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STEM Programs

STEM Academy is a K-12 after school program held at all three Umatilla locations. Kids participate in 12 hours of after school per week. The learning is a project based, hands on learning experience. This is free for Umatilla students but non district students may also participate at a cost of $250 per session.

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Parent Information

Your source of information is here. Check your student's grades, access lunch menus, supply lists, district calendar dates, and much more.

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Umatilla School District News

District Celebrates Bond Completion

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The Umatilla School District celebrated the completion of its bond projects with two events on Friday, June 7th, a lunch and dinner with tours starting at Clara Brownell Middle School. Many community members enjoyed a meal in the cafeteria along with a summary by Superintendent Heidi Sipe about the exciting updates that have been completed. Bus/walking tours at all three schools were also available. There was an official ribbon cutting on Friday evening as well as the presentation of a $78,000 check from Energy Trust of Oregon.

The bond projects were completed ahead of schedule and under budget, said Sipe. “We are proud of the projects we have accomplished and are excited to show our community the results of their support,” she said.

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Welcome to Umatilla School District

Welcome to the Umatilla School District website. Our purpose is to provide our students with a top quality public education so that they may become the successful, contributing citizens of the future.

Our school district consists of 1360 students, 73 teachers, 64 classified, 6 administrators, 7 supervisory, and 3 confidential staff members. We have three schools: an elementary, a middle and a high school. Our location is at the confluence of the Umatilla and Columbia Rivers, and we are rich in history of Lewis and Clark as well as the Tribes of the Umatilla, Walla Walla, and Cayuse Indians.

Umatilla is a natural transportation hub, as we are located near the river, the railroad, and two interstate highways. While our economic base has primarily been agricultural in the past, we are seeing more diversity these days due, in part, to our proximity to transportation.

You are welcome to peruse our web site. Our school pages contain our curriculum for grades K-12 as well as lists of activities and general school news.

We are proud of our district: our staff is working hard, our students are learning and our community gives us wonderful support.  So please feel welcome to explore our web site and learn more about Umatilla School District.