Welcome to the Pendleton School District!

The Pendleton School District always strives to keep its facilities in good condition for the best educational experience for Pendleton students. Voters were asked to consider a General Obligation Bond on the Nov. 5, 2013, general election ballot, and the PSD would like to thank Pendleton voters for passing this bond with nearly 65% of the vote! The PSD will now move forward with its plans to update and improve facilities, and the community will be informed along the way. Be sure to look for opportunities to provide feedback coming soon!

The District has developed a Master Facilities Plan outlining some of these facilities improvements, and the following quick links will provide you with the information you need to know as Pendleton looks to the future of its schools. Click here to go to the PSD Bond Projects Facebook page with updates on project progress.

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This brief video provides an overview of the District's facilities and facts about the bond.

Click to watch our informational video about the bond.


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District News

PHS Success 101 class receives bronze medal

Release Date: 
Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Pendleton High School’s Success 101 class for freshmen has been awarded a bronze medal by Academic Innovations for its potential impact on dramatically lowering dropout rates while preparing students for a self-sufficient adulthood. PHS’s Success 101 teacher Nicole Stewart will receive the award on behalf of the school during Academic Innovations’ national awards luncheon in Los Angeles, Calif., on July 22. This is the first time an Oregon school has been honored by Academic Innovations.

Success 101 is an interdisciplinary curriculum that engages students and teachers in an interactive learning process that helps students to develop the knowledge, skills and attitudes needed to successfully examine their own lives, explore and evaluate a wide range of education and career options, and make reasoned and researched goals for their futures. All freshmen at PHS are required to complete the Success 101 course, and in doing so, receive college credits from Eastern Oregon University through the Eastern Promise program.

PSD to host community meeting on bond projects April 21

Release Date: 
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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The Pendleton School District will host a community meeting on April 21 at 7 p.m. in the Pendleton High School Commons to provide an update on impending bond projects, allow the public to meet the bond project contractors, and view preliminary designs and site plans for new buildings.

District staff and other community stakeholders have worked diligently since January with BBT Architects of Bend to design the new Sherwood Heights and Washington elementary schools, which will have similar blueprints, as well as the design for the renovation of the Hawthorne building.

Conceptual building designs and site plans, as well as a preliminary sketch of the new entry for the Hawthorne building, will be available for the public to view during the April 21 community meeting. Those who attend the meeting will also have an opportunity to hear from District officials and representatives from BBT Architects about the progress of bond projects and the design process.