• Online-Only Classes Will Continue Until At Least January 28

    Following state guidelines on coronavirus data, PPS will stay with Comprehensive Distance Learning through the second quarter. More information

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  • Welcome to the 2020-21 school year! We are excited to get back together even if it is virtually. PPS has a new and improved Distance Learning 2.0 experience to help our students thrive in this unprecedented time! Staff is working to ensure your year is full of engaging and challenging learning opportunities.

    PPS will begin the school year in remote learning in alignment with the Oregon State Department of Health.  

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  • Student Verification is due by October 30th

    Parents/guardians, please review and update the information on file for your scholar.

    This information can be examined, edited, and submitted online via PPS ParentVUE. Accurate email and cell phone information are critical since this is our primary mode of communication.

    If you need ParentVUE access or assistance, please contact the school office, (503)916-5630 or email HTMS Secretary, Judy Brown.  Please keep in mind that our school office is not staffed all hours due to the COVID-19. Instead, we are working remotely.
    Updates are due October 30th.
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  • Schedules are Finished

    Greetings HTMS Scholars and Families,

    I am relieved to inform you that our scheduling team has done all that can be done to build, fix, change, repair and restore our scholar’s schedules. We understand that we could not fulfill every request, but we appreciate your communication, collaboration and patience in this amazing process. If a scholar’s schedule request was not granted, this is because of limitations in the class periods, seats available, and individual schedule requirements. If you did not receive an email to confirm or deny a schedule change, it is because the scholar’s schedule was in fact, not changed. As a continual improvement organization we will always strive to be better. We already have plans for how our schedule will support our scholars optimum learning experience at HTMS! 

    Again, we appreciate your patience and understanding.


    The HTMS Administrative Team

  • School Health Center Open to All K-12 Students

    This fall, while schools are engaged in Comprehensive Distance Learning, PPS Roosevelt Student Health Center will be open starting Monday, September 14th for phone, video, and in-person visits.
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  • PPS Fall 2020

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    PPS Fall 2020 website will offer regular updates on our Comprehensive Distance Learning program and other supports for students and families during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Fall 2020 website is an excellent website to find information regarding distance learning, meals, coronavirus resources, and more.


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  • An Update Regarding Limited In-Person Opportunities

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    Dear PPS Families and Staff,

    We are now several weeks into Comprehensive Distance Learning, and simultaneously working on the next phases of a gradual re-opening of schools. PPS remains focused on published health metrics from the county and state and our medical experts. We also continue to observe Oregon Department of Education guidelines as we contemplate introducing limited in-person opportunities. While we are anxious to have all of our students back on campus, we will proceed in a measured and prudent manner that prioritizes the health and safety of our students and employees. 

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  • PPS Distance Learning to Continue Through January 28

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    Dear PPS Families and Staff,

    At last evening’s Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Guerrero announced plans to extend Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL) through the second quarter, which ends January 28. This decision is based on the latest public health data; we are hopeful that our next announcement shortly after winter break will be different, as we would much prefer to be back in our school buildings.
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  • Announcing Interim Principal at Rigler


    Dear Rigler Staff and Families,

    I hope you had a wonderful summer and that start of the school year has been engaging and exciting so far. With the recent resignation of Principal Myrna Muñoz, we want you to know that we are committed to ensuring that Rigler starts the school year with an experienced PPS leader. This new leader must have the skills and experience with our PPS digital platforms as we continue the school year in a virtual environment.  

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  • Update on Enrollment and Program Balancing

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    Dear PPS Families,

    We want to update you on our progress on the Enrollment and Program Balancing project we have undertaken. As we have previously announced, our initial work is focused on schools in Southeast Portland in advance of the reopening of Kellogg Middle School.

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Tubman Tribune & News Bulletin Archives

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  • HTMS News Bulletin, Sept. 18th

  • HTMS News Bulletin, Sept. 11th

  • HTMS News Bulletin, Sept. 10th

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  • Tubman Tribune #3, September 4th

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  • HTMS News Bulletin, Sept. 2nd

  • HTMS News Bulletin, Sept. 1

  • Tubman Tribune #2, August 28th

  • Tubman Tabloid #1, August 21st