Lane MS Family Resources
We welcome all parents of Lane Middle School Students to call, visit, volunteer, ask questions, share concerns, meet staff, and enhance the learning environment.
Please consider joining the PTA! The Parent Teacher Association (PTA) is a partnership between parents and educators who strive to enhance student learning and enrich the lives of the students within the school. It is also a forum for parents to obtain knowledge and voice their opinions about what is happening in their school.
If you're interested, please call the Main Office at 503-916-6355 or contact Marnie Davis at email@example.com. We'd love to have you on the team!
Lane Food Pantry: Corona virus update: the Lane Food Pantry has been moved to Woodmere ES and is open 11-1pm on Wednesdays.
Lane has a School-Based Food Pantry where Lane families and community members can access 3-5 days’ worth of free food including fresh produce, meat, canned fruits, vegetables, and much more. Lane Food Pantry is located at 7200 SE 60th Ave, Portland, OR 97206 in room 186. The pantry is run by Latino Network in partnership with Lane SUN Community School and is sponsored by the Oregon Food Bank. Everyone is welcome.
We provide students with delicious, high quality, nutrient-rich meals to support learning. We are taking steps to be the best at creating fresh, local, sustainable school meals by partnering with community organizations, local farmers and businesses, other large urban school districts across the country and students and families throughout the district.
Portland Public Schools Bus Schedule
Select Lane from the pull down menu to see schedule, also available are snow routes. Remember to arrive at the bus stop five minutes before the scheduled pickup time.
Lane has an afterschool SUN program that runs from October - December & February - May. For more information about the Lane SUN Community School contact: Site Director, Travis Wells at 503-916-2910 or Travis.Wells@PortlandOregon.gov . Also, visit our Facebook page.
Portland Public Schools is dedicated to identifying and providing for the unique academic and social emotional needs of Talented and Gifted students across the district. Our goal is to provide educational opportunities to students of all, racial, ethnic, and socio-economic groups, provide informational training to educators, and provide consistent challenge for all students. For Lane TAG info, please contact Sara Raspone-Kavanaugh at firstname.lastname@example.org.