Tue, 11/19 Pizzicato (SE Division) Dine & Donate, All Day
Tue, 11/19 Race Matters, Taborspace, 5:30-8:00
Mon, 11/25 Family Conferences--NO SCHOOL
Tue, 11/26 Family Conferences--NO SCHOOL
Dear Mt. Tabor Families,
Happy Friday! I hope your student had a great week!
Here's an invitation from the Franklin Staff:
Come Discover Franklin!
If your student is a current 8th grader and will attend Franklin High School starting Fall 2020, then we invite you to join us on:
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
6:00pm - 8:00pm
At this annual event you and your student will have an opportunity to talk with teachers from all disciplines, meet with current coaches and players from a variety of our athletic teams, see the wide array of clubs available to our students, and tour our state-of-the-art school.
We hope to see you there so you can discover why we are FRANKLIN STRONG! Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.
Jill Register, VP Secretary
Franklin High School
Dance Day at Grant HS
The Grant High School Gendrills Dance team would like to invite your K-8 students to come participate at our annual Dance Day with the Gendrills event on Saturday, December 7th from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM happening at Grant High School. At 2:00, there will be a showcase for all participants to show off their dances.
We thank you for your support and look forward to meeting some of your students!
Thanks, Kali Capps email@example.com
Here's a quick note from our awesome librarian, Annie Licurse:
Come shopping for books in the library during November Conferences! We are working with Annie Bloom's Books this year. 20% of sales will be book credit for our library. Cash or credit cards, cards preferred please. We will have a wide variety of popular titles including new graphic novels, cookbooks, and biographies. Monday 8-8, Tuesday 8-5 in the library. Thank you for supporting the Mt Tabor Library!
Race Matters: A Community Dialogue
Here's an important message from the Glencoe-Tabor Race Matters team:
Please join us Tuesday, 11/19, from 5:30-8:00 for an important dialogue with our feeder schools. The topic is Implicit Bias, and the presenter is art teacher Mrs. Molly Renauer’s husband, Brian.
Dr. Brian Renauer, Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Portland State University, will be leading the Parent Equity Night in an exploration of “implicit bias.” We often think of bias as being a conscious part of our thinking and decision-making. However, recent research (e.g. see Project Implicit out of Harvard) has shown that biases against certain persons or groups can come from unconscious sources. In other words, we may not even realize this type of bias. Implicit bias means we do not always have conscious, intentional control over the processes of social perception, impression formation, and judgment that motivate our actions.
Dr. Renauer will engage the group in a general discussion of implicit bias focusing on The Implicit Bias Project out of Harvard. If you’d like to learn about implicit bias before the meeting you can read about The Harvard Implicit Bias Project here (https://www.projectimplicit.net/index.html). You can also take their implicit association test, which has been taken by over 2 million people, to explore your own potential implicit biases (https://implicit.harvard.edu/implicit/).
Please RSVP for translation services, pizza, or childcare.
Molly Renauer firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a great weekend, everyone! Talk soon!
Four high school students from Portland Public Schools who have excelled academically despite hardships have been named Renaissance Scholars and recipients of $16,000 “Beat the Odds” college scholarships.
Earlier this year, Nichole Berg was scrolling through Facebook while visiting family when she came upon something that would change her life: a job description. The life-long Wisconsinite, then a vice principal at a Madison middle school, read about a position in Portland Public Schools she had never heard of before: Programs Manager for Climate Change and Climate Justice.
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Band Winter Concert