• Fall 2020: School Will Be Online Until At Least November 5

    Following guidance from health officials and Gov. Kate Brown, PPS will start the fall semester online. More information

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  •  School is closed for Summer. Families should watch the district and Marysville websites for updates on the opening of school in the Fall.

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  • Anti-Racist Resources for Parents

    Good Information for Families:

  • 8th Grade Promotion Pics

    The 8th Grade Promotion was a little different this year, but was great! It was so nice to see all of their smiling faces as they either drove or walked through with their families to collect their goody bag which included a Marysville sweatshirt and yearbook. Good luck 8th graders! 
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  • Congratulations 8th Graders!

  • Kindergarten Connect

  • Summer Meals for PPS Students

    The Nutrition Services department will be extending current meal services into the summer, June 11th through August 21st at all locations except Rigler and Harrison Park due to extensive construction projects.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided to any PPS student and any children in the community ages 1-18, Monday through Thursday. Meals for Friday, Saturday and Sunday are provided on Thursdays. Children do not need to be present to pickup the meals.  

    Meals will be available for pickup outside the school from 11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. at the locations below. 

    • Boise-Eliot/Humboldt Elementary - 620 N Fremont Ave
    • César Chávez Elementary - 5103 N Willis Blvd
    • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary - 4906 NE 6th Ave
    • Franklin High School - 5405 SE Woodward St
    • George Middle School - 10000 N Burr Ave
    • Grout Elementary - 3119 SE Holgate Blvd
    • Lent School - 5105 SE 97th Ave
    • Madison at Marshall - 3905 SE 91st Ave
    • Markham Elementary - 10531 SW Capitol Hwy
    • Rosa Parks Elementary - 8960 N Woolsey Ave
    • Scott Elementary - 6700 NE Prescott St
    • Sitton Elementary - 9930 N Smith St
    • Woodmere Elementary - 7900 SE Duke St

    As in years past, the Nutrition Services department will partner with Portland Parks and Recreation to provide meals at 13 additional parks throughout the city starting June 22.   More information will be provided later about services times.  

    The park locations are listed below:

    Park Name


    Kenton Park

    N Delaware Avenue and N Kilpatrick Street

    Peninsula Park

    700 N Rosa Parks Way

    St Johns Park

    8427 N Central Street

    Columbia Park

    N Woolsey Avenue and N Winchell Street

    Alberta Park

    NE 19th Avenue and NE Jarrett Street

    Cully Park

    5810 NE 72nd Avenue

    Irving Park

    875 NE Fremont Street

    Khunamokwst Park

    5200 NE Alberta Street

    Montavilla Park

    NE 82nd Avenue and Glisan Street

    Essex Park

    SE 76th Avenue and Center Street

    Harrison Park

    SE 84th Avenue and Harrison Street

    Lents Park

    SE 92nd Avenue and SE Steele Street

    Mt Scott Park

    SE 72nd Avenue and SE Ramona Street

  • Community Letter on Anti-racism

    Dear Marysville Community,

    This last week horrific events have rocked our nation and our communities beginning with the weaponization of white privilege by Amy Cooper and followed by the murder of George Floyd by white police officers.  While these events are front and center for us as a nation right now, they are just the latest in a centuries old system rooted in racial injustice and white supremacy.  As white, anti-racist allies in positions of leadership - and as mothers, sisters, daughters and as human beings, we feel compelled to speak out against racism and to play an active role in dismantling it from within our educational system.  

    We believe we have a responsibility to:

    1. Listen to and believe people of color when they share their lived experience.  
    2. Examine where systems of oppression are embedded into our practices and interrupt them.  
    3. Incorporate restorative practices into our everyday way of being.  
    4. Create the opportunities for students to learn how to be anti-racist leaders by developing agency
    and advocacy skills to challenge injustice and change oppressive systems in their communities.  

    As your school administration at Marysville, we are committed to anti-racist action, engaging our Mindfulness practices to develop an anti-racist mindset that requires reflection on the role of whiteness in racial injustice, highlights the value and humanity of Black people and provides presence in open dialogue.  Beginning in the fall we will be incorporating an anti-racist curriculum in all grade levels with the intention of supporting our students and staff as they learn to talk about race beginning in kindergarten.  

    We would like to acknowledge the courage, resiliency, and strength of the Black community.  We are on this journey with you and are honored to be doing this work beside you.  We acknowledge that this is just a start, that we have a lot of listening to do, and that as white allies we will constantly be evolving and learning in this process.  In the days to come we will be compiling a list of resources on our website for families who wish to deepen their learning around anti-racist practices.  

