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  • Kellogg Middle School Virtual Community Meetings

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    Greetings!

    My name is Richard Smith and I am the new principal of Kellogg Middle School. I am so excited to be able to work with each of you and your students. Next year will be my 9th year as a middle school administrator. I speak/write/understand both English and Spanish. This is truly a unique and exciting opportunity that we have to build a new school together that will serve students from five different communities. So much work has already been done and there is still much to do. I know that together we will build a school and a program that will work for you and your children. 

    We will be hosting three community informational meetings about Kellogg in May. These will all be done via Zoom. The first will be on May 11th at 6 p.m. and will be in English. The second will be on May 12th at 6 p.m. in Spanish and the third on May 13th at 6 p.m. in Vietnamese. The links and information to join are at the bottom of this message. 

    I look forward to meeting many of you and to share information about this new and exciting school! If you have any questions, please reach out to me at rsmith5@pps.net

    Richard Smith
    Principal, Kellogg Middle School 

    May 11th at 6 p.m. (English)
    https://pps-net.zoom.us/j/82894442697?pwd=Y3JzUkdqbHFKeVhjcEc2Y0NYMGNxQT09 
    Meeting ID: 828 9444 2697
    Passcode: 451883
    One tap mobile
    +12532158782,,82894442697# US (Tacoma)

    May 12th at 6 p.m. (Spanish)
    https://pps-net.zoom.us/j/82366057883?pwd=bEFvUDl4STdETExsUE1lVDhuNmo0dz09 
    Meeting ID: 823 6605 7883
    Passcode: 712734
    One tap mobile
    +13462487799,,82366057883# US (Houston)

    May 13th at 6 p.m. (Vietnamese)
    https://pps-net.zoom.us/j/83049240704?pwd=VmIwTTFsNDRjazJZeCtjTlBDcFRmZz09 
    Meeting ID: 830 4924 0704
    Passcode: 619949
    One tap mobile
    +13462487799,,83049240704# US (Houston)

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  • Portland Parks Preschool

    Preschool

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  • Marysville Successful Schools Survey

    For Families 

    It’s been a year unlike any we have experienced before and from the beginning we have been grateful to be in it together with you, our amazing Marysville families.  Understanding how you and your students are doing at school is an important part of us being able to do our job well.  Each year we look forward to the chance to hear from you about your experiences through the Successful Schools Survey.  

    What is the survey? 

    The Successful Schools Survey is offered to all families, students and staff as a way to measure how each school is working for different members of it’s community.  Families will have the opportunity to give feedback about issues like school fit, school climate, barriers to engagement and school safety.  The survey results are completely anonymous.  

    When do I take the survey? 

    Families can take the survey between  February 8th and March 12th.  

    How do I take the survey?  

    • Go to: surveys.panoramaed.com/portlandor/ppsfamily
    • Select Marysville from the drop down menu of schools
    • Complete the survey
    • Hit the blue submit button to enter the survey 
    • Let us know you submitted your survey by adding your name here.  Each week we will enter all participants into a drawing to win a gift card.     

    Please let us know if you have any questions or need support accessing the survey.

  • Securly

    Dear Parents and Caregivers,  

    Portland Public Schools is entering into a partnership with Securly to provide parents and caregivers with the ability to monitor and restrict their student’s activities while logged in with their District Google account. This service will be available on top of the filters and restrictions PPS already uses to block inappropriate content. 

    Securly will be available to parents and caregivers of students at Marysville and Harrison Park schools on a pilot basis starting January 20. This service will be accessible via Android and iPhone/iPad apps or at securly.com/parent-login. Please note that Securly is only available in English, but the content at securly.com can be translated using the Translate tool in the Chrome browser. We will follow up with additional instructions when Securly goes live at Marysville and Harrison Park on January 20. 

    As a fundamental part of our partnership, Securly is bound to strict student data privacy restrictions, including  FERPA and COPPA. Our agreement ensures that student data will not be shared, leaked, or sold to  advertisers or any other entities. 

