Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Beaumont Middle School

Academic Achievement,
Situationally-Appropriate Behavior Everyone!

4043 NE Fremont | Portland, OR 97212
Phone: (503) 916-5610 | Fax: (503) 916-2609

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Back to School Night

Dear Beaumont Families,

Back to School Night is this Tuesday evening, September 23rd at 6:30PM. The form below went home with your student this week, but here is an additional copy for you to have completed in preparation of following your student's schedule that evening. We look forward to seeing you all soon.

Elizabeth Casson-Taylor
Beaumont Principal


Click here for the Back to School Night form.

Upcoming Events & Activities

A look at what's coming up...

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 Sept.23  Back to School Night  6:30 pm

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 Oct. 1   School Picture Day 
 Oct.3  Latino Breakfast  9:00 am
 Oct. 6  Spaghetti Dinner  5:30 pm
 Oct. 8  Foundation Board Mtg.  7:00 pm
 Oct. 10  No School - Inservice Day
 Oct. 13  Site Council Meeting  4:00 pm
 Oct. 15  Late Opening (2 hours)  11:00 am
 Oct. 16  PTA Meeting  7:00 pm

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Welcome!

Welcome to Beaumont, we are so glad you are here!

Ways to get involved right away…

Our PTA is growing stronger each year and is led by Diane Bader. The first event planned is the Back to School picnic which will be Friday evening, September 12th. Please email dbaders@comcast.net if you have time and interest to see what may need to be done to promote and coordinate this event. Or, if you have interest in hearing what the PTA has planned for the year and how you may be able to help out, Diane's the one to contact. PTA meetings will be held at the school every third Thursday of the month at 7PM.

Our Foundation continues to help support staffing in a number of different academic areas. There are a few fundraisers each year to generate this financial support, as well as an increasing number of families who contribute to the Foundation with monthly contributions. Please consider setting up your account with Beaumont through www.allhandsraised.org today. Just determine the amount for your monthly donation, designate Beaumont as your school of choice, and you're all set! If you would like to learn more about the Foundation or have an interest in joining our email list, please email beaumontfoundation@gmail.com

Monthly meetings will be held at the school every third Wednesday of the month, starting September 17th at 7PM.

If your student is planning to participate in the Music Program, there is an active parent group who helps to coordinate concerts and support the Music Teacher. If you are interested in playing a role with this program, please contact beaumontmusic@comcast.net

Finally, if you have not done so already, email beaumontnewsletter@gmail.com to receive the e-newsnotes which includes important information about school and community events.

Your help and support in any of these three primary volunteer groups will continue to make Beaumont an exceptional educational and social experience for students and families. Thank you for your consideration.

Titia Quinton

Chairperson for Beaumont Foundation

Diane Bader

Beaumont PTA President

2014-2015 Beaumont Staff

 

