Enrollment & Program Balancing

Southeast Guiding Coalition Meetings

  • Work for Phase 2, which is focused on PK-5 enrollment, got underway on May 27, with a second meeting scheduled for June 17. After a summer break, work begins again in September. 

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Phase 1: Middle Grades Focus

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  • Help Create An Equitable Vision for School Enrollment and Program Balancing in SE Portland

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    In keeping with the District's commitment to racial equity and social justice (RESJ), PPS is actively seeking to develop a deep understanding of the experiences, thoughts, and concerns of Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) students and families that may be impacted by this important decision. If you are a current or incoming BIPOC student or parent at Lane, Harrison Park, or a neighboring school, please join us for a dialogue session to share how PPS schools can meet students' social emotional needs and educational aspirations. Please click the flyer below to learn more.

  • Overview

    Portland Public Schools has launched a multi-year process to develop a plan to balance student enrollment and programs across our district, which serves nearly 50,000 students in 81 schools. Enrollment and Program Balancing uses both a data-driven analysis process and community input to address needs such as equity and inclusion, transportation, facilities constraints, and much more.

  • Why is PPS facilitating an enrollment balancing process?

  • Read FLO Analytics' Baseline Assessment

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    The PPS Enrollment and Program Balancing Advisory Committee has been working with FLO Analytics to guide our enrollment and program balancing process. As part of the work, we asked FLO to conduct a baseline assessment of Portland Public Schools’ enrollment, programs, facilities, and student demographics. This information is the baseline data required to develop a district-wide framework to guide both short and long-term decision making, as it relates to enrollment and program balancing.

    You can see the full report by clicking on the image above. This report provides an essential and comprehensive understanding of the District’s data so that recommendations can be done with thoughtful intent.

Previous Updates

  • Board Approves Enrollment and Program Balancing Boundaries for 2021-22 School Year

  • Richard Smith Will Lead Re-Opening Kellogg Middle School as Principal

  • January 22 Update on Enrollment and Program Balancing Proposal for Southeast Portland School

  • January 7 Update: Enrollment and Program Balancing Recommendation To Be Presented To Board

  • December 1 Report to the Board Summarizing Feedback from Open House, Focus Groups

  • November 10 Update: Open House and Focus Group Virtual Meetings Next Week

  • October 27 Message to Families

  • September 29 Message to Families

  • March 2020 Update

  • Letter to community on community feedback sessions on enrollment policy

  • February 2020 Update: Board passes scope of work

  • February 2020: Policy Revisions

Share Your Feeback

  • Share your feedback with the Guiding Coalition.
  • Exprese su opinión sobre la coalición Guiding Coalition
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  • 与东南指导联盟分享您的反馈
  • Поделитесь своим мнением с руководящей коалицией
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Schools , Representatives, Liaisons

  • Schools

    These schools will participate in both Phase 1 (October 8 to December 1) and Phase 2 (Spring 2021):

    • Arleta K-8
    • Atkinson Elementary
    • Bridger K-8
    • Cleveland High
    • Creative Science K-8
    • Creston K-8
    • Franklin High
    • Harrison Park K-8
    • Hosford Middle
    • Lane Middle
    • Lent K-8
    • Madison High
    • Marysville K-8
    • Mt. Tabor Middle
    • Sunnyside Environmental K-8
    • Vestal Elementary
    • Woodstock Elementary

    These schools will join the process in Phase 2 (Spring 2021):

    • Abernethy Elementary
    • Glencoe Elementary
    • Grout Elementary
    • Kelly Elementary
    • Lewis Elementary
    • Whitman Elementary
    • Woodmere Elementary

    Board Liaisons 

    These members of the PPS Board of Education are lliaisons to the SEGC:


    Representatives

    Click on the image below to see the roster of school representatives in the SE Guiding Coalition:

    See full-sized list

  • Guidelines For Determining Members Per School