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Wilson High School

A comprehensive public high school
with a proud tradition of excellence.

1151 SW VermontPortland, OR 97219Ph 503-916-5280Fx 503-916-2705

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  • Printable Bell Schedule
    includes instructional minutes

     

    2016-2017

    A/B Standard Schedule
    A=Periods 1-4
    B=Periods 5-8
    See the online calendar for specific A and B designations and week-to-week schedule for Tutor Time.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:47
    Per. 2/6 9:52-11:24
    Lunch 11:24-12:01
    Per. 3/7 12:06-1:38
    Per. 4/8 1:43-3:15
    Tutor Time/Assembly Schedule
    Tutor Times will be held most Thursdays and additionally on either Wednesday or Friday. Assemblies will be held during the Tutor Time block.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:31
    Tutor Time/Assembly 9:36-10:36
    Per. 2/6 10:41-11:57
    Lunch 11:57-12:33
    Per. 3/7 12:38-1:54
    Per. 4/8 1:59-3:15
    Early Dismissal Schedule - District Professional Development
    District-wide Wednesday early dismissal for Teacher Professional Development on September 21, October 19, February 15, and May 17.
    Per. 1/5 8:15-9:18
    Per. 2/6 9:23-10:26
    Per. 3/7 10:31-11:34
    Lunch 11:34-12:07
    Per. 4/8 12:12-1:15
    Early Dismissal/Prof Dev 1:15-3:15

     

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  • Get to Know Wilson

  • Seniors

    Senior Calendar and Graduation Countdown: Click here.
     
    Clear Fees
    Fees need to be paid before you can purchase prom tickets, receive graduation tickets, and receive your diploma.  Amounts due can include fees for transcripts sent electronically or mailed to colleges.  Fees can be paid to Ana Curtis, the bookkeeper in room 149 and transcript fees can be paid to Ana Curtis or Sharon Dailey, the counseling secretary. Check with Ana if you’re not sure if you owe fees.
     
    Place Your Jostens Orders Now!
    Jostens website:  www.jostens.com
    Jostens toll-free phone number:  1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367)
  • Student Coloring Books On Sale

    Coloring Book “Color My Dreams,” a coloring-book collection of original art by students in Marie Pearson’s illustration class, is on sale now. All proceeds go toward classroom art supplies for Wilson students. Coloring books are $10 each. Find them in the Bookkeeper’s office in room 149 or Ms. Pearson’s room (247/248). The students' drawings are on display in the case by the main office.
  • My Life Matters Assembly

    Today's assembly was a collaborative effort between our Leadership class, our Black Student Union, Gender and Sexuality Alliance, Latin@ Club and the Asian and Pacific Islander Club--alongside many engaged teachers/advisors. The focus of the assembly was an affirmation that every student at Wilson High School matters and deserves to be treated with dignity, compassion and respect. The keynote address was delivered by Reed College professor Dr. Kathleen Saadat. If you missed it, you can still watch the video.

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  • Roosevelt Cluster Visual Arts Gallery in BESC lobby through mid-April

    The Roosevelt Cluster visual arts teachers invite you to observe student artwork in the BESC foyer. As a collective of teachers, the cluster has brought together several pieces of artwork that will be displayed through mid-April. As you walk by the gallery each day, please take a moment to read the informational tags accompanying each piece of work which provide key details regarding a student's particular unit of study. A reception celebrating the work will take place on Monday, April 3rd from 4:00-6:00 pm.

    Thank you for your continued support of our students’ work and the arts in PPS!

  • Announcing Portland Public Schools’ new Senior Director Kristie Lindholm

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     Kristie Lindholm, Senior Director,  Office of School Performance

    Dear PPS Families and Staff,

    I am pleased to announce that Kristie Lindholm will become a Senior Director in the Office of School Performance on July 1.

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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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  • PPS Pulse, March 2017

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