Wednesday, November 8:
Thursday, November 9:
There is no school for students November 8, 9, & 10
I am looking forward to meeting the parent(s)/guardian(s) of our Cleveland High School students during Back to School Night on Wednesday, September 13th.
We will have a short program in the auditorium which begins at approximately 6:05 pm with our award winning Pep Band and the ClevelanDAIRES. You will have an opportunity to meet our administrative team, counselors, representatives from the PTA, School Foundation, and several other important individuals who work hard to make CHS a great school!
You will begin to tour your child's classrooms and meet their teachers at 6:40 pm. We will have copies of your student's schedule at the school and you can also use ParentVUE to look up your child's schedule.
I want to hear from parents/guardians and I hope you will attend with or without your student! As the new principal of Cleveland, I would like to hear what is going well for your student(s), answer your questions, and hear about what Cleveland can do differently, if anything, to support your child.
I'm excited to meet the families of the brilliant and courageous young people that our school serves. See you Wednesday, Sept. 13th!!
Ayesha C. Freeman,
Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero pledged Monday to work in collaboration with ACCESS Academy leaders to find a solution that continues to provide educational services to the unique needs of students “that ACCESS excels at supporting.”
“It’s important to recognize that there may be particular students who may not be served well” in their traditional neighborhood school, Guerrero said during a PPS Board work session on middle schools. “I get it.”
Petra Callin, Emi Donis and Nate Waas Shull had plenty of notes to compare.
Callin, the principal of Madison High School, hosted Donis and Waas Shull on Thursday, Oct. 12, as part of the Principal for Almost a Day (PFAD) event. The program places business, government and civic leaders into public high schools in Multnomah County, including all 79 Portland Public Schools campuses.
Cleveland put itself in position to win the Portland Interscholastic League girls soccer championship with a 2-1 victory over Grant in a first-place showdown Wednesday, Oct. 11, at Cleveland High School.