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We would like to recognize the following students for the Character Trait of HONESTY & INTEGRETY ~ Truthful, Genuine, Sincere; Does the "right thing.


6th Grade

Kennidy Baker

Edwin Linares

Lupita Garcia

Brooklynn Lunny

Janessa Headley

Cooper Roberts

Ruby Engum

Carissa Cooley

Anton Hughes

Colton Henderson

Collin Taber

Alysha Martinez

Zoe Rankin

Preston Conover

Justin Summerlin

Maddie Thompson

Kalon Sheldon

Wil Glover



7th Grade

Tiawna Terkelson

Daphny Chen

Kelsey Cartmell

Kyra Ford

Ermia Butler

Mireya  Conchas Estrada

Luke McDonald

Cheyenne Eby

Trevor Magers

Kila Solomon

Brooke Zander




8th Grade

Abby Williams

Emily Driskel

Cameran Miltenberger

Nick Bower

Elizabeth Johnson

Levi Hogge

Shane Miltenberger

Stanton Schmitz

Manuel Meda

Nick Bower

Maureen Davies

Lily Williams

Kristen Gregg

Lauren Richards

Eli Richerson

Alexis Parker

Jaiden Lemberger

Doria Summerfield

Richard Vaquero

Kylee Zeckman

Kaitlyn Verdin


There's an app for that!

The Pendleton School District is excited to announce the launch of its mobile app. The free app is available on both Apple and Android mobile devices (including cell phones and tablets) by searching for “Pendleton SD” in the app store. The Pendleton School District is the first school district in the region to release a mobile app. 

Read the full aticle from the District here.

Sparks fly at Pendleton assembly

Note: This article originally appeared in the Oct. 16, 2013, edition of the East Oregonian and was written by reporter George Plaven, with photos by EJ Harris.

All Ian Sterry needs to teach the basics of electricity is a balloon, which he rubbed against his hair to excite negatively charged electrons and create static cling.

But the sixth-graders at Sunridge Middle School already knew that trick. They were more interested in the large magnets, model turbine and miniature Tesla coil used to demonstrate more dramatically how and why electricity works.

Sterry, outreach educator with the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, invited students on stage to help with experiments Wednesday as part of a special “Electrifying Science” assembly at the School Commons. Among the sparks and other hair-raising activities, kids learned to differentiate between electrical currents and saw how electricity is generated by renewable sources such as sun, wind and water.

“We may even make some things explode by the end of the day, if all goes well,” Sterry said to a roar of excitement.

OMSI is spending the week traveling to schools across Eastern Oregon, where educators hope to get young students excited about science. Sterry will visit Stanfield Elementary and Sandstone Middle School in Hermiston Thursday, before finishing his tour of the area Friday at McNary Heights Elementary in Umatilla.