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Marysville School News

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  • Quarter 2 Honor Roll

    Congratulations to the following Quarter Two Honor Roll Middle School students!  All students earned grade point averages of 3.5 or above.


    6th Grade: William Tran, Ethan Tucker-Santos, Tara Milivojevic, and Kyle Tran

     Honor Roll 6th

    7th Grade: Kimara Jackson, Mariyah Sanchez,Sarah-Marie Chu, Giane David,Alex, Chamberlain, Mathew Ngo, Ijailah Terrobias, Jiana Abalos, Steven Cao, Malaya Capellan, Josefina Delriva, Leo Edwards,Kevin Nguyen, Kristea To, and Thi Tran

    Honor Roll 7th  

    8th Grade: Johnny Pham, Mariana Valbuena, Saul Brucker, Daphne Graham, Brayan Velez, Evan Verbovanec, Mia Tran, Caliyah Hill, Lukas Phaophongsavath, My Tran, Ruth von Fortune, Juan Zuniga, Raeanne Duran, Andy Huynh, Bella Jukkala, Lindsey Le, Thinh Le, Jayden Longang-Nguekap, Vy Nguyen, Diana Tran, and Bao Truong

    Honor Roll 8th  
  • From the Health Office

    As we come into cold and flu season, we will see more coughs and congestion. If your student requires medications during the day, the best practice is providing any cough suppressants or decongestants before the school day begins. The district policy states that no students are to carry medication on them, even cough drops.  As harmless as they may seem, cough drops do have a medicinal effect and classmates could have allergies to the ingredients. 
     If it is essential that medication be taken at school, the parent/ guardian must take the District Policy Clearly states the following: 
     If it is essential that medication be taken at school, the parent/ guardian must take the medication to the principal or designee who will make arrangements for the student to receive the medication. Any medication must be in the original labeled container. Reference: 4.50.026-P, 4.50.027-AD
     *Grades K-8 – Self-medication of prescription and nonprescription medication is not allowed except in cases where a student must carry such medication on his/her person for immediate access and the necessary permission form and written instructions have been submitted as required.
     1. All prescription and nonprescription medication must be kept in its appropriately labeled, original container, as follows:
     a. Prescription labels must specify the name of a student, name of the medication, dosage, route and frequency or time of administration and any other special instruction.
    b. Nonprescription medication must have the student’s name affixed to the original container.
    And as always, good hygiene is important! Wash hands after blowing noses, coughs or sneezing. 
     Here's to keeping our kiddo's safe and healthy this season!
    Vicky G.
    School Health Assistant
  • New Pictures in the Gallery

    Click here to see some great pictures from the Chinese Acrobats assembly!
  • Free and Reduced Meals Application

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    Dear families,
    We want to encourage everyone to fill out an application for free and reduced meals in order to collect data about our school.  If you have any questions about the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program or about how to sign up for free and reduced meals, we will have a representative from PPS Nutrition Services at our Back to School Night on September 11th from 5-6:30pm.  Additionally, we will open our tech lab during Back to School Night in order to sign up with the computers at school. 
    Please click HERE to apply now.
    For more information click HERE

Mindfulness at Marysville

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  • 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.


  • Lana Bike

    Lana Penley, Principal

    and part-time free rider (see above picture)

     Greetings Marysville Families!


    Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year at Marysville!

    We hope you enjoyed a wonderful summer.   We are excited to be back together and optimistically looking forward to a great year! Our staff is grateful to be back with our students and families. We are always reminded that they are the reason we do what we do.  We love all of our students, from the first moment we meet them.


    During the 2017-18 school year, we will continue to build upon and refine our proven foundation of mindfulness, self-regulation and self-care.  Our mantra remains…  


    Relationships . . . Respect . . . Rigor!


    Community is important at Marysville. We extend a special, yearlong invitation to our families to join us at school activities and events whenever possible.  We want and need your involvement and support in your child’s education.  


    Please know that we highly value home/school communication.  It is vital and plays an integral role in each student’s success.  We encourage you to contact us if/when the need arises, and to stay in the know about your child’s studies, assignments, assessments, and school activities, as well as other events and happenings. Be sure to keep the emergency contact information up to date on your student's registration form.  Safety for our students is essential, so K-3 students will be released only to emergency contacts listed on the registration form.


    Please visit our website as it contains important resources for our families. We are constantly updating and adding information that will assist parents and students as we progress through this school year. The school day begins at 8:40 AM and ends at 3:00 PM (K-5) and 3:15 PM (6-8) . Please make every effort to have your child arrive on time each and every day of school.


    I am honored to again be serving as the principal of Marysville School.  We are unique throughout all the country as the flagship school for practicing mindfulness.   It is truly a privilege to be a part of an intentionally Mindful community focusing on well-being for all!




    Lana Penley


    Lana Collage


District News

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  • Board approves school calendar for 2019-20

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    The 2019-20 school year in Portland Public Schools will begin on Wednesday, Aug. 28, and end (barring weather makeup days) on Friday, June 5.

    That became official Tuesday night when the PPS Board of Education passed Resolution 5821, which approved Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero’s proposed 2019-20 school calendar. The calendar was presented to the Board at its Jan. 15 meeting, with public input invited in the period before Tuesday’s final Board vote.

  • PPS Pulse: February 12, 2019

    In this week's PPS Pulse: Deadline coming for students to be immunized; Jefferson students discuss Black History Month

  • PPS Families: Help us improve school culture and climate by taking Successful Schools Survey

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    If you are the parent or guardian of a Portland Public Schools student, ask yourself: How is the educational climate at the school? Portland Public Schools is looking for answers to this and other key questions from family members of PPS students as part of the Successful Schools Survey. Students in grades 5, 7 and 10 also are being surveyed, and school-based staff will participate starting Feb. 19.

  • Key date for immunizations is coming up

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    The recent outbreak of measles serves as a reminder about immunizations, with an important deadline coming up.

    Students in Portland Public Schools who have not gotten all of their required immunizations face a Wednesday, Feb. 20 deadline. That is the “exclusion date” set by the state for 2019, when any student who is not fully immunized may be barred from attending classes or district-provided child care.


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