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Oregon School for the Deaf

Rock formations above the Burnt River along Highway 245 in Baker County. (Oregon State Archives Photo)

Rock formations above the Burnt River along Highway 245 in Baker County. (Oregon State Archives Photo)

Oregon School for the Deaf
Dr. Sharla Jones, Director
Address: 999 Locust St. NE, Salem 97301-5254
Phone: 503-378-3825 (Voice/TDD)
Fax: 503-378-4701
Web: www.osd.k12.or.us

 

Established in 1870, the Oregon School for the Deaf (OSD) enrolls students who, because of hearing impairment, need a more comprehensive level of service and/or a more communication-rich environment than can be provided through their regular public school. OSD is funded by legislative appropriation and is operated by the Department of Education.

 

In 2014–2015, 120 students were enrolled at the school at no cost to their families.