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Home of the Rockets

Pilot Rock School District is located approximately 15 miles south of Pendleton in Umatilla County near the foothills of the beautiful Blue Mountains. The District is comprised of two buildings - an elementary building serving students in grades K-6 and a Junior/Senior High School for students in grades 7-12. Approximately 350 students are enrolled in the District.

The original senior high school was built in 1919 and now mainly serves junior high school students. A senior high school was built in 1955 and a connecting ramp between the two buildings was constructed in 1981. The current elementary building was opened in 1948 with an addition in 1962.

The Pilot Rock staff is proud of the excellent education that it offers its students. The community is very supportive of its schools through volunteer activities, donations, and attendance at school events. It's great to be a Rocket!

What Parents Need to Know About Ebola and Enterovirus

As you are likely aware, the Ebola virus and the recent outbreak of the Enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) have been major topics throughout the county.

The Pilot Rock School District understands that parents may have questions about these health issues, and the U.S. Department of Education, Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Oregon Health Authority have provided a number of informational resources to share with you. Please be assured that the Pilot Rock School District takes all health matters seriously and regularly takes extra steps to keep our schools clean and as safe as possible for our students and staff.

Below are some resources developed for parents: