The Faubion Schematic Design Open House is scheduled for Friday, Dec.12 from 5:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. at Faubion School. Come view the completed schematic design and share your thoughts with the design team.
Design Advisory Group
The Design Advisory Group (DAG) is a group of school and community
stakeholder representatives who help provide feedback for the new Faubion School plans. While members to the DAG are appointed, the
meetings are open to the public.
Read the Faubion DAG charter DAG #1 Meeting Notes DAG #2 Meeting Notes DAG #3 Meeting Notes DAG #4 Meeting Notes DAG #5 Meeting Notes
DAG #6 Meeting Notes DAG #8 Meeting Notes
The Faubion project is in the final stages of
schematic design, a more detailed study of the layout of educational
spaces and common areas.
[View overall Bond project timeline]
Relocation to Tubman School
Faubion PK-8 students will relocate to Tubman School 2231 N. Flint Ave. during construction of the new building. Tubman School will be vacated and all Faubion students, teachers, and staff, in addition to Concordia’s student volunteers, will be at Tubman for two school years; 2015-2016 and 2016-2017.
Yellow school bus service provided during relocation
Yellow school bus service will transport all Faubion students to Tubman School during this time. Students will return to the new Faubion School in September 2017
The Faubion Master Plan was enthusiastically and unanimously approved by the PPS School Board on April 16th. Read the Pulse article about the Master Plan presentation here.
Boora Architects is the design team for the Faubion rebuild. Boora has a strong background in designing creative functional and sustainable learning environments.
Got questions? Check out the latest Faubion Rebuild FAQs.
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PPS Social Media links
Learn more about Faubion K-8 at their web site.
In The News
Oregon Live, “Steve Duin: Concordia, Faubion and the makings of a beautiful friendship” October 15, 2013
For more than 50 years, they lived across the street from one another in Northeast Portland, neighbors and casual admirers.[Read more]
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