General Info

Principal:  Drew Frank

Office Manager:  Margaret Iverson

Grade Levels:  K-5

Location

1200 NW Upas Ave
Redmond, OR 97756

Student Hours

Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri 8:55-3:25

Wed. 8:55-2:25

Phone | Email

Office: 541-526-6400
Fax: 541-526-6401

mccall-info@redmondschools.org

School Supplies on blackboard

Welcome back to school, Mustangs! The first day of school is different for different grades: 2nd – 5th start on Tuesday, Sept. 7th; 1st graders will start on Thursday, Sept. 9th and our Kindergarten student’s first official day will be on Thursday, Sept. 16th.  See you soon!

You’re invited to come meet your student’s teacher on Wednesday, September 1st.  Please plan on dropping in at any time between 3:00-4:00 pm to meet the teacher, view the classroom and drop off school supplies, if you have them.  

Kindergarten families: you will get to meet the entire KG team since your students will not be placed with a teacher by then.  Please do not bring in school supplies at this time.

Kinder and 1st grade:  At this time, you will schedule an assessment for your child.

We are very excited to meet you and welcome you to Tom McCall Elementary School! 

Connect Workshop

Your kids are going to hear about marijuana, tobacco and other drugs one way or another— it’s best if they hear about it from you.

The Connect Workshop is a FREE, two-hour opportunity via Zoom for parents and guardians in Deschutes County to learn factual, unbiased information and skills to start conversations with their kids about marijuana and other drugs.

Connect Workshop Objectives: • Learn about your child’s brain and how it can be affected by different substances like alcohol, marijuana and tobacco/vaping • Learn strategies for navigating difficult conversations with your child about different substances • Connect and learn from other parents in a non-judgmental environment

***Receive a $20 Visa eGift Card after completing the workshop***

Learn more and register at sharedfuturecoalition.org/connect

Connect Workshop Flyer -English

De una manera u otra sus hijos van a escuchar sobre marihuana, tabaco, vaporizador electrónico y otras drogas- es mejor que lo escuchen de usted.

El taller Connect es una oportunidad GRATUITA de dos horas a través de Zoom para padres y tutores en Condado de Deschutes para aprender información objetiva e imparcial y habilidades para iniciar conversaciones con sus niños sobre la marihuana y otras drogas.

• Aprenda sobre el cerebro de su hijo y como le pueden afectar las diferentes sustancias como alcohol, marihuana y tabaco/vaporizador electrónico. • Aprenda estrategias para navegar conversaciones difíciles con su hijo sobre diferentes substancias. • Conéctese y aprenda con otros padres en un entorno sin críticas.

Obtenga más información y regístrese en: sharedfuturecoalition.org/projects/connect/

*Es necesario registrarse*
10/28/21 (jueves) Regístrese para 10/29/21 (viernes) Regístrese para 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. 10/28/21 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. 10/29/21 Este taller será Este taller será llevado a cabo en llevado a cabo en español Español

*** Reciba una tarjeta Visa eGift de $ 20 después de completar el taller ***

Connect-Workshop Flyer -Spanish

News & Information

Tom McCall Elementary School’s Parent Teacher Connection (PTC) strives to support the excellent teachers and staff and foster the educational development of students.

Our annual fundraiser, the Tom McCall Mustang Fun Run, allows students the opportunity to get outside and get moving while raising funds to support the school. We host several family-oriented events throughout the school year, as well.

These efforts allow the Tom McCall PTC to assist educators in purchasing materials and equipment that may otherwise be unattainable throughout the school.

Click HERE for more information

Our Principal

Drew Frank has been the principal at Tom McCall Since September 2011.  Prior to coming to McCall, Mr. Frank worked as the Students Services Director at Buckingham Elementary.  This position is a kin to an assistant principal.  Before beginning his administrative career, Mr. Frank was a classroom teacher for 10 years in Bend.
Mr. Frank earned his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Pitzer College, in Southern California.  It was there that he played basketball for the college as well as solidified his desire to be part of the educational system of our country.  Having grown up as the son of two educators, you could say, “teaching is in his blood.”  If you ask Mr. Frank if he is a Duck or a Beaver; he’ll proudly say the Beavs!
Mr. Frank has an incredible wife who is a nurse in the Bend School District and two kids, one in college and one in high school.  He loves to spend time with his family in the great outdoors. They love to camp, swim, play tennis and be active together.  Mr. Frank is proud to be the principal of our school and he loves working with the staff, students, and families to make McCall the best it can be.

Drew Frank

Principal, Tom McCall Elementary