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Special Advertsing Supplement

Published August 14, 2013


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2013-2014

Table of Contents to Central Oregon Schools BEND/LA PINE SCHOOL DISTRICT

Amity Creek Magnet at Thompson School......4 Bear Creek Elementary.................................4 Buckingham Elementary ................................4 Elk Meadow Elementary ...............................4 Ensworth Elementary ....................................5 High Lakes Elementary ..................................5 Highland Magnet at Kenwood School .......5 R.E. Jewell Elementary....................................5 Juniper Elementary .........................................7 Lava Ridge Elementary ..................................7 Pine Ridge Elementary...................................7 Ponderosa Elementary ..................................7 Three Rivers K-8 School ..............................9 Westside Village Magnet at Kingston School ....9 William E. Miller Elementary..................... 10 Cascade Middle School .............................. 10 High Desert Middle School ....................... 11 Pilot Butte Middle School .......................... 11 Sky View Middle School.............................. 11 Bend Senior High School ........................... 12 Marshall High School .................................. 12 Mountain View High School ...................... 13 Summit High School.................................... 13 La Pine Elementary ...................................... 14 Rosland Elementary .................................... 14 La Pine Middle School................................. 15 La Pine High School .................................... 15 Bend-La Pine Online ................................... 15

REDMOND SCHOOL DISTRICT

John Tuck Elementary.................................. 17 M.A. Lynch Elementary ............................... 17

Sage Elementary ........................................... 17 Terrebonne Elementary ............................. 18 Tom McCall Elementary ............................. 18 Tumalo Community School ....................... 18 Vern Patrick Elementary ............................ 19 Obsidian Middle School ............................. 19 Elton Gregory Middle School ................... 19 Redmond High School................................ 20 Ridgeview High School ............................... 20

CULVER SCHOOL DISTRICT

CROOK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Black Butte School ...................................... 29

Culver Elementary....................................... 28 Culver Middle School ................................. 28 Culver High School ..................................... 28

GILCHRIST

Gilchrist School ............................................ 29

BLACK BUTTE NORTH LAKE

Crooked River Elementary ....................... 22 Ochoco Elementary .................................... 22 Paulina Elementary ...................................... 22 Cecil Sly Elementary ................................... 22 Crook County Middle School .................. 23 Pioneer Alternative High School .............. 23 Crook County High School ...................... 23

JEFFERSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT

Buff Intermediate ......................................... 24 Madras Primary ........................................... 24 Metolius Elementary ................................... 24 Big Muddy School ........................................ 24 Warm Springs Elementary......................... 25 Jefferson County Middle School .............. 25 Madras High School .................................... 25

SISTERS SCHOOL DISTRICT Sisters Elementary ....................................... 27 Sisters Middle School.................................. 27 Sisters High School...................................... 27

North Lake School ...................................... 31

INDEPENDENT SCHOOLS

Cascades Academy ...................................... 31 Central Christian School ........................... 31 Crook County Christian School .............. 32 Deschutes County Montessori School......32 Eastmont Community School................... 32 Morning Star Christian School ................. 33 Powell Butte Charter School.................... 33 Oregon Challenge High School .............. 33 Redmond Proficiency Academy ................ 35 Rimrock Expeditionary Alternative Learning Middle School .......................... 35 Seven Peaks School ..................................... 35 Sisters Christian Academy ......................... 35 St. Francis of Assisi School ......................... 36 St. Thomas Academy .................................... 36 Sonshine Christian School ......................... 36 Sunnyside Montessori ................................. 37 Three Sisters Adventist Christian School ....................................... 37 Trinity Lutheran School .............................. 38 Waldorf School of Bend............................. 38

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Amity Creek Magnet at Thompson School

Bear Creek Elementary

Buckingham Elementary Elk Meadow Elementary

437 NW Wall St., Bend 97701 541-355-2800, www.bend.k12.or.us/AMITY FAST FACTS:

Principal: Carol Hammett Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 178

OUR SCHOOL:

Amity Creek Magnet School at Thompson is rooted in the concept of community — a community of learners encompassing students, families and staff. We are centered around a child–initiated approach to learning and committed to the progress of all members. While Amity Creek Magnet

51 SE 13th St., Bend 97701 541-355-1400, www.bend.k12.or.us/BEARCREEK FAST FACTS:

Principal: Anissa Wiseman Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 617 Student Services: Lisa Birk

OUR SCHOOL:

The mission of Bear Creek Elementary School is to help every student learn every day.We encourage and welcome family and

62560 Hamby Road, Bend 97701 541-355-2600, www.bend.k12.or.us/BUCKINGHAM FAST FACTS:

Principal: Skip Offenhauser Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 479 Student Services:Vanessa Bedford

School meets the same academic requirements as all the district’s elementary schools, it is a fundamentally different kind of school that is organized around a child-initiated approach to learning. It is based on the understanding that each child is uniquely gifted, that children construct their own knowledge, and that learning is a naturally continuous, social progress that results from a child’s engagement with the world.

community support. Bear Creek Elementary holds high expectations for student achievement, student behavior and student success. Our programs promote the arts, celebrate diversity and expand the core curriculum through technology and experiential learning. Our goal is to provide every student the opportunity to exceed and reach their highest capabilities. Bear Creek Elementary is home to the district’s Dual Immersion program.

School recognizes that there are many ways to learn and many successful teaching styles. The teaching teams are devoted to working together to provide every educational opportunity for students to obtain benchmark skills. It is our requirement to fit educational programs to fit the child’s ability and provide instructional s t r a t e g i e s t o fo s t e r improvement.

OUR SCHOOL:

Together as a healthy school community, we will nurture the love of learning in order for students to acquire their foundation skills to build successful futures. Buckingham Elementary

60880 Brookswood Blvd., Bend 97702 541-355-1500, www.bend.k12.or.us/ELKMEADOW FAST FACTS:

Principal: Bruce Reynolds Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 521 Student Services: Carolyn Ervin

OUR SCHOOL:

As an Integrated Arts Focus Program for the Bend-La Pine School District, Elk Meadow Elementary is committed to

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educating the whole child by nourishing the intellectual, social, emotional, physical and artistic development of each student. We are committed to academic excellence and the development of artistic expression. We strive for an equitable learning community that eliminates disparities while fostering divergent thinkers.


a consistent core curriculum, Ensworth offers physical education, music/art and library/technology classes. In September of 2008, a district-wide school-based health clinic opened on a part-time basis at the school.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Gary Timms Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 233

OUR SCHOOL:

Ensworth Elementary School is named after longtime Bend teacher and National Teacher of the Year, Jack Ensworth. This school is a two-story design, featuring 12 classrooms around a central media center. In addition to

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Susan Heberlein Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 625 Student Services: Linda Burley

successful. High Lakes Elementary offers physical education, music, library and technology classes to all students, grades K-5. We also have a very strong art history program that is provided by the High Lakes PTA. It is the dedication and support of our parent volunteers, business partners and highly-qualified staff that make High Lakes Elementary an exceptional place to learn the love of lifelong learning.

OUR SCHOOL:

At High Lakes Elementary School, we believe that all children can learn and experience success. Our teachers work in “Professional Learning Communities” to ensure that all are

FAST FACTS:

into a meaningful context which mirrors real life by using the Scottish Storyline Method.The Storyline Method is an innovative approach with proven success that’s used worldwide. It is based on the theory that all learning is guided by one’s prior knowledge and experience and that learners construct their own meanings through action and experience.

