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District Bond Projects Focus on Energy Efficiency

The Pendleton School District bond encompasses multiple projects, ranging from upgrades to existing district facilities to the construction of two new schools. Throughout these projects, the district and the Wenaha Group, are working hard to ensure facilities are incorporating the most environmentally sustainable components possible. To read the full article click here.

More Bond Project Information Here

The Pendleton School District is pleased to welcome all of our students and their families to the 2016-17 school year. Our administrators, teachers and staff are excited as we prepare for a successful academic year. We'd like to take a few minutes and remind you about a few key dates and changes.

Monday, August 29 is the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL for students in Grades 6th through 12th.

Monday, September 19 is the FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL for students in Kindergarten through 5th Grade. This later start is allowing all of the infrastructure work around our two new elementary schools, Sherwood Heights and Washington, to be ready for students.

OPEN HOUSES are scheduled for Thursday, September 8:
Pendleton Early Learning Center 4 PM - 6 PM
McKay Creek Elementary 4 PM  - 6 PM
Pendleton High School 4 PM - 6 PM
Washington Elementary 5 PM - 7 PM *Official Public Ribbon Cutting at 5 PM*
Sherwood Heights Elementary 6 PM - 8 PM *Official Public Ribbon Cutting at 6 PM*

2016-17 PSD Yearly School Calendar - Download (PDF)

2016-17 Elementary School Supply Lists - View | Download (PDF)

2016-17 Middle School Supply List - View | Download (PDF)

BBT architects, Kirby Nagelhout Construction Co., Wenaha Group, ACF, and RSA Inc. have been working with PSD over the last year to design the new P-TECH building (Pendleton Technology and Trades Center) which was previously West Hills Elementary.  The remodel has begun and we anticipate moving in near the middle of December, 2016.

The Pendleton School District continues to work on testing its drinking water for the presence of lead. Some sites with levels above the EPA acceptable limit of 20 ppb (parts per billion) on first-draw samples were previously taken out of service. The district recently received results for testing at the new Washington Elementary School, and all tested sources are below the acceptable level of lead. Also, after the replacement of hardware, one of two sinks located in the girls’ locker room of the Pendleton High School Gold Gym is now within acceptable limits.

The Pendleton School District has received additional lab results from its testing for the presence of lead in water at school buildings. The new results include the Pendleton Early Learning Center (PELC) and Sherwood Heights Elementary School.

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