Kelly Elementary School

​Together, We Grow and Thrive.
Вместе мы растём и развиваемся.

9030 SE CooperPortland, OR 97266Ph (503) 916-6350Fx (503) 916-2644

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Kelly Family Bulletin

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    FUN RUN Forms
  • Family Bulletin: April 22

    In this week's bulletin:
    • Fun Run
    • Cooking Classes/Zumba
    • Talent Show
    • Child Care for 2018-19 
  • April 15: Family Bulletin

    In this issue:
     
    Late Opening
    FUN RUN! Volunteers Needed!
    SUN School Begins: Lots of new opportunities
    Nurse Update: Medication
     
  • Family Bulletin: April 8

    This Week:
     
    • Street Mural from Coach Carly
    • FUN RUN 2018
    • Heart of Portland Showcase at the Portland Art Museum
    • Russian Summer Program Registration 
  • Family Bulletin: April 1

    This week's issue:
    Upcoming Events
    Summer Basketball
    English Classes
    Pumpkin Seed Recall 
  • Family Bulletin: March 11

    This week:
    SUN Celebration
    CARE on our Playground
    2018-19 PPS Calendar
     
     
  • Family Bulletin: March 4

    This Issue:
    Morning Child Care Survey
    Chess Team
    Volunteer of the Month 
    99 Days of Reading
     
  • Family Bulletin: February 25, 2018

    In this issue:
    • Graffiti 
    • 5th Grade Parent Night
    • Kelly SUN Chess Team
    • Basketball
    • Kelly Calendar
    • Volunteer of the Month 
  • Family Bulletin: February 19, 2018

    Late Start and Exclusion Dates
    5th Grade Family Night
    Summer Programs
    Play & Learn
    Cougar Basketball
    Free English Classes
    Library 
    Lost & Found 
  • Family Bulletin: February 11, 2018

    In this issue:
    • PTA Meeting/Kindergarten Connect
    • Report Cards
    • Summer Programs: Save the Dates!
    • Slime
    • CARE: Community Minded
    • Basketball and Library Updates 
  • Family Bulletin- February 4th

    This Week:
    KinderConnect
    Our CARE Focus: Community Minded
    Morning Arrival
    Cougar Basketball
    English Classes for All!
    Kelly Library 
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  • Family Bulletin - January 28th, 2017

    No School  Monday, January 29th
    We will see you for the beginning of the 3rd quarter on Tuesday.
     
    In This Issue
    Our CARE Focus: Community Minded
    Current Kelly Attendance Rates
    Cougar Basketball Update
    Free English Classes @ the Kelly Center
    Kelly Library News from Ms. Campbell
    Using the Specials Circle of Life
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District News

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  • Interested in becoming a National Board Certified Teacher?

    There will be an informational meeting for teachers interested in becoming National Board Certified Teachers on May 3, 2018, from 4:50-5:30pm at the PAT offices (345 N.E. 8th Avenue, Portland, 97232). The passing of House Bill 2763 means teachers will now be reimbursed for their National Board fees once they certify. All are welcome to attend! 

  • PPS central office reorganization

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    Dear PPS community,

    Six months ago, the Board of Directors and the Portland community entrusted in me the privilege and responsibility to help build and transform a public school system that guarantees equitable access, opportunity, and outcomes for all of our students. With your support and leadership, we are on a forward mission to build a system that is equity-focused and student-centered. Our challenge is to ensure that every student in our district receives an outstanding educational experience, one that prepares them to work, live and thrive in our incredible city. 

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  • Sports update: Multiple PIL players earn All-State basketball honors

    The Portland Interscholastic League’s strong run in the state basketball tournaments was reflected in the Class 6A All-State teams. Three PIL boys and two girls were chosen to the first team in a ballot of the state’s coaches, as compiled by The Oregonian/OregonLive.

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  • Message on April 20 student walkouts

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    Dear PPS Community,

    Please know that in collaboration with school administrators, district leadership actively monitored the hundreds of mostly middle and high school students who walked out of our schools today as part of a national demonstration against violence in schools. I am pleased to say that, by all reports, this was a peaceful and respectful event with no serious incidents. While these actions were not district-sponsored activity, I would like to extend my sincere thanks to all who helped keep students safe, starting with the students themselves who remained organized, calm and intentional throughout. Others who helped include Portland police, PPS security, and other PPS staff. Thank you all.

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