West Sylvan Middle School
Elective Forecasting Directions
BEFORE YOU START sign into the survey using your apps4pps account. Now be sure you have
1. A current and valid email address that can be accessed by a computer.
2.Parent Approval for your elective choices. Your parents are required to sign your form, after you complete your survey, and before you turn it into the main office.
3. Internet access - The survey can be completed online, with computers or mobile devices, but prarents, or students, will need email access to print the attached form that will be generated and sent to you via email.
Please review and consider your elective choices BEFORE you start the survey. Please choose a variety of classes from each section, otherwise we will have to make elective choices for you, if you don't get your first preferences. It is suggested that students complete their forecasting survey at home, with parent support. If this is not possible, students may have access to school computers before and after school, or during lunchtime, to take the survey and print their form.
Use the "Elective Program Link" to review your elective options.
Use the "Forecasting Link" to complete the survey for your next year's grade level.
Current 5th graders choose - (on-line soon)
Current 6th graders choose - 7th Grade Survey
Current 7th graders choose - 8th Grade Survey
Complete and submit the survey.
Review and have parents sign the PDF forecasting "receipt". RETURN TO THE West Sylvan Main Office by MARCH 8th, 2019. (5th grade families return forms to fifth grade teachers by (DATE TO BE ANNOUNCED.)
If you are having trouble with accessing your emailed forecasting form, the survey, or need any other support in completing this process, please contact the West Sylvan Main Office. We will work to assist you in submitting your information accurately. Thank you for your participation and support!
West Sylvan Main Office - (503) 916-5690
YOU ARE INVITED TO LINCOLN'S BIG PARTY
THIS IS IT!
THE BIG PARTY FOR EVERYONE
Set your phone timers for 5pm on April 13th because it's going to be mega. It's the 150LHS birthday party at PSU's mint Viking Pavilion. Lincoln is one of America's oldest public school west of the Rockies. Before you know it, your kids will be there. See plans of the new Lincoln your students will make their own. Be part of it. Join the Lincoln Cards to celebrate this milestone in Public Education.
Dress in red and white, or dig out your favorite Lincoln gear to celebrate in tailgate style. Eat from a variety of food stations and toast to the past and the future while you enjoy entertainment from students and alumni.
This is THE ONE! The Big Party for past, current and future Cardinals.
Sylvan Office Supply
Open Every Morning until the Second Bell
Room 109 near the bus entrance
AVID Tablet (25)
Lead (0.5, 0.7, 0.9)
Eraser (Pencil Cap)
Colored Pencils (24)
Journal (Comp Book)
Journal (Math Spiral)
The Portland Public Schools Board of Education approved a significant revision to the district policy on student field trips and out-of-town travel, and passed a resolution to offer comment on proposed construction work on Interstate 5 that would affect Harriet Tubman Middle School.
Dear PPS Families,
With hopes that inclement winter weather is done for this school year, we wanted to touch base with you regarding making up snow days. We thought it was important to share an update with you before Spring Break.
Lincoln High School senior Sagarika Ramachandran has been selected as the winner of the Oregon Student Journalist of the Year Award. Sagarika, who serves as editor-in-chief of Lincoln's student newspaper, the Cardinal Times, became the first journalist from a PPS school to win the award, which started in 2005.
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM Special District Board Meeting
6:00 PM Board Work Session
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM West Sylvan Campus Clean up day