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

Upcoming Events & Activities

A look at what's coming up...

a school bus

 Feb. 4  5th Grade Open House  6:30pm
 Feb. 8  Site Council Meeting  4:00pm
 Feb. 9  Community & Parent Meeting  4:30pm
 Feb. 10  PTA Meeting  7:00pm
 Feb. 15  Presidents' Day - No School  
 Feb. 17  Late Start - 2 Hours  11:00am
 Feb. 17  Foundation Meeting  7:00pm
 Feb. 18  Winter Concert  6:30pm
 Feb. 19  Unity Assembly  
 Feb. 22  8th Grade Class Photo  
 Feb. 22  Community Input Meeting  6:00pm

Community & Parent Meeting

Beaumont Middle School: Community & Parent Meeting

When: Tuesday, February 9th, 4:30-6pm

Where: Beaumont Middle School Cafeteria

Why: We want input from our parents and community! Please come contribute your voice help us create a positive school climate and a vision for our 21st century students at Beaumont.

Snacks & childcare provided!

Escuela Secundaria Básica Beaumont: Reunión de Padres y Miembros de la Comunidad

Cuándo: Martes, 9 de Febrero, 4:30-6:00 pm

Dónde: Cafetería de la Escuela Secundaria Beaumont

Por qué: Nosotros queremos escuchar las opiniones de los padres y los miembros de la comunidad. Por favor venga y contribuya con sus ideas a crear un ambiente escolar positivo y una visión para los estudiantes de la centuria 21 en Beaumont.

Se proveerá cuidado de niños y refrigerios. 

High School Information

Grant High School503-916-5160

January 20th and February 17th from 8:30 am to 10:00 am

Benson High School503-916-5100

February 2nd thru 5th - 8th Grade Shadow Days where 8th graders will have a chance to spend the morning at Benson.
Feb. 11 & 12, 6:00 pm - Tech Show. Come view student work. Los estudiantes expondrán sus obras de las clases de tecnología.

Water Polo?

Interested in Grant High School's Water Polo program?

Click HERE for information!

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.


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


for more detailed information.


Cafeteria News


Cafeteria News:


CEP Schools:  If you have a 6th Grader that is now at Beaumont from Rigler Elementary, you will need to fill out a meal application form or add money to your child’s account. Currently, 25 of the Portland Public Schools provide the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) so when a student transfers to another school, they will most likely have a change to their account status. You can find more information on free and reduced meals and the CEP program at the PPS website: Free and Reduced Priced Meals.  You can apply online or stop by the school office or cafeteria and pick up an application.  It takes longer to process a paper application so please fill one out as soon as possible to prevent negative balances on their meal account.  To add money to an account, you can do that online at My School Bucks  (formerly mylunchmoney.com).


Free Meal Application:  Just a reminder that this year’s meals applications for all students from non-CEP schools and from Beaumont, will need to be filled out by October. These are the same forms that students would fill out from a CEP school, so you can pick one up at the school office or cafeteria. One application can be filled out for all students even if they are at different schools. An online application can be filled out here.


Second Lunches: In order for your child to get a second lunch, they must have permission from a parent or guardian.  This can be done in writing or by a phone call.  The request will apply for the entire school year, unless you communicate any changes.  All meal prices are the same as last year. You can also find more information about the school menu on the website: Menu and Prices.


It’s going to be a fun year with a few menu updates for breakfast and lunch that we hope the students will enjoy. About 38% of our menu is local foods and much of that is featured during our Harvest of the Month. In September the feature is corn and in October we will have delicious apples from Hood River.


If you have any questions, you can call the cafeteria lead, Diane, at 503-916-5610.

Meal Prices 2015-2016

  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


2015-2016 School Supply List

Click here for the 2015-2016 School Supply List

2015-2016 Beaumont Staff


 Rana Akhavein   6th Grade Core 
 Emmanuel Aquino  7th/8th Grade Core - Spanish Immersion
 Jennifer Bennett  Student Management Specialist
 Theresa Beck Van Heemstra  6th Grade Core
 Michael Best  Para-Educator
 Kristina Brinton  Spanish
 Jaime Carr  Science
 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
 Richard Ehrhart  Head Custodian
 Christopher Eltagonde  7th/8th Grade Math
 Cindy Ewers  Intensive Skills
 Jane Geason  AVID/Academic Support Specialist
 Bill