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    Thank you Voters

    The Stanfield School District proposed bond PASSED!! Thank you so much for voting! To keep up to date on all the latest news please visit our Bond Page!

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    Winter Sports

    Winter Sports have begun. Call the school office if you have any questions. (The following link will take you to the athletics schedule.)

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    Help your child succeed in school.

    Build the habit of good attendance early. School success goes hand in hand with good attendance.

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2017 Tax Exemption for Parents of Children with Disabilities

The Oregon Tax Code provides an additional tax exemption for parents of eligible children with disabilities in Oregon.  The procedure for claiming an exemption for the 2017 tax year is explained in the Oregon Individual Income Tax Return and Instruction booklets.

Who qualifies for the exemption?

A child qualifies if he or she meets all of the following criteria:

Homeless Student Count Reaches All-Time High

(Salem, Ore.) – The number of students meeting the federal definition of homeless is up for the fourth year in a row, reaching a new record for both the number and percentage of homeless enrolled students. For the 2016-17 school year, 22,541 students “lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence” which the federal government classifies as homeless. That represents 3.9 percent of the entire public K-12 student population.

Elementary PE News Flash

5th graders Landon Bailey and John Putnam finished the "Stanfield Strong" Marathon 26.2 Challenge. Both students chose to run 106 total laps on the track during their morning recess breaks to complete an entire Marathon of 26.2 miles! This is the second year in a row for both.

Attaway boys to show true Tiger GRIT!

Mr. Z

Grit, (Noun): Courage & Resolve; Strength of Character

Website Accessibility

Standfield School District is committed to making its electronic and information technologies accessible to the widest possible audience by taking steps to meet the Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act (29 U.S.C. 794d) requirements, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA.

Breakfast of Champions

The Hermiston Chamber of Commerce has a program that recognizes students for outstanding performance in their schools. It primarily focuses on citizenship and improved effort in the classroom and/or activities.

PHOTO: Picture of Breakfast of Champion Students: SSS: Aiden Tynkila and Victor Pena; SES: Landon Bailey and Mariah Combe.

Artist, Enrique Arellano

Newly painted wall in the Stanfield Secondary School Weight Room, thanks to Freshman, Enrique Arellano. He painted the entire wall free hand with rattle cans. We think he did a great job. If you see him around campus, tell him thanks! The students and staff love it!

Great job, Enrique!

Oregon SAT Scores Continue to Exceed National Average

(Salem, Ore.) – Oregon students who took the SAT exam during the 2016-17 school year continue to outperform their peers around the country, according to results released today by College Board, which administers the test. Oregon public school students had an average score of 555 on the Evidence-based Reading and Writing (ERW) test on a scale of 200 to 800, above the national average of 527. On the math portion of the test, Oregon students scored 543 compared to the national average score of 517.

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Stanfield Elementary School | Phone: (541) 449-3305 | Fax: (541) 449-8772 |
Stanfield Secondary School | Phone: (541) 449-3851 | Fax: (541) 449-8751