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If your student took a course in middle school and they received high school credit, these grades will be used to calculate the student’s high school grade point average (GPA). Please review your student’s transcript for a reminder of this grade. If you don’t have a copy of their transcript, reach out to Kendra Miller in the counseling office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Per Board Policy 6.10.100-P, high school credit may be offered for selected academic courses taken prior to 9th Grade if the pre-ninth grade courses meet the same, or equivalent, criteria as a high school course.
If a student wants a pre-high school credit removed from their transcript, they must complete the required paperwork before the end of the first semester of their 9th Grade year. This deadline has been extended to the end of 3rd quarter for the 2022-2023 school year.
Please complete this form by April 7, 2023 and return to Roosevelt High School either in the main office or scanned and sent to email@example.com if you want this credit removed. In most cases, the removal of this credit will impact their graduation credit plan. Please connect with your student’s counselor to discuss this impact or if you have any questions.
Forecasting is beginning soon! Click here to go to the Forecasting section of our website, or choose Forecasting from the Counseling dropdown menu above.
Hola Familia Rider,
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Dear PPS Community,
Saturday night, gunshots were fired outside of a district-wide basketball tournament held at Franklin High School. Fortunately, no one was seriously injured and the suspect is now in custody, but if you have any information about the incident please call 503-823-3333 or utilize the SafeOregon tipline.
Dear PPS Families,
As we prepare for the winter sports season, we want to share a few reminders for our spectators.
Dear families, students, and colleagues,
It has been a joy to visit learning spaces over the past four months and see our students reengaged in their classroom learning and school activities. I am pleased to observe our students interacting with peers and diving into new curriculum materials.
This has been a very productive time for Portland Public Schools. My appreciation to all the dedicated Team PPS members who work everyday to make our school system better and stronger.
Dear PPS Community,
Every single person in Portland Public Schools believes that our learning spaces must be safe, stable, and secure, and that we have a shared responsibility to ensure the safety and well-being of the students under our care. We recognize that recent events, both locally and nationally, have rattled our community.
Superintendent Guerrero issued a broader statement about gun violence and its impacts on our schools, but we also want to explain how we both keep schools safe, and keep you informed.
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM School Board - Special Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM School Board- Work Session with Vote on a Consent Agenda
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM School Board- Audit Committee Meeting