Pine Eagle Charter School
|Pine Eagle Charter School|
|Halfway, Oregon, Baker 97834
|School type||Charter School|
|Motto||Be Safe, Be Respectful, Be Responsible.|
|School district||Pine Eagle School District|
|NCES School ID||410972000016|
|Number of students||188 (2014)|
|Color(s)||Red, white and blue
Pine Eagle Charter School offers multiple dual credit courses in Career and Technical Education, Biology, Writing, Composition, Calculus, Speech, Chemistry, Early Childhood Development and Spanish, also provide students with access to online college courses. With these available courses, students can earn the equivalent to an Associate degree. The school also provides students with hands on experience in the building trades, electronic control systems, Early Childhood Education, and computer programing.
On April 26, 2013, two masked men wearing hoodies burst into the school conference room and pretended to open fire. It was a surprise drill designed to test the school's preparation for an assault by "active shooters". On April 20, 2015, a teacher at the school filed a federal lawsuit, alleging that the drill caused her to have posttraumatic stress disorder.
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- Denson, Bryan (20 April 2015). "Teacher terrified by surprise 'active shooter' drill in eastern Oregon schoolhouse files federal lawsuit". The Oregonian. Retrieved 7 May 2015.