    For additional information, please visit pps.net/securly. If you have any questions or concerns, please email support@pps.net 

    Thank you!
    The PPS Securly Project Team 

    Don Wolff 
    Chief Technology Officer | Portland Public Schools 
    Pronouns: He/Him/His  
  • Enrollment Balancing Community Meeting

    We are hosting a Virtual Marysville School Community Meeting to discuss the scenarios and enrollment balancing process on Wednesday December 9th, at 6:30 PM.  Please join us at this google meet link.

  • Free Cloth Masks

    Marysville has been very fortunate to have Ilene Geneva Clark Waterman from Kindred Heart Quilters donate many beautiful cloth masks for our community. They come in a varitey of sizes and fabrics. If you'd like one, you can pick one up during the meal/book distribution times from 3-4:30pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

     

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  • Enrollment and Program Balancing Open House and Focus Groups: Virtual Meeting & Website Links

     
    A message from Portland Public Schools
     

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    Dear PPS Families,

    As we shared last week, we will host a virtual Enrollment and Program Balancing (EPB) District-wide Open House and Focus Group Meetings this week. These meetings will specifically focus on schools in Southeast Portland in anticipation of the reopening of Kellogg Middle School, and are designed to share information and gather your input. Please visit the Enrollment and Program Balancing Open House website to learn more about the Southeast Guiding Coalition, our process and related goals and objectives, a balancing scenario with supporting graphics and maps, and opportunities to share input and stay up-to-date.

    Below are details and virtual meeting links for this week’s meetings. We hope you will join and participate in this important process.

    District-wide Open House
    Thursday, November 19 at 6:00 p.m.
    Visit the Enrollment and Program Balancing Open House website to access this meeting.

    Black, Indigenous, People of Color Focus Group Meeting
    Wednesday, November 18 at 5:00 p.m. 
    Link to Meeting

    Spanish-language Focus Group Meeting
    Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m. 
    Link to Meeting

    Vietnamese-language Focus Group Meeting
    Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m. 
    Link to Meeting

    Chinese (Cantonese-language) Focus Group Meeting 
    Tuesday, November 17 at 6:00 p.m.
    Link to Meeting

    Chinese (Mandarin-language) Focus Group Meeting
    Tuesday, November 17 at 7:00 p.m.
    Link to Meeting

    Somali-language Focus Group Meeting
    Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m. 
    Link to Meeting

    Russian-language Focus Group Meeting
    Wednesday, November 18 at 6:00 p.m. 
    Link to Meeting

  • TAG News

    If a parent, teacher, or student wants to nominate someone/themself for TAG identification they need to email the school’s TAG Facilitator. Facilitator names and email addresses are available on the Parent tab of the TAG website. 

    When the TAG Facilitator receives an email that someone wants to nominate a student, the facilitator goes into the shared nomination folder for their school and sends the parent nomination form to the parent, the teacher form to the student’s teacher, and the facilitator form to themself. In order to send the form, open the form that is labelled as having the language you want to use. Once it is opened, click “Send” in the upper right hand corner of the page. This will open a box where you enter the email address of the person you want to send the form to. Please make sure to put the name of the student who is being nominated in the “Message” line of the “Send Form” dialogue box.

    Nominations due from parents by December 4th (digital)

     

  • New Pictures in the Gallery

    Marysville students created posters to express our values of racial equity and inclusivity. Click here to view the gallery!

     

    Welcome Murr

    Welcome SC

    Click here to see pictures from our Marysville Halloween Library Book Distribution.

    Halloween 1

    Halloween Teachers

  • Answerland's RacialEquity Support Line

    Answerland's Crisis Calls resources has added a new Racial Equity Support Line. "The Racial Equity Support Line is a service led and staffed by people with lived experience of racism. We offer support to those who are feeling the emotional impacts of racist violence and microaggressions, as well as the emotional impacts of immigration struggles and other cross-cultural issues."

    Click on these links to find out more and to access more crisis resources:  Racial Equity Support LineAnswerland's Crisis Calls page.

