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Summer Office Hours

District Office Weston Middle School Weston-McEwen High School
Monday - Thursday 9AM - 12PM; 1-4PM Monday - Thursday 8AM - 4PM Monday - Thursday 8AM - 4PM
Friday Closed Friday Closed Friday Closed
June 7 - August 19 June 6 - June 30
Closed all of July
August 1-19
Closed until August 4
(Messages will be monitored)


Summer Lunch Program

Milton Freewater School District will be providing a summer lunch program beginning June 22 through August 12 for children age 1-18. (Closed 4th of July).  Print the flyer for more information.

Summer food times & locations: (Print Flyer)

7:30am (breakfast)
11:15-1:00pm (lunch)
Central Middle School
11:15-11:30am Grove Elementary School
11:35-11:50am Milton-Freewater Public Library
11:55-12:10pm Baker Boyer Bank
12:15-12:30pm Freewater Park
12:35-12:50pm Yantis Park

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

FREE Summer Technology Camp for Middle School Students

Calling all Middle School Students -- looking for something fun to do this summer?

Notice of Vacancies

Athena-Weston School District has openings for a Part-Time Special Education Teacher, Full-Time Agricultural Mechanics/Industrial Trades Teacher as well as many other positions.

View the job descriptions on our Job Openings page.

I Can Bike Program Seeks Riders

The iCan Bike program is looking for riders and volunteers for its upcoming bicycle camp this summer in Hermiston.

iCan Shine is a non-profit organization that teaches individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheel bicycle through its iCan Bike program. This five-day camp, requiring riders to attend one 75-minute session per day, will take place at Armand Larive Middle School in Hermiston June 26 – July 1, 2016. A parent and volunteer orientation is held on Sunday afternoon, June 26.

2016 Bond Passes

The Athena-Weston School District would like to thank our communities for their support of the 2016 School Bond!

Our bond measure would not have passed without the support of parents, community members, both employee associations, and the Citizens for Athena-Weston Schools Committee.

Over the next couple of years, the District will complete the projects outlined in the bond measure. The District will also create an oversight committee to ensure the $8,000,000 is spent on the proposed projects approved by voters. This committee will also be responsible for giving regular reports to the Board of Directors and the citizens of Athena and Weston. Keep up to date with bond progress via the 2016 Bond Information page on this website.

From the superintendent:

I am very thankful the voters in Weston and Athena supported our bond measure. With 77% of the voters supporting our bond measure, it is clear community members take great pride in supporting our students, our schools and our communities. I would like to commend the Board of Director for their courage to place our bond measure on the May ballot to address the needs of the District.

Way To Go TigerScots !!! 

Jim Reger
Interim Superintendent