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Stanfield School District Practiced Reunification with On-Site Drill

On Friday morning, September 29, the staff of Stanfield School District and local law enforcement officers practiced what it would be like to reunite scores of their students with their parents at a non-school location. The Reunification Drill was held at Stanfield Secondary School.

SSS Announcements for October 17 & 18

New Scholarships Seniors: Information about the GE-Reagan Foundation Scholarship Program is posted on the scholarship bulletin board. Paper applications for the Oregon Wheat Foundation Scholarship have been added to the scholarship rack. Take a moment to check them out!

FAFSA Drop-In Seniors: Need help filling out your FAFSA? Stop by our computer lab with your parents between 9-noon this Saturday, October 21st, for assistance. Mrs. Wright and two volunteers will be available to help.

SSS Announcements for October 16

Last Week of Quarter 1 - Students - a reminder that this is the LAST week of Quarter 1. Work hard this week to bring up any grades that need attention!

FBLA meeting - Tuesday morning, October 17th, there is a FBLA meeting at 720 am in Mr. Sperr's room. Doughnuts will be provided and it is NOT to late to join.

Umatilla County Fair Court - Interested in being part of the Umatilla County Fair Court? Applications are available in the scholarship rack for those interested in applying, due October 20th.

SSS Announcements for October 11

Generation College Generation College will meet TODAY, right after school in the library. See you there!

FAFSA Seniors: The FAFSA is now open! Please see Mrs. Wright if you have any questions along the way. We are hosting a FAFSA Drop-In in our computer lab from 9-noon on October 21st, for seniors and parents to get assistance with filling it out.

Presidential Fitness Award 2017

ELEMENTARY PE would like to congratulate the following students who have earned the President's Council on Physical Fitness AwardIn order to qualify, the following students scored in the 90th Percentile or Higher National Standard in ALL 5 fitness tests: 

Pull-ups, V-Stretch, Curl-Ups, Shuttle Run, and Mile Run.

Great Job- Jayden Bertsch  & Landon Bailey

Achieve 300 Read to Succeeed Challenge

Stanfield Elementary School teamed up with Achieve 3000 and participated in the Read to Succeed challenge. It is proven that the more students read, the more their reading skills improve. To help our students do their best, Achieve3000® sponsored the contest. Mrs. Herron's reading class won and enjoyed a pizza party as a reward.

Jump/Hoops for Heart 2017

ELEMENTARY PE NEWS 2017 - It Takes Heart to be a HERO           

Stanfield Tiger Cubs “rock” Jump Rope/Hoops for Heart Event 2017 raising $3,570 dollars…NEW SCHOOL RECORD for The American Heart Association.  Their efforts connected Stanfield Elementary School to our community by fundraising money used for research in the fight to prevent heart-lung disease and stroke.  By doing so, they also promoted awareness to staying fit, active, and healthy for a life-time.  And, we had a lot of FUN!!

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

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