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Glencoe Elementary

Glencoe is an inclusive community that
cares, collaborates and perseveres.

825 SE 51st AvenuePortland, OR 97215Ph (503) 916-6207Fx (503) 916-2628

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Glencoe
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  • Charitable Giving for Glencoe Families

    Glencoe has a small population of families who struggle with housing, food and clothing throughout the year.  During the holiday season and the cold winter, there is extra strain on these families to provide for their children.  Won't you please consider making a donation towards helping these families?  The Glencoe office is collecting gift cards in denominations of $25 or less  (for easy distribution) for Fred Meyer and Target stores.  Thank you.
  • Help For The Homeless

    The Glencoe Kindergarten Team is asking you to help the homeless this winter.

    We are collecting items to help with providing for winter needs in Portland’s homeless community. Please help us by putting your donations in the bin next to the power bike in the main hallway. We will be collecting donations from now until Wednesday, December 14th.

    •  Rain Gear: Tarps, Rain Jackets or Ponchos and dry socks (especially wool)
    • Cold Weather Gear: Blankets, Coats and Gloves
    • Athlete's Foot Cream
    • Diapers Size 3 and up
     



     

  • Dismissal & Transportation

    Where to pick up your student and how are they getting home?

Principal's
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    Dear Glencoe Families,

    Last Thursday was Principal for a Day and I was able to spend the morning with Alissa Keny-Guyer, the State Representative for our SE area. This is an opportunity sponsored by All Hands Raised to bring individuals into the schools to understand each schools’ successes and chal-lenges. We visited classrooms, talked to stu-dents and teachers and spent some time talking about Measure 97 and the positive impact it could have on education. If you have not yet researched this Measure I encourage you to do so before you turn in your ballot.

    Friday night was the annual Harvest Festival. I heard from many families that it was one of the best ones to date. Not holding much history here all I can say is that it was very well done. There were so many new games, circus activities, Food Carts to order dinner and of course some repeat favorites such as Fortune Telling and Book Giveaways. I want to thank all the families who helped plan, set-up, execute and clean up. It was quite the production!

    We are heading into an inconsistent school cal-endar this month with a variety of interruptions to the school week. Please make sure you are checking the calendar of events on our website.

    Conferences are the week of Wednesday and Thursday, November 9th and 10th. Teachers will review a progress report, not report card, to give parents a solid understanding of their child’s academic and social/emotional skills. If you have not yet signed up for a Parent/Teacher con-ference, please contact the main office for your appointment. If you are a parent of a current 4th or 5th grader you should have received your child’s state Smarter Balanced test results from Spring 2016 in the mail. If you have questions

    about this information, feel free to bring the letter with you so teachers can explain the results.

    Each school received a State Report Card in Octo-ber. I reviewed the test results at Site Council and the October PTA meeting. Although schools did not receive an overall rating the report card shared each school’s participation rate on the state test and students’ performance in both math and read-ing. Out of the 220 students who took the state test 154/220 in math and 165/220 in reading performed at or above the performance expectation for their grade level. This is an increase in performance levels from Spring 2015. We had approximately 40 students who did not participate in the testing process so our participation rate fell under the 95% expectations set by the state. According to these results there is a gap in achievement between our white students, our students of color and our eco-nomically disadvantaged students. This is some-thing that we are aware of and are attempting to address through our Equity and CARE work as a staff.

    We are finally reaching Daylight Savings and turn-ing our clocks back. So, don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour this coming Saturday night, November 5th.

    Hope to see you at this month’s PTA meeting, Parent/Teacher Conferences or Family Art night on November 17th at 6:00 pm.

    Best,

    Lori Clark

    Glencoe Principal

     

District
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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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