Principal: Paul Dean Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 389

OUR SCHOOL:

Highland Magnet at Kenwood School is a caring community of students, parents and teachers who work, plan and learn together to create responsible, caring, well-educated members of our community. During a specific time segment each day, basic skills and curriculum determined by the district are integrated

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Kimberly Camren Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 576 Student Services: Kelle Hildebrandt

OUR SCHOOL:

The mission of R.E. Jewell Elementary School is to provide a positive, safe and supportive learning environment for all children. While students at R.E. Jewell are very involved with learning the foundational skills of reading, writing and math, they are also busy expanding their experiences in many other areas, such as

art, music, health and fitness, social studies and science. Our staff is dedicated to the task of supporting all students as they work toward reaching their full potential. As a child’s first and most important educator, we invite parents to join us in this endeavor.

R.E. Jewell Elementary

20550 Murphy Road, Bend 97702 541-355-2100, www.bend.k12.or.us/JEWELL

Highland Magnet at Kenwood School

701 NW Newport Ave., Bend 97701 541-355-1900, www.bend.k12.or.us/HIGHLAND

High Lakes Elementary

2500 NW High Lakes Loop, Bend 97701 541-355-1700, www.bend.k12.or.us/HIGHLAKES

Ensworth Elementary

2150 NE Daggett Lane, Bend 97701 541-355-1600, www.bend.k12.or.us/ENSWORTH

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FAST FACTS:

Principal: Dan Wolnick Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 555 Student Services: Maria Madden

collaborate and create in new ways that support academic excellence. We celebrate our culturally diverse school community. Additionally, we have the regional hearing impaired program along with the district self-contained TAG fourth-grade and fifth-grade classrooms. Our staff, parents and students are actively engaged in our school community and united in providing a safe, nurturing environment where all children can attain high standards.

OUR SCHOOL:

Juniper Elementary School is a Technology Magnet School. Technology is integrated into instruction and student projects that are student centered, experiential and collaborative. Students will learn how to communicate,

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Jon Lindsay Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 570 Student Services: Ned Myers

on the welfare of students first; promoting a safe and secure learning environment; using the best information available to drive effective and challenging instruction; treating students, parents, and colleagues with respect at all times; establishing clearly defined high expectations for achievement and behavior; and connecting learning and life experiences.

OUR SCHOOL:

The purpose of Lava Ridge Elementary School is to educate all children to reach their full potential and become lifelong learners. The staff of Lava Ridge Elementary will achieve our purpose by following these Guiding Principles: making decisions based Through volunteer and fundraising efforts and support by our PTA, we are able to supplement our curriculum with field trips, visiting authors, the Art Masters program, assemblies and other extension activities.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Kevin Gehrig Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 614

OUR SCHOOL:

Pine Ridge is committed to supporting each other to achieve our potential in a positive, safe learning community. We focus on creating a safe, welcoming environment for students and families. In addition to a consistent core curriculum, Pine Ridge offers physical education, music and library classes.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Steve Austin Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 561 Student Services: Brooke Davis

OUR SCHOOL:

Ponderosa Elementary School opened its doors for the first time in 2008.The school is situated on approximately 10 acres northeast of Bend with picturesque views of the mountains and Pilot Butte. Experience a school where kids come first. Ponderosa

staff recognizes that there are many ways to learn and many successful teaching styles.The building is designed to cluster-group the grade levels into four separate wings to focus on the Oregon grade level benchmark skills.All staff members are highly qualified with updated technology instructional skills, national best teaching practices to teach to the whole child. Art, music, physical education, project-based instruction and enrichment activities are considered an integral part of the educational journey. Extreme care is given to provide the best education for each and every child.

Ponderosa Elementary

3790 NE Purcell Blvd., Bend 97702 541-355-4300, www.bend.k12.or.us/PONDEROSA

Pine Ridge Elementary

19840 Hollygrape Street, Bend 97702 541-355-2700, www.bend.k12.or.us/PINERIDGE

Lava Ridge Elementary

20805 Cooley Road, Bend 97701 541-355-2400, www.bend.k12.or.us/LRES

Juniper Elementary

1300 NE Norton Ave., Bend 97701 541-355-1800, www.bend.k12.or.us/JUNIPER

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Sisters School Based Health Center

REDMOND

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LA PINE La Pine Community Campus Building

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Deschutes County Health Services

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FAST FACTS:

Principal: Gayle Vidal Grades: K-8 Student Enrollment: 235 Student Services: Josh Marks

Three Rivers K-8 School is a place of hope, opportunity and growth. ATTEND ... to each student’s academic, social, physical and emotional needs, focusing on lifelong skills. CREATE ... a school community that is safe, loving and challenging. DEVELOP ... mutual respect and communication among students, parents and staff.

held accountable to high academic standards. Staff brings their passion for learning to children by co-creating a program that is nurturing, stimulating and democratic. WVMS is a mixed-age K-8 school.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Wendy Winchel Grades: K-8 Student Enrollment: 258

OUR SCHOOL:

An open and inviting atmosphere characterizes Westside Village Magnet at Kingston School, where parents and community actively participate together. Diverse learners prosper and grow within a fun and academic environment. Students are

Westside Village Magnet at Kingston School

1101 NW 12th St., Bend 97701 541-355-2000, www.bend.k12.or.us/WESTSIDE

OUR SCHOOL:

Three Rivers K-8 School

56900 Enterprise Dr., Sunriver 97707 541-355-3000, www.bend.k12.or.us/THREERIVERS

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William E. Miller Elementary

Cascade Middle School

300 NW Crosby Dr., Bend 97701 541-355-2500, www.bend.k12.or.us/MILLER FAST FACTS:

indigenous plants and habitat, or recycling) as part of the curriculum. “Sustainability” is a key concept. The school is also pursuing other science opportunities for all students as well as augment the school’s science focus for the students. Parents and community members are welcome at all times at the school.

Principal: Steven Hill Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 585 Student Services: Jennifer Healy

OUR SCHOOL:

William E. Miller Elementary School opened in the fall of 2009. The school construction complied with guidelines from the “Leadership in Energy and Environment Designs” (LEED). Each grade level has an environmental science unit (alternative energy, composting and gardening, water conservation,

19619 Mountaineer Way, Bend 97702 541-355-7000, www.bend.k12.or.us/CASCADE FAST FACTS:

Principal: Stephanie Bennett Assistant Principal: Stephen DuVal Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 862

OUR SCHOOL:

Cascade Middle School is committed to academic excellence, offering a student-centered education that develops positive self-esteem and desire for lifelong learning in an environment of respect and trust.The focus for the 2013-14 school year includes:

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meeting Bend-La Pine strategic plan objectives of at least 90 percent of students meeting or exceeding Oregon’s state standards, and providing a learning environment where all students demonstrate integrity, responsible citizenship and meaningful involvement in their school and community; building and maintaining a partnership between Cascade parents and staff for the benefit of our students.


grade classrooms, identified as “Houses.” Students are heterogeneously grouped in one of these smaller learning communities prior to beginning sixth grade and remain in the same House for three years.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Gary DeFrang Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 749

OUR SCHOOL:

The mission of High Desert Middle School is to empower our school community to thrive educationally and emotionally. High Desert has four separate areas of the school that contain sixth, seventh and eighth

classes designed to springboard students toward living, learning and leading in our fast-changing world. Our hope is to introduce students to collaborate with other students and teachers around the world as they develop and interact with the global learning community. Our teachers are committed to enrich all students’ gifts, and to nurture those talents using a variety of hands-on teaching strategies.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Michael Hecker Assistant Principal: Teri Friesen Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 639