  • TIME CHANGE-Let's Get Reading!

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    We will now be distributing book bags during all meal distribution times: Mon, Wed, Fri 3-4:30pm.

    LGR
     

    Let's Get Reading PDF

     
  • School Psychologist Virtual Office

    Our school psychologist, Holly Salvatore, has created a virtual office. If you would like to visit her virtual office, click the following link for helpful resources and ways to get in touch. Virtual Office
    You can also get to her virtual office by finding and clicking on her name in our Staff section. 
  • Welcome Hang Pham!

     HangPham

    Hang Pham/ she, her and hers

    School Social Worker- Woodmere & Marysville

    Cell: 503-719-9077-hapham@pps.net

     

    Hello, Marysville

    My name is Hang Pham. I am a new addition part-time School Social Worker here at Marysville Woodmere. I have heard lots of good things about our school and our team. I am so lucky to be a part of the team. I am very excited and can’t wait to serve our students, families, and communities. I understand that my role as a social worker is to empower and advocate for students and families. I promise to serve the Marysville and Woodmere students and family with all of my skills, energy, and positivities. I also want to provide all of the necessary support/ tools/ resources to all of our students and community members including BIPOC populations. I find values in being culturally informed, understanding how social location comes into play with interactions, and will strive to use strengths-based approaches to practice. My strengths lie in working with immigrants and refugees, as well as people with mental health and intersecting social identities. I want to see our students and families get the services that they needed/ deserved in order to be successful including justice and equity. 

    A bit more about myself: I am an alumnus of Madison HS and finishing my MSW at PSU. I am an outdoor person and I am more on the extrovert side but easy to get emotion sometimes. I am a vegetarian. I like cooking. I think that is enough for now. I will save the rest and share it with you as we go this year. Oh, one more thing that I am bilingual. If you need help with any Vietnamese students, families or anything relates to the Vietnamese language or culture please don't hesitate to reach out. I am more than happy to support you if I don't know the answer, I will help you to find out. Again, it is my honor and privilege to be on board at Marysville and Woodmere this year. 

  • Emergency Resources

    Emergency Resources for staff, families and students/ Tài liệu dùng cho những trường hợp khẩn cấp cho nhân viên, gia đình và học sinh

    ENGLISH

    VIETNAMESE

    Stay calm and have fun Virtual Calming Room

    Giữ bình tĩnh và tận hưởng những niềm vui Virtual Calming Room

    Tải app này để nhận thông tin khẩn cấp về cháy rừng trong quận Multnomah

    Quý vị dowload và đăng ký thì mình nhận được thông báo di tản trong khu vực mình đang sinh sống (quận Multnomah), trên app sẽ cho mình biết những địa điểm trú ngụ an toàn để mình có thể tá túc.


    Còn đây là cho những người dân sinh sống ở quận Clackamas

    Hướng dẫn y tế cộng đồng: Các hoạt động ngoài trời của trường học trong những lúc xảy ra cháy rừng

    Xin lỗi chúng tôi chưa có Tiếng Việt cho phần này.

    Thông tin cho phụ nữ mang thai và cha mẹ của trẻ nhỏ trong

    (Xin thứ lỗi vì bài này được dịch bởi google dịch)



  • Anti-Racist Resources for Parents

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  • National Alliance on Mental Illness-NAMI

    For Parents and Caregivers of Children and Adolescents with Behavioral and Mental Health Challenges.
    NAMI Basics is a free, six-week education program taught by trained teachers who themselves have lived similar experiences with their own children.
    Topics include:
    - Trauma of mental illness for the child and family
    - Latest research on the medical aspects of mental illness
    - Biology of mental illness
    - Overview of the systems involved in caring for children and teens
    - An overview of treatment options
    - Impact of illness of the rest of the family
     
    Click here to view a flyer with more information about dates, times, and how to register for the class. 
  • COVID-19 Emergency Relief Resources for PDX

    We all hope everyone is well and safe and are able to stay at home. Please click here for a list of emergency relief resources. 
     
