Beaumont Middle School

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4043 NE FremontPortland, OR 97212Ph 503-916-5610Fx 503-916-2609

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  • Textbook Checkout Process

    Textbook Checkout Beaumont Sept. 2020

    Welcome back to school! This year most textbooks are online, but there are a few exceptions and we want to make picking them up as smooth and safe as possible. In order to comply with PPS COVID-19 safety guidelines we have scheduled drive through pickup by grade level. Please follow the schedule, stay physically distant, and wear a mask when you arrive at school to collect your student’s books. *Check with your student to find out which books they need.

    Driving Route

    Enter Beaumont’s parking lot on NE Fremont St and proceed in one direction past the baseball diamond stopping at the gym door for books then exiting on NE Bryce St. 

    6th Graders September 22nd

    9:00-10:15 Last Names A-F

    10:15-11:30 Last Names G-M

    12:00-1:30 Last Names N-R

    1:30-3:30         Last Names S-Z

    ***6th grade band students will pick up instruments at a later date tbd***

    7th Graders September 23rd

    9:00-10:15 Last Names A-E

    10:15-11:30 Last Names F-M

    12:00-1:30 Last Names N-R

    1:30-3:30         Last Names S-Z

    ***7th grade band students can pick up both instruments and textbooks 1:30-2:30 Last Names A-K and 2:30-3:30 L-R, S-Z follow schedule above***

    8th Graders September 24th

    *note later start/end time

    12:00-1:00 Last Names A-D

    1:00-2:00         Last Names E-L

    2:00-3:00         Last Names M-R

    3:00-4:00         Last Names S-Z

    ***8th grade band students can pick up both instruments and textbooks 1:30-2:30 Last Nemes A-D and 2:30-3:30 E-L, M-Z follow schedule above***

    Textbook Makeup September 24th

    4-6:30 All grades Lines may be long so please plan accordingly.

    7th and 8th Graders: Locker Items from Last School Year

    In addition to textbooks, locker items left behind last year will be distributed. If your student shared a locker with another student, please coordinate and have one family do the pickup of those items.

    Last Year’s Yearbook

    Yearbooks that were purchased last year will also be distributed to 7th and 8th graders during textbook checkout. Check your SchoolPay history if you are unsure whether or not you purchased a yearbook. Inquiries, jbennet1@pps.net

  • Virtual Schedules by Grade

    Effective 9/14/2020

    6th Grade Virtual Schedule

    Hour

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    8:30-9:30

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    9:30-10:15

    Per 1 Live

    Per 5 Live

    Per 1 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 5 (SGI,OH,AL) 

    Per 1 (SGI,OH,AL)

    10:30-11:15

    Per 2 Live

    Per 6 Live

    Per 2 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 6 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 2 (SGI,OH,AL)

    11:30-12:15

    Per 3 Live

    Per 7 Live

    Per 3 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 7 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 3 (SGI,OH,AL)

    LUNCH

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch

    1:00-1:45 

    (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 8 Live

    (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 8 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 5 (SGI,OH,AL) 

    1:45-2:30

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 6 (SGI,OH,AL)

    2:30-3:15

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 7 (SGI,OH,AL)

    3:15-4:00

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 8 (SGI,OH,AL)


    Key

    Live= attendance required (take attendance for the live periods taught- whole group sync)

    SGI=Small Group Instruction, attendance required when requested by teacher

    OH=Office Hours students may request support as needed (document attendance of students participating in small groups instruction through Synergy) 

    AL=Applied Learning, independent/work on your own (student independent work- no attendance taken)

    6th Grade Lunch=Period 4

    On Friday afternoons, teachers will embed a break at the end of class.

    PPS Attendance Protocol  


    Effective 9/14/2020

    7th Grade Virtual Schedule

    Time

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    8:30-9:30

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    9:30-10:15

    Per 1 Live

    Per 4 Live

    Per 1 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 4 (SGI,OH,AL) 

    Per 1 (SGI,OH,AL)

    10:30-11:15

    Per 2 Live

    Per 6 Live

    Per 2 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 6 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 2 (SGI,OH,AL)

    11:30-12:15

    Per 3 Live

    Per 7 Live

    Per 3 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 7 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 3 (SGI,OH,AL)

    LUNCH

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch

    1:00-1:45 

    (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 8 Live

    (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 8 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 4 (SGI,OH,AL) 

    1:45-2:30

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 6 (SGI,OH,AL)

    2:30-3:15

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 7 (SGI,OH,AL)

    3:15-4:00

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 8 (SGI,OH,AL)


    Key

    Live= attendance required (take attendance for the live periods taught- whole group sync)

    SGI=Small Group Instruction, attendance required when requested by teacher

    OH=Office Hours students may request support as needed (document attendance of students participating in small groups instruction through Synergy) 

    AL=Applied Learning, independent/work on your own (student independent work- no attendance taken)

    7th Grade Lunch=period 5

    On Friday afternoons, teachers will embed a break at the end of class.