OUR SCHOOL:

Pilot Butte Middle School has a commitment to excellent learning and challenging opportunities. We have a goal to implement and teach the latest tools in technology and offer

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Scott Edmondson Assistant Principal: Brian Uballez Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 751

OUR SCHOOL:

Successful: “Providing a successful learning environment.” Valued:“Valuing the uniqueness and gifts of every student.” Motivated: “Motivating students to be life-long learners.” Students: “Empowering students to become critical and independent thinkers.” “The Sky is the Limit”

Sky View Middle School

63555 18th Street, Bend 97701 541-355-7600, www.bend.k12.or.us/SVMS

Pilot Butte Middle School

1501 NE Neff Rd., Bend 97701 541-355-7400, www.bend.k12.or.us/PBMS

High Desert Middle School

61111 27th St., Bend 97702 541-355-7200, www.bend.k12.or.us/HDMS

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American Montessori Society Affiliated School 520 SW Powerhouse Dr. Suite 624 541-633-7299 • www.drmskids.com

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Bend Senior High School Marshall High School

230 NE 6th Street, Bend 97701 541-355-3700, www.bend.k12.or.us/BSH

challenged to realize their potential. Philosophically, we believe in academic achievement as the primary focus of our school.We believe cooperation among students, staff, parents and community is essential.We believe in decisions based on what is best for students.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: HD Weddel Assistant Principal: Chris Reese Assistant Principal: Brian Crook Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 1,502

OUR SCHOOL:

The mission of Bend Senior High School is to provide a secure academic environment in which all participants are

1291 NE 5th Street, Bend 97701 541-355-3500, www.bend.k12.or.us/MARSHALL

maximizes the potential of each individual student. Our school is special because we believe that some students learn in an unconventional fashion and their academic program has to be tailored to meet their needs. Our staff responds to the individual needs of our students and provides the opportunities that are fundamental to their education.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Julie Linhares Student Services: Frank Hanson Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 186

OUR SCHOOL:

Marshall High School is a learning community, which acknowledges the diverse abilities, beliefs and challenges of our students.We are here to provide a secure and supportive environment that encourages relevant lifelong learning and

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FAST FACTS:

Principal: Kathryn Legace Assistant Principal: Sean Corrigan Assistant Principal: Scott Olszewski Grades: 9–12 Student Enrollment: 1,275

OUR SCHOOL:

Our mission is to prepare each student with the knowledge, skills, confidence and personal integrity to be a thriving citizen in an ever-changing, global society by assuring the highest quality education that honors unique talents and individual differences through a range of challenging opportunities.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Alice DeWittie Assistant Principal: Jay Etnier Assistant Principal: Michael McDonald Student Enrollment: 1,328 Grades: 9-12

mathematics, science, social studies and arts (applied, music and visual) departments. In addition, we offer two national programs of Project Lead the Way: Biomedicine and Engineering. Summit is able to offer students four years of language instruction in Spanish, French, Japanese and Chinese. Summit embraces multiple avenues of learning through online, hybrid and seatbased instruction. At Summit, our mission is to prepare our students to transform their world!

OUR SCHOOL:

Summit High School has been state and nationally recognized for its academic, athletic and activities success.We offer standard and honors courses, including Advanced Placement in our English,

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2855 NW Clearwater Drive, Bend 97701 541-355-4000, www.bend.k12.or.us/SHS

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2755 NE 27th Street, Bend 97701 541-355-4400, www.bend.k12.or.us/MVHS

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La Pine Elementary Rosland Elementary

51615 Coach Road, La Pine 97739 541-355-8000, www.bend.k12.or.us/LPES

school pride, mutual respect and a nurturing environment that is safe, welcoming and accepting for all who enter. We are a confident, supportive team providing a learning atmosphere with high standards and expectations conducive to the success of every child.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Tammy Doty Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 404 Student Services: Michelle Jeffcott

OUR SCHOOL:

The faculty at La Pine Elementary believes in a positive, committed group of staff, children, parents and community members working together. Our goal is to promote

52350 Yaeger Way, La Pine 97739 541-355-8100, www.bend.k12.or.us/ROSLAND

with guidelines from the “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” (LEED).The staff at Rosland is committed to providing each student with a safe, positive and quality learning environment so that each student soars to their highest potential.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Rochelle Williams Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 177

OUR SCHOOL:

Welcome to Bend-La Pine Schools’ newest elementary school — home of the Rosland “Rockets” where our motto is “Grounded in the Past ... Soaring to the Future.” Rosland’s school construction complies

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16360 First St., La Pine 97739 541-355-8200, www.bend.k12.or.us/LPMS

FAST FACTS:

OUR SCHOOL:

We are committed to providing all students with behavioral, academic and technical skills required to be successful not only in high school but in the 21st century. We believe that middle school children have special needs that are different from those of elementary or high school children. It is the shared responsibility of the student body, the staff, the parents and the community to nurture individual abilities and provide learning opportunities that empower students to become self-directed learners and productive citizens.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Matt Montgomery Assistant Principal: Anne-Marie Lessard Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 427 be accepted into our programs with respect and positive regard. Our classrooms will provide student-centered environments focused on clearly supporting and encouraging learning as our first priority, thus allowing students to reach their fullest potential.

520 NW Wall, Bend, OR 97701 541-355-1050, www.bendlapineonline.com

online learning and home schooling coursework as well as access to hundreds of free online classes for students of all ages. In addition, students can create custom class schedules that meet their academic needs and interests. All courses are accredited and taught by the nation’s best source matter experts. Students have the flexibility to work at their own pace and on their own schedule as well as having access to Bend-La Pine Schools athletics and activities programs. There is also a mastery-based learning option for accelerated learners and intuitive, visual online parent tools for all learners.

We are committed to providing all students with the behavioral, academic and technical skills required to reason, communicate and live with dignity in a literate society.This means every student will

FAST FACTS:

Administrator: Shay Mikalson Grades: K-12 Mentor: Tres Tyvand Student Enrollment: 2,000 total participants 200 full-time students

OUR SCHOOL:

Offers curricular options that complement full- or part-time

Bend-La Pine Online

OUR SCHOOL:

La Pine High School

51633 Coach Road, La Pine 97739 541-355-8400, www.bend.k12.or.us/LPHS

La Pine Middle School

Principal: Jim Boen Dean of Students: Dave Williams Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 292

The mission at Sunnyside Montessori is to cultivate the human potential in an authentic Montessori program. At our school, students demonstrate a respect and love for themselves, others and their world. Our program serves students ages 5-9.

“An independent elementary school for guided learning”

*SMALL CLASS SIZE *FULL DAY KINDERGARTEN Lower elementary classes held at the First United Methodist Church in downtown Bend.

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Registration Dates: First Day of School:

academic excellence and social responsibility with mutual respect, trust and encouragement.