 Rana Akhavein   6th Grade Core 
 Emmanuel Aquino  7th/8th Grade Core - Spanish Immersion
 Jennifer Bennett  Student Management Specialist
 Michael Best  Para-Educator
 Elizabeth Casson-Taylor  Principal
 Sue Coffman  SUN School Coordinator
 Jennifer Coyne  7th Grade Core/French
 Paul Donkers  Intensive Skills
 Diane Drooger  Cafeteria Lead
 Liza Duilio  Learning Center
 Janelle Dunn  Speech Pathologist
 Ria Dunn  School Counselor
 Richard Ehrhart  Head Custodian
 Christopher Eltagonde  7th/8th Grade Math
 Cindy Ewers  Intensive Skills
 Laura Feltz  6th Grade Core
 Cody Glaze  7th/8th Grade Science
 Sarah Gonzalez  6th Grade Core
 Bill Gerald  7th Grade Physical Education
 Hilda Gomez  Bilingual Community Agent
 Tonya Hamlin  Cafeteria Assistant
 Bernie Hansen  7th/8th Grade Math
 Sarah Hepp  Principal's Secretary
 Kira Jones  6th/8th Grade Science
 Susan Horky, RN  School Nurse
 Katharine Kimball  Spanish
 Lisa Kirkpatrick  School Psychologist
 Kieran Leathers  Para Educator
 Karen Lefere  8th Grade Core
 Iris Love  Para Educator
 John McMahan  Technology Assistant/Data Clerk
 Monica Meza  7th/8th Grade Math
 Jenifer Mittlestadt  Library Assistant
 Matt Moule  7th Grade Science
 Anabel Muñana  6th Grade Core - Spanish Immersion
 Chinh Nguyen  Custodian
 Melissa Osborn  Para Educator
 Kirsten Parrott  8th Grade Core
 Cynthia Plank  Band/Choir Director
 Emmanuel Price  Restorative Justice Coordinator
 Donald Rose  8th Grade Core
 Margaret Ruhlman  7th Grade Core
 Kristine Schultz  Learning Center
 Annie Scott  Data Clerk
 Linda Scott  6th Grade Core
 Kathy Smith  6th Grade Physical Education
 Andrea Snowadski  6th Grade Core
 Tracy Temple  6th Grade Science/TAG Coordinator
 Valerie Turner  8th Grade Core
 Allison Ureda  Para Educator
 Harriette Vimegnon  Assistant Principal
 Brian Vo  Custodian
 Ben Wixon  English Second Language
 Lynnette Wortham  7th Grade Core

 

Meal Prices 2014-2015

  Breakfast Lunch
PK-5  $1.35  $2.70
6-8  $1.35  $2.95
9-12  $1.35  $3.20
Reduced  $0.00*  $0.40
Adult  $2.10  $4.20
Milk  $0.50  $0.50
 *Funding provided by the Oregon Legislature to eliminate the reduced price payment for school breakfast

 

2014-2015 School Supply List

Click here for the 2014-2015 School Supply List

New Online Parent Tool

New online parent tool

Starting in the 2013-14 school year, PPS families gained access to student progress information in a new online tool called Synergy ParentVUE. ParentVUE is available in multiple languages and also as a free mobile app.

Families will receive log-in instructions to Synergy ParentVUE and links to online support materials in Fall 2014. For more information, please visit http://synergyspotlight.pps.net

Getting the news about bad weather

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Getting the news about bad weather

You can get PPS weather-related delay and closure information in several places:

  • On the PPS home page, PPS Inside and all school websites.
  • Like us on the PPS Facebook page
  • Follow us on Twitter @PPSAlerts for emergency news, @PPSConnect for school, district and emergency news.
  • Rapid Broadcast phone calls in all supported languages to the PRIMARY number listed on your student’s registration paperwork. Report phone number changes to your school office.

PPS decision-making process

Go to the Student Transportation webpage to learn how PPS decides to delay or close schools and other important information. View Snow Routes & Schedules for Buses. Remember to add two hours to the bus times in the event of a two-hour late start.

FlashAlert

PPS also uses the Flash Alert service to relay emergency closure information to news media. Flash Alert allows anybody to receive the same alerts the news stations do, but PPS cannot guarantee their delivery.


Point your browser at

http://www.pps.k12.or.us/about-us/6178.htm 

for more detailed information.

 

Beaumont Calendar

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SUN Community School

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BSCS Fall 2014 Community/Evening Catalog

BSCS Fall Term Extended Day Flyer

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PPS News

Clarendon early learning academy open for educating

September 22, 2014
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PPS and partners cut the ribbon on the new Clarendon Regional Early Learning Center Sept. 10, ushering in a new era in pre-kindergarten education in the school district.

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Volunteers help students not in school reconnect

September 13, 2014
From left, parent volunteer Jessica Thompson, School Board Director Bobbie Regan and Char Hutson, who oversees middle school community outreach at PPS, prepare to knock on doors of students no in school. More than 50 volunteers joined PPS Reconnection Services staff Saturday, Sept. 13, to knock on the doors of 175 students who are not in school -- and invite those students back. 

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Student achievement remains strong, yet urgency affirmed

September 10, 2014

Portland Public Schools continues to outperform the state in reading, math, science and writing, according to state test results released by the Oregon Department of Education Sept. 10.  

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