Welcome to IHS!

School Delays & Closures Information

With the arrival of winter weather, we would like to remind parents/families about our district policy. If school is delayed or closed, the information is posted by 6:00 AM on:

  • District Website
  • District Facebook page
  • Mobile App
  • Automated calling system
  • Regional media outlets (newspaper online, radio, tv stations)

The location with the most accurate information to confirm a delay/closure is the district website. On occasion, media inaccurately reports school delay/closure information. If schools must close early, notification is given using the same method.

If no notice is posted, school is running on regular schedule. If you have questions about the policy, please call the District Office or your child’s school.



Grid Kids Splash N' Dash

Join us for a day of color and fun!
This will be a blast of color as you run/walk the 5k course along the scenic Columbia River,
Along the 5k route, you will be running through 5 different color stations, no race is as colorful!
All proceeds go directly to Irrigon Grid Kids Football for new, much needed equipment!

The race will be starting at the Irrigon Youth Baseball Complex on Saturday, July 29, 2017.
Cost is $25 and kids 9 and under are FREE!

See the flyer outside of the office for more information!

Got Talent?

The Fourth Annual Irrigon’s Got Talent talent show will be held on Saturday, May 27th at 7:00 pm in the cafetorium. Fabulous prizes will be awarded to the top three performers! Whether you sing, dance, perform illusions, tell jokes, recite poetry, juggle bowling balls, fold balloons, blow glass…. Whatever your talent is, we want to see it! Sign up with Mrs. Pedro.


There will be a Senior Meeting on May 16th at 6:00pm, in Lab 87.

A Friendly Reminder, from the Kitchen:

Starting Monday, May 1, you will have to have enough money in your account to cover lunch\breakfast charges. We will no longer be allowing any charges on accounts, and any negative balances will result in a cheese sandwich entree for lunch ( along with free choice from salad bar, Milk, and hot vegetable option).
If you have a negative balance on your account, please bring your account current before the end of the school year.

7th Graders:

Beginning next week 7th grade students who have 5 tardies or less will be allowed monitored free time during Advisory. Those with more than 5 tardies will stay back in a classroom and complete missing work.

Work Experience Students:

Work Experience Students – In order to receive credit for work experience you need to submit proof of hours worked. Turn in your paystubs or time sheets to Mr. Royer in the library. Failure to submit proof of hours will result in no credit.

Soccer Signups

Columbia Youth Soccer Club is holding signups on April 28, 2017, from 5-8pm at the A.C. Houghton CARNIVAL.
Ages 3-14 (or going into 8th grade.)
Registrations are $20 for 3 year old and $40 for 4 and up.

Driver's Education

Hermiston School District will be offering a summer Driver's Education Program this summer.  The program will be from June 13th through July 14th.  It will be 5 days a week for 5 weeks.
For more information, see the flyer on the bulletin board outside of the main office.

Snow Day Update

      When the Morrow County School District established its 2016-17 school year calendar, administrators built in extra days to allow for potential snow days. Due to extreme inclement weather conditions this winter, schools in Boardman and Irrigon have been closed for 7 days and Heppner schools were closed for 5 days. To compensate for this lost instructional time for students, the MCSD will now be implementing the following adjustments to the 2016-17 calendar: Boardman and Irrigon Schools:
• Boardman and Irrigon schools will make up four of the missed student contact days due to inclement weather closures.
• April 7, 14, 28, and May 12 are now designated as “Snow/Inclement Weather” make-up days for Boardman and Irrigon Schools.
• In the event of another snow day; the dates listed above will not change.


Junior Girls – 2017 Girls State applications are now available. Girls State is a leadership program sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary that is designed to increase awareness and knowledge of governmental processes, while educating attendees about the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of citizenship. Junior girls from around the state of Oregon will be in attendance. Girls State will be held at Willamette University, June 11th – 17th. See Mr. Royer for application and more information.