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High School Track Team and Coach Bring Home Awards

Weston-McEwen High School’s track team members wrapped up a successful season earlier this month at the 2A State Track Meet. The boys’ team finished fourth in state and the girls’ team finished fifth in state for the 2A Division.

On both teams, there were multiple athletes who finished in the top ten. Jacob Speed won the 100 Meters, 200 Meters and 400 Meters races and was the high-point scorer in the meet. The 4 x 100 relay team of Hadden Ball, Khai Robertson, Kelen McGill and Speed won, also. Katie Vescio won the 800 Meters and placed second in Pole Vault. The girl’s 4 x 400 relay team of Keree Graves, Tristin Gonzalez, Vescio and Ellie Scheibner placed third. Maddi Muilenburg placed second in Javelin and Scheibner placed third in Long Jump.

In addition to the students, the track coach also brought home an award. Loran Monaco received the 2A Track Coach of the Year Award for his leadership of the boys’ team that won state in 2017. The award was presented to Monaco after the 2018 state meet.

“We are so proud of all our track athletes and congratulate them on all their hard work that resulted in a very successful season. We also celebrate Coach Monaco on his very deserving award,” said Jim Reger, Principal of Weston-McEwen.

View the State results of Weston-McEwen track participants here (PDF).

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2018-19 School Year Information

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The 2018-19 school year is quickly approaching! Below you will find school supply lists, current free/reduced lunch application, and the letter to household with instructions and information about applying for free/reduced meals. All documents are downloadable/printable PDFs.

Find prices and other meal related info on our district site: https://athwest.k12.or.us/food-service-information

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Summer Lunch Program

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Athena-Weston School District is proud to announce their Summer Lunch Program! Kick-Off Day - Monday, June 11, 2018! Download this information as a flyer (PDF)

  • Dates: Monday-Friday, June 11 to August 24 (closed Wednesday, July 4)
  • Time: 12pm-12:30pm
  • Locations: Athena City Park and Weston City Park
  • Cost: FREE for children and teens ages 1-18
  • Examples of menu items include: hot dogs/corndogs, tuna sandwiches, hamburgers, bean and cheese burritos, apples, watermelon, grapes, oranges, fresh vegetables, juice, milk

(Must be present to receive lunch and lunch must be eaten in service area)

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18th Annual TigerScot Master's Golf Tournament

18th Annual TigerScot Master's Golf Tournament

The 18th Annual TigerScot Master's Golf Tournament and BBQ Competition takes place on Saturday, June 10, 2018. Support TigerScot Football by participating and/or being a Sponsor.

TigerScot Master's Golf Tournament (PDF)

Grills for Gridiron BBQ Competition (PDF)

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Sunday, June 10, 2018

Grills for Gridiron

Ribs served at 12:30 PM at the TigerScot Football Field. $10 per person. (Lunch for TigerScot Masters Golfers is included in the registration.)

TigerScot Master's Golf Tournament

2PM Shotgun Start at the Milton-Freewater Golf Course.

Registration is $60 and includes prizes and lunch. Register online at http://www.mfgolfcourse.com or call 541.938.7284.

More Information

All proceeds from this event fun Tigerscots Football and camps. For more information call the high school at 541.566.3555

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Regional Teacher of the Year

2018 Regional Teacher of the Year

Bob Fairchild is the 2019 Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year from the Northeast Region. Bob is a math and science teacher at Weston-McEwen High School in the Athena-Weston School District. He was the 2012 Weston Chamber of Commerce Teacher of the Year and received a Crystal Apple Award in 2014. Bob diligently seeks out the best curriculum for the school, researching options and instructional strategies and actively attending professional development opportunities. An innovative and supportive teacher, he is doing what is best for students every day.

This new award from the Oregon Department of Education, in partnership with the Oregon Lottery, celebrates outstanding educators in every region, facilitated by local Education Service Districts. Candidates are assessed on leadership, instructional expertise, community involvement, understanding of educational issues, professional development and vision. Each Regional Teacher of the Year receives a $500 award from the Oregon Lottery and is automatically considered for the 2019 Oregon Teacher of the Year, which will be announced in September.

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