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  • AInsworth 2019-20 School Supply List

    Please CLICK HERE to view
    the 2019-20 school supply lists. 

    • Call 503-916-3205 to speak with an Enrollment & Transfer specialist. Staff is available to help in English, Spanish & Russian.
    • Call for help in other languages: Vietnamese 503-916-3584, Chinese 503-916-3585 & Somali 503-916-3586.
    • Email your questions to enrollment-office@pps.net.
    • Visit the Enrollment & Transfer Center in person at 501 N. Dixon St, Suite 140 


    • Locate your neighborhood school
    • View a district map
    • Register
    • Learn about schools and programs, PK-12
    • View Open House and Connect to Kindergarten dates 


    • Petition and lottery systems for PPS students
    • PPS lottery for students in surrounding school districts
    • Foreign exchange programs
    • Other types of applications 
  • SafeOregon Tip Line

    The SafeOregon Tip Line Aims to Increase Student Safety

    In keeping with our commitment to student safety, last October PPS joined school districts across the state in using the SafeOregon Tip Line. We want to remind you about this important resource.

    SafeOregon was funded by the Oregon Legislature as part of a statewide effort to improve school safety. It provides a secure means for anyone to anonymously report suspicious or imminently unsafe situations, such as threats of violence, fights, drugs and alcohol, weapons, bullying, harassment, intimidation or self-harm. 

    Anyone, from students to parents to community members, can access the system in a variety of ways, including:

    • The “Report unsafe behavior” button found on every PPS school’s website
    • The SafeOregon website 
    • A live call/text (844-472-3367)
    • An email to tip@safeoregon.com
    • The mobile app that can be downloaded from your Smart Phone via iTunes or  Google Play

    Trained staff are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to respond. 

    Please be sure to share this information with your friends and family. Remind your students: If you see or hear something, say something – immediately.  Let’s work together to keep our community safe.

  • Portland Green Schools Committee

    Who doesn't want greener, healthier schools for our children - but can this be done on a budget?  The Portland Green Schools Committee in association with Energy Trust of Oregon has assembled a panel of key stakeholders experienced in the planning, designing, engineering and managing of Oregon K-12 school projects to discuss "Sustainable Schools - Limited Budgets, Maximum Benefits."

    As Lincoln High and other schools in the Portland Metro area plan for renovations or new facilities, the need for these schools to take a more sustainable approach while being challenged by tight budgets and a growing student population is at an all-time high.

    This diverse panel will take on the challenging topic of building green and healthy schools utilizing limited

    budgets with maximum benefits! Panelists will provide real world examples of measures and decisions that have gotten positive results working within tight budgets. Q&A to follow.

    Parents, teachers & students are encouraged to attend. Light refreshments will be served.

    This event is FREE, but please register:  http://bit.ly/2Djxceg

    5:30 PM - 7:30 PM

    Thursday, March 1st

    Lincoln High School Cafeteria

    1600 SW Salmon St. Portland, OR 97205

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