Hello Faubion families-
The YMCA is excited to be back in the Faubion community providing before and after school care for the 2018-2019 school year!
Registration for fall is currently open: you can find paper copies of the forms needed in the Faubion School office, or you can visit our website at https://www.ymcacw.org/after-school-enrichment-registration to find all of the necessary forms and information.
Please do not hesitate to call our Program Office at 503-327-0007 with any questions you may have about the registration process and/or programming.
We look forward to serving your community next year!
Senior Program Director
Concordia University - Portland
Kaiser Permanente joins Concordia, PPS Faubion School, and Trillium Family Services in the 3 to PhD model to create safer, healthier, educated ...
During summer break, when many of our schools are closed,
parents can still register their students for the coming year by visiting the
Enrollment and Transfer Center at the PPS central office.
Superintendent Guadalupe Guerrero and his staff have completed the 2018-19 budget for Portland Public Schools. The $655 million budget reflects the Superintendent’s priorities, including increasing investment in core instruction, staffing schools equitably, advancing racial equity, diversity and inclusion, and enhancing student safety and wellbeing. The PPS Board of Education is expected to formally adopt the budget at its June 26 meeting.
The school year was over, but more than 500 K-5 teachers were hard at work preparing for the 2018-19 academic year at the PPS Summer Institute at Roosevelt High School. The two-day training gave teachers the opportunity to dig into the new language arts curriculum, and hear from teachers who are already using it. The teachers also learned how the curriculum aligns with state standards and the district’s newly adopted scope and sequence — an academic term for what will be taught and in what order.
Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of former Vice President Joe Biden, said a new public and private partnership between Concordia University and Faubion Elementary is a shining example of making powerful changes in education that can lift an entire community.
Schools of the Future: Design is Destiny!
Engage with the architect, principal, university faculty, and curriculum designers in a talk and tour to find out how design is destiny for 800+ students and their families in NE Portland. The first of its kind in the nation, 3 to PhD was developed as a new public-private collaboration to create safer, healthier, more educated communities, where all young people could "pursue their highest dreams" (PhD). DWP participants can experience a day in the life inside Portland's first newly constructed school in two decades, which opened in fall 2017, and includes Faubion PK-8, Concordia University's College of Education, an early childhood center, the 3 to PhD Kaiser Permanente Wellness Center, STEAM/maker spaces, and a food club.
Learn more at www.3toPhD.org and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @3toPhDpdx.
Learn about our Pacific Foods partnership, bringing healthy food to families:
July 18th, 2017
Dear 3 to PhD Family,
Welcome to our “Join the Family” Countdown Campaign! This is the first of a regular e-newsletter to keep you informed about everything 3 to PhD®, Faubion and Concordia!
Please click on this link to see our first newsletter! 3tophd-newsletter-0221.pdf
December 16th, 2016
photos from Faubion construction: https://flic.kr/s/aHskNs1oaG
April 19th, 2016
Faubion school groundbreaking video:
April 11th, 2016
The Oregonian / OregonLive: http://www.oregonlive.com/education/index.ssf/2016/04/faubion_school_and_concordia_u.html
Portland Tribune: http://portlandtribune.com/pt/9-news/301144-178972-citys-leaders-celebrate-beginning-of-faubion-school-construction
Patch Portland: http://patch.com/oregon/portland/portland-schools-groundbreaking-brings-out-hundreds-0
Concordia’s news post: http://www.cu-portland.edu/news/new-education-facility-breaks-ground-portland
View the wide range of social media activity by the community on #3toPhD at: https://tagboard.com/3tophd/search
March 8, 2016
Febuary 27th, 2016
Febuary 8th, 2016
3 to PhD video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rxZCXb6_tpI
Carl Talton https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OV45519GHLQ
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Faubion pictures: https://www.flickr.com/photos/41430185@N08/sets/
March 3rd, 2015
Just a reminder that ALL Faubion students are expected to be in standard dress every day. Standard dress includes:
*collared shirt in red, navy, grey, white
*Pants, skirts, shorts, etc. in khaki, navy or black
*Sweatshirts and sweaters MUST be in dress code colors if worn in the classroom.
*Faubion or Concordia University swag is allowed
*ALL ITEMS MUST BE LOGO/PATTERN FREE
You are invited to be apart of a 'meet and greet' session to chat with the candidates for the 3 to PhD Collaborative Director position. This meet & greet meeting will be Thursday, June 28th 9am - noon at Faubion School. It is important that those who would like to participate stay for the entire 9am - noon period. There will be childcare provided and translation assistance. If you are interested in attending, please email email@example.com.
Preschool applications are now available online (or request a paper copy from the office). If you have a child who will be 3 or 4 years old before/or on September 1, 2018, live in a Title I school neighborhood you might qualify for FREE full day preschool (3 year olds) or prekindergarten (4 year olds).
Please use this link to apply: https://pps.schoolmint.net/signin or call Faubion at 503-916-5686 to pick up a paper copy.
Please call Faubion if you have any questions!
Visit Faubion’s New Book Nook and Take Home Some Free Books!
What is it?
The Book Nook for children’s books is a community space for families to share books with one another. No library card needed! Please take some books home for your family to enjoy and keep them as long as you would like. You may also donate books your family no longer uses for others who may be ready to read them by placing them in the book nook space.
Where is it?
The Book Nook for children and teens is located in Faubion’s Welcome Hall, just to the right inside the main entrance of the building. There is also a Book Nook for the grown-ups in the Parent Resource Room #161.
For large book donations or questions, please contact
¡Visita el nuevo rincón de libros de Faubion y llévate a casa algunos libros gratis!
Book Nook para libros infantiles es un espacio comunitario para que las familias compartan libros entre ellos. ¡No se necesita una tarjeta de biblioteca! Lleve algunos libros a casa para que su familia los disfrute y consérvelos todo el tiempo que desee. También puede donar libros que su familia ya no use para otros que puedan estar listos para leerlos si los coloca en el espacio del rincón del libro. ¿Dónde está?
El Book Nook para niños y adolescentes está en el Welcome Hall de Faubion, a la derecha dentro de la entrada principal del edificio. También hay un rincón de libros para los adultos en la sala de recursos para padres, #161.
Para grandes donaciones de libros o preguntas, contáctese con Carrie Kondor