    PPS Attendance Protocol  


    Effective 9/14/2020

    8th Grade Virtual Schedule

    Time

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    8:30-9:30

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    Breakfast

    9:30-10:15

    Per 1 Live

    Per 4 Live

    Per 1 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 4 (SGI,OH,AL) 

    Per 1 (SGI,OH,AL)

    10:30-11:15

    Per 2 Live

    Per 5 Live

    Per 2 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 5 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 2 (SGI,OH,AL)

    11:30-12:15

    Per 3 Live

    Per 7 Live

    Per 3 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 7 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 3 (SGI,OH,AL)

    LUNCH

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch 

    Lunch

    1:00-1:45 

    (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 8 Live

    (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 8 (SGI,OH,AL)

    Per 4 (SGI,OH,AL) 

    1:45-2:30

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 5 (SGI,OH,AL)

    2:30-3:15

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 7 (SGI,OH,AL)

    3:15-4:00

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Applied Learning

    Per 8 (SGI,OH,AL)


    Key

    Live= attendance required (take attendance for the live periods taught- whole group sync)

    SGI=Small Group Instruction, attendance required when requested by teacher

    OH=Office Hours students may request support as needed (document attendance of students participating in small groups instruction through Synergy) 

    AL=Applied Learning, independent/work on your own (student independent work- no attendance taken)

    8th Grade Lunch=period 6

    On Friday afternoons, teachers will embed a break at the end of class.

    PPS Attendance Protocol 


    Effective 9/14/2020

    ODE Guidance/Definitions for Distance Learning Models 


    Synchronous Learning:

    Learning in which participants interact at the same time and in the same space.

    Asynchronous Learning

    Learning that occurs in elapsed time between two or more people. Examples include email, online discussion forums, message boards, blogs, podcasts, etc.

    Teacher-Facilitated Learning (TF)

    Synchronous or an asynchronous learning experience planned and guided by a licensed teacher. The experience is structured to develop, deepen, and assess new knowledge and understanding. Teacher-facilitated learning is often used when the teacher is planning for all students to have a common experience related to specific learning targets. Teacher-Facilitated Learning may be accomplished asynchronously through learning management systems, teacher-produced videos, or learning packets, each structured to create strong learning progression. Synchronous opportunities must be provided daily and may include full-group instruction, peer interaction, two-way communication, small group breakouts, or individual office hours. Teacher-facilitated learning may include time that supports students beyond the core instruction, including specially designed instruction, language instruction, or specific services under ESSA or IDEA.

    *Per ODE, must be at least 50% of instructional time

    Applied Learning (AL)

    Experiences allow for students to apply knowledge and skills that extend from the teacher-facilitated learning. Students have access to instructional support during applied learning activities, provided by educational assistants, teachers, and/or related service providers. These learning experiences are intentionally designed by the teacher to meaningfully deepen student engagement, allow for peer interaction, and to support family and community involvement. Applied learning experiences likely require scaffolding and supports so that students are able to engage with them independent of teacher or adult support. Applied learning experiences must be designed to support independent learning routines, independent practice, and independent application of skills or learning. As with a typical school year, homework assignments are not considered as instructional minutes.

    *Per ODE, must be less than 50% of instructional time

  • Student Absences

    Please arrange student absences through our attendance office (John McMahan & Debbie Mettler) either by phone at 503-916-5610 or by email at jmcmahan@pps.net & dmettler@pps.net.
    John & Debbie need the following information to ensure accuracy: Spelling of student's name or ID#, reason for absence, and a phone number at which you can be reached.
    If you are calling during school hours and reach voicemail, it is because we are on another line or helping a parent or student. All messages will be picked up promptly.
    For an early dismissal, please allow extra time for your student to be located and dismissed from class. Please note that it is not always possible to dismiss a student during the last 15 minutes of class. It is highly recommended to send a note with your student so they can be checked in or out in a timely manner.
    All absences and tardies must be excused within three school days.
    To reach the attendance office by email, click here.
  • Welcome to our new site!

    We have made the switch to our new mobile-responsive web site. Our site should be up-to-date with useful information to help you throughout the school year. Please check back regularly. To submit feedback, mail jmcmahan@pps.net.

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  • To view the Principal's update for September 18th, click here.

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