Our event will be held on February 13, 2019 in the morning at 9:30 and in the evening at 6:30. This hour long event is reserved for adults only.
You will soon be receiving a back-to-school packet with printed information from the district, our school, your student's teacher and the Alameda PTA. In the meantime, we thought it might be helpful to provide a quick list of links to some of the important information you need at the beginning of the year as well as tips on how to remain informed with all that is going on at Alameda!If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to any of the PTA Board member. We look forward to working with you to make 2018-2019 another great year at Alameda!
Your Alameda PTA Board
Direct Links to Helpful Resources as We Return to School
With more than 700 students, 500 families, and 75 staff members, there is a lot going on at Alameda. To keep track of it all and stay connected, we suggest you:
Mark Your Calendars
Below are a few key dates for you to get on your calendar now so you’re prepared. In addition, we recommend that you regularly check Alameda's Online Calendar to learn more about the events and activities taking place in our community.
Sept 5: First PTA Meeting
Sept 12: Back-to-School Night K-1-2 | NOTE: This is for parents only.
Sept 13: Back-to-School Night 3-4-5 | NOTE: This is for parents only.
Oct 5: School Picture Day
Mar 2: 2019 Alameda Auction
Welcome to Alameda! Alameda is a diverse learning environment in which its members are committed to meeting the educational, social, emotional and physical needs of all students in accordance with current practices, regardless of background or ability. This environment will stress academic excellence in a context of cultural enrichment and competency as well as community involvement. Principal Lurie and Assistant Principal Berg are here to support all students and families and are dedicated to ensuring that Alameda continue in excellence. All stakeholders – students, staff and community will feel valued and involved in the learning process.
Raddy Lurie, Principal
Dr. Eryn Berg, Assistant Principal
Students at Grant High School were invited to attend a flag-raising ceremony during lunch Thursday to recognize Native American Heritage Month, and school officials weren’t sure how many students would go outside on a chilly day. What they saw was a huge throng of students filing through the front door at the Marshall campus (Grant’s temporary home) to watch.
Matthew Bacon-Brenes, a teacher mentor and a leading advocate for dual language immersion in Portland Public Schools, has been awarded a Horace Mann Award for Teaching Excellence for 2019 from the NEA Foundation and Horace Mann.
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Thanksgiving - School Closed
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM PTA Meeting...GEORGE Book Discussion and Panel
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Parents for Racial Equity Meeting
6:00 PM Board Work Session