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    If you know anything about SUN, you probably know we have after school and summer classes for Peninsula students. You may not know that we also provide social service support for Peninsula families, including rent assistance, energy assistance, help finding a job, and access to food and clothing. The goal is to keep kids in school and remove barriers to learning. 

    Neighborhood House is the non-profit agency that operates the Peninsula SUN School and provides the first line of social service support. If you find your family in need of assistance, please contact Blanca Gutierrez at 503-916-6274. All assistance requests are confidential.

    For more information about Neighborhood House, visit nhweb.org

    Blanca Gutierrez
    Neighborhood House Peninsula
    K-5 SUN School Coordinator
    (503) 916-6274 (office)



    SUN Fall Term will begin on Tuesday, Sept. 27th

    Classes will run Tuesday through Friday and are open to grades 1-5. Participation is FREE!

    Schedules and registration information will be sent home the week of Sept. 12. Registration forms will be due Sept. 19, and class placement notifications will be sent home by Thursday, Sept. 22.

    Class placement done by lottery and is not guaranteed. We try to place students in classes for two days a week before students get a third or fourth day.


    Sept. 27-Nov. 18, 2:15-4:30, Tuesday through Friday (no classes Monday)

    Programming includes a “super snack” from PPS Nutrition Services, recess, class, and academic support.

    Fall Showcase will be Tuesday, Nov. 22, 5:30-7 p.m.


    Registration Form: English | Spanish

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