    With Respect,

    Cathy Murray, Principal Marysville K-8

    Serene Bertram, Assistant Principal Marysville K-8

  • Spirit Week

  • Virtual Scholastic Book Fair!

    Book Fair
    We're having a Summer Read-a-Palooza Virtual Book Fair! You can support our school while discovering favorite characters, series, and collections all summer long. Orders are delivered right to your doorstep and you can take advantage of FREE shipping on book-only purchases over $25.
    Let's make this a summer to instill a love of reading!
     Make sure to use this link so that our school will benefit! Click on the link or the above picture. 
  • Register for Kindergarten Online!

    If you have a child who will be 5 years old by September 1, please register for kindergarten! To register, go to pps.net/kinderenroll. The process takes 20-30 minutes and school staff will follow up with you later in the summer. With schools closed, online registration is the easiest option, but paper options will be available soon. You don’t need to register if your child attends a PPS Head Start or Pre-Kindergarten program.

    ¡Inscripciones para el Kínder en línea!

    Si su/s hijos/as van a tener 5 años antes del 1ero de septiembre, por favor inscríbalos. Diríjase a: https://www.pps.net/kinderenroll para inscribir a sus hijos/as en Kínder. El proceso dura entre 20-30 minutos y el personal de la escuela los contactara después en el verano. Ya que las escuelas están cerradas, tener las inscripciones en línea es la opción más fácil, pero muy pronto la hoja de inscripción estará disponible. Si sus hijos/as están asistiendo a un programa escolar de PPS Head Start o Pre-kinder, no es necesario que usted los/as inscriba.

    Đăng ký Học Mẫu Giáo Trực Tuyến!

    Nếu quý vị có một bé lên 5 tuổi vào Ngày 1 Tháng 9, xin vui lòng đăng ký học mẫu giáo! Để đăng ký, truy cập vào pps.net/kinderenroll . Quá trình này mất khoảng 20-30 phút và nhân viên nhà trường sẽ liên lạc với quý vị trong mùa hè này. Trong khi các trường học đóng cửa, thì đăng ký trực tuyến là sự lựa chọn dễ nhất, nhưng chọn điền đơn trên giấy cũng sẽ sớm được cung cấp. Quý vị không cần phải đăng ký nếu con em quý vị đang tham gia chương trình Head Start hoặc Lớp Mầm Non ở PPS.

    Diiwaangalinta Xannaanada ee Online!

    Haddii ilmahaaga da’diisu noqoneyso 5 sanno marka la gaaro bisha Sebtamber 1deeda, fadlan diiwaangali ilmahaaga! Haddaba si aad u diiwaangaliso ilmahaaga waxaad tegtaa pps.net/kinderenroll. Marka aad diiwaangalineysa dariiqa la marayaa wuxuu qaadanayaa qiyaastii 20-30 daqiiqo, iyada oo shaqaalaha iskuulku kula soo xiriiri doonaan ka dib xilliga xaggaaga.  Maadaama ay hadda iskuuladu xiran yihiin, habka ugu fudud waa inaad online ka diiwaangaliso ilmahaaga, laakiin habkii xaashida ahaa ee diiwaangalintu waxa uu diyaar noqon doonaa sida ugu degdeg badan. Haddii ilmahaagu wax ka baranayey  barnaamijyada Bilowga Waxbarashada(Head Start) ama Xannaanada Bilowga ah(Pre-Kindergarten) uma baahnid inaad diiwaangaliso. 

    Зарегистрируйтесь в нулевой класс онлайн!

    Если у вас есть ребёнок, которому к 1 сентября будет 5 лет, пожалуйста, зарегистрируйтесь в нулевой класс! Чтобы зарегистрироваться, пойдите на веб-сайт pps.net/kinderenroll. Процесс занимает 20-30 минут и сотрудники школы свяжутся с вами позже летом. В связи с закрытием школ, регистрация онлайн является самым простым вариантом, но заявления на  бумаге будут доступны в ближайшее время. Вы не надо регистрироваться, если ваш ребёнок посещает программу “Head Start” или “Pre-Kindergarten” в PPS.