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FAST FACTS:

Principal: Dave Perdue Grades: K-5 Mascot: Tornados

MISSION STATEMENT:

John Tuck Elementary

209 NW 10th Street, Redmond 97756 541-923-4884 www.redmond.k12.or.us/tuck

Together we are committed to promote individual

Registration Dates: First Day of School:

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to meet the social, academic and behavioral needs of our students. Parents and community members are welcome partners in the educational process. Together, we provide a safe and caring environment for children to learn while at the same time present a challenging and appropriate curriculum.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Desiree Margo Grades: K-5 Mascot: Lion Cubs

MISSION STATEMENT:

M.A. Lynch Elementary

1314 SW Kalama Ave., Redmond 97756 541-923-4876 www.redmond.k12.or.us/lynch

At Lynch Elementary, we strive to put children first.We work

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FAST FACTS:

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Principal: Carolyn Espinosa

Grades: K-5 Mascot: Owls

MISSION STATEMENT:

Through the combined efforts of staff, families and the community, Sage Elementary School will provide a positive, caring environment where we take risks, persevere and celebrate success. We are committed to engaging learners in the pursuit of academic and ethical excellence within our greater world.

Sage Elementary

2790 SW Wickiup Ave., Redmond 97756 www.redmond.k12.or.us/sage

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Terrebonne Community School

Tom McCall Elementary Tumalo Comm. School

1199 B Ave., Terrebonne 97760 541-923-4856 www.redmond.k12.or.us/terrebonne Registration Dates: First Day of School:

lifelong learners through unique strategies that strengthen multiple intelligences.

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FAST FACTS:

Principal: Tom Yahraes Grades: K-8 Mascot: Cougars

MISSION STATEMENT:

At Terrebonne Community, we create an inspiring, safe learning community for developing positive leaders and

1200 NW Upas Ave Redmond 97756 541-526-6400 www.redmond.k12.or.us/mccall Registration Dates: First Day of School:

MISSION STATEMENT:

“Giving students both roots and wings”

Call school to inquire Sept. 3: Grades 2-6, Sept. 5: Grades K-1

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Drew Frank Grades: K-5 Mascot: Mustangs

19835 2nd Street, Bend 97701 541-382-2853 www.redmond.k12.or.us/tumalo Registration Dates: First Day of School:

Call school to inquire Sept. 3: Grades 2-6, Sept. 5: Grades K-1

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Justin Nicklous Grades: K-8 Mascot: Tigers

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MISSION STATEMENT:

Tumalo School, in partnership with the home and community, is committed to developing self-motivated individuals who value and pursue lifelong learning and who can function with personal character and integrity in our society.


Registration Dates: First Day of School:

Vern Patrick Elementary

3001 SW Obsidian Ave., Redmond 97756 541-923-4830 www.redmond.k12.or.us/patrick Call school to inquire Sept. 3: Grades 2-6, Sept. 5: Grades K-1

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Kristen Rooney-Gleeson Grades: K-5 Mascot: Panther Cubs

MISSION STATEMENT:

Our school is committed to developing self-motivated individuals who value and pursue lifelong learning and who can function with personal character and integrity in our society.

Registration Dates: First Day of School:

Call school to inquire Sept. 3: Grade 6 Sept. 4: Grades 7-8

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Sandra Harris

Registration Dates: First Day of School:

Call school to inquire Sept. 3: Grade 6 Sept. 4: Grades 7-8

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Tracie Renwick Assistant Principal: Marc Horner Grades: 6-8 Mascott: Huskies

MISSION STATEMENT:

Elton Gregory is designed to bridge the gap between elementary and high school. Our programs and activities take into account the unique needs of the group of students between 11 and 14 years old and have been

MISSION STATEMENT:

In a supportive and safe environment of mutual respect and cooperation, Obsidian Middle School will provide opportunities for each student to become a lifelong learner and communicate effectively in an ever changing multicultural society.Through the collective efforts of the school and community, students will demonstrate a commitment to their community, nation and world.

created to help the young adolescent move successfully through these transitional years. We believe that in a supportive and safe environment of mutual respect and cooperation, our middle school will provide opportunities for each student to become a lifelong learner and a responsible contributing member of society.

Elton Gregory Middle School

1220 NW Upas Ave., Redmond 97756 541-526-6440 www.redmond.k12.or.us/gregory

Assistant Principal: Andy Martin Grades: 6-8 Mascot: Wolves

Obsidian Middle School

1335 SW Obsidian Ave., Redmond 97756 541-923-4900 www.redmond.k12.or.us/obsidian

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Redmond High School Ridgeview High School

675 SW Rimrock Way, Redmond 97756 541-923-4800 www.redmond.k12.or.us/rhs First Day of School:

Sept. 3: Grades 9 Sept. 4: Grades 10-12

FAST FACTS:

Counseling Offices: 541-923-4807 Activities/Athletics Office: 541-923-4806

MISSION STATEMENT:

Redmond High School is dedicated to preparing students for success in the 21st Century by providing a comprehensive curriculum that is relevant and based on active participation by students.

Principal: Dr. Nicole MacTavish Assistant Principal: Tony Pupo Assistant Principal: Tami Nakamura Grades: 9-12 Mascot: Panthers Administrative Offices: 541-923-4800 Attendance Office: 541-923-4805

4555 SW Elkhorn, Redmond 97756 541-504-3600 www.redmond.k12.or.us/ridgeview First Day of School:

Sept. 3: Grades 9 Sept. 4: Grades 10-12

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Lee Loving Assistant Principal: Jensine Lirette Grades: 9-12 Mascot: Ravens

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MISSION STATEMENT:

Ridgeview High School is dedicated to preparing students for success in the 21st Century by providing a comprehensive curriculum that is relevant and based on active participation by students.


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Crooked River Elementary

Ochoco Elementary Paulina Elementary Cecil Sly Elementary

(Primary) 641 NE First Street 541-447-6488 (Intermediate) 640 NE Third Street 541-447-5189 Prineville, 97754 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us

MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission statement identifies what we believe, what we aspire to do, what we should do, and why we should be doing it. It gives us the basis for making decisions concerning student progress. “Dream, Learn, Interact, Succeed, Create, and Have Fun!” are the ingredients that inspire today’s students to meet 21st Century challenges and is thus, our mission.

Registration Dates: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. August 19-22 First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Cheri Rasmussen Student Enrollment: 322 Colors: Red/Black/White

Grades: K-5 Classroom Teachers: 12 Mascot: Cougar

440 NW Madras Highway Prineville 97754 541-447-5211 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us

Colors: Blue/White Mascot: Mustangs

MISSION STATEMENT:

Improve academic achievement for all students in a safe and efficient environment.

Registration Dates: 8 a.m.-4 p.m. August 19-22 First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: David Robinson Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 380 Classroom Teachers: 13

70050 SE Paulina City Road Paulina 97751 541-447-3182 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us Registration Dates: 8 a.m.-3 p.m., Aug. 21-22 First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Color: Royal Blue & White Mascot: Buckaroo School Hours: 8:10 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

MISSION STATEMENT:

The mission of Paulina School is to provide a safe environment where every member of our school community works together to provide the necessary support for all students to reach high levels of academic growth as determined by state standards.

Principal: Kurt Sloper Grades: K-8 Student Enrollment: 28 Classroom Teachers: 2

1400 SE Second Prineville 97754 541-447-7675 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us Registration Dates: 9 a.m.-3 p.m. starting Aug. 14-29 First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Jim Bates Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 437 Classroom Teachers: 15

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Colors: Blue & Yellow Mascot: Coyotes

MISSION STATEMENT:

Our mission is to help students reach their goals in an environment committed to learning, safety, community and fun.


MISSION STATEMENT:

At Crook County Middle School, we work together to accomplish high student achievement for all students in a learning environment where the entire school community feels important and valued and are treated with dignity and respect, while constantly striving for improvement.