    Marysville staff has also put together a list of family support services. You can access the list here
     
    You can also access a list here of companies that are offering free services and/or waiving fees due to the quarantine.
     
    Please click here for a list of Mental Health Resources. 
  • District COVID information

    Click here to be redirected to the district website for updates and resources regarding the Coronavirus.

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Principal's Message

Mindfulness at Marysville

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  • Counselor Message

    During our well-being lessons this month we will be talking about the difference between mood and mindset, perspective taking and mindful movement. Each of these topics explores the way we see and feelthings and the choices we can make to change that view, when/if we want to. When we realize we(students and adults!) have the power to shift our thinking and we learn how to do this, we often feel agreater sense of control and freedom in our lives - a feeling that may seem harder to find these days. To be successful at shifting our mindset or perspective, it’s important to first be able to identify how we arefeeling. Naming our emotions is something we practice at Marysville all the time! For a refresher on oneway to recognize and accept how you are feeling in the moment, try RAIN - a mindfulness practice forwelcoming your emotions.

    For more information on these practices, click on the links above. And as always, if you have any questionsor you are curious about additional emotional supports for your children please reach out. I’m happy tochat, brainstorm, offer suggestions or just listen.

    Warmly,
    Sara Fuller, Marysville School Counselor, she/her/hers
    Remind, (971)378-0428, K5 Counseling Website

  • Counselor Message

    Happy 2021! This is going to be a busy month of well-being! We start out practicing appreciation, then jump into neuroplasticity and the difference between good stress vs bad stress, and we’ll end the month with some mindful movement. All of these topics can be helpful at home as well as at school. Feel free to reach out for information on ways to do that. 

    I also want to share a few resources with you. This Grounding Moment practice is a great way to practice mindfulness at home, for all members of the family. And if you are noticing increased anxiety at home these days or are just looking for fun, creative ways to manage anxiety, Create More, Fear Less is a wonderful, free resource with activities for anyone to do at home. I regularly use these activities during small groups with students who have extra worries and anxious thoughts. Check ‘em out and let me know what you make!

    As always, if you have any questions or you are curious about additional emotional supports for your children please reach out. I’m happy to chat, brainstorm, offer suggestions or just listen. Be well.

    Sara Fuller, Marysville School Counselor

    Remind

    (971)378-0428

    K5 Counseling Website

  • Counselor Message

    In uncertain times, it is understandable if you and/or your students feel a little (or a lot!) anxious. With constant news updates and social media posts, it's hard to not get caught up in the panic and keep perspective. Your child may have a lot of questions about what is going on and why they can't go to school or play with their friends. When you are overwhelmed by it all it can be hard to come up with the right answers. I’ve collected information from various sites that break down the coronavirus, social distancing and what to do instead of fighting with your kids about doing their homework. You can find everything I’ve pulled together here, https://mindfulcounselor.weebly.com/ under the tab ‘Coronaviurus Info for Kids’. I’ve also included a tab with free activities that you can do at home, including mindfulness activities and yoga classes. I will continue to update these tabs with information so check back often. 
    If you have additional questions or concerns, or your student would like to check in with me, please email me at sfuller1@pps.net and we can connect via phone, zoom, google hangouts or email.
    If you need immediate support, please call the Multnomah County Crisis Line at (503)988-4888 (toll free 800-716-9769). They are available to help 24/7. Students can also connect to teen volunteers who are available through the Youth Line by calling (877)968.8491 or texting ’teen2teen’ to 839863.
    We are in this together.
    Sara Fuller
    School Counselor
  • Brain Break Script

    If you would like to continue practicing Brain Breaks with your child, please go to the Brain Break section of our website here to find the script. 
     
    Cairn  
  • Marysville Gives Back Video 2019

  • Interested in Mindfulness at Marysville?

    Visit Sara Fuller's (Marysville's School Counselor) website to see what different practices we are currently doing at Marysville.  Sara has also included different resources and events for parents and students.  Check it out by clicking on this link.

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