Student Success Act

Philomath School District

The Student Success Act includes $200 million to enhance the State School Fund, with the remaining funds primarily divided among three key accounts:

  • A Student Investment Account (50%)
  • An Early Learning Account (20%)
  • A Statewide Education Initiatives Account (30%)

There are two stated purposes for the funds distributed under the Student Investment Account:

  1. Meet students’ mental or behavioral health needs, and
  2. Increase academic achievement for students, including reducing academic disparities for:
  • Economically disadvantaged students;
  • Students from racial or ethnic groups that have historically experienced academic disparities;
  • Students with disabilities;
  • Students who are English language learners;
  • Students who are foster children;
  • Students who are homeless; and any other student groups that have historically experience academic disparities, as determined by the State Board of Education.