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Long-Term Care & Treatment Education


Linn Benton Lincoln Education Service District (LBL) provides public education services to students admitted to Long-Term Care and Treatment (LTCT) programs. The education programs are funded through a contract with the Oregon Department of Education (ODE).

Student Records (Oregon Residency)

At the time of enrollment, school records, including Individualized Education Program (IEP) or 504 records, are requested from the student’s previous school. These permanent school records are maintained by the school until the student is withdrawn and the next school requests the records. Report cards are prepared at the end of each quarter or upon withdrawal and sent to schools, parents and guardians.

Academic Advisor

The Academic Advisor meets with each high school student to review transcripts, student interests and goals to determine course needs during enrollment.


Upon enrollment, students take assessments in reading and math to determine current skill levels.

Special Education

Special Education services are provided to eligible students and are funded through the ODE Long Term Care and Treatment Education Program. Clients are placed in Long-Term Care & Treatment for mental health reasons, not special education purposes.

Immunization Rates

Farm Home School

Farm Home Immunization Rates | Benton County Immunization Rates

Day Treatment at Wake Robin School

Wake Robin Immunization Rates | Polk County Immunization Rates

LTCT School Calendar


Long-Term Care & Treatment Education – Contact

Program Administrator:
Jean Orr

Long Term Care and Treatment Education Programs
Farm Home School
4545 NE Hwy 20
Corvallis, Oregon 97330

Marlane Zerby

Important Message

LBL ESD is providing modified services due to COVID-19 and the statewide school closure. Please contact 541-812-2600 for assistance. Limited staffing during the closure will make response to public inquiry difficult, and some inquiries may be delayed until programs reopen.