for 2018-19 school year
If you wish to enroll your student you can:
Once you have enrolled your student West Sylvan needs to know your students elective choices. Please read the information below and follow the links to make your elective choices.
Please review and consider your elective choices before you start the survey. PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR ELECTIVES CAREFULLY, as we will not be making schedule changes in the Fall. Do keep in mind that we will try to honor your choices as best we can, but it is not a gurantee.
● Review elective options.
● Click the Forecasting link for your grade level.
If you will be a 6th grader during the 2018-19 school year - 6th Grade Forecasting Survey
If you will be a 7th grader during the 2018-19 school year - 7th Grade Forecasting Survey
If you will be an 8th grader during the 2018-19 school year - 8th Grade Forecasting Survey
● After completing the survey, an email will be sent to your submitted email address, with an attached PDF document containing your forecasting information.
More Informational LINKS
Revisit this page in September to keep up with Principal Kinnersley's weekly updates!
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.
The school year was over, but more than 500 K-5 teachers were hard at work preparing for the 2018-19 academic year at the PPS Summer Institute at Roosevelt High School. The two-day training gave teachers the opportunity to dig into the new language arts curriculum, and hear from teachers who are already using it. The teachers also learned how the curriculum aligns with state standards and the district’s newly adopted scope and sequence — an academic term for what will be taught and in what order.