Harriet Tubman/Roseway Heights

Harriet Tubman
Roseway Heights
Middle Schools

Harriet Tubman
Roseway Heights
Middle Schools

  • Portland Public Schools is moving toward a middle school model for students in grades 6-8 as a way to provide expanded options and stronger programs to more students. In April, the PPS Board directed the district to open two middle schools by fall 2018 at Harriet Tubman and Roseway Heights. District planners have developed a detailed framework for the components of exemplary middle schools to be used as a guide. This web page will serve as a clearinghouse of information as the projects move forward.

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  • PPS Board moves ahead with opening two middle schools

    Portland Public Schools will move forward with plans to open two middle schools in 2018-19.

    The PPS Board of Education on Tuesday passed Resolution 5534, by a 7-0 vote, directing Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero to establish Roseway Heights and Harriet Tubman as middle schools, with students in grades 6-8. The board also directed that eight schools be converted into elementary schools with students from kindergarten to fifth grade.

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  • Harriet Tubman Middle School environmental background (prepared for Faubion K-8 move-in)

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     Harriet Tubman Middle School exterior.
    The following information has been reviewed to date and provides insight into the due diligence and work that was performed at Harriet Tubman Middle School to prepare the building to receive Faubion K-8 students, as well as maintenance and safety testing work completed during the two years that Faubion was housed at the facility. We have also included information on safety assessments that will take place as part of the effort to prepare the building to open as Harriet Tubman Middle School.
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  • PPS Board votes to open two middle schools, with contingencies

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    The Portland Public Schools Board of Education voted Tuesday to move forward with opening two middle schools intended to give students in Oregon’s largest, most diverse school district equal access to quality academic programs, but will also take more time in assessing boundary and environmental issues.

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  • Middle school vote expected tonight

     Middle school question and answer session, Martin Luther King Jr. School, Oct. 11, 2017.

    The PPS Board is expected to vote tonight on a resolution to open two middle schools next year at Roseway Heights and Harriet Tubman. Roseway Heights currently serves K-8 students, and Harriet Tubman is vacant after housing the Faubion K-8 school during construction of a new campus.

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