DISTANCE LEARNING SCHEDULES
Stanfield Meal Bus Routes and Schedule (Updated 9/14/2020)
DISTANCE LEARNING MATERIALS
Materials Delivery Routes & Schedule (Updated 9/30/2020)
20-21 SCHOOL INFORMATION
PRINCIPAL SHARP'S VIDEO MESSAGES
4 Important Updates Video--9/22/2020
Family Meetings Video--8/25/2020
CDL Schedule Video--8/18/2020
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FORM
8.17.20 - Kindergarten Registration Update
Kindergarten Registration and Kindergarten Transition Program for 3 and 4-year-olds.
Parents: Please fill out this form to hold your child's place for the 20-21 School Year. Full registration will take place in August and more information will be posted at a later date.
APPLICATION FOR FREE/REDUCED LUNCH
These forms are to be completed by every student's parent/guardian. Income eligibility changes every year. There is not a set number of students or monies that people draw from. Anyone who qualifies will receive a free lunch. The State of Oregon has voted again to cover the reduced lunch costs, so even if you qualify for the "reduced" lunch, it will be a free meal.
Stanfield School District has once again voted to give every student, regardless of income, a free breakfast.
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your school's secretary, (Stanfield Secondary School - Wendy Griffin at 541-449-3851 OR Stanfield Elementary School - Heather Monkus at 541-449-3305)
Below you will find the application forms which would need to be completed. These forms MUST be completed EACH school year, which is a federal government requirement.
Stanfield School District strives to feed our students nutritionally rich foods that qualify under the USDA Child Nutrition Program guidelines.
- Be involved in your child’s life. Ask them about their day and their friends. Spend time with them.
- Make a plan for after school activities. Schedule time for homework, play, clubs, sports, and practice.
- Scale back TV and video game time.
- Establish bedtimes for school nights.
- Establish a family reading time.
- Keep a large calendar. Mark each family member’s activities on it.
- Start a change jar so you will have spare lunch/school money on hand.
- Get your children in the habit of getting ready the night before. Set out clothes and put the backpack together.
Free/Reduced Lunch Application--English
Free/Reduced Lunch Application--Spanish
Helpful Hints to Make Sure Your Child Can Be Successful
These simple and practical ideas will help you and your family enjoy a successful year.
Five Important Questions for You to Ask Your Child’s Teacher
Having the answer to these questions will help you help your child have a successful year.
- What is my child expected to learn?
- What are your homework and discipline policies?
- How can I become involved at school?
- What can I do at home to reinforce important skills being learned?
- What’s the best way to contact you?
If you want to help in the school, we would love to have you join us. Be sure you complete a volunteer form through the elementary school office.
Helping student’s succeed is a joint effort. Students are most successful when all three members – students, family, and school- are working together for the best interest of the student.
Below are sites that give parents practical advice for raising children.
- Parenting with love and logic (External Link)
Below are fun sites for kids and parents.
The following are external links unless otherwise noted.