West Sylvan Middle School
Forecasting for NEW, or Out-of District, students to West Sylvan Middle School
STEP 1. Review and Decide upon Electives using the following resources:
6th Grade Resources for ALL incoming families
7th and 8th Grade Resouces for ALL incoming families
STEP 2. Use the appropriate survey below to let us know your choices.
FORECASTING SURVEY'S: (Choose for the grade your child will be in, during the 2019-20 school year.)
If you have specific questions about this process, please contact our main office for support (503)-916-5690. Thank you!
2019-20 - Feeder School 6th Grade Student Forecasting Directions and Resources
Step 1. Review and Decide upon Electives using resources listed ABOVE.
Step 2. Complete and sign Paper Forecasting sheet with an Parent or Guardian. (This information will be shared with students during forecasting visits at elementary sites.)
Step 3. Return Forecasting sheet to current 5th grade teacher, by date indicated on forecasting sheet.
Step 4. Complete on-line forecasting survey (IN CLASSROOM with current 5th grade teachers).
Sylvan Office Supply
Open Every Morning until the Second Bell
Room 109 near the bus entrance
AVID Tablet (25)
Lead (0.5, 0.7, 0.9)
Eraser (Pencil Cap)
Colored Pencils (24)
Journal (Comp Book)
Journal (Math Spiral)
Dear PPS Community,
It is with a sense of optimism and encouragement that I am sharing with you news about something I believe will have a lasting impact on the future of our school system and our ability to better serve our students. The Oregon Legislature has approved, and Gov. Kate Brown has signed, the Student Success Act, an investment package projected to provide public schools throughout the state with approximately $1 billion a year in additional funding. This is a huge and historic win for public education in general and for Portland Public Schools in particular. Our work begins now to lay out a plan for how we will use our share of the additional funds, starting in the 2020-21 school year, in ways that will improve the educational experience for all of our diverse learners.
Two teachers at Franklin High School have won significant awards for their service to students. Mercedes Munoz won an Oregon Regional Teacher of the Year Award, and Anne McHugh won a Presidential Innovation Award for the Pacific Northwest from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Over the last year there has been a groundswell of activity around improving student health and wellness in Portland Public Schools. Aided by partnerships that have resulted in PPS receiving three grants totaling about $3 million, the district’s Health Education and Student Support Services teams have been able to bring innovative programming and new staff to PPS’s health education efforts.
Roosevelt High School has one of the most diverse student bodies in Oregon, and the school celebrated Friday with its second annual Unity Fest. The event, which was designed and organized by students from the school’s seven Ethnic Studies classes, drew hundreds of students and community members to the North Portland campus.
6:00 PM Board Work Session
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM Arts Showcase