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.
October 14, 2020
Dear Outlaw Families,
I wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for doing your part with making sure your student(s) stays safe during this global pandemic. Teaching the importance of handwashing, wearing face coverings, maintaining 6 ft. and avoiding large gatherings from one another is working. Enterprise School District has been in session now six weeks and we are extremely pleased that our school doors are open and hope to remain open with the hard work we are all putting forth. In closing, I want to thank you again for standing by Enterprise School District and with our students during this difficult time. Take care of yourselves and look after each other. We will get through this together, there are better days ahead!
Continue to stay the course,
Ms. Pinkerton, Superintendent
The following document reflects the plans in place to safely open the Enterprise School District to on-site student instruction in September 2020.
Visit a page of current and past news relating to issues resulting from Coronavirus.
November Board Meeting
Monday November 2 7:30 p.m.
The in-person meeting will be held in the cafeteria, those attending must wear a mask and be seated six feet apart.
The meeting may be attended online with these links:
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!