Registration Dates: Aug 19: (new),Aug 22 (6th) & Aug 23 (7th-8th) First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Kurt Sloper Assistant Principal: Kimberly Bonner Grades: 6–8 Student Enrollment: 623 Classroom Teachers: 28 Colors: Blue & Gold Mascot: Colts

MISSION STATEMENT:

Registration Dates: All Students, Aug. 22-23, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

• Individual responsibility for academic achievement and conduct. • Key life skills including goal setting and effective communication. • Self-reliance and productive citizenship. • Decision-making based on measured results.

FAST FACTS:

Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 45 Classroom Teachers: 2 Principal: Michelle Jonas

Registration Dates: Aug. 19 (New) Aug. 22-23 (General Registration) First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Michelle Jonas Assistant Principal: Joel Hoff Athletic Director: Rob Bonner Grades: 9-12 Enrollment: 800 Classroom Teachers: 34 Colors: Blue & Gold Mascot: Cowboy

Pioneer High School serves students in grades 9-12 with programs including diploma completion, General Educational Development (GED) preparation, and credit recovery.

MISSION STATEMENT:

Crook County High School bases its educational structure on: philosophy—all students can learn; goal—help all students reach their full educational potential; commitment—provide a rigorous and relevant education; outcomes—students will be prepared for past high school success, in either college, comm. college, trade school or the military.

Crook County High School

1100 SE Lynn Blvd., Prineville 97754 541-416-6900 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us

To benefit the individual student and the community as a whole, Pioneer High School provides an option for academic success in an alternative setting that promotes:

Pioneer Alternative High School

297 NE Holly, Prineville 97754 541-447-1268 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us

Crook County Middle School

100 NE Knowledge Prineville 97754 541-447-6283 www.crookcounty.k12.or.us

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Buff Intermediate Madras Primary Metolius Elementary Big Muddy School

375 SE Buff Street Madras 97741 541-475-2457 www.jcsd.k12.or.us

MISSION STATEMENT:

To nurture the intellectual, social and physical growth of children as they develop into self-reliant, cooperative, and productive adults.

First Day of School: Sept. 9 (Grades 3-5)

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Rosalynn Jaeger Grades: 3-5 Student Enrollment: 330 Classroom Teachers: 12 Specialty Teachers: 8

215 SE 10th St. Madras 97741 541-475-3520 www.jcsd.k12.or.us

MISSION STATEMENT:

The staff at Madras Primary is dedicated to reviewing current educational practices and adopting instructional programs and philosophies that provide the best educational setting for all our students.

First Day of School: Sept. 9 (Grades K - 2)

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Deborah Hunt Grades: K-2 Student Enrollment: 388 Classroom Teachers: 16 Specialty Teachers: 7

420 Butte Avenue Metolius 97741 541-546-3104 or 541-546-6356 www.jcsd.k12.or.us

First Day of School: Sept. 9 (Grades K-5)

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Craig Morgan Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 292 Classroom Teachers: 12 Specialty Teachers: 5

MISSION STATEMENT:

We are committed to bringing the community and school together to benefit the growth of the child.

One Muddy Road, P.O. Box 220 Antelope 97001 541-475-6192 (District Office) www.jcsd.k12.or.us

FAST FACTS:

First Day of School: Sept. 9 (Grades 1-6) Sept. 11 (7-8) Registration: Aug. 29

MISSION STATEMENT:

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Principal: To Be Announced Grades: K-8 Student Enrollment: 13 Classroom Teachers: 1 Take the challenge. Make it happen.


MISSION STATEMENT:

Take the challenge. Make it happen.

First Day of School: Sept. 9 (Grades 1-5)

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Dawn Smith Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 440 Classroom Teachers: 17 Specialty Teachers: 5

MISSION STATEMENT:

To provide a respectful and safe place where students, staff, parents and community of Jefferson County meet and work together to accept and motivate each other to do their best.

First Day of School: Sept. 9 (Grade 6), Sept. 10 (Grades 7-8)

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Simon White Vice Principals: Trevor Flaherty, Diane Dominiak Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 650 Classroom Teachers: 25 Specialty Teachers: 16

First Day of School: Grade 9: Sept. 9; Grades 10-12: Sept. 10

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Sarah Braman-Smith Vice Principal: Nate Tyler Vice Principal: Paul Navarra, Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 744 Classroom Teachers: 72

MISSION STATEMENT:

To nurture the intellectual, social, and physical growth of children as they develop into self-reliant, cooperative, and productive adults.

Madras High School

390 10th Street, Madras 97741 541-475-7265 www.jcsd.k12.or.us

Jefferson County Middle School

1180 SE Kemper Way Madras 97741 541-475-7253 www.jcsd.k12.or.us

Warm Springs Elementary

1114 Wasco Street Warm Springs 97761 541-553-1128 www.jcsd.k12.or.us

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611 East Cascade, Sisters 97759 541-549-8981 Beginning August 19, 2013

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL:

Tuesday, Sept. 3 for Grades 1-4 Monday, Sept. 9 for Kindergarten

FAST FACTS:

Director: Mark Stewart Grades: K-4 Student Enrollment: 310

SCHOOL PROFILE:

Sisters Elementary

REGISTRATION:

in the arts and academics.There is a strong emphasis in making learning fun and in maintaining a respectful, safe environment. In addition to regular classroom instruction, students can expand strategic problem solving skills and science knowledge through recess activities such as robotics, chess club, garden club and computer club.

Sisters Elementary is a high performing academic school enriched by generous community support. The school provides a well-rounded curriculum

encourages respect, service, accountability, trustworthiness, a healthy lifestyle and a community spirit; fosters critical thinking and excellence in academic performance; inspires creativity and individual expression; and develops inquisitive, self-directed learners.

NEW STUDENT REGISTRATION:

Aug. 19-23, 1-3 p.m. Office Hours beginning Aug. 19; Mon - Fri, 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL:

Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2013 for all students

FAST FACTS:

Director: Marshall Jackson Grades: 5-8 Student Enrollment: 330 Colors: Black & White

Sisters Middle School

15200 McKenzie Hwy Sisters 97759 541-549-2099

PHILOSOPHY:

Sisters Middle School is a safe, caring and environment that

SCHEDULE CHANGES:

Aug. 19-23 from 1 - 3 p.m.

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL:

Wednesday, Sept. 4 for all students (Freshman Orientation: Sept. 3, 7:45 a.m. - 3 p.m.)

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Joe Hosang Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 491 Colors: White & Black Mascot: Outlaws, Mustang Horse

CORE BELIEFS:

We want Sisters High School to be a caring community that sets and achieves high standards, where learning is positive and engaging, and students feel comfortanble and capable.

Sisters High School

1700 W McKinney Butte Rd. Sisters 97759 541-549-4045

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Culver High School

Culver Middle School

Culver Elementary

310 W “E” Street, Culver 97734 541-546-6861 Registration Dates: Call the school to inquire First Day of School: Sept. 4 Superintendent: Stefanie Garber

intellectual growth • Recognizes each person’s individual worth • Provides a safe environment physically and mentally • Celebrates success • Employs highly qualified staff • Embraces parent and community involvement

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Stefanie Garber Grades: K-5 Student Enrollment: 275 Classroom Teachers: 12 Specialty Teachers: 6

MISSION STATEMENT:

In the spirit of partnership with families, we help every child feel safe, loved and academically challenged. We strive to provide students with an education that: • Fosters pride and responsibility • Establishes a climate of dignity and respect for all • Promotes academic excellence and continual

215 W. “F” Street, Culver 97734 541-546-3090

in math, language arts, social studies, science, health, physical education, technology, art and music. In addition, we provide a wide variety of extra-curricular activities for our students.

