Stanfield Elementary

Stanfield Elementary School (SES) includes grades pre-kindergarten through fifth with about 225 students. Our staff strives to challenge every student, every day, making this school a GREAT place to learn.

Students and staff enjoy an up-to-date facility that was built in 2000.

Our Vision

Our Vision- Care, Belive, Engage, TeachWe CARE about our students as they are the heart of our school family.

We BELIEVE it is the responsibility of ALL to learn and grow.

We ENGAGE our students in challenging and joyful learning experiences.

We TEACH our students skills to build knowledge for our evolving world.

Announcements & News

Results of Penny Drive

Penny Drive Check Presentation

The results of the Penny Drive are in! The Stanfield Elementary School students raised $1,219.16. The money went to the Stanfield Food Basket. Great job!! We are so proud of you!

  • First Place- Miss Eddy's class
  • Second Place- Mrs, Harwood's class
  • Third Place- Ms. Chavez
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Stanfield Elementary's Penny Drive

Check out the article in the East Oregonian on "Harvesting the Power of Pennies." It's about Phoenix Davis and his determination, along with his classmates, to raise money for the Stanfield Food Basket.

The students set a goal of $1,000, and they surpassed it by raising $1,219.16.

Great job students and staff. We are so very proud!

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Stanfield Elementary School’s Thanksgiving Lunch

Staff serving students

Stanfield Elementary School held our Thanksgiving lunch on Thursday, November 15th. We had students and staff from various departments, along with Board Members, come and help serve, stock food, take tickets, and clean.  It was nice to interact with the students, staff, and parents.

On the menu were rolls, fruit salad, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, turkey, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie. We would like to extend a thank you to our incredible cafeteria staff, Stephenie Grogan, Lisa Logan, and Angie Ellis for their dedication to the students and staff at Stanfield Elementary. The food was delicious.

Once again we served over 350 people, including students, staff, and parents/community members. Thank you so much for your support of the school, students, and staff.

To view more pictures, visit our Facebook page.

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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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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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Elementary PE News Flash

Landon and John

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

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