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Welcome to Ione School District

The Ione School District is located in Morrow County, Oregon in the town of Ione. We serve a small farming community with approximately 200 students grades K-12. We are a charter school in our own school district.


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Oregon Schools CLOSED Through April 28

Governor Kate Brown has announced that all schools in Oregon are now closed thru April 28th.
The Ione School District staff will be meeting on March 30th and March 31st to put together a plan about how to best deliver instruction to all of our students during this extended school closure. Our goal will be to have the plan ready to be implemented by April 1st. We will keep you updated as more information is available. Thank you for your patience during this time as we all work together to meet the needs of our students, our families, and our community.

La gobernadora Kate Brown ha anunciado que todas las escuelas de Oregón estarán cerradas hasta el 28 de abril.

El personal del Distrito Escolar de Ione se reunirá el 30 de marzo y el 31 de marzo para elaborar un plan sobre la mejor forma de impartir instrucción a todos nuestros estudiantes durante este cierre escolar extendido. Nuestro objetivo será tener el plan listo para ser implementado antes del 1 de abril. Lo mantendremos informado a medida que haya más información disponible. Gracias por su paciencia durante este tiempo mientras todos trabajamos juntos para satisfacer las necesidades de nuestros estudiantes, nuestras familias y nuestra comunidad.


District Update - March 30th

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March 30, 2020

Ione School District Families,

First of all I want to thank you for your support of the district, and more importantly for your support of each other. As we navigate through the impacts of the COVID-19 virus, it is important now more than ever that we pull together.

The most recent order from the governor includes the closure of outdoor recreation facilities. In compliance with this order, the district is closing our athletic fields, gyms, tennis courts, and playground to the public.

Supplemental Instructional Materials:

It is VERY IMORTANT that your student(s) 7 – 12 check their school email account
( ()) so they can access the materials teachers are sending out. If they need us to reset their password, please let us know.

We are be putting together on-line and paper packets beginning April 1st and we are also going to be coordinating delivery of those packets with the bus company and at the school office. If your student is in need of an electronic device (Chromebook, or iPad) please let us know.

Online supplemental instructional materials are also available to all ISD students through the following platform:

Students in kindergarten through 8th grade have access to iReady ( reading and math via their regular login. Assistance with your child’s login information can be requested by email to

The district will continue to provide breakfast and lunch to all children age 18 and under throughout the school closure (Monday thru Friday). Bus routes continue to evolve as stops are added. If you or your child is having trouble accessing the meals, please send an email to

We are still awaiting news from the Oregon Department of Education about our Senior Class and the requirements for them to graduate. As soon as I hear what ODE has come up with, I will be calling each Senior (parents) with that information.


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Latest COVID 19 Information

We continue to deep clean our school regularly

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What to Know About Testing

Many people are wondering about testing for the novel coronavirus. This flyer from Oregon Health Authority provides some information: OHA Testing Flyer.

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Tue, 03/10/2020 - 12:00PM

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On Sunday, March 8th, public health experts at the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and education officials with the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and the Higher Education Coordinating Commission issued guidance and best practices from public health experts to schools, colleges and universities for decision-making concerning the novel coronavirus in Oregon.

Here is the link to the release:


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Coronavirus Information for Eastern Oregon School Districts

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The following information is provided by InterMountain Education Service District and Ione District.

What are the facts?
There are currently NO confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) in Oregon. There are currently 14 confirmed cases in the United States. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local public health agencies, the immediate health risk from this virus is considered low.

What about my school?
We are currently in the regular cold and flu season in the school year. As always, custodians and other school staff are using the same current protocols for cleaning and hygiene in all areas of our schools and will continue do so.

What should my family do?
You should take regular precautions as you would to prevent any cold or flu virus by washing your hands frequently, covering your cough, disinfecting surfaces and staying home when you are sick.

What is my school district doing?
All school districts have plans in place in the event of a widespread outbreak of any virus, like influenza. In the past, if a district has experienced a high percentage of absences from an illness, the district may close schools and do a more intensive cleaning before re-opening. Districts have plans in place for this.

What if my school closes?
In the highly unlikely event that a school must close due to an illness outbreak, we are encouraging teachers to ensure that their students know how to access any classroom work or curriculum from home. This is something that teachers and students will have already been using this school year. Parents should make sure they know how to help their student log in to this information.

Where do I get more information?
This flyer is a good resource about the Coronavirus: CDC Coronavirus Flyer
This link to the Coronavirus page on the CDC website is also helpful: CDC Coronavirus Website

To receive updates from your school district, utilize the same resources you would for any other district information – website, Facebook page, School Messenger calls.

You can also get information from your local County Public Health Agency
    Morrow County Public Health
    Umatilla County Public Health
    Union County Public Health

The InterMountain ESD and its school districts are actively monitoring the coronavirus situation nationwide and in Oregon and will continue efforts to establish contingency plans for schools and workplaces in the event it begins to spread in our region. We will continue to communicate with students, families and employees

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