Sexual conduct by a district / school employee as defined by Oregon law [ORS 339.374] will not be tolerated.  “Sexual conduct” as defined by Oregon law is any verbal or physical [or other] conduct by a school employee that is sexual in nature; directed toward a kindergarten through grade 12 students; unreasonably interferes with a student’s educational performance; and creates an intimidating, hostile or offensive educational environment.  The definition for sexual conduct does not include behavior that would be considered child abuse as outlined by Oregon law.  

To receive a 5 percent GL credit for the 2019-20 policy year, K-12 school districts, charter schools, ESDs must complete requirements by May 13, 2019, as well as complete the Employment Practices self-assessment survey (copy and paste this url to be directed to the EPL survey).

Should you have any questions regarding this survey contact Risk Management at or 800-285-5461 or 503-371-8667.