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Portland Public Schools

 
Portland, Oregon

501 N. DixonPortland, OR 97227(503) 916-2000

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  • ODE school and district performance reports available

    The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) issues annual report cards for every school and school district. The report cards offer families and the community valuable information about student attendance and achievement and teacher experience, among other things.

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  • Chapman Elementary to unveil restored mural

    The newly restored 1938 wood marquetry mural at Chapman Elementary School “Send Us Forth to be Buil
    On Thursday, Dec. 1 from 6-8 p.m. the Chapman PTA, Neighbors West-Northwest and Heritage Conservation Group will unveil its newly restored mural in the entrance foyer of Chapman Elementary.
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  • PPS Board passes resolution affirming district’s protection of rights of undocumented students

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    Resolution also outlines plan for training staff for ICE activity at schools

    Citing its commitment to providing for the physical safety and emotional well-being of all children in Portland Public Schools, the Board of Education on Thursday, November 17 considered and unanimously passed a resolution that clarified the District’s procedures relating to Immigration Control Enforcement (ICE) activity in PPS schools.

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  • PPS Pulse, November 2016

     Interim Superintendent Bob McKean and board member Pam Knowles visited a class at Jason Lee School
    Portland Public Schools invites you to read the latest edition of our newsletter Pulse. Included in November’s issue are updates on the 2012 School Building Improvement Bond, boundary review and invitations to participate in the superintendent search and Successful Schools Survey. Also a link to the newly adopted 2017-18 school year calendar.
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  • Seeds of Change Conference

     Seeds of Change Conference Flyer
    Seeds of Change of conference is an opportunity for parents in the Jefferson, Madison and Roosevelt clusters to learn, explore and exchange ideas on how we improve outcomes for our students.  Learn about what's happening for parents and students in the schools.
  • Wilson Cluster Visual Arts Gallery in BESC Lobby through January 13

    The BESC lobby is now adorned with beautiful artwork generated by students in the Wilson Cluster under the direction of PPS visual arts teachers.  A reception will take place in the BESC lobby on Friday, November 18, from 4-6pm for staff, families and the community to celebrate the student work.

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  • Wordstock Portland's Book Festival is Saturday, November 5

    Wordstock Portland's Book Festival is happening on Saturday, November 5, 2016 at the Portland Art Museum. This event is free for attendees 17 and younger, or any student with a valid high school ID. 
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  • TedxYouth PDX "What Now?" Event on November 19, 2016

    The TedxYouth@Portland Core Team is excited to open ticket sales for their third annual event on Saturday, November 19, 2016. The event will revolve around this year’s theme, “What Now?”, as speakers from high schools all over Oregon provide insight to achieving a sustainable and successful future given all the problems our world faces today. 
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  • Honoring our diversity

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    Portland Public Schools Interim Superintendent, Bob McKean
    Across the country and in our schools, we have seen a number of incidents of hate speech over the last several months, and it has risen significantly since last Wednesday. We know that families and students are feeling upset and unsafe and we must come together to create a caring and welcoming community for all students. We want you to know that Portland Public Schools remains steadfastly committed to ensuring that every student is safe, supported and included in our schools.

    The policy of the Board of Education has explicit language stating there will be zero tolerance of any form of discrimination, bullying or harassment of individuals or groups at PPS based on their identities. This kind of behavior toward anyone in our schools will be dealt with swiftly and appropriately.
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