Huntington School District 16J
Regular school hours are scheduled to resume on August 17, 2020
Huntington School District 16J
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ATTENTION: TO ALL PARENTS & STUDENTS
The school will begin distributing distance learning educational materials to all K-11 students starting Thursday, April 2, 2020.
Materials will be distributed to parents/students during the breakfast/lunch distribution times on Thursday, April 2nd and Monday, April 6th from 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM. The district will continue distributing new packets every Thursday until May 28, 2020. The district will be mailing out letters that contain additional information in the following week.
Please return all completed work each week when you pick up the new packet.
For additional information on this mandatory closure and the Corona (COVID-19) virus please click HERE.
The following links provide additional information
Click HERE to read Huntington SD, Updated Letter to Parents, April 1, 2020
Click HERE to view ODE Press Release on mandatory K-12 school closures.
Click HERE for summary of ODE Distance Learning For All mandates
Click HERE to visit the Oregon COVID-19 Website
The district will update this site as new information becomes available.
Thank you for your patience and understanding in this time of crisis.
Huntington School District 16J will be changing the notification process used to notify parents/students of school closures due to inclement weather.
Click on this link to view additional information on notification changes.
Huntington Charter School
Now providing daily transportation for K-12 students from Ontario!
Click HERE for more details.
The mission of the district is to offer a secure place where students gain knowledge, grow in wisdom, prepare for the future, develop confidence, and value learning for life changes in technology and global living.
Huntington Middle and High School Statement of Philosophy
The focus of the future should be on service and excellence. We are pleased, as employees at Huntington Middle and High School, to have the opportunity to serve and work with your students. The importance of teaching and learning was well stated by a late President of the United States: “From the desk where I sit, the answer to all world problems is found in a single word. That word is education.” - President, Lyndon B. Johnson
Those words inspire and support the challenge and commitment we have for quality education at Huntington Middle and High School. We believe that:
- A student is the most important person in any school.
- A student is not an interruption of our work-he or she is the purpose of it.
- A student is not just a statistic. He or she is a flesh-and-blood human being with feelings and emotions.
- A student is one who comes to us with needs and /or wants. It is our job to fill them.
- A student is deserving of the most courteous and attentive treatment that we can provide.
- A student is the lifeblood of this and every school. Without him or her, we would have to close our doors.