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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District News

PSD to host community meeting on bond projects

Release Date: 
Monday, September 15, 2014
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The Pendleton School District will host a community meeting on Sept. 24 to share updates about the current status of bond projects. The meeting will take place at 7 p.m. in the Pendleton High School Commons.

Community members who attend can expect to hear an update on the progress of demolition and construction at the Hawthorne building, as well as the status of the planning and design phases for the new Sherwood Heights and Washington elementary buildings. In addition, community members will hear about the progress made over the summer on other bond projects throughout the district. The PSD also will seek feedback from the community during the meeting to hear their thoughts, ideas and concerns.

“This is an opportunity for the public to come and hear about the latest information on what’s happening with their bond dollars, what’s been done so far, and what we’ll do next,” said PSD Superintendent Jon Peterson. “We encourage community members to come and provide us with some feedback, as well as ask questions and voice any concerns. It’s important that the District continues to collaborate with the community throughout the duration of the bond projects.”

Parent Club teams with Frazier Office Supply for fundraiser

Release Date: 
Friday, September 5, 2014

The Cougar Parent Club for Lincoln Primary and West Hills Intermediate schools teamed up with Frazier Office Supply to provide parents a convenient way to shop for school supplies and use it as a means to raise money for the schools. 

The Cougar Parent Club knew this fundraiser was successful for other schools, but instead of working with an out-of-town, big box store, they wanted to work with a locally-owned business. Frazier Office Supply stepped up to the plate, gathered the necessary supplies, packed them up in a handy bag, and delivered them directly to the students’ classrooms for a very low price.