Registration Dates: Aug. 13 First Day of School: Sept. 4 Superintendent: Stefanie Garber

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Brad Kudlac Grades: 6-8 Student Enrollment: 175 Classroom Teachers: 6 Specialty Teachers: 5

PROGRAM STATEMENT:

In all we do, we promote and share class, dignity and respect. Culver Middle School is designed to provide age-appropriate transition from self-contained elementary classrooms to the more independent structure of high school. Sixth grade students are in self-contained curriculum-based groups for the majority of their days. Seventh and eighth graders have subject area specialists

710 Fifth Street, Culver 97734 541-546-2251 Registration Dates: Aug. 13 First Day of School: Sept. 4 (Freshmen Only); Sept. 5 (10-12) Superintendent: Stefanie Garber

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Tim Fields Grades: 9-12 Student Enrollment: 210 Classroom Teachers: 14

PHILOSOPHY STATEMENT:

Every student of Culver School District will: • Be educated and inspired by an excellent staff who says, “I believe in you.” • Graduate with success in academics, a community connection and college credit. We strive to prepare students for life as responsible citizens, as life-long learners and as suitable applicants for employment in the

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21st century workforce or post high school education. We are proud of our academic programs, co-curricular programs and our extra-curricular programs. As we strive to prepare our students for their future, we are offering more college prep programs as well as enhancing our school to work career-related programs.


P.O. Box 668, 201 Mountain View Dr. Gilchrist 97737 541-433-2295 (Middle & High School) 541-433-9403 (Elementary)

GOAL:

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Kevin McDaniel Academic Manager: Lee Maxwell Enrollment: 180 Grades: K-12 School Colors: Forest Green & Gold Mascot: Grizzly Bear

MISSION STATEMENT:

Gilchrist School has established respect, responsibility, literacy and lifelong learning as our core values.The mission for Gilchrist School is “Education for the Future.”

Registration Dates: Aug. 26-29 First Day of School: Sept. 3 Last Day of School: June 9, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Grades: K-8 Projected Enrollment: 26 Teachers: 4 Vol Hours: Equiv. of 2 teachers Business Manager/District Clerk: Jennifer Severeide HeadTeacher: Carol Dixon Teachers: Ethan Barrons, Stephanie Blakelock, Sam Pierce HISTORY: Black Butte School, located in the heart of the Metolius Basin, has been in continuous operation since the early 1880s.

MISSION STATEMENT:

The Black Butte School Board intends that its students develop t h e s k i l l s a n d k n ow l e d g e necessary for future educational experience, for lifelong learning, and for decision making in the 21st Century. The curriculum is taught in a challenging but noncompetitive atmosphere. We seek balance between structure and flexibility, between tradition and innovation, and between the popular and the tested teaching methods.

Black Butte School

U.S.F.S. Road 1419, P.O. Box 150 Camp Sherman 97730 541-595-6203, www.blackbutte.k12.or.us

Gilchrist Schools

The ultimate goal for Gilchrist School (K-12) is for students’ performance on the Oregon Statewide Assessments to improve in all academic areas. The staff and community will work together to provide for all students a learning environment where they are safe, treated with dignity, and free from ridicule.

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Registration Dates: Aug. 21 - 22, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. First Day of School: Sept. 5 Last Day of School: June 13, 2013 School Hours: Monday-Thursday, 7:45 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.

FAST FACTS:

Superintendent/Principal: David Kerr Vice Principal: Carol Dowsett Teachers: 18 Reading Specialist: Toni Collins School Counselor: Cathy Libolt

MISSION STATEMENT:

The district is dedicated to an educational foundation providing the tools, motivation and discipline to encourage the development of students, staff and community and to provide a personal, consistent and caring education that will prepare all students to become wellrounded and to realize their maximum potential.

GENERAL INFORMATION:

North Lake School District is located in a rural farming community

19860 Tumalo Reservoir Rd., Bend 97701, 541-382-0699, www.cascadesacademy.org FAST FACTS:

Head of School: Blair Jenkins Associate Head of School: Julie Amberg Grades: Preschool-12 Student Enrollment: 170 Teachers: 20 Accredited by: Advanced Ed & NWAIS • New 21-acre campus opening Sept. 2013

MISSION STATEMENT:

Cascades Academy weaves a challenging academic program with a broad range of shared experiences and recognizes each individual in a community of inspired students, talented teachers and involved parents.

Registration Dates: Ongoing; First Day of School: Sept. 3

FAST FACTS:

Head Administrator: Elisa Carlson Assistant Administrator: Melissa Phillips Grades: PreK-12th Student Enrollment: 250 Accreditation: ACSI and NWAC Sports Affiliation: OSAA

PURPOSE STATEMENT:

Central Christian School glorifies God by sharing in dynamic relationships established through the education of students in a Christ-centered, academically excellent environment. Students are

Our curriculum emphasizes rigorous academics, experiential learning, outdoor education and service learning. Small class sizes (target size: 15-18 students) create a secure learning environment and foster individualized learning. The school aims to find the right balance of challenge and support that allows each student to reach his or her own potential. The curriculum includes art, Spanish, music, Storyline, travel, P.E. (including skiing) and technology. Positive student-teacher relationships and parent involvement foster a close-knit school community.

TUITION:

Our Flexible Tuition Program allows families to pay what they can afford to pay for tuition. Full tuition is $11,500 for grades PK-12. In addition, merit scholarships are available for high school students.

fully equipped to function effectually as Christ followers in their community by passionately pursuing the mind of Christ, fostering relationships and manifesting servant leadership.

TUITION:

Pre-K (3 years): $1,444 Pre-K (4 years): $1,892 Kindergarten: $2,718 1st-6th: $4,793 7th-8th: $5,153 9th-12th: $5,600

Central Christian School

2234 SE Sixth Street, PO Box 639 Redmond 97756 • 541-548-7803 www.centralchristianschools.com

PHILOSOPHY:

Cascades Academy

Registration Dates: Ongoing; First Day of School: Sept. 9

approximately 50 miles southeast of La Pine in the high desert of Lake County. The school district has an enrollment of about 245 students K-12. The building is centrally located between the communities of Fort Rock, Silver Lake and Christmas Valley.

North Lake School

57566 Fort Rock Rd., Silver Lake 97638 541-576-2121, www.nlake.k12.or.us

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Crook County Christian School Deschutes River Montessori School Eastmont Community School

839 S. Main St., Prineville 97754 541-416-0114 www.crookcountychristianschool.com e-mail: cccswarriors@qwestoffice.net Registration Dates: Now registering First Day of School: August 26; Last Day of School: May 23, 2014

student-related, and life-centered.

TUITION:

Tuition for the 2013-14 school year is as follows: Preschool $1,500; Kindergarten $1,600; Grades 1-5 $2,650; Grades 6-8 $2,800. Families enrolling more than one student will receive a 10 percent discount on each additional family member.

