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    The Stanfield School District will be going out for a continuance bond on the May 2019 ballot.

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STANFIELD SCHOOLS SELECTED FOR $4 MILLION CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANT

We are very pleased to announce that we have received a commitment for $4 million in matching funds through the Oregon Schools Capital Improvement Match (OSCIM) grant if voters approve a bond for Stanfield Schools on the May 2019 ballot! We hope to see more people at our future bond information meetings and we will work diligently to find opportunities to present information and answer questions as often as possible. If you have questions or want more information, please do not hesitate to contact Superintendent Beth Burton at her direct line (541) 449-2204 or by email at beth.burtonatstanfieldsd.org.

You can read the article in the Eastern Oregonian by clicking here.

SES Penny Drive

students in front of penny drive sign

Stanfield Elementary School will be having a penny drive to help raise money for our community. The penny drive shows young people that they have the ability to make the world a better place by encouraging a caring culture at our school.

Each student will collect pennies, bring them to their class, and we will tally each classroom’s total number of pennies. The class that collects the most pennies will get a PIZZA PARTY!

The Penny Drive will last through October and November. We will use the funds to give back to our community.

 

La Escuela Primaria Stanfield va a patrocinar una colección de centavos (pennies), para ayudar con dinero a nuestra comunidad. La colección de centavos le va a enseñar a los niños a que ellos tienen la habilidad de hacer del mundo un lugar mejor donde vivir, y les ayuda a entender el cariño y la cultura de nuestra escuela.                  

Cada estudiante va a ayudar a juntar centavos, traerlos a su clase, y cada clase va a contar todos los centavos que hayan juntado, y la clase que haya juntado más centavos va a tener una CELEBRACIÓN CON PIZZA!

La colección va a durar todo el mes de Octubre 15 y Noviembre 15. Los fondos que se recauden se usarán para dar de regreso a nuestra comunidad.

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Request for Proposals for Architectural Services for Capital Bond Projects

Stanfield School District is seeking proposals from Oregon Registered Architects to provide Architectural Services for upcoming capital bond projects. All projects are located on the district’s main campus. It is the intent of the district, as a result of this solicitation, to award the work to one proposer who best qualifies for the performance of the work and whose fees are reasonable, all in the sole judgement of the district. Copies of the Request For Proposal (RFP) are on file and may be obtained free of charge at the Stanfield School District Office 1120 N. Main Street, Stanfield, OR  97875, by calling (541) 449-8766, or with Adobe PDF

Proposals must be received not later than Thursday, November 15, 2018, 4:00pm. Proposals not received by that time will be returned unopened. All proposals submitted shall be in sealed envelopes and plainly marked on the outside showing the name of the Proposer and “RFP Architectural Services for Stanfield School District”. 

Stanfield School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minority and women-owned business are encouraged to participate in this solicitation. All Proposals submitted shall contain a statement as to whether the Proposer is a resident or non-resident Proposer as defined in ORS 279C.395. The Board of Education of Stanfield School District #61R may waive any or all informalities or irregularities, may  reject any Proposal not in compliance with all prescribed public procurement procedures, and mya reject, for good cause, any or all Proposals upon a finding of the district that is in the public interest to do so. 

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Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Annual Notice

Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act

Announcement – August 27, 2018

In 1989 Congress enacted the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA) primarily to require school districts to identify asbestos-containing materials (ACM) in their school buildings and take appropriate actions to control the release of asbestos fibers. In 1987 the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) finalized a program which enforces the AHERA.

In compliance with the AHERA regulations, Stanfield school facilities were inspected by the EPA accredited building inspector. During the inspection, samples were taken of building materials suspected to containing asbestos. The results of the inspection and laboratory analysis of the samples have confirmed the presence of ACM in portions of the school facilities. It is important to note that these materials are in a form and condition that does not pose an eminent health threat to students, faculty, or employees.

With the confirmation of the presence of ACM, an Asbestos Management Plan was developed for our school by an EPA accredited management planner. The Management Plan includes the inspections and physical assessment reports, the training program for our custodial and maintenance staff, the plans and procedures to be followed to minimize disturbance of the ACM, and a program for regular surveillance of the ACM. Every three years, a re-inspection by an accredited inspector must be conducted on all friable and non-friable known or assumed asbestos containing building materials (ACXBM) to determine whether the condition of the ACBM has changed and to make recommendations on managing or removing the ACBM. The last re-inspection was completed in February 2016.

The following Buildings contain NO asbestos-containing materials; therefore, no operations, and maintenance programs or future inspections are required in these buildings: Grades 7/8 Wing of Stanfield Secondary School and Stanfield School District Office.

We conduct a periodic surveillance inspection every 6 months to check the condition of the remaining asbestos and to determine if any action was needed.

For further details on the locations of the remaining ACBM or the asbestos activities, you are invited to review a copy of the Asbestos Management Plan in the District Office during regular office hours. Frank Longhorn is our designated asbestos program coordinator. All inquiries regarding the plan should be directed to him at 541-4499-8766.

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Wildhorse Foundation Grant Award

Stanfield Elementary School has been awarded a $14,588 grant from the Wildhorse Foundation. We are excited to move forward with implementation in the coming months. The grant funds will be used to purchase four ActivPanel Promethean Boards for teachers in kindergarten through second grade. This new technology will be used in classrooms to enhance and activate learning.

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Stanfield School District #61R | 1120 N. Main, Stanfield, OR 97875 | Phone: (541) 449-8766  | Fax: (541) 449-8768
Stanfield Elementary School | Phone: (541) 449-3305 | Fax: (541) 449-8772 |
Stanfield Secondary School | Phone: (541) 449-3851 | Fax: (541) 449-8751