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2735 NE 82ndPortland, OR 97220Ph (503) 916-5220Fx (503) 916-2702

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  • Housing and Energy Assistance for families:

    Families who would like information regarding housing and energy assistance, please note this upcoming date: 

    Latino Network
    Appointments available? YES

    Latino Network’s energy line opens every Monday 9:30am-10:30am for PGE, Pacific Power, NW Natural, oil, wood, and propane customers. Please call 503-208-2174 when the line is open to leave a message to be called back for an appointment.

    Native American Youth and Family Center (NAYA)
    Appointments available? YES

    NAYA's energy line will open Wednesday, February 22 10am-10:30am for PGE, Pacific Power, NW Natural, oil, wood, and propane customers. Please call 503-288-8177 ext. 322 to leave a message with your full name, number, and utility company or type of heating fuel you are seeking assistance with.

     If you have any questions, please contact Madison's Social Services Coordinator, Sharlivia Slaughter, at (503)916-5220 ext 79351.

  • Madison Reads!

    Participate in Madison Reads, our all-community reads event! The book this year is The Edge of Lost which Publishers Weekly calls “compulsive reading.” It is available in the library to check-out NOW! The author, Kristina McMorris, will visit our school March 7th.

  • Robotics Team Advances to state!

    Madison's FTC Robotics team, The Slingshot, made it through the semi qualifier on Feb.11, and is headed to the state competition on Sunday, February 26, at Benson HS! Spectators are welcome. Time TBD so watch here for more information as it is available. The Slingshot

    Congratulations, Senators!


    Left to right: Huy Nguyen, Andy Tran, Joseph Tran, Dylan Jay

  • AP and Project Lead the Way: New partnership for 2016!

    Click on the flyer link to see details on all pathways!

    Madison is now part of the new AP College Board and PLTW Partnership for 2016 where 100 colleges and university partners now actively recruit our STEM students with college scholarships, admission preference, and course credit. For details on courses offered at Madison and where they can lead you, see the attached flyer!
    GO MAD! 
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District News

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  • School Board approves boundary changes for Peninsula and Chief Joseph

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    The Portland Public Schools Board of Directors voted unanimously last night to approve boundary changes to Peninsula and Chief Joseph schools, both feeder schools for Ockley Green Middle School. The 7-0 vote endorses one of two proposals from the District-wide Boundary Review Advisory Committee (DBRAC), which was formed in 2014 to help with enrollment balancing across Portland Public Schools.
  • Nine of our schools earn EPA’s ENERGY STAR rating

    At a ceremony on February 10 at Wilson High School in SW Portland, nine PPS schools were recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for achieving ENERGY STAR certification. To receive this certification, a building must perform in the top 25% of similar facilities nationwide for energy efficiency, and meet strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the EPA. ENERGY STAR schools use an average of 35% less energy, and also release 35% less carbon dioxide.

    Read the full press release here.

  • From the factory to the toy; Mechanisms for triggering new educational behaviors

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    Giancarlo Mozzanti, prominent Colombian architect will speak:

    Friday February 24, 5:30PM
    At the University of Oregon Portland Center
    70 NW Couch Street
    Admission Free

  • Enrollment balancing for Peninsula, Chief Joseph and Ockley Green

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    The District-wide Boundary Review Advisory Committee (DBRAC) was formed in 2014 to help with enrollment balancing across Portland Public Schools. The committee’s most recent work led them to propose two options to help relieve crowding at Chief Joseph and to create more robust enrollment at Peninsula starting in the 2017-18 school year. On January 30, 2017, Interim Superintendent Bob McKean endorsed one of two DBRAC proposals.

    The proposal, which still requires the approval of the Board of Education, may be reviewed at,

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