Based on recommendations from the School Safety Committee, new policies and procedures are in place at Enterprise Elementary to improve safety for students and staff.
All doors to the K-3 building will be locked at all times unless a staff attendant is present and monitoring the doors. Visitors to this building need to check in at the elementary office and obtain a Visitor Pass. A staff member will then accompany visitors to the K-3 building for admission.
In the 4-6 building, only the west door next to the office will be unlocked. Both the north and south doors will be locked at all times.
More changes may be announced in the future based on additional committee recommendations.
The safety committee members include the superintendent, Chief of City of Enterprise Police, the County Sheriff, an OSP trooper, school board members, parents and teachers.
The link above will take you to the portal for Students and Parents to access the system.
Every parent and all students grades 7-12 have received a letter with an initial login and password.
On the first login, every user must accept the terms and conditions to use the site, and then choose a new secure password.
If you have lost your initial login credential letter, please call the school office for assistance.
All Incoming Seventh Graders must have the Tdap shot before school begins. Please stop by the high school and sign your child’s Certificate of Immunization Status once your child has gotten the required immunization. If you choose not to get your child immunized, the state requires that you go online at
and view the information they have available, then sign the “Vaccine Education Certificate of Completion” form and bring it into the high school office. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the high school secretary at 426-3193.
Enterprise School District has joined the SafeOregon network. The progam is designed to make schools safer from bullying, threats or violence. It provides anonymous, proactive assistance for students or staff who may feel unsafe for any reason. Follow this link for complete information.
Yearbooks created by Enterprise Students for grades 7-12 reflecting the academic years of 2019-20 are available for purchase online!
Yearbooks are availabe in hardcover, softcover, personalized and an amazing FREE downloadable eYearbook versions!
Follow these links to order your yearbook:
Any questions, please contact Mrs. Anderson in the High School Library.
Dear Outlaw Families,
We are hopeful that on August 11th we will have a decision from Governor Brown as to if she will revise the current proposed Metrics for reopening.
The Enterprise School District Reopening Plans are currently being further developed to meet the state’s new guidelines which were announced today. Please check the district webpage www.enterpriseschool.org on Thursday, August 13th to review the plan. If at any time you have questions about the reopening process please contact Superintendent Erika Pinkerton at 541-426-3812 or by email
Erika Pinkerton, Enterprise School District
The OSAA has released their guidance policies for school sports and practices.
The Enterprise School District has released a statement regarding the current status of school openings this fall.
The Online School Participation Form mentioned in this statement can be downloaded here. (Link coming soon!)
The School Districts of Wallowa County have released a statement regarding the current status of school openings this fall, based on supplemental guidance provided by Governor Brown on July 28.
Enterprise School District is pleased to announce that we will be opening as a Hybrid Learning Model - which means students will attend school On-Site or students can register to attend school online.
There will be frequent updates as ODE will have scheduled updates every three weeks. Check out updates on our Facebook page and our district website www.enterpriseschool.org so please stay tuned!
Students in grades K-6 will be assigned to a teacher. They will remain with this teacher, and this cohort "team" of students, all day. The cohort "team" model will apply to secondary as well and details will be worked out by August 3rd and will be communicated to parents.
It is important to note that online school is NOT the same as it was during distance learning. It will be more rigorous, it will be more scheduled and it will be graded. Online students in grades K-6 will participate with their classroom and their teacher throughout the day utilizing in class cameras as well as complete assignments through Google Classroom. Students in grades 7-12 will have a set schedule and they will participate in Google Classroom with their teachers. Each secondary teacher will have online students as well as on-site students. Students registered as online Enterprise School District students are still part of the full Enterprise School District. They may participate in athletics and activities, they may attend school functions and be recognized for awards, etc.
On-Site Hybrid students may attend online school for part of their school year. If quarantine is necessary or other situations make on-site school unavailable for a period of time, students will be able to maintain their studies online.
Respectfully, Erika Pinkerton & Blake Carlsen
The Building Healthy Families Summer Lunch Program will begin June 15 and end August 6. Use the following links to view details or the menus.
Please download the
complete it and mail it to the school.
The public is invited to join the following School Board meetings and Budget Committee meetings through links with Google Meet. The meeting ID for video/voice connections are contained in the links below.
Since the closure of our school (and all schools in Oregon) because of the coronavirus, the teachers and staff have been missing the students just as much as the students have missed them.
That inspired this video, in which the teachers and staff here at the Enterprise Schools send out a quick "Howdy!" to all you Outlaws out there!
Special thanks to Molly Goodrich from the Library who organized and created this video - enjoy!
In our continued efforts to do our part to keep our community, our students and families safe from threat of COVID-19, Enterprise School District and its properties are closed through the end of the school year 2020. This includes all facilities, sporting fields, playground areas and use of gym space. Enterprise School District continues to work alongside and support our local and state leaders in this fight.
Enterprise School District Superintendent
On March 30th, the Oregon Department of Education issued new guidance for Oregon Public Schools. The state acknowledges the possibility that schools may remain closed through the end of the school year. The state has called on school districts to create a Distance Learning for All plan by April 13. Enterprise is on track to meet the educational needs of each student. Check this page for more details and links as they become available.