Learn about the programs and resources available as we adjust to life with the coronavirus.
Nutrition Services is committed to creating healthy school environments that support life long wellness for students by increasing healthy choices and limiting access to minimally nutritious snacks and beverages.
"Setting the Standard in Pupil Transportation"
The mission of the Student Services Department is to partner with schools, families, and communities in supporting all students to value and meet high standards of learning, wellness and participation in a global society.
Reference and retrieval services to district schools & offices as well as to the general public.
The records of current students are stored onsite at the school; please contact your child's school for immediate assistance.
A non-profit that assists PPS Students with pants, shirts, jackets, sleepwear and other clothing.
Individuals and community groups may schedule the use PPS facilities during non-school hours by obtaining a permit through the Civic Use of Buildings (CUB) office.
PPS has clearly articulated protocols for responding to and communicating about school-based emergencies from student or staff health crises to fires or earthquakes to a school intruder. Mandated emergency drills and training, strong partnerships with local law enforcement and other government agencies, and a continuous improvement approach are interwoven to maintain the safety and security of our students and staff.
Information on distributing fliers among Portland Public Schools or a particular school.
PPS encourages families, where appropriate, to address school-based concerns first with the staff or principal. If an issue cannot be resolved at the school level, the District porvides an order of escalation as well as other means of submitting questions, complaints, or concerns.
The Portland Interscholastic League (PIL) has added to its thriving high school athletics program to include a Youth Sports Program in grades 6-8, building an articulated sports program across middle and high schools that provides all students with opportunities to explore and develop their athletic skills and build character through competition and teamwork.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, is a Federal civil rights law. Title IX, which many people are aware of because of its early emphasis on safeguarding equity in sports, also prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender in any and all education programs and activities. Title IX also importantly covers prevention of and response to incidents of sexual harassment and sexual assault.