Stanfield Elementary

Stanfield Elementary School (SES) includes grades pre-kindergarten through fifth with about 252 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

Penny Drive 2019

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!

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Stanfield Elementary hosted its 2nd Annual Penny Drive for the Stanfield Food Bank. $1,000 was raised by students and...

Posted by Stanfield School District on Monday, January 6, 2020

 

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All About Me Night!

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!

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First Day of School

Students

We did it! The first day of school has come and gone. Thank you to staff, parents, and students for making it a great day. Stanfield Elementary staff hopes you had a great summer and are ready to get back in to a learning routine! As Dr. Seuss says, "You're off great places, today is your day! Your mountain is waiting, So get on your way!"

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Stanfield Elementary School Outdoor School

Outdoor School Campers

Stanfield Elementary School 5th Grader participated in Outdoor School this week at Camp Tupper an hour outside of Heppner. We had 31 students attend Outdoor School and 30 of those students hiked to the top of Mt Tupper! The most ever in a 5th grade class and in record time! Great job kids! Students were able to attend classes directed by Fish and Wildlife and our camp counselors. Mr. Tynkila did a fish dissection, which is always fun! Miss Eddy and Mrs. Weyand did an outstanding job organizing and keeping this program authentic for our 5th grade students. We would like to extend our sincere appreciation to the adults who gave of their time to help make this Outdoor School a huge success -- Mr. Samp, Mr. Harris, Mr. Grifin, Mr. Tynkila, Mrs. Weynad, Mrs. Crawford, and Miss Eddy. We don't want to forget our terrific high school counselors who helped out as well -- Cody Griffin, Savannah Sharp, Emily Walker, and Kylee McClure. Thank you everyone!

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Spelling Test Winner

Stanfield School District is very proud of Adriel Ibarra. He took 1st place at Stanfield Elementary School's spelling test and also won the county spelling test that took place this week in Pendleton! He can now attend the state test in Salem.

Let's all cheer on Adriel!

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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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