For the 2018-19 school year, Astor School will have a new child care provider – Champions. Champions will provide high-quality before- and after-school child care services. This is a known and well-regarded organization, providing child care in schools in the Portland area and across the country.
Art teachers in Portland Public Schools don’t just teach – many are artists in their own right. Four PPS teachers were among the 30 educators from Oregon selected to have their work displayed at the “Teachers as Artists – After the Demo” exhibition currently on display at the Maryhill Museum of Art in Goldendale, Wash.
Since 1963, the PTA Clothing Closet has operated out of Portland Public Schools and is legendary among other West Coast PTAs for its organization and number of students it clothes each year. Last year the Clothing Closet served over 1,600 students, and those numbers climb higher as families face financial crises.
Portland Public Schools will join thousands of other school districts in the United States in participating in the Great Shakeout, a national earthquake preparedness event on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 10:18 a.m.
We honor diversity, celebrate differences, and seek to understand all perspectives. We strive to be an inclusive, safe, and respectful school community. We are all responsible for our words and actions. Through shared restorative justice practices and open communication, we will work together to strengthen our community.