Timber Joey visits Rigler!
Portland Timbers player Roy Miller and team mascot Timber Joey were welcomed to Rigler Elementary School by Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero. The visit was ...
Spring Carnival 2018
Friday -- June 1st
5:30-7:30 PM at Rigler Elementary
Super Slide / Super diapositiva / Dunk Tank / Tanque de agua / Games / Juegos / Music / Música / Food / Comida
Raffle ($1 tickets) / Rifa ($1 boletos)
Event Schedules -
Run for Rigler
Thursday, June 6, 2018
All funds raised will be used to support enriching educational opportunities for students at Rigler. Such opportunities include field trips, educational assemblies and performances, funding for classroom projects, and providing adequate classroom supplies and equipment. Students are collecting donations. You can also donate through SchoolPay.
8:10-8:40 - Fifth Grade
8:50-9:20 - Fourth Grade
9:30-10:00 - Third Grade
10:10-10:40 - Second Grade
12:40-1:10 - First Grade
1:20-1:50 - Kindergarten
Friday, June 7, 2018 (See above times)
The school year has been over for nearly three weeks, and your student is settling into a summer routine. But the time off can harm academic gains made during the school year. A number of studies point to weeks or months of learning loss, particularly for students who were already struggling. For some the “summer slide” can snowball over time, leaving them chronically below grade level.
Portland Public Schools Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero has hired two educational leaders to play major roles in the district’s senior leadership team. Claire Hertz will serve as Deputy Superintendent for Business and Operations, and Dr. Kregg Cuellar will join the district as Chief of Schools, the district announced.
During summer break, when many of our schools are closed,
parents can still register their students for the coming year by visiting the
Enrollment and Transfer Center at the PPS central office.
Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero and his staff have completed the 2018-19 budget for Portland Public Schools. The $655 million budget reflects the Superintendent’s priorities, including increasing investment in core instruction, staffing schools equitably, advancing racial equity, diversity and inclusion, and enhancing student safety and wellbeing. The PPS Board of Education is expected to formally adopt the budget at its June 26 meeting.