Elmira Elementary School



Baord show 044FRMS is very excited to be offering a 3 day a week preschool on campus this year through Early Childhood Cares.  Early Childhood Cares is a program through University of Oregon.  The program is looking for more 3 and 4 year old students.  Please call 541-935-8230 for more information and contact information. Also, if you have friends or neighbors with preschool age kids, could you please pass on this information.

The 2014-15 school supply list has been updated. You can find the link to our new list on the right hand side of our website.
This Wednesday, August 13th is our Kindergarten and new student registration from 8:00 to 3:00. Please bring a copy of your student’s birth certificate, immunizations and proof of address.
Feel free to contact Michelle in the office at 541-935-8214 ext. 200 with any questions.




Thank you for passing Measure 20-220.   Because of you our kids will have a new school, healthier facilities up to date technology and safer buildings.   Thank you for trusting us with your kids and thank you for the vote of confidence!   We appreciate our community!




This is the last day to vote please remember to turn in your ballot today by 5:00.  Remember there is a school bond on the ballot:  Measure 20-220.

Measure 20-220 would replace Elmira Elementary School, renovate other school facilities, and improve technology and safety throughout the District.  If approved by voters, the measure is projected to result in no increase to the school bond tax rate that property owners currently pay.   Measure 20-220 is a replacement bond for an expiring school bond.school_bond_image[1]

Please remember to vote!

The auction and talent show came and went.   Saturday, May 17, 2014, our cafeteria was filled to the brim with prizes and talent.   We all had fun and made money for our school.     My thanks goes out to everyone who helped, participated, sang a song or bought a burger.   The event was a huge success!





Come one come all to the Elmira Elementary School Talent show and auction.   This is our biggest event of the year to raise money for our school.   Please join us for fun, food and entertainment.


When: Saturday May 17, 2014

Time: Doors open for bidding at 5:00


Where: Elmira Elementary school!

This event is sponsored by our wonderful PTA!

Want to see Elmira Elementary School up close and see why the district put a bond measure (Measure 20-220) on the ballot? Come tour our school on Wednesday May 7, 2014, from 6-7:00. A representative from DLR, the architectural design group will be here as well as PTA members and the school’s principal, Jackie Turle. Interestingly, this design group, DLR, believes a 21st century school fully integrates curriculum with technology. The outcome is passionate, self-learners who use problem-solving skills to transform schools into a collaborative working environment.    This group is working with the district’s Facilities Planning Committee to develop our long range facility’s plan. Please join us for an informative evening.


Fern Ridge School District Bond Measure 20-220

The Fern Ridge School District is seeking a $26.67 million facilities bond in the May 20, 2014 primary election to replace Elmira Elementary School, renovate other school facilities, and improve technology and safety throughout the District.  If approved by voters, Measure 20-220 would replace the 1997 levy that is expiring soon, and is projected to result in no increase to the school bond tax rate that property owners currently pay.

Measure 20-220 is based on recommendations from the District’s community-led Long Range Facilities Planning Committee.  Major components of Measure 20-220 are:

•  Replace most of Elmira Elementary on same site, with construction steps that allow students to remain on site.

• Expand and renovate Veneta Elementary to allow supervision from front office, an enclosed library, additional classrooms, a cafeteria and kitchen, and to move bus traffic out of main parking lot.

•  Renovations at Fern Ridge Middle School to library, office, and associated spaces for safety, acoustics, and student learning.

•  Expand and renovate Elmira High School to include a second gymnasium and meet Title IX criteria.

•  Address student safety and security, including seismic work, at all sites.

•  Acquire technology to support classroom instruction and technology infrastructure.

•  Improve, repair, and develop facilities and sites to preserve remaining assets and systems and plan for growth.



The Elmira Elementary PTA will be hosting a silent and LIVE auction on Saturday, May 17th.

The PTA is looking for donations of gift certificates, products or services to help them make this auction a success!  If you or someone you know is willing to donate to our school please contact Tammy Eutsler at 541-935-9569 or the school office at 541-935-8214.

The PTA will use proceeds to support the staff and students.  This has included; assemblies, field trips, class party funds, 5th grade outdoor school and much more!

Cody is the type of student that every teacher would love to have in her class.  Cody gives a 100% in everything he does.  He always has a smile, a kind word, or a helpful hand to offer.  He is the first to congratulate other students for a job well done and encourage others who may need some extra support. We are very proud and please to have such a wonderful student like Cody in my class.  Congratulations Cody!