Staff Resources


SYNERGY HR Forms OR Environ Lit Plan 
Subfinder (Frontline) Staff Health & Safety Standards-All Subjects 
STAFF EMAIL Plan the Laughter 
RESET Student Password     Google-docs 






Read the bargaining agreements

Classified Bargaining Agreement [see forms]

Licensed Bargaining Agreement [see forms]

Get benefits information

OEBB Open Enrollment Guide [see forms]

Enroll or change benefits

Contact OEBB 888-469-6322

Call American Fidelity 877-293-1090

Email American Fidelity

TSA Info & Forms

View my calendar 

Instructional Calendar [see forms]

Claim mileage 

Mileage Reimbursement Form  [see forms]

Find a policy 

District Policies

Get paid 

Timesheet  [see forms]

Monthly Pay Schedule  [see forms]

Report an absence 

Subfinder (Aesop)

Report an employee injury or accident 


Report a student injury or accident 


Read the Staff Handbook 

 Staff Handbook  [see forms]


 Frontline Education Logo

NEW SUBFINDER SERVICE - Frontline Education 

As of 7/1/15 the  Vernonia School District is using an automated service that greatly simplifies and streamlines the process of recording and managing absences and finding substitutes. 
This service is called Frontline Education.  The Frontline Education service will be available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and can be accessed via internet and phone. 
Please use the following links to view the Frontline Education Employee Training Videos prior to using the system for the first time.  If you have any questions please call the NWRESD SubDesk (503) 614-1273.
How do I interact with Frontline Education?
You can interact with Frontline Education on the internet at  Here, you will be able to enter absences, check your absence schedule, update personal information, and exercise other features such as uploading your lesson plans for substitutes to view online.
·       You can also call Frontline toll free at 1-800-942-3767.  Simply follow the voice menu to enter and manage absences and access other features.  We recommend that you call in to check the computer recording of your name and title.  To do this, press Option 5 and follow the prompts.***When entering an absence, please wait until you receive a confirmation number before you terminate the phone call or close your internet browser window.  Your transaction is not complete until you receive a confirmation number.

Our district is proactive in providing staff with information that benefits the health and safety of students and demonstrates our commitment to the wellbeing of all faculty, staff, students and visitors.  Please feel free to explore the links below.




Flu Information 

Staff Safety Training  

Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan

[see forms]

BBP Vaccine Consent Waiver [see forms]
BBP Vaccination Request Form [see forms]

The Oregon Public Health Flu Website
Know the Difference between Cold and Flu Symptoms
Fever Fever is rare with a cold.  Fever is usually present with the flu in up to 80% of all flu cases. A temperature of 100°F or higher for 3 to 4 days is associated with the flu. 
Coughing A hacking, productive (mucus- producing) cough is often present with a cold.  A non-productive (non-mucus producing) cough is usually present with the flu (sometimes referred to as dry cough). 
Aches Slight body aches and pains can be part of a cold.  Severe aches and pains are common with the flu. 
Stuffy Nose Stuffy nose is commonly present with a cold and typically resolves spontaneously within a week.  Stuffy nose is not commonly present with the flu. 
Chills Chills are uncommon with a cold.  60% of people who have the flu experience chills. 
Tiredness Tiredness is fairly mild with a cold.  Tiredness is moderate to severe with the flu. 
Sneezing Sneezing is commonly present with a cold.  Sneezing is not common with the flu. 
Sudden Symptoms Cold symptoms tend to develop over a few days.  The flu has a rapid onset within 3-6 hours. The flu hits hard and includes sudden symptoms like high fever, aches and pains. 
Headache A headache is fairly uncommon with a cold.  A headache is very common with the flu, present in 80% of flu cases. 
Sore Throat Sore throat is commonly present with a cold.  Sore throat may be present with the flu. 
Chest Discomfort Chest discomfort is mild to moderate with a cold.  Chest discomfort is often severe with the flu. 
The only way to stop the spread of the epidemic is to spread the awareness.

Columbia County Public Health has provided the following information (from concerning the virus:

"The symptoms of this new H1N1 flu virus in people are similar to the symptoms of seasonal flu and include fever, cough, sore throat, runny or stuffy nose, body aches, headache, chills and fatigue. A significant number of people who have been infected with this new H1N1 virus also have reported diarrhea and vomiting. "

"At the current time, CDC believes that this virus has the same properties in terms of spread as seasonal flu viruses. With seasonal flu, studies have shown that people may be contagious from one day before they develop symptoms to up to 7 days after they get sick."

ODE Communicable Disease Measures - Guidelines for Exclusion (OAR 581-022-0705) Students should be excluded from school if they exhibit:

  1. Fever greater than 100
  2. Vomiting
  3. Stiff neck or headache with fever
  4. Any rash with or without fever
  5. Unusual behavior change, such as irritability, lethargy, or somnolence
  6. Jaundice (yellow color or skin or eyes)
  7. Diarrhea (3 watery or loose stools in one day with or without fever)
  8. Skin lesions that are "weepy" (fluid or pus-filled)
  9. Colored drainage from eyes or ears
  10. Brown/green drainage from nose with fever or complaints of illness
  11. Difficulty breathing or shortness of breath; serious, sustained cough
  12. Symptoms or complaints that prevent the student from participating in his/her usual school activities, such as persistent cough, with or without presence of fever, or
  13. Student requires more care that the school staff can safely provide


How does novel H1N1 virus spread? 
Spread of novel H1N1 virus is thought to occur in the same way that seasonal flu spreads. Flu viruses are spread mainly from person to person through coughing or sneezing by people with influenza. Sometimes people may become infected by touching something – such as a surface or object – with flu viruses on it and then touching their mouth or nose.

How long can an infected person spread this virus to others?
People infected with seasonal and novel H1N1 flu shed virus and may be able to infect others from 1 day before getting sick to 5 to 7 days after.

If I have a family member at home who is sick with novel H1N1 flu, should I go to work?
Employees who are well but who have an ill family member at home with novel H1N1 flu can go to work as usual. These employees should monitor their health every day, and take everyday precautions including washing their hands often with soap and water, especially after they cough or sneeze. Alcohol-based hand cleaners are also effective.* If they become ill, they should notify their supervisor and stay home. Employees who have an underlying medical condition or who are pregnant should call their health care provider for advice, because they might need to receive influenza antiviral drugs to prevent illness.

What is the best technique for washing my hands to avoid getting the flu?
Washing your hands often will help protect you from germs. Wash with soap and water or clean withalcohol-based hand cleaner*. CDC recommends that when you wash your hands -- with soap and warm water -- that you wash for 15 to 20 seconds. When soap and water are not available, alcohol-based disposable hand wipes or gel sanitizers may be used. You can find them in most supermarkets and drugstores. If using gel, rub your hands until the gel is dry. The gel doesn't need water to work; the alcohol in it kills the germs on your hands.

How long can influenza virus remain viable on objects (such as books and doorknobs)?
Studies have shown that influenza virus can survive on environmental surfaces and can infect a person for 2 to 8 hours after being deposited on the surface.

What’s the incubation period for H1N1 flu?  Flu symptoms usually develop within three to four days of contact with an infected person, though it may take up to seven days.

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