Laurelhurst School

School Grade Levels: K-8

840 NE 41st Ave.Portland, OR 97232Ph 503-916-6210Fx 503-916-2649

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Laurelhurst
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  • VOLUNTEERS (DESPERATELY) NEEDED FOR THE WINTER BAZAAR

    To make the Bazaar successful, we need some folks to come help with set up, clean up, and vendor support. Come for a shift and stay to check your holiday shopping off your to-do list! You can sign up for a shift here.

     

    If you have any questions about the Winter Bazaar, please reach out to our amazing event chairs Amy and Elena at laurelhurstschoolbazaar@gmail.com.

  • MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAY - AUDITIONS THIS WEEK!

    Middle School students interested in trying out for this year’s play, Snow White and the Queen of Mean, have the opportunity to audition with Ms. Blakemore and this year’s student directors THIS WEEK, on Monday, November 28th and Thursday, December 1st, from 3:30-4:30pm. Please see Ms. Blakemore for more information on the audition process.

  • CHOIR CONCERT THIS THURSDAY, 12/1, 6:30PM

    Our 3/4, 5th, and MS choirs have been working hard practicing some lovely songs for their Winter Concert, coming THIS Thursday, December 1st. The concert will be held at Vestal Elementary School Auditorium at 6:30pm. The concert is free and will run approximately 45 minutes. Everyone is welcome!

  • MESSAGE FROM OUR 5TH - 8TH GRADE COUNSELOR

    Dear 5th-8th grade families,

    During the family/teacher conference days, November 21st and 22nd, I will be available if you would like to set up a time to meet about your student. This is an entirely optional offering. Use this link if you'd like to choose a time. Thanks!

    Andrea Bloch, 5th-8th Grade Counselor

Principal's
Message

  • November 27, 2022

    Dear Laurelhurst families,

    Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays — sharing a meal, playing a game, taking a walk with family and friends are all moments I cherish. I’m feeling revived and ready for the whirlwind of the next three weeks before we have our long Winter Break.

    The next few weeks of school are busy with concerts, assemblies, and classroom projects. And continued academic growth for our students! To help get the most out of this exciting time, please ensure your kids are coming to school on time with full bellies, warm jackets, and a good night’s rest. Take a moment each evening to check in with them about their school work and see how you can support them in their progress.

     

Notes from the Office

  • Notes from the Office 9/11/22

District News

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  • Budget Info Sessions

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    Hello PPS Communities, 

    Are you interested in learning more about the PPS budget? The Budget Info Session is a great opportunity for you to learn more about the budget, the district’s strategic plan and targeted investments, to ask questions and provide feedback!

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  • A Note from the Superintendent: In Gratitude

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    In Gratitude

    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.

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  • Honoring Our Veterans

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    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.

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  • Keeping your Students Healthy During Winter

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    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. 

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