(SALEM) – The Oregon Legislature’s Joint Committee on Student Success will complete its statewide tour exploring the best practices employed in Oregon’s most successful schools and addressing the gaps that are limiting student success in other schools, with a series of site tours and meetings in Coquille and Coos Bay Oct. 10-11. Members of the public will have a chance to address the 14-member committee in a public hearing set for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 10 in the auditorium at Marshfield High School, 972 Ingersoll Ave. in Coos Bay. Committee members will meet face to face with area students at Coquille High School on October 10 and Marshfield High School on October 11. During its two-day South Coast visit, the committee will hear a presentation on the Coquille School District’s partnership with the University of Oregon’s College of Education and will take tours of the Lincoln School of Early Learning Child Development Center in Coquille; the Harding Learning Center at Marshfield High School; Reedsport High School; the North Bend School District; and Coquille Tribal Learning Center. Additionally, the committee will meet with area business people and host a roundtable discussion with local educators and community leaders. Including a budget proposal that ensures every student in Oregon, regardless of where they go to school, will have the opportunity to achieve success. To gather information the committee began touring the state in March. The South Coast trip concludes the tour which has taken the committee to Lane County, Eastern Oregon, Clackamas County, Woodburn, Southern Oregon, Washington County, Central Oregon, Hood River, Portland and East Multnomah County The committee has held nine public hearings; 11 student listening sessions; toured 47 schools and programs in 27 cities; hosted nine roundtable discussions with local educators and community leaders; five regional meetings with business people; and roundtable discussions on school safety and health care services in schools.