The Oregon legislature has given funding to school districts in Oregon through the Student Success Act and we need input from staff, parents, students, and community to provide the best education to Hermiston students. We are asking parents, students and staff to complete the survey (http://hermiston.k12.or.us/SuccessActSurvey/) to share their priorities with us.
HERMISTON – This morning, the Oregon Department of Education released the graduation rates for all public-school districts in Oregon. The rates show Hermiston High School holding steady from last year. The graduation rate of 74.37 percent for the 2018-2019 school year was a slight increase over the 2017-2018 school year’s rate of 74.2 percent. The district also had a strong showing with a four-year completer rate of 86.5 percent in comparison to the state’s average of 83.7 percent. The four-year completer
HERMISTON – Hermiston School District reminds families that State law requires all students in public and private schools, preschools, certified child care facilities and Head Start have an up to date immunization record or an exemption on file to stay in school. If a student’s record on file shows missing immunizations, the student will not be able to attend school as of Wednesday, February 19, which the state has determined as Exclusion Day. Parents have until February 18 to bring their student’s
HERMISTON – At Monday’s board of education business meeting, it was revealed that Dr. Tricia Mooney had been selected by her colleagues as the Administrator of the Year. When announced to the board, selection committee members shared the following. “Dr. Mooney, who has been with the district for four years, has proven to be a dynamic, visionary, and enthusiastic leader during her short time as a superintendent. She has greatly improved morale, opened new avenues of communication, and transformed the
State Hosting Community Conversations on Oregon’s Housing Initiatives: Hermiston Event, February 10,
HERMISTON - On February 10, 2020, staff from the Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development and local leaders will hold a community conversation to discuss new Oregon housing initiatives, including House Bills 2001 and 2003 passed by the 2019 Legislature. House Bills 2001 and 2003 aim to provide additional housing choice and increase housing supply. The event will involve a short presentation, followed by table-level discussions to hear hopes and concerns from affected communities as the state