    如果您的孩子在9月1日将满5岁,请注册幼儿园! 要注册,请访问pps.net/kinderenroll。 这过程只需20到30分钟,学校工作人员将在暑期末与您跟。 在学校关闭的情况下,在线注册是最简单的选择,但书面注册将很快推出。 如果您的孩子参加了PPS学前班(Head Start)或幼儿园预备课程,则无需注册。
  • Parkrose Student Health Center Open

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  • New Pictures in the Gallery

    Click here to see some great pictures from the Marysville Parade!
  • Portland Public Schools Home-Based Distanced Learning

    Please click here to learn more about PPS-HD.
  • National Alliance on Mental Illness-NAMI

    For Parents and Caregivers of Children and Adolescents with Behavioral and Mental Health Challenges.
    NAMI Basics is a free, six-week education program taught by trained teachers who themselves have lived similar experiences with their own children.
    Topics include:
    - Trauma of mental illness for the child and family
    - Latest research on the medical aspects of mental illness
    - Biology of mental illness
    - Overview of the systems involved in caring for children and teens
    - An overview of treatment options
    - Impact of illness of the rest of the family
    Click here to view a flyer with more information about dates, times, and how to register for the class. 
  • Title IX Reporting

    Because we are transitioning to online learning, please use the following QR code or website link to report any online harassment:  
     Title IX
  • COVID-19 Emergency Relief Resources for PDX

    We all hope everyone is well and safe and are able to stay at home. Please click here for a list of emergency relief resources. 
    Marysville staff has also put together a list of family support services. You can access the list here
    You can also access a list here of companies that are offering free services and/or waiving fees due to the quarantine.
    Please click here for a list of Mental Health Resources. 
  • District COVID information

    Click here to be redirected to the district website for updates and resources regarding the Coronavirus.
  • Health Services and Fund for PPS

    Click here for more information regarding available health services over spring break.
    Help our Portland Public Schools respond to the needs of students, families, and school communities during this unprecedented school closure. While public dollars are currently covering the cost of maintaining basic nutrition services at a number of school sites, we know that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic will be felt more broadly across our school communities. Please consider making a donation at: https://fundforpps.org/cv19relief 

Mindfulness at Marysville

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  • Counselor Message

    In uncertain times, it is understandable if you and/or your students feel a little (or a lot!) anxious. With constant news updates and social media posts, it's hard to not get caught up in the panic and keep perspective. Your child may have a lot of questions about what is going on and why they can't go to school or play with their friends. When you are overwhelmed by it all it can be hard to come up with the right answers. I’ve collected information from various sites that break down the coronavirus, social distancing and what to do instead of fighting with your kids about doing their homework. You can find everything I’ve pulled together here, https://mindfulcounselor.weebly.com/ under the tab ‘Coronaviurus Info for Kids’. I’ve also included a tab with free activities that you can do at home, including mindfulness activities and yoga classes. I will continue to update these tabs with information so check back often. 
    If you have additional questions or concerns, or your student would like to check in with me, please email me at sfuller1@pps.net and we can connect via phone, zoom, google hangouts or email.
    If you need immediate support, please call the Multnomah County Crisis Line at (503)988-4888 (toll free 800-716-9769). They are available to help 24/7. Students can also connect to teen volunteers who are available through the Youth Line by calling (877)968.8491 or texting ’teen2teen’ to 839863.
    We are in this together.
    Sara Fuller
    School Counselor
  • Brain Break Script

    If you would like to continue practicing Brain Breaks with your child, please go to the Brain Break section of our website here to find the script. 
  • Marysville Gives Back Video 2019

  • Interested in Mindfulness at Marysville?

    Visit Sara Fuller's (Marysville's School Counselor) website to see what different practices we are currently doing at Marysville.  Sara has also included different resources and events for parents and students.  Check it out by clicking on this link.


  • Dear Marysville Families,


    This abrupt closure and prolonged separation has been, to say the least unsettling!   I want you all to know that I continue to be committed to each of you and the success of our school.  I will work as best I can to remain connected with during this remote schooling opportunity.  The district is working to put a more long term plan in place, in the meantime, Marysville will continue to link many resources on our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us for support or educational suggestions.

    Most importantly, I want us all to maintain our focus on our health and the wellbeing of our community.


    First, we want to offer our Mindfulness focus as a support for present moment stress. 

    • This could be a time to expand, start or deepen a personal meditation practice.
    • Savor all our personal connections that we often put on hold during the school year.
    • Keep a gratitude journal
      • I would love to hear how mindfulness is showing up for you during this present uncertainty.

    Second, some temporary supports for our students and families with their home-learning experience  

     PS.  If you would like to chat, or if I could help in any way, please text or call me.  I want to be here to support you.  971-413-1090

    Take care,

    Cathy Murray

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