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Milton-Freewater, OR
18-19 Missed School Day Information
18-19 Missed School  Day Information
Over the winter, our district missed 3 days and had two late starts due to inclement weather. We also missed one day in September due to a threat on our school system. This equals 36 hours of missed educational time. The length of our school day is such that we are able to “bank” a little time in case of school closures. Because of this, we only need to make up 16 hours of educational time.
I am proposing that we go to school on Friday, May 10 (Junior Show Day) and extend the school year by one day, getting out of school on Thursday, June 13. Students who are involved in Junior Show activities may attend Junior Show activities with parent permission.
This recommendation requires Board approval so it will go before the board on Monday, April 8. I wanted to get this information out before Spring Break. If there are problems with your personal calendar and these changes, please see your building principal and/or supervisor.

Rob Clark
School Hours
Regular Office Hours 7:00AM - 4:00PM

School Hours
8:00AM - 3:00PM M,T,W,Th
8:00AM - 1:00PM on Fridays
Breakfast 7:30AM

Office (541) 938-6611
Fax (541) 938-5337
About Us
Freewater Elementary School serves students in grades 4th and 5th in the community of Milton-Freewater, Oregon. Milton-Freewater is located in Eastern Oregon, nestled in a beautiful little valley thirty miles north of Pendleton, Oregon and ten miles south of Walla Walla, Washington. Welcome to our Web Site!
Introduction

Welcome to our school community. Freewater Elementary School is a 4th & 5th grade school that also offers Physical Education, Music and Library to its students. This is a school where diversity is celebrated and high expectations are the norm in every classroom.The teachers work together to provide students with a well-rounded and challenging academic school day. Students are taught reading at their level of performance to assure that they have the quality instruction they need to learn the curriculum. This is done in a comfortable and supportive environment.Our Oregon State Assessment scores indicate that what we are doing is successful. We have received the State "Excellence" award two times in the last 4 years.
Mission Statement

Freewater Elementary School is a safe, supportive and caring learning environment where academic excellence is fostered by staff, students, parents and the community working together to create a rich educational program. It is our purpose to prepare children to be socially responsible citizens and life-long learners, while respecting each child's unique needs, interests, and potential.