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Beaumont Middle School

We practice our CORE values every day:
Collaboration, Organization, Responsibility, and Empathy.

4043 NE FremontPortland, OR 97212Ph 503-916-5610Fx 503-916-2609

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  • Welcome to our new site!

    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.


  • Dear Beaumont Families,

    I hope you are enjoying the last few weeks of summer and staying cool. We are excited to see you again on August 29th, 2016. And we want to make sure that you have the important information that you need prior your student returning to campus. Some of this has been sent out previously with the student schedules. Student’s schedules were mailed this week. Here, I am sharing a link to the school supply list, the names of the new Beaumont staff members, and again the important dates and information about the first day,.

     The school supply list can be found here:

     The new staff members to welcome: — Regina Sun: Assistant Principal

     Elise Darling: Principal’s Secretary

     Jennifer Makinster: School Nurse

     Jennifer Bennett: 6th Grade Language Arts and Social Studies, Yearbook and Leadership: Formally the Student Advocate

     George Massey: 6th Grade Math

     Lindsay King: Art Elective Teacher Grades 6,7 and 8

     Emilee RefVem: 6th Grade Counselor

    Please anticipate receiving the new staff members’ biographies in the next newsletter.

     Important dates: — August 29th: First Day of school: Students new to Beaumont will arrive at 9AM. Returning Students arrive at 11AM

     September 7th: Back to School Night

     September 16th:Back to School Picnic

    Other key information:

     SchoolPay: The district will institute a new way to pay fees this year called SchoolPay. It has a website that requires a registration for its use. You will receive information about SchoolPay in the Back to School packet. SchoolPay can be used to pay for field trips, band fees, and P.E. uniforms. Also in this packet you will find the student verification form. Please update your emergency contacts and change any information that is outdated. The form must be signed before returning it to school.

     Student Planners: This year, we are charging a five dollar fee for each Student Planner. You can also pay this fee on the SchoolPay website, once you have registered.

    Lastly, for your information, Beaumont is participating in the annual Community Care Day this Saturday August 27, 2016. We are coming together to spruce up the school grounds for the first day of school. Parents, if you are available, please come share your time with us and make new friends. The event will start at 9 AM and conclude at 12 PM.


    We look forward to seeing you on Monday, if not sooner on the Saturday Community Care Day!



    Harriette Vimegnon, Principal


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  • PPS High Schools Welcome 8th Grade students

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    Prospective high school students can visit their neighborhood high school or a focus option school at information sessions being held district-wide November through February.
  • Next Steps: Enrollment Balancing

    Dear Portland Public Schools Community,
    I accepted the role of Interim Superintendent of Portland Public Schools (PPS) at a challenging moment in time. During my first month on the job, I initiated an assessment of the programmatic and system priorities identified by the Board of Education for the 2016-17 school year. After these priorities were established, a number of additional priorities emerged that also require attention:

  • Indoor rowing education comes to Portland Public Schools

     Recent Erg Ed event in Seattle WA.
    PPS has been awarded the 2016-2017 Erg Ed Grant. This grant provides erg equipment, access to the Erg Ed Curriculum, and comprehensive teacher training throughout the year.
  • PPS employee recognized as a hero

     Bryan Meyers (left) and Steve Barton (right), courtesy Gladstone Fire Dept.
    Union painter Bryan Meyers has received a Citizen Life Saving Award from local Gladstone police. Bryan’s quick thinking and actions saved his neighbor’s life during a cardiac arrest earlier this year. Click more for a local news story that includes gripping audio of the 911 call.
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