FAST FACTS:

Administrator: Gary Shankles Grades: Pre - Grade 8 Enrollment: 75 Classroom Teachers: 8

MISSION STATEMENT:

“Wisdom is the principle thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting, get understanding.” – Proverbs 4:7 Our program, laid upon this cornerstone, has four sides. Our curriculum and instructions are Christ-centered, Bible-based,

520 SW Powerhouse Drive, Suite 624 Bend 97702 541-633-7299 www.drmskids.com emay@drmskids.com FAST FACTS:

Director: Elaine May Ages/Grades: 18 months - Kindergarten Enrollment: 48 Morning and Full-day programs, extended care options, vacation and summer sessions.

MISSION STATEMENT:

the careful execution of the Montessori philosophy and pedagogy. By maintaining a carefully-prepared environment and dedicated guidance, Deschutes River Montessori School strives to support children and foster their growth emotionally, socially, cognitively and physically, enabling them to grow to their fullest potential.

Deschutes River Montessori School is dedicated to providing children with an exceptional early school experience through

TUITION:

62425 Eagle Road, Bend 97701 541-382-2049

TUITION:

Registration Dates: Ongoing First Day of School: Sept. 4; Last Day of School: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Lonna Carnahan Grades: PK3 - 5th Grade Teachers: 17 Teachers Aides: 3

MISSION STATEMENT:

Eastmont Community School provides a quality education through: a Christ-centered environment; a strong academic focus emphasizing reading, writing, mathematics, and the sciences; uses Core Knowledge Curriculum; parental involvement; small class sizes; community projects/field trips; and fostering the development of the whole child by including instruction of fine arts, physical education and foreign language.

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Please call or email for current tuition schedule.

3 yrs old: $1,620/yr.; $162/mo. 4 yrs. old: $1,965/yr; $196.50/mo. Jr K: $3,235/yr; $323.50/mo. Kindergarten: $3,530/yr; $353/mo. Grades 1-5: $4,385/yr; $438.50/mo.


Registration Dates: Open now; Call for information packet First Day of School: Sept. 4; Office hours: Mon - Fri, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

FAST FACTS:

Administrator: Joe Bales Grades: Infanct to 8th grade Teachers: 19 Before/After School: Available Bus Transport. Available Accreditation: Northwestern Assoc. of Accredited Schools Affiliation: Christian Schools International

MISSION STATEMENT:

providing quality Christcentered education. Morning Star provides a well-rounded academic education that includes music and foreign language taught in every class and in every grade, five-hour academic kindergar ten, educational field trips, community service projects, math and reading are taught by ability to all grades, and every student receives one-on-one time with their teachers.

TUITION:

For full breakdown of tuition rates, visit mscsbend.org/admissions/ tuition. Discounts for full-year payments, multiple children and fulltime Christian ministry.

Morning Star Christian School is committed to assisting Christian families and their local churches to develop Godly leaders by

First Day of School: Sept. 3; Last Day of School: June 12, 2014 School Day: Monday - Friday, 7:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.

FAST FACTS:

Administrator: Jacki LaFrenz Grades: K-8 Enrollment: 186

are encouraged to view their community as an ecosystem and to understand the relationships and processes necessary to support healthy living. Educational opportunities take students out of the classroom and into the community and natural environment, allowing students to collaborate with local citizens, organizations, agencies, businesses, and government. Students are Excited to learn as they apply their knowledge to solve real problems.

Teachers: 9

ABOUT US:

Powell Butte Community Charter School (PBCCS) opened as a charter school in Septemeber, 2010 with a focus on Placebased Education. Place-Based Education at PBCCS is inquiry and standards based, multi-disciplinary, experiential and hands-on, with a focus on service and community involvment. Students

Registration Dates: Visit the Web site or call the school to inquire about dates for registration, first and last days of school.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Glen Butler Grades: 9-12 Classroom Teachers: 5 Counselors: 2

MISSION STATEMENT:

The program mission is to provide opportunities for personal growth, self improvement and academic achievement among Oregon high school dropouts, teens no longer attending, and those failing in school, through a highly structured, non-traditional environment; integrating training, mentoring and diverse educational activities.

•Accredited through the Northwest Accreditation Commission (NWAC) •Alternative school through the Bend/La Pine School District •Students accepted from all 36 counties in Oregon

Oregon Challenge High School/Oregon National Guard Youth Challenge Program

23861 Dodds Road, Bend 97701 541-317-9623, www.oycp.com

Powell Butte Community Charter School

1350 SW Highway 126 Powell Butte, 97753 541-548-1166 www.powellbuttecharterschool.org

Morning Star Christian School

19741 Baker Road, Bend 97702 541-382-5091, www.mscsbend.org

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FAST FACTS:

Executive Director: Jon Bullock Assistant Director: Greg Scott Grades: 6-12 Enrollment: 700

ABOUT:

“An Education As Unique As You Are”

63175 OB Riley Road, Bend 97701 541-322-5323, www.realmschool.org roger.white@bend.k12.or.us FAST FACTS:

Director: Roger White Enrollment: 115

Grades: 6-8 Teachers: 10

MISSION STATEMENT:

We foster an academic environment where students are inspired to meet high standards through active learning in a small school setting. REALMS is an Expeditionary Learning Outward Bound school. We emphasize interdisciplinary, experiential learning that

immerses students in issues that are relevant to them and to our community. This approach to teaching and learning encourages students to develop strong academic skills and to use those new skills to solve real problems in our community. Investigations often lead students and staff out of the classroom to complete field studies connected to classroom work. This focus on academics and real world learning is complimented by our attention to character growth. REALMS is a public charter school (no tuition), and all students in the Bend-La Pine School District are eligible to apply. Registration is ongoing.

Rimrock Expeditionary Alternative Learning Middle School

First Day of School: August 26

The Redmond Proficiency Academy (RPA) is a public charter school that students can choose to attend. RPA serves students in grades 6-12 focusing on a proficiency-based education in a personalized learning environment. As a public charter school, all students attend RPA tuition-free. RPA is operated by Personalized Learning, Inc., a nonprofit corporation. RPA operates on a five-day school week on an 11-month basis and offers online curriculum that is available 24 hours per day, all year long. RPA works with all of its students to create a positive school community focused on instruction aligned to standards and assessed based upon the demonstration of student understanding of each standard. RPA is accredited through AdvancEd and works in partnership with the Redmond School District.

Redmond Proficiency Academy

657 SW Glacier Ave & 2105 W Antler Ave. Redmond 97756, 541-526-0882 www.rpacademy.org

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Seven Peaks School Sisters Christian Academy

19660 SW Mountaineer Way Bend 97702, 541-382-7755 www.sevenpeaksschool.org First Day of School: Sept. 3

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Megan Martin Dean of Students: Robert Rusk Grades: Jr. Kindergarten-8th Grade Student Enrollment: 300

MISSION STATEMENT:

Seven Peaks School delivers educational excellence by preparing every student, every day, to reach his or her highest potential. To make sure we meet such lofty standards on a daily basis, we’ve established Seven Pinnacles of Educational Excellence — the foundation of everything we do: 1. Superior Education; 2. Inspirational Experiences; 3. Personal Character; 4. Social Responsibility; 5. Family Partnership; 6. Supportive Environment; 7. International Context

TUITION:

Jr. Kindergarten-8th Grades—$8,450 Financial Aid Available.

15211 McKinney Butte Road P.O. Box 1103, Sisters 97759 541-549-4133 www.sisterschristianacademy.com Registration Dates: Call the school to inquire First Day of School: Sept. 3

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Barby Martin Grades: Pre-8th Student Enrollment: 75 Teachers: 9

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MISSION STATEMENT:

To assist families in the training and education of children to become godly individuals confidently living out God’s purpose for their lives. Kindergarten - 8th Grade Tuition First Child: $4,450 Second Child: $2,450 Each Additional Child: $1,450 3- and 4-Year-Old Preschool Tuition Annual tuition ranges from $1,395 - $5,175/year (36 weeks of classes). SCA Childcare Center offers flexible scheduling beginning with two three-hour sessions/week up to five full days per week. SCA Preschool is a statelicensed childcare center.


Full-Day K - 8th Grade $4,800/yr or $400/mo. (Parishioner) $5,500/yr or $458/mo. (Non-parishioner)

Registration Dates: Ongoing First Day of School: Sept 3, Last Day: June 10, 2014

VISION: To aspire to the highest level of educational excellence that enables all we serve to reach their God-given potential.

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Mrs. Lauren Houslet Grades: PreK3-8th Grade Student Enrollment: 180 Classroom Teachers: 13 Specialty Teachers: 5

TUITION:

MISSION: To foster a lifetime of learning with an expectation of excellence.

VALUES: Faith. Compassion. Excellence. Integrity. Perseverance. Joy.

PreK - 3-Year-Old Program 3 Days—Tues-Thur, 8 a.m.-Noon: $2,950/yr or $246/mo. Any 2 Days—Tues-Thur, 8 a.m.-Noon: $1,950/yr or $163/mo. PreK - 4-Year-Old Program 5 Days—Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-Noon: $4,350/yr or $363/mo. 5 Days—Mon-Fri, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.: $5,500/yr or $458/mo. 3 Days—Mon,Wed, Fri, 8 a.m.-Noon: $2,950.yr or $246/mo. 3 Days—Mon,Wed, Fri, 8 a.m.-3 p.m.: $3,690.yr or $308/mo.

Registration: ongoing First Day of School: Sept. 4 School Hours: 8:45 a.m. - 3:15 p.m.

FAST FACTS:

Superintendent: Dennis Dempsey, Diocese of Baker Director: Father Todd Unger Classroom Teachers: 6 Grade Levels: Preschool - 5th Grade Student Enrollment: 65-85

PreK (M,W, F - Full Day): $2,650/year PreK (M-F - AM or PM): $2,100/year PreK (M-F, All Day): $3,150/year K - Third Grade: $2,950/year

MISSION STATEMENT:

St.Thomas Academy provides a Catholic-based education fostering a sense of community between students, parents and staff. Its teachers are devoted to producing academic excellence in alignment with Oregon’s Core Academic Standards. Students will develop critical thinking skills and a sense of global awareness. The Academy’s priority is to teach to the level and ability of each student in a safe and encouraging environment.

TUITION:

St. Thomas Academy

1720 NW 19th St. Redmond 97756 541-548-3785 www.redmondacademy.com

St. Francis of Assisi Catholic School

2450 NE 27th Street, Bend 97701 541-382-4701 www.saintfrancisschool.net

Preschool (Tues & Thurs, half-day): $1,050/year PreK (M,W, F - half-day): $1,600/year

Registration: Call to inquire; First Day of School: Sept. 9 Follows Redmond School District Calendar

FAST FACTS:

Grades: 3 Years Old - Kindergarten 3-Year-Olds: 2 Days/Week 4-Year-Olds: 3 Days/Week 4-Year PreK: 5 Days/Week Kindergarten: 5 Days/Week

ABOUT/MISSION STATEMENT: Sonshine Christian School has been serving Central Oregon for 12 years and is known for its strong academics. We provide a loving, caring atmosphere where children can grow to their potential.

TUITION/YEAR:

Preschool-3 Years Old: $95/month ($55 Curriculum Fee) Preschool - 4 Years Old: $115/month ($55 Curriculum Fee) Pre-K - $140/month ($85 Curriculum Fee) Kindergarten - $150/month ($115 Curriculum Fee)

Sonshine Christian School

NE 9th Street & Cedar P.O. Box 206, Redmond 97756 541-350-9103 | 541-788-7220 www.sonshinechristianschool.net

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Sunnyside Montessori Three Sisters Adventist Christian School

Trinity Lutheran School Waldorf School of Bend

680 NW Bond St., Bend 97701 541-678-3248 www.sunnysidebend.com

ABOUT US:

Sunnyside Montessori is an independent school using the Montessori approach for elementary students ages 5 through 9. Sunnyside is the first Montessori elementary program in Bend.We intend to fulfill a community need for a full-day kindergarten option and build a traditional Montessori elementary program that serves students ages 6 to 12.

FAST FACTS:

Director: Jessica Born Director: Louise Wilson Ages/Grades: 5-9 years old

TUITION:

MISSION STATEMENT:

$7,000/year; $715/month

21155 Tumalo Rd., Bend 97701 541-389-2091 www.3sistersschool.com

necessary for a person to succeed in life, they are not all-inclusive. True success comes from an active faith in God and acceptance of His love. We believe that serving God gives us purpose, inspires a sense of identity and motivates us to serve our community. We offer a fully accredited academic program including a Mt. Bachelor ski program. Our students give back to the community in a variety of programs and ways including participation in the United Way Days of Caring.

The mission at Sunnyside Montessori is to cultivate the human potential in an authentic Montessori program.At our school, students demonstrate a respect and love for themselves, others and their world.

Registration: August 27 First Day of School: Sept. 3; Last Day: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Principal: Jenny Neil Student Enrollment: 30

Grades: K-8 Certified Teachers:

2

MISSION STATEMENT:

TUITION:

Our mission and purpose is to provide a Christ-centered academic environment where students are nourished both spiritually and intellectually. We believe that while knowledge of facts, personal responsibility and problem-solving skills are

Tuition payments may be made monthly or in full. Half-Day K: $285.70/mo; Kindergarten-5: $432.90/mo; Grade 6: $445.70 (includes 6th grade outdoor school experience); Grades 7-8: $496.80/mo.

2550 NE Butler Market Rd, Bend 97701 541-382-1850, www.saints.org

academics are rigorous, discovery is encouraged and students prepare to exercise their gifts to impact the global community. Our program serves families with children from 30 months old to high school seniors.

First Day of School: Sept 2; Last Day: June 12, 2014

FAST FACTS:

Head of School: Hanne Krause Grades: Preschool-HS Enrollment: 300 Classroom Teachers: 20 In addition to a challenging academic curriculum, we offer music, Spanish, P.E., technology, sports, clubs, weekly chapel, community service opportunities, and before/after school care.

SUMMARY OF MISSION & PURPOSE: Children

TUITION: Preschool (2 Days/Wk)—$2,100; Preschool (3 Days/ Wk)—$2,700; Jr. Kindergarten (5 Days/Wk)—$3,800; Full-Day Kindergarten - 8th Grade—$6,100; High School—$7,000. Tuition can be paid monthly or in a single playment.

MAIN CAMPUS: 2150 NE Studio Rd, Ste 2, Bend 97701 AGRICULTURAL ANNEX & NATURE RETREAT: 19888 Rocking Horse Rd., Bend 97701 541-330-8841, www.bendwaldorf.com

MISSION STATEMENT:

spend more than 1,000 hours a year in their educational environment. As a Christian school, Trinity Lutheran is anchored in God’s Word and is a forward-reaching setting where

Registration Dates: Open enrollment First Day of School: Sept. 4

FAST FACTS:

Grades: Preschool - 9th Student Enrollment: N.A.

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