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Sabin K-8 School

Achieve Anything
Through Education

4013 NE 18th Ave.Portland, OR 97212Ph 503-916-6181Fx 503-916-2669


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  • New Sabin Newsletter "The Sabin Sentinel"

     The Sabin Sentinel, Issue 1
    Check out "The Sabin Sentinel".
  • Morning routine change for all students

    Morning Schedule for PYP or Primary Years Program (Grades K-5) 8:25 a.m. – 2:50 p.m.

    We have modified our morning routine for all students. On Mondays (or the first day of the school week), K-5 students will gather under the covered area for nuggets of wisdom/morning message with their teachers as they have done so in the past. For the remainder of the week, students will go directly to their classrooms. The intent of this change is to allow students to have more time in their classrooms.

    Morning Schedule for MYP or Middle Years Program (Grades 6-8) 8:20 a.m. – 3 p.m.

    On Mondays, 6th – 8th grade students will meet in the auditorium on the first day of school for a morning message and to learn about their schedule.
  • School supply lists 2016-17

    School supply lists by class
  • Welcome to Sabin's New Website!

    We have made the switch to our new mobile-responsive web site. Within the next few weeks our site should be up-to-date with useful information to get you ready for the start of school. Please check back regularly.


  • Greetings Sabin Students, Family and Staff,


    Reiko Willams, Sabin Principal I am so pleased to be welcoming you to a new school year. I am honored to be following in Mr. Andrew Dauch’s footsteps as your new principal and look forward to an exciting year! Thank you to all of the families, students, staff and community members who have made this transition a pleasant one for all of our front office staff. My schedule during this transition has been full answering emails, hosting visitors along with scheduled meetings. This year, we have approximately, 540 students from grades K-8 and nearly 60 staff.


    We have many new staff this year in our building and several changes which we are very excited about. In a little more than one month, I have had the tremendous pleasure of sitting down with many staff to learn about the strengths and opportunities at Sabin from each of their unique perspectives. What I can tell you that I learned from those interactions is that we have a very talented group of professionals committed to student success. They embody the principles of IB (Risk-Taker, Thinker, Inquirer, Principled, Knowledgeable, Communicator, Balanced, Reflective, Caring, and Open-Minded) and in a variety of ways work to model IB for Sabin students.


    The year ahead will be one full of new adventure, new skills and new learning. As in life, it will not come without challenges; however, if we each remember the principles around which our school operates, I believe that we can get through any obstacle together and in the process build a stronger Sabin for our children while modeling respect, collaboration and teamwork. I am committed to academic and personal excellence, inclusivity, and fun! In just over a month’s time, I have met some of the most welcoming, thoughtful, reflective and participatory families and staff. You all reflect the bright light of Sabin and I truly look forward to all that we will accomplish together to keep that light glowing!


    Reiko Williams
    Sabin Principal


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  • Temporary ESL Welcome Centers Fall 2016

    HOURS: 8:30AM – 4PM
    OPEN: 8/22 – 8/31

    Three locations to serve your student:

    Franklin High School@Marshal
    3905 SE 91st Ave.

    Wilson High School
    1151 SW Vermont St.

    James John Elementary School
    7439 Charleston Ave.

  • Roosevelt opening delayed one day, classes start Tuesday, August 30

    Dear Roosevelt High School Families and Community,

    We have been hard at work all summer preparing for the new school year. The facilities look beautiful and are ready for our students. We want to provide our teachers with an additional day to make final touches to their classrooms. We are delaying the start of school by one day; students will start school Tuesday, August 30th.

  • Healthy Schools Update: Week of August 22

    Dear PPS Families and Staff:

    We hope that you have had a wonderful summer and that everyone is excited about starting the new school year next week.

    Saturday, August 27 from 9:00am-noon is Portland Public Schools’ Annual Project Community Care Day. Join PPS staff and community volunteers to help prepare schools to welcome students back to class next week. More information is available here.

  • 2014-15 Oregon English Language Learner Report Released

    The Oregon English Language Learner Report is an annual publication required by ORS 327.016, which reports on financial information for English language learner programs and the objectives and needs of students eligible for and enrolled in an English language learner program. The report provides information on the demographics of students in English language learner programs in each school district. In addition, this report provides a tool that makes data on English language learners accessible to researchers, media, students, and parents.

    Please contact Chelsea Clinton, ODE Office of Research and Analysis, with any questions regarding this report.
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