Ensworth Elementary School
We are a small, neighborhood elementary school located in the northeast section of Bend. With only 180 students in one two-story schoolhouse, we are more like a big family.
The staff at Ensworth is dedicated to providing all students with a safe, warm environment. We are Community Eligibility Program School, which allows all students to participate in the free meal program. Breakfast is served in the classroom for all students. Lunch is again free to all in the cafeteria, and before students go home, they all have a healthy snack.
Our staff is dedicated to helping each student succeed. We are a Title 1A funded school, which allows us to provide additional services in reading. We have a strong history of academic excellence and look forward to working with you to continue that work with each student.
Learning to work together as a school community is important for everyone. Students work with teachers to develop the classroom culture.
The school as a whole follows three simple rules:
Be safe, Be kind, and Be responsible.
All school staff supports students as they learn what it means to be part of a learning community. Fifth graders participate in Coyote Council and show their support and love for the school by serving in a variety of ways. They make morning announcements, hold the door open for visitors, work with school staff to assist at primary recess time and help run the monthly assemblies.
We love our school and know you will too once you drop by for a visit. It is an amazing place to learn and work.
Dana Pedersen, Principal
2150 NE Daggett Lane
Bend, OR 97701
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