The Pendleton School District assures that no person shall on the grounds of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability or income as provided by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related authorities, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any Pendleton School District sponsored program or activity.
Kyle Burnside Memorial Award and Scholarship
Kyle Burnside will always be remembered as a student athlete who gave to others. He participated in both Cross Country and Track as well as gave his time and efforts to helping with the Round Up City Racer Youth Track Program.
The recipients of the Kyle Burnside award have participated in both Cross Country and Track at Pendleton High School for more than one season in each sport. The recipients have also volunteered with the Round Up City Racers, demonstrating the importance of both dedication and generosity to others.
Our Pendleton high school athletic memorials can be found in the Buckaroo Hall of Champions (BHC), outside of Warberg Court. All memorials either recognize outstanding coaches or athletes that have made a tremendous impact on Pendleton High School. Student-athletes at Pendleton High School are chosen annually by their varsity coaches to be recipients of these memorial awards.
2011 Nicole Dillavou, Katie Dillavou, Tyler Zyph, Jacob Peterson, Fabian Argueta
2012 Kevin Robinson, Courtlyn Goodwin, Sandra Torre
2013 Jacob Rickman, Kyle Waggoner, Blake Franklin
2014 Weyekin Bill; Daniel Van Cleave
2015 Hannah Boozer; Madison Kelm
2016 Nolan Bylenga; Chyenne Carey; Delaney Clem; Clancy Deutz; Grayson Hughbanks; Zoe Fishel; Asa Richerson; Taryn Sokoloski; Kaleigh Waggoner
2017 Emma Montgomery; Chris Newman
2018 Jaiden Lemberger; Dani Moore
2019 Kaiya Spencer; Brooke Zander
2021 Grace Phillips; Kyndra Nelson; Kendall Bonzai