Welcome to Riverside Jr/Sr High School - Home of the Pirates

Image: Pirates Mascot Welcome to Riverside Jr/Sr High School and the community of Boardman, Oregon!

We have a student population of about 400 students, grades 7-12, with class sizes averaging about 25. Despite its size, Riverside students enjoy a dynamic staff. Diversity is seen in the variety of clubs, athletic opportunities and some of the best technology available. The administration is great and supportive in creating a safe learning environment. Everything combined; Riverside offers unique opportunities that can’t be found in big schools.

Business Week and Greatschools ranked Riverside Jr/Sr High School #1 Top Academic Performance for Low Socio Economic Area and #1 Most Improved school in Oregon. GO PIRATES!

Boardman is a great place to live, work, play and raise a family.  When asked, most will tell you it is the people who make this town so special.  They are hardworking, forward thinking, energetic and supportive of their children, neighbors and community.  We are proud of the way Boardman residents work together to provide opportunities for all ages – from sports teams to social events, to raising money for a good cause, there is always something to do and a new friend to meet.

Schedule an Adolescent Well Care Exam With Your Local Medical Clinic!

photo: doctor holding card that says "wellness"

¡Programe un Examen de Adolescente de Bien Cuidado con su Clínica Médica Local! *Haga clic aquí para descargar este anuncio en español (PDF)
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Morrow County and Ione School Districts strongly encourage you to schedule an adolescent well care exam appointment (which includes an evaluation for OSAA sport/activity participation) beginning June 1, and throughout the summer months to be prepared for the fall school year.

Morrow County Health District and Columbia River Community Health Services will be providing exams for youth ages 11-21 by appointment onlyPrint the Flyer (PDF)

  • Boardman Columbia River Community Health Services (541) 481-7212
  • Heppner Pioneer Memorial Clinic (541) 676-5504
  • Ione Community Clinic (541) 422-7128
  • Irrigon Medical Clinic (541) 922-5880

Why are wellness exams important? Physical, social and emotional changes during adolescence increase the need for continuous, comprehensive preventive services and adolescents are laying the foundation for lifestyle and behaviors that persist into adulthood.

The American Medical Association’s Guidelines for Adolescent Preventive Services, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Bright Futures Guidelines, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all recommend comprehensive annual check-ups for adolescents. Adolescents who can easily access preventive health services are more likely to be healthy and able to reach milestones such as high school graduation, entry into the work force, higher education or military service.

What can you expect during an exam? During an adolescent well care exam, the health care professional conducts a risk and strength assessment, listens to parent and youth concerns, conducts necessary screening and provides guidance on key health promotion priorities such as family support, healthy weight, nutrition and physical activity, mental health, healthy growth and development, safety and injury prevention, and oral health. The exam will include, if necessary, an evaluation for clearance to participate in sports/activities and completion of the required OSAA form.

Who provides the AWC exam? Morrow County health care providers care about you, your family and community. Make an appointment for an adolescent well care exam with your local Morrow County health clinic. If the patient has insurance, the insurance will be billed, and the balance, if any, will not be charged to the patient. There will be no out of pocket cost to you.

If you need assistance with transportation, please contact the CARE Team at 541-481-4200.

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