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  • Message About Third Quarter Report Cards

    Message about Third Quarter Report Cards/Progress Reports


    We just wanted to remind families that as part of the terms with Portland Association of Teachers (PAT) to turn a planning day into an instructional day to make up for school closures this winter, the district agreed that third quarter report cards/progress reports will only be mandatory for students that meet the following criteria:

    ·         Seniors

    ·         Students who otherwise need a grade (i.e. eligibility for athletics or college applications)

    ·         Students in quarter classes

    ·         Students in danger of failing or whose behavior or achievement shows a significant decline

    ·         Special education students


    Please know that at any time you can communicate directly with your child’s teacher to discuss your child’s progress and understand how your child is performing in school.


    Also know that end of year report cards/progress reports will be delivered to all families upon completion of the school year in accordance with the regular schedule.


    If you have any questions about the original announcement, please go to:

  • Ockley Green Newsletter 4.14.2017

    Check out the latest issue of our newsletter. Click the "Español" link for the translated version.
  • Ockley Green Action Plan

    Ockley Green Action Plan
  • Change Your Words, Change Your Mindset

    Change Your Words, Change Your Mindset
  • OG's Cell Phone and Electronic Devices Policy

    OG’s Cell Phone and Electronic Devices Policy

     All cellphones/devices (ex. headphones)  are the responsibility of the student, not the school. Students are expected to put these devices away upon entering the school. Prior to 3:45 pm, students are not to have devices out in school. No devices are to be used during class, in the hallways or during lunch or recess. If you need to contact family members, please do so from the office phone.

     Non-approved usage will result in:

    1. Giving a warning
    2. Taking the device for the remainder of the day and involving parents
    3. Requiring that the device be secured daily in the main office upon the student’s arrival to school        
  • Radon Report

    See the latest Ockley Green Radon Report (also listed under the Radon section of "Our School").
  • 3.24.2017 Principal's Message to Students

    Thank you for being here today and partnering with us to give you the best education that will last a lifetime.
    The most recent events of several disturbing social media posts have underscored the importance of how we treat each other.  It is my expectation that we all create a school community that is caring and respectful.
    Now more than ever is a time that we must speak and treat each other with a type of kindness and care that we all deserve.  One of the biggest lies we have ever told each other is, “ Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.”  That is a lie.  Words do hurt and can have a lasting impact on the person we dream of becoming.  A deeper lie has seeped into our culture.  It is the lie that the type of posts we put on Instagram is a joke or has an attitude of, “ I was just playing.”  The reality is that racist, hurtful and ugly posts do have an impact on people and communities.  This negative and hurtful impact has been felt here at Ockley Green.  My hope is that we will all take time to self-reflect and make decisions that draw us closer to being our better selves.  As we move forward this year, we will take a more concentrated effort to listen, support and equip you on how to care for each other and stand up for those who cannot.  Let's finish this last day before Spring Break with an attitude of excellence.
    Go Dragons!!
    Mr. Logan
  • Parent Group Fundraisers

    For information about two upcoming Parent Group Fundraisers, see the link under Our School, Parent Group, Fundraisers.


  • 3.16.2017 Principal's Message

    Ockley Green Families,

    The below communication was delivered to our students.  Please discuss with your student the importance of arriving to class on time and being prepared to learn.  I appreciate your support in this matter and your on-going partnership with us to make OGMS a school we are all proud of.  Thank you.

     OG Students.

    I want to thank many of you for following through with our hallway and classroom transition expectations, which requires all students to arrive to class on time and ready to learn. This is an important part of having a successful middle school and one that we must continue to improve on.  At this time, too many students are not getting to class on time.  My expectations and your teachers expectations are that you:

    Arrive on time to class

    Arrive with all needed supplies

    Participate in a way that allows all to participate

    Take responsibility for your learning

    To encourage and support you with following through on these expectations, we will be conducting hall sweeps beginning on Thursday, March 23rd.  Students who are tardy to class will be escorted to a specific location and consequence with writing a letter home and administration making a call home.  I fully believe you are more than capable of following through on these expectations and know it will make our school better for it.  

     Mr. Logan


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