District announcements and information 2011-12
View 2011-12 advisories and other districtwide communications for families.
Advisories are normally translated into Spanish, Vietnamese, Russian, Chinese and Somali. Translations are posted as they come in.
The district will hold three meetings for families, teachers, students and neighbors to share their views: May 22 at Roosevelt High School Cafeteria; May 23 at Madison High School; May 24 at Lincoln High School. The format for each meeting is: 5 p.m.-6 p.m., open house; and 6 p.m.-8 p.m., presentation and discussion.
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Portland Public Schools is proposing to move Humboldt PK-8 students to Boise-Eliot PK-8 School, 620 N. Fremont St. The move would take effect this fall: September 2012.
Portland Public Schools is proposing to close Young Women’s Leadership Academy at the end of this school year because it is no longer feasible to provide the core academic program given the school’s small size.
The State Board of Education recently changed the way it evaluates the reading skills of Oregon students in grades 3 through 8.
National changes in what students learn have been adopted in Oregon.
On April 24, Portland Public Schools will administer the ACT college exam to high school juniors.
Schools across Oregon are bracing for more reductions this fall. What are options for Portland Public Schools? What are your most important priorities for the education of PPS students?
You are invited to information meetings on our buildings starting Jan. 24 and ending March 14. The sessions cover maintenance, seismic stability, finances and more. All start at 7 p.m. and will be at various locations. Spanish, Russian, Vietnamese, Chinese and Somali interpreters will be available.
Winter is on its way — and with it, blustery weather. For Portland Public Schools, that may mean school delays and closures.
Portland Public Schools students in grades 9-12 will continue receiving free TriMet service through June 14, thanks to a new YouthPass program agreement.
Beginning this school year, all PPS schools will notify parents and guardians of students’ unexcused morning absences before the end of the school day.
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