• LGBTQ2SIA+ Supports

    LGBTQ2SIA+ students, families, staff, and community partners are vital members of the Portland Public Schools community. Our commitment to this community continues to expand as we grow in our understanding of the unique needs and challenges facing the LGBTQ2SIA+ community. This webpage is just a starting point for finding information regarding rights, services available within PPS and the Portland metro area, and basic educational resources.

    If you have feedback/notice a broken link, please fill out this form. Thanks for helping us keep resources current!

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  • GLSEN's National Student Council

    **Apply by 9PM, May 31st**

    This is a sponsored youth leadership and engagement program. It is open to all youth currently enrolled in high school in the United States. Members of the National Student Council dedicate their time, passion, and commitment to the safer schools mission while also elevating the voices of marginalized groups within the LGBTQ community, including (but not limited to) youth of color, youth with different abilities, immigrant and undocumented youth, youth who are HIV positive, youth in rural communities, and transgender, non binary, intersex, and gender nonconforming youth.

    Three students from the waist up facing the camera, each with a word to their right Lead, Educate, Organize

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  • Kids' Pride Advertisement  Details in a yellow bubble, two drag queens at the bottom left with sponsors in bottom right

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  • Hello my pronouns are with two fill in the blanks written in rainbow on a whiteboard in the foreground with a person behind

    Come hangout with us! If folks are into it, we can play games, do crafts, chat, look at the work of queer artists and creators, or whatever else you want to do!

    Activities and meeting time are evolving and dependent on the group.

    Click on the image to sign up!

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Britt Bieberich (They/Them)
LGBTQ2SIA+ Program Manager
971.291.3344 (call/text)


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