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Morrison Campus Alternative School

Morrison Campus Alternative School

1251 Main St.

Dallas, Oregon 97338



Fast Facts

Principal                                          Todd Baughman

Program Manager                         Annette Anderson

Office Manager                              Carmen Halcom



Colors................................Blue and White



School Schedule 


Morrison Campus

8:30 a.m. Start Time

2:30 p.m. Dismiss Time




Print the application, fill it out and mail to:        

     Morrison Campus

     1250 Main St. 

     Dallas, OR 97338 


call           Annette Anderson at 503-623-8480

or email


Building Facts

Morrison Campus Alternative Program (MCAP) is housed in the southeast wing of the old Morrison School building, on the corner of Ash and Main Streets.  The Dallas School District offices occupy the northwest wing.


Morrison School was built in 1935, and during its history has housed students from kindergarten through high school.  In 1999 it became the home of the district’s alternative high school program. 


Program Facts


MCAP serves high school students, with a focus on 11th and 12th graders who are not successful in the traditional high school setting.  MCAP's small classes, fewer transitions, and individualized program provide an environment in which many formerly unsuccessful and "at risk" students thrive and even excel.  Approximately forty students graduate each year, and many go on to further education including trade schools, certificate programs, community colleges and 4-year universities.  

Morrison offers something unique: a sheltered, safe learning environment in a closed campus setting.  We have a strong sense of community and invite our students to join us in making school a positive, rewarding experience.  We foster a college informality which allows us to treat out students as responsible citizens.  We promote a caring and structured environment that provides an opportunity for students to reach their goals and accept responsibility for their behavior.  

MCAP currently has four teachers, and can serve approximately 64 students.  We strive to keep our class sizes small, so that we can provide the personal attention each student needs to be successful.  MCAP students are welcome to participate in Dallas High School activities, subject to OSAA and behavior-related eligibility.  


Vision Statement


Morrison students will graduate from high school with a high school diploma and the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in the next phase of their lives and to be good neighbors and respected citizens.


Mission Statement


We help students achieve personal, academic, and career goals through a supportive learning environment.




At Morrison, we foster a clear, shared understanding of expectations among students, staff and guardians to support student success.  Our dedicated staff creates a secure, caring environment that prioritizes academics.  We cultivate positive educational relationships built on respect and cooperation with students, guardians and the community.  


Three Basic Rules for All Morrison Citizens


Show up every day and be on time.


Work to the best of your ability.


Be respectful and cooperative.

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