Welcome to the 2018-2019 school year at Arleta School! I want to thank everyone for the warm Arleta welcome. From students to staff to families, everyone has greeted me with a smile on their face and a kind word. I couldn't be happier to be a part of the Arleta community.
My primary goal as an administrator will always be to ensure the physical and emotional safety of our students. Along with staff, families and parents I will be reviewing and reflecting on all the systems we use at Arleta to ensure that they are meeting the needs of all our students and families. Along with safety, we will be focusing on building strong and healthy relationships and creating rigourous expectations for academic achievement. I believe that all students have the right to academic success and with the right support they are able to reach that goal.
Please know that if you want to share a story, discuss an issue or just say hi, I will do my best to be available to you. The best time to catch me informally is in the morning or after school on the porch. If you want a more formal sit down time, please email me at email@example.com or text me at 971-347-4566 and we can set up a time. Please know that I will be spending a lot of time in the classrooms where the important work takes place, so I might not always be in the office if you drop-by, but you can always make an appointment in the office with one of the secretaries.
The beginning of the year always brings a sense of hope and possibilities. New teachers, new friends and new opportunities to learn and grow. Have a great year!
~ With Gratitude, Ms. Kruger
The Portland Public Schools Board of Education approved a significant revision to the district policy on student field trips and out-of-town travel, and passed a resolution to offer comment on proposed construction work on Interstate 5 that would affect Harriet Tubman Middle School.
Dear PPS Families,
With hopes that inclement winter weather is done for this school year, we wanted to touch base with you regarding making up snow days. We thought it was important to share an update with you before Spring Break.
Lincoln High School senior Sagarika Ramachandran has been selected as the winner of the Oregon Student Journalist of the Year Award. Sagarika, who serves as editor-in-chief of Lincoln's student newspaper, the Cardinal Times, became the first journalist from a PPS school to win the award, which started in 2005.
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM Special District Board Meeting
6:00 PM Board Work Session
6:00 PM Distrit Board Meeting
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM PTA Meeting
6:00 PM District Board Meeting