Jackson Middle School

A Leonard Bernstein
School of Artful Learning

10625 SW 35th StPortland, OR 97219Ph 503-916-5680Fx 503-916-2640

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School News

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  • Forecasting for 7th and 8th Grade 2017/18

    It is the time of the year when students forecast their elective classes for 7th and 8th Grade 2017/18. Below are link students used during school and may be helpful for those still needing to forecast.
     
  • Report Bullying

    Report Now Saying no to a bully and to bullying begins with reporting! Students are free to report bullying anonymously by using this online form. Every report will be reviewed by Mr. Crotchett and Mr. Crabtree. In many case students will be talked with to get more information or to simply share the report. 

    Students who are experiencing bullying that will not stop need to be encouraged to reach out to their trusted adults for help. Parents, teachers, counselors, and your principals are here to help. Ask for time to talk with any of us or complete the anonymous report and tell us you want to meet in the description.

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    Use this link to shop just as you normally would and one half of one percent of your purchase goes back to Jackson PTA! Just think about how fast that adds up!

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Principal's Notes

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  • Welcome to Jackson Middle School

    Welcome to Jackson Middle School. It is a pleasure and an honor to have the opportunity to share with you all that makes Jackson a fantastic place for our middle schoolers. With an amazing teaching staff, Jackson's teachers deeply understand the middle schooler and work together, with parents, as a community! As a Bernstein School of Artful Learning, we understand that middle school is not just about reading, writing, and math but also about nurturing the adolescent and preparing them for high school and the world beyond. A rich dynamic elective program balances our core instruction with art integration at every turn, providing students with experiences and opportunities in inquiry, exploration, reflection, and creation.
     
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    Kevin Crotchett, Principal 

District News

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  • Benson Tech rocked the SkillsUSA State Competition

     Benson Tech team at the SkillsUSA State Competition, April 2017
    During the SkillsUSA State Competition, this April 20-21, the Benson team landed a bucket full of medals!  All gold medalists qualify for the National Skills USA conference in Louisville, Kentucky June 19th - 23rd.

    Please congratulate all who participated.  They all were fantastic and made Benson Tech proud!

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  • Important budget message from the Superintendent

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    Hello PPS families and staff,

    On April 4 I presented my proposed budget for the 2017-18 school year to our School Board. I want to make sure you know what our spending priorities are, and what they will mean for you and your PPS student or students.

    This is a budget of difficult choices. We made extra cuts to central administration to prioritize direct services for students, but we still must make some painful cuts to our schools. Although the cuts will affect each school differently, they will be noticeable. This proposed budget is the first step in a long process, and we will be seeking your input and engagement as we manage this difficult fiscal climate.

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  • PPS budget: We want to hear from you

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    CORRECTION: 2nd budget listening session is Tuesday, April 25

    Budget overview
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    We want to hear from you about the 2017-18 budget for PPS! The Portland School Board has scheduled three listening sessions to take your comments on how we should allocate our dollars in the coming year.

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  • From Tom Koehler, Chair of the Board of Education: Budget and Bond

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    Dear PPS Families and Staff:

    Spring is approaching and it’s that time of year when we begin building budgets and plans for the next school year.

    I spent Monday in Salem with a fellow board member, PPS principals and educators and school districts from across Oregon to advocate for additional resources to support K-12 education and our local schools. The state is facing a shortfall of approximately $1.7 billion and the budgets proposed for K-12 from the Governor and Legislature are not adequate to maintain current levels of services.

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