Per state requirements, schools and children’s facilities are required to share their immunization and exemption numbers for each vaccine, along with the county’s immunization numbers. This information is typically provided in the Spring following Exclusion Day. At the time this was being prepared to go out, school closures occurred. Now that the school year has started, we are posting this information. Please click this link: Bridlemile Spring 2020 Immunization Rates to access the data for Bridlemile.
ORDER YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES ONLINE AND GIVE BACK TO YOUR
You also have the option of ordering your school supplies online through Schoolhouse Supplies. Schoolhouse Supplies Online Order Flyer
Avoid the back-to-school rush, save time, gas, and energy by shopping online—no more driving to multiple stores to find everything on your list! Proceeds support the local nonprofit Schoolhouse Supplies, providing school supplies to low-income children throughout the Portland area.
Order before July 10th to save $5. The last day to order is July 31st.
Follow these easy steps to place your order online:
1. Visit: Schoolhousesupplies.org
2. Click “Order Now” under Bridlemile's school logo.
3. Select your grade/s, and place your order.
4. Your supplies are matched to your teacher’s list and delivered to your classroom ready for the first day of school!
To register for Kindergarten online, visit www.pps.net/kinderenroll
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Hello Bridlemile Families!
It's hard to believe that we are here yet again! It seems like only yesterday that we were preparing to receive our students for Hybrid instruction. Although times have been difficult, we have shown resilience, perseverance, dedication and most of all the will to rise above adversity to do the best we can to ensure student success. So, I am confident that we will take on any challenge that may come during this 2021-22 school year as we all continue to work together.
As you prepare your family for the start of school, we hope that there remains excitement for students who will be starting their educational journey and for those who will continue, moving on to the next grade. Although things are changing rapidly, we will continue to keep you abreast of any new guidance that we receive from the district. We anticipate there being adjustments that will be made throughout these first days so I ask that you all continue to be flexible and remain positive as we will all need to lean on one another this year.
We will continue to follow guidance from OHA and PPS to ensure that students, staff and families are as safe as possible. Please be sure to follow all communication and updates as you receive them.
Here's to another great year of teaching and learning and we look forward to seeing you all as we start this 2021-22 school year at Bridlemile Elementary!
Jerome Townsend- Principal
Bridlemile Philosophy and Core Values
The Bridlemile philosophy supports the fact that each student has a right to develop to his/her fullest potential. Helping each child become a participating and contributing member of the school, community, and world is our Number 1 goal. It is our responsibility to create a nurturing, positive school climate that promotes self-confidence and positive self-esteem. The learning environment at Bridlemile strives to meet the student's intellectual, emotional, social, and physical growth patterns using high academic and behavioral expectations coupled with a sensitivity to each child's unique needs and learning style. Through cooperative support of the staff, the teachers, and the parents, we expect each child to reach his/her maximum potential by embracing our core values.
Bridlemile core values:
Our core program includes:
May is Mental Health Awareness Month: Information and Resources from PPS Student Support Services
While focusing on mental wellness is essential every month, May has been designated as Mental Health Awareness Month. Portland Public Schools is committed to uplifting wellness and to supporting all of our students to stay healthy, mentally and physically.
Dear PPS families and staff,
This week, Multnomah County health officials made an announcement about masking, due to the current COVID-19 surge. The Health Department is asking people to wear masks indoors until new coronavirus case counts and hospitalizations start to fall, and strongly recommend that people wear masks in schools. The current increase in COVID-19 cases is expected to peak in mid-June, when PPS’s school year ends.
On National School Nurse Day, we salute the four dozen nurses who serve Portland Public Schools.
Our school nurses have been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic, taking on responsibility for a wholly different level of care and an illness that remains a mystery in many ways, even after two years.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Portland Public Schools recognizes the important contributions of Asian Americans Pacific Islander.
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Board Charter Schools and Alternative Programs Committee Meeting
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Board Policy Committee Meeting
2:15 PM - 4:00 PM Bike Fest
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Junior Rose Parade
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM Board Audit Committee Meeting
4:30 PM TSCC Hearing
6:00 PM District Board Meeting
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM Board Facilities and Operations Committee Meeting
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM Board Intergovernmental Committee Meeting