Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year nominations end in just over two weeks! If you know a great Stanfield teacher, nominate them now at: oregonteacheroftheyear.org.
The Oregon Department of Education, in partnership with the Oregon Lottery, sponsors this award to honor exemplary educators in every region of the state!
Stanfield Elementary hosted its 2nd Annual Penny Drive for the Stanfield Food Bank. $1,000 was raised by students and families to help support our community during the holidays. Miss Eddy's class brought in over $240 and got to slime Mr. Lemmon as a reward for their efforts!
Great job! To see more pictures, please visit our Facebook page at
Students with regular school attendance are more likely to succeed. Every day matters for every child. Everyone can help make this happen – schools, families and community members.
Attendance matters for students at all grade levels. Students who attend school regularly are more likely to read at grade level, and to build a strong foundation as they move from preschool and kindergarten to high school.
Stanfield Community celebrates ‘School Board Recognition Month’
The Stanfield School District will join the other 196 school districts throughout Oregon to celebrate January as “School Board Recognition Month.”
Our school board members spend countless hours of unpaid time working to provide the best possible education for our students. They also serve as the corporate board of directors for one of our community’s largest employers. Celebrating School Board Recognition Month is one way to say thanks for all they do.
NO SCHOOL on Monday, November 11, 2019, in honor of Veterans Day.
5 Facts to Know About Veterans Day is a great article on the holiday.
It is beginning to look like fall around our campus as leaves are changing color and it is getting darker much earlier in the evening. We are more than halfway through the first quarter, and that means that parent-teacher conferences are coming up.
Thursday, 9/19/19, from 5:30-7:00 PM join Stanfield Elementary School for an "All About Me Night!" Students have put together some art to showcase themselves and who they are. Dinner and dessert will be served. Come make a connection with your child and their teacher!
In May 2019, voters approved a $14 million bond estimated to cost taxpayers $2.70 per $1,000 of Assessed Value. Due to positive market conditions and timing in August, the district sold $12.7 million of bonds at a premium to receive the full $14 million to fund the projects. Since the Stanfield community will only be paying taxes on $12.7 million instead of $14 million, the estimated tax rate is lowered to $2.49 per $1,000. This lower estimated rate is the same as the average paid on the previous bond!
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