Together we learn, we care, we succeed!

Lane ESD Westmoreland Campus
1717 City View St.
Eugene, OR 97402
ph: 541-463-8500 fax: 541-302-0938

Holiday Feast

Holiday Feast

Our fabulous Cook, Yvonne, prepares breakfasts and lunches for our students every school day. Today she served an amazing turkey feast for all to enjoy. The students and staff celebrated with prize drawings and the special gift of a Lane School spirit warm tee shirt went out to every student...
Cookie Crazy!

Cookie Crazy!

Students got creative in the cookie decorating room!  
Fall Harvest Reinforcer

Fall Harvest Reinforcer

Students enjoyed a fun afternoon of activities as a reward for getting their work done, staying positive and keeping their problems small. They enjoyed face painting, pumpkin painting, cookie decorating and tootsie roll spiders.
Fall Harvest Celebration!

Fall Harvest Celebration!

Our staff and students are in the Fall celebration spirit!
Lane School Staff Cares

Lane School Staff Cares

The Lane School staff of 2017-2018 is committed to the success and well being of every student!
Classroom Support Animals

Classroom Support Animals

Loki is one of two support pups who spend their days in the classroom with our students. They may test or do classwork with Loki or Chan by their side or request a break with them when their work is done.
Interpersonal Communication

Interpersonal Communication

Our students use the inside/outside circle game to practice active listening and interpersonal communication skills.
Bunny Passes

Bunny Passes

Mabel Passes are a super popular way our students take care of themselves when they need a break.     
Caring at Lane School

Caring at Lane School

Teachers and IAs using active listening while planning the 2017/2018 Lane School Program.
Student Employees

Student Employees

Lane School student employees work hard to keep our students fed and our school running smoothly.
Latest Entries

Winter Holiday Reinforcer!

After a week of shopping here on the Lane School campus, at the Holiday Bazaar, students wrapped their gifts then celebrated their hard work at the Holiday Reinforcer.

The students made kabobs in the “Grinch Who Stole Christmas” room, enjoyed karaoke,


cookie decorating



and a school wide coloring contest.

Ooompah-Loompah, Power of Yet!

This year, 2017-2018, our Lane School Golden Ticket imgreswinners are students who demonstrate Compassion and Caring. These are students who are mindful by caring for themselves and others!


This student has taken care of himself by being responsible for his learning. In Block class, he has participated by raising his hand to answer questions, and completing work in class. He also sounds out new words and uses the power of yet when he has trouble reading them the first time. Way to go, John Allen!



Room 15 math class acknowledges Jeffrey for demonstrating fluency in all 13 multiplication facts. This is the fastest that any student has gotten all 13 sign offs. After he got his sign offs, worked with his partner so that his partner would get sign offs too. Great job, Jeffrey!


Room 9 nominated Nick for outstanding performance on his weekly Easy CBM assessment!



Room 11 nominated this math student for his progress on a  recent Easy CBM math assessment. He improved his scored by 5 points, showing tremendous focus and perseverance, even when the work seemed challenging. Congratulations Paddy on trying your hardest on your assessment!!

Owen continued to work hard even when the work seemed too hard. He took his time to finish his bench mark math assessment and practiced the Power of Yet. Congratulations Owen!

Room 15 wants to recognize a math student who has been on track recently by engaging in math and assisting peers when they request peer tutoring. He has demonstrated leadership in Room 15 math. Great job, Zef. Keep up the great work!

39 lb Bus Passenger

The winner of the Great Pumpkin Contest was Jaxson who guessed this pumpkin’s weight within one pound! He told us he’d have no problem taking the big guy home with him on the bus!!

Mystery Visitors on Lane School Campus!!

Classrooms were fully decked out for our Fall Harvest Reinforcer, Tuesday, October 31st.

Our students take pride in their decorating their classrooms this time of year.

Surprise “mystery judges” visited classrooms and determined the winning class to be awarded an amazing “mystery prize”!

We did The Great Oregon ShakeOut!!

What a great job our staff and students did on the Great ShakeOut!








We at Lane School were proud to be one of over 530,000 Participants all over the state of Oregon to take the ShakeOut Drill challenge at 10:19 a.m. on October 19, 2017!

The Great Oregon ShakeOut is an annual opportunity to practice how to be safer during big earthquakes. Click the link to find important info on:

Caring School Community 2017-2018

This year, Lane School staff’s all school focus is on building and supporting a caring school community.  Each day in the classroom and throughout campus, students will participate and practice care for self and others. The curriculum is founded on the principles to support each student’s:

  • sense of belonging among their peers, their family and the adults in the school community
  • sense of autonomy, with a voice in what’s happening in their community
  • sense of competence and the notion that they are appreciated and valued in the community for the unique gifts they have to offer.

The staff at Lane School are confident that the Caring School Community curriculum and resources, will enrich our program for the coming year.

Compassion and Caring at Lane School

Lane School Staff practices compassionate listening to lay the foundation for a Caring School Community.

Lane School Staff comes into the 2017-2018 school year ready to practice, model and support a Caring School Community. Our teaching staff used the Inside Outside Circle to practice active listening- a core component of a caring school community.

Lane Students Have Skills

Our students come into our school with talents we sometimes discover on the fly. Here, our own Devon demonstrates his skills on scooter.

Growth Mindset

At the Lane School our students are developing a growth mindset. This is the focus of our Golden Ticket Award where students are acknowledged for using on the Power of Yet! In this video, Carol Dweck describes how to think about a problem that seems hard to solve.