Have a Safe Summer!
Rose City Rising is a concept compilation with the theme of the summer of 2020. We're looking for young MC's that can write and perform a track over a selection of beats to choose from. The theme that we want you to write on is how the summer of 2020 impacted you and changed the world. Write about BLM, write about zoom school, write about the pandemic, write about your feelings being isolated, write about missing your friends. Write about how 2020 impacted you. Click link here to submit your proposal.
But wait, there's more!
Multnomah County Student Health Centers will help students age 12-18 make a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. Or students/families can drop-in at any of Multnomah County Health Department's weekly Pfizer clinics. No appointment necessary. Vaccination is free and available to all Multnomah County residents, regardless of immigration or insurance status. Visit bit.ly/2RF1K6L for more information.
Multnomah County Student Health Centers ayudaremos a los estudiantes de 12 a 18 años a programar citas para la vacuna contra COVID-19. O los estudiantes / familias pueden visitar cualquiera de las clínicas semanales de Pfizer del Departamento de Salud del Condado de Multnomah. No se necesita cita previa. La vacunación es gratuita y está disponible para todos los residentes del condado de Multnomah, independientemente de su estatus migratorio o su falta de seguro médico. Visite bit.ly/2RF1K6L para obtener más información.
As you are thinking about what is best for your family 4th quarter (continuing with our morning distance learning only, or adding two afternoons a week of in-person hybrid support), here is a link to a video that explains more about what hybrid support will look like, as well as slides in English and slides in Spanish.
Please make sure to fill out the survey that was emailed to your family, for each Roosevelt student. If you cannot find the survey (it came from email@example.com), feel free to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org and we will email a fresh link to you.
We will have family meetings next week, to answer more questions if you have any:
Friday, April 2nd @noon
Saturday, April 3rd @11:00am
Thursday, April 8th @4:30
Meetings will happen in English and Spanish.
Portland Public Schools, thanks to the generosity of voters, has a head start on preparing for instruction in a post-pandemic world, an article in EdTech Magazine reports.
Dear PPS Families,
Due to the continued and unprecedented extreme heat in the region, we are pausing student programs in PPS school buildings on Tuesday, June 29. This pause includes grab-and-go meal service at PPS sites, child care, and summer enrichment programs. However, we are distributing free meals at the following parks on Tuesday:
As we have repeatedly shared with families and the public, Portland Public Schools expects to fully reopen schools to full-day, five-day, in-person learning this fall. We maintain those expectations today in light of the Oregon Department of Education announcement of the Resiliency Framework for the 2021-2022 school year.