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District Bond Projects Focus on Energy Efficiency

The Pendleton School District bond encompasses multiple projects, ranging from upgrades to existing district facilities to the construction of two new schools. Throughout these projects, the district and the Wenaha Group, are working hard to ensure facilities are incorporating the most environmentally sustainable components possible. To read the full article click here.

More Bond Project Information Here

The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) is asking families living in the Pendleton School District with children receiving special education services to respond to the 2015-2016 Family Involvement Survey.

Families will be receiving their survey in the mail with the option to return the hard copy or use the individualized link for an online option. We ask that you take a few minutes to complete and return the survey in the self-addressed, stamped envelope or complete the online version by going to the stated web address included in the letter.

You are an important member of our team. Your participation in this survey will help us plan improvements in our special education system.

If you have questions regarding the survey, please contact Jeremy Wells at jeremy.wells@state.or.us or phone 503-947-5782.

2016-17 PSD Yearly School Calendar - Download (PDF)

2016-17 Elementary School Supply Lists - View | Download (PDF)

2016-17 Middle School Supply List - View | Download (PDF)

BBT architects, Kirby Nagelhout Construction Co., Wenaha Group, ACF, and RSA Inc. have been working with PSD over the last year to design the new P-TECH building (Pendleton Technology and Trades Center) which was previously West Hills Elementary.  The remodel has begun and we anticipate moving in near the middle of December, 2016.

The Pendleton School District earned a place in the Top Ten for 5A schools in Oregon for the 2015-16 Oregonian Cup. This award from the Oregon School Activities Association (OSSA) recognizes overall school excellence in academics, activities, athletics and sportsmanship.

Like any workplace, a career technical education program without proper equipment is at a disadvantage.

The InterMountain Education Service District announced Monday that the Pendleton School District and the Morrow County School District each received a $390,745 grant from the state to strengthen their CTE programs with new equipment and infrastructure.

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