Wednesdays at 2:45PM - Urban Gleaners Food Distribution
Fri. 11/4: NO SCHOOL - Teacher Grading Day
Fri. 11/11: NO SCHOOL - Veterans Day Holiday
Fri. 11/18, 9:00a: PTA Parent Coffee
Sun. 11/20: Creston PTA Dine-out at Grassa (1375 SE Hawthorne)
Mon. 11/21 & Tues. 11/22: Parent Teacher Conferences
Wed. 11/23 - Fri. 11/25: NO SCHOOL - Fall Break
Wed. 11/30: Picture Retake Day
Mon. 12/19 - Mon. 1/2: NO SCHOOL - Winter Break
Tues. 1/3: Back to School in 2023!
November 17, 2022
Dear PPS families and students,
Every week, I am filled with joy and gratitude when I visit our school communities. We have a community that continues to demonstrate a commitment to the success of our children and youth. We have adults who care deeply for our students, and who work hard to ensure each child thrives.
Dear PPS Community,
I want to recognize, on this Veterans Day, all those individuals who have served our country, especially those members of our families and local community who have previously worn a uniform. I want to take this moment to also thank the many veterans who continue their public service by choosing to work in the Portland Public Schools.
Dear PPS Families,
There has been a surge in pediatric respiratory illnesses other than COVID-19 such as respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), rhinovirus/enterovirus, and influenza around the country this fall. Health departments in other states have seen children presenting with multiple respiratory illnesses. According to the Oregon Health Authority, rates of respiratory disease are currently relatively low in our state, but that could change based on the arrival of winter weather, and any increase in rates has the potential to overwhelm our hospital system.
PPS takes these steps to ensure healthy school environments so that in-person learning can continue. In accordance with CDC guidance, we are also urging families to take steps to protect themselves and minimize the spread of communicable diseases in our schools.
Dear PPS Families,
Every special education student deserves a high-quality and equitable learning experience. This belief is born from my lived experiences as an educator, and from my relationships with students receiving special education services and their families. Students that receive special education services are our community’s children, and the reason why many of us became educators.
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM School Board- Facilities and Operations Committee (Board of Education)
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM School Board- Policy Committee Meeting
3:15 PM - 4:45 PM School Board- Audit Committee Meeting
5:00 PM - 8:00 PM School Board- Work Session
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM School Board- Levy Committee
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM School Board- Regular Meeting
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM School Board- Intergovernmental Committee Meeting
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM School Board- Facilities and Operations Committee Meeting