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COVID-19 Exposure

Here are details about recent cases of COVID-19 related to the school. Please read the attached letter and contact us if you have any further questions. If you would like...

2021 Fall Sports Spectator Information

2021 Fall Sports Spectator Information

Please review our guidelines for spectators who attend Ranger Fall sporting events. We are continually thankful for our community and the support we get to ensure our...

Jerri Walker DePriest Endowment Fund Dinner & Auction

Jerri Walker DePriest Endowment Fund Dinner & Auction

Due to current state guidelines and restrictions, the 2021 Jerri Walker DePriest Dinner & Auction will now be an on-line auction only. Auction items will be available for...

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Bonnie Everson Lepinski

Bonnie Everson Lepinski

about 6 hours ago

Dufur Families, this is just a reminder that tomorrow is a Staff Development Day, so classes will not be in session for students. We will see everyone again on Monday!

Sarah Anderson

Sarah Anderson

about 9 hours ago

Dufur High School's new photography class with brand new cameras is off to a great start! Students are learning the different functions of their cameras, using different lenses for different jobs, and participating in weekly themed photo challenges. Last week's theme was "happiness" and this week's theme was "nature". Here are some great photos taken by them! view image

Kristin Whitley

Kristin Whitley

1 day ago

Seniors and their parents/guardians are invited to FAFSA Night on Wednesday, September 29th at 6:15 p.m. in the cafeteria. Please see the letter attached for details. view image

Bonnie Everson Lepinski

Bonnie Everson Lepinski

1 day ago

Please visit the "News" section of our website to see details about recent COVID-19 cases connected to the school. If you did not receive a phone call from school personnel, then our contact tracing protocol established that you or your child were not exposed. As always, please contact us if you have any questions.

Daniel Cosgrove

Daniel Cosgrove

7 days ago

It’s been a productive fall harvest. High School Science hosted 2nd and 4th-grade classes at the Dufur School garden. They picked, shucked, boiled, and ate corn, and with the husks, they made corn husk dolls as they learned the story behind them. 7th grade harvested the remaining corn to take home. What a full-on cornucopia! view image

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