. Through this bill, the EAC was charged with the task of creating local educator networks. 

REN Coordinating Body

Tabitha Roderick, Teacher
Camas Valley School District

Sarah Hooper, Teacher
Days Creek Charter School

Erin Weber, Child Development Specialist
Glide School District

Nate Young, Principal
Glendale School District

Whitney Ward, Teacher
North Douglas School District

Ian Patt, Teacher
Oakland School District

Sarah Johnson, Teacher
Riddle School District

Dani Jardine, RVS Principal

Mendy Endicott, SEL Coordinator
Roseburg Public Schools

Brenda Mahler, Teacher
South Umpqua School District

Angela Hooker, Teacher
Sutherlin School District

Kim Kellison, Superintendent
Winston-Dillard School District

Gillian Wesenberg, Dir. of Early Learning Hub
Douglas ESD

Todd Bloomquist, Senior Program Officer
The Ford Family Foundation

 

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The Plan 

1. Improve Communication

2. Support Teacher Learning that fits Teachers’ Needs

3. Build Equity Understanding in our Region

4. Increase Opportunities for Teachers to Collaborate Across the County.

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REN Resources and Information

Events Calendar

Visit our events calendar to view upcoming opportunities.