Welcome to Ukiah School District

The vision of Ukiah School District 80R is to be a district of excellence preparing ALL students to live and compete successfully in a global society while instilling a strong desire for lifelong learning.

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Winter Vacation Coming Soon

Meanwhile, watch for these events:

  Basketball Tuesday, December 10 in Long Creek

  School Board Meeting, Wednesday, December 11

  Wildhorse Construction Careers, Cayuse Hall, Thursday, December 12

  VEX Robotics on Friday, December 13 in Vale
    Teams still to be determined.  The practice field will be set up in the Senior Center to practice throughout
    the weeks to come.   Field elements for this year's game, Tower Takeover" have been ordered.   

  Basketball Friday-Saturday, December 13-14 Tournament in Arlington

Everyone Welcome:  Monday, December 16 at 2 pm. a caroling party!

  Middle School TSA on Wednesday, December 17 in Ukiah
    Currently working on Mass Production, building a toy.

  Christmas Program, Wednesday, December 18

  Basketball Friday-Saturday, December 20-21 in Helix

  No School Monday-Thursday, December 23-January 2

  Happy Holidays




Nominate Your Favorite Teacher!

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Do you know a great teacher? The Oregon Department of Education, in partnership with the Oregon Lottery, is pleased to announce the continuation of Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year to honor exemplary educators in every region of the state!

  • Nominations are open statewide through January 31, 2020.
  • Oregon Education Service Districts will select a winner from their region.
  • Regional Teachers of the Year will be honored across the state in May 2020!

Regional Teachers of the Year will receive a cash prize of $500 and will be celebrated across the state.

Anyone can nominate a teacher! All Oregonians are encouraged to nominate their favorite teacher today at: oregonteacheroftheyear.org

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Girls' Tech Day

We brought nine girls to this event in Boardman, sponsored by Amazon Web Services.  Here are a few photos:

BannerElementary Girls Bella and JordonAlex and Kayla
Presentation by women in technology careers

Photos courtesy of Ann Lynn Photography

Photos can be purchased there and many others taken during the event are shown.

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Students Learn from NASA Engineer

ukiah students with teacher laura orr

A small group of Ukiah students joined Pendleton High School students and Umatilla middle school students in the PHS Auditorium on the morning of Monday, October 21st to hear about NASA and space. Jim McBarron, who worked for 39 years as a NASA engineer, is visiting Oregon as part of an educational initiative for rural Oregon students.

McBarron described to the student audience that during college, he worked part time with the Wright Patterson Air Force Base aeromedical laboratory, which provided student test subjects to determine human endurance characteristics during and after exposure to extreme environmental conditions. He started working for NASA in 1961 and during his career worked on various aspects of missions including Apollo 9, 11 and 13. Projects included evaluating spacesuits and crew equipment, testing equipment and modifying it when necessary.

When asked by students what an exciting moment in his career was, McBarron said “being in zero gravity was the most fun!”

The JPL Museum in Stayton, Oregon, helped bring this presentation to the area. James Loftus, who founded the museum in honor of his father, also spoke at the assembly and showed a spacesuit glove, boot and more equipment used by astronauts.

Loftus worked with Lon Thornburg, transitional network facilitator at the InterMountain ESD. Thornburg, who works with students with disabilities to transition to post-high school opportunities, said that Loftus is committed to ensuring that programs like this include students with special needs and who are on IEPs (Individual Education Plans). Thornbug said Loftus knows that many NASA engineers came from farm country or rural areas and some had ADHD or Autism Spectrum disorder. “Many of these kids were square pegs trying to fit into round holes, in other words different-thinking students. James (Loftus) wants to reach out to rural Oregon to find these needles in a haystack,” Thornburg said.

After the morning presentation, the Ukiah and Umatilla groups traveled to the Pendleton UAS Range for a tour of the facility to learn about the work being done there.

This program was made possible by Space Center Houston, EOU Go Stem Hub, JPL Museum, CHI St. Anthony Hospital, Oregon Grain Growers Distillery, NASA Alumni League JSC Chapter, Pendleton UAS Range, IMESD CTE program, City of Pendleton and Umatilla County.

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Support Staff

Norma Barber Principal
Linda Kerr  Secretary
Audrey Durfey Librarian
Trent Douglas Custodian
Kari Keene Cafeteria
  More Complete List of Teaching and Support Staff

For further information please contact us.

Our Schools

District Office 541.427.3732
Fax:  541.427.3432

Ukiah High School

& Elementary

Fax:  541.427.3432


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Ukiah School District

201 Hill Street

Ukiah, OR 97880

Phone: 541.427.3732

Fax: 541.427.3432

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