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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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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.

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Migrant Students Visit EOU & Earn College Credits

students at EOU CLEP day

A group of 33 high school students from eastern Oregon school districts had the chance to visit Eastern Oregon University on November 13th, and earn some college credit at the same time! The CLEP Day at EOU was organized by the Migrant Education Program of the InterMountain Education Service District (IMESD). In addition to touring the campus and experiencing an actual college class, the students were able to take the CLEP test for Spanish. CLEP stands for College Level Examination Program, an exam that tests a person for college level knowledge of a particular subject; if a person passes the exam, they earn college credit as if they had actually taken the courses.

Kris Mulvihill and Brenda Flores, IMESD’s two Migrant Education Graduation Specialists, organized the event, along with Cristian Anguiano, Outreach Coordinator at EOU. Participating students were from McLoughlin High School (Milton-Freewater Unified School District), Riverside Jr/Sr High and Irrigon Jr/Sr High (Morrow County School District), Umatilla High School (Umatilla School District) and Hermiston High School (Hermiston School District).

According to Mulvihill, all the students who participated earned at least 12 college credits by taking the CLEP test that day and most earned 24 college credits. “This was a wonderful opportunity for our students to not only experience a college campus, but to get a step ahead on college credits before they even go to college,” Mulvihill said. She said although the day was academically focused, there were a lot of smiles and laughs, too.

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