Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

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"the little school under the elms"

2421 SE Orange | Portland, OR 97214
Phone: (503) 916-6190 | Fax: (503) 916-2600

School News & Announcements

Classroom Input Form


2015 - 2016 PPS School Calendar and read about why the decision to start early was made.

 

May 28 6:30 Community Mtg.

May 29 Spirit Day - Abernethy Day

June 1 SKG Mtg. 7:00 PM

June 8 Field day

June 10 Continuation 2:00 PM

June 11 Last day of school


Draft Technology Matrix

    A Message from the Principal

    Dear Families,

    I want to thank everyone for your generosity and support this year.  A few short weeks ago, we as a school, were hit very hard with staffing cuts.  Although we will still be losing some of our beloved colleagues, due to the amazing work of many of you we are in a much better position than I could ever dream of for the coming year. We will be able to offer full time PE, Music, and Library. Our last two fundraisers have put us in the amazing position where we are working on a solution that will enable us to fund our final two priorities of reducing class size and having a full time garden program.   All of this is truly wonderful news.   

    I know that people are very eagerly awaiting news of which teachers will be at each of the grade levels.   Here are the placements:

    Kindergarten: Adamski, Chin, Hurner, and Siri

    First Grade:  Bielman, Brown, and Tabor

    Second Grade: Beutler, Gerlach, and Lannigan

    Third Grade:  Kurtz, Perkins, and Springgate

    Fourth Grade: Appollo, Arthurs, and Hutchison

    Fifth Grade: Hartmann, Kane, and Wolf

    As I mentioned, we are very close to a solution that will allow us to add another classroom teacher along with a full time garden program.  If you recall, with only three 2nd grade classrooms the class sizes will be at 31-32.  The addition of a classroom teacher will allow us to reduce that significantly. 

    At this point we need some help.  If you know someone that is planning to come to Abernethy, please ask them to come in to register.  If you are not planning to be back next year, please make sure we know of those plans as well.  This will allow us to make the best possible decisions for the coming year.  We are also only at 69 kindergarteners for next year’s class.  We really need to be at about 80 to ensure we can hold all four kindergarten teachers for the coming year.  I know that there are neighbors and friends that still have not registered.  Please encourage them to do so as soon as possible. Thank you again for all your support. We will have an amazing program for the coming year.

    Take care,

    Heather

     

    SPIRIT DAY INFORMATION

     

    May 29 – Abernethy day (wear something to represent Abernethy – SKG t-shirt, tech trek, basketball…or make your own)

    Daily Schedule

    08:25 a.m. Breakfast Begins
    08:40 a.m. Breakfast Ends
    08:40 a.m. First Bell
    08:45 a.m. Tardy Bell
    11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. K-5 Lunch is on a rotation
    11:45 p.m. 1/2 Day Kindergarten dismissal
    03:00 p.m. Dismissal (K-5)

    School Menu

    School Menu Prices for the 2014-2015 school year

    Breakfast: $1.35

    Lunch: $2.70

    Adult: $4.20

    Milk: $0.50

    Abernethy Lunch Menu 2014-15-Menu-Calendar-Abernethy.pdf

    PPS News

    Congratulations to our high-flying students

    May 27, 2015
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    Portland’s brightest students are marching as valedictorians and getting well-deserved recognition at events held this May and June. 

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    Senior scholars shine

    May 27, 2015
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    Several stand-out PPS graduates have landed major national scholarships.
     

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    Farewell Faubion bash coming June 6

    May 27, 2015
    A little boy and a little girl sprawl out on a rug and play with an iPad.

    Faubion families, alumni and community members are invited to an all-day gathering to bid goodbye to the 65-year-old building and greet the PK-8 school’s state-of-the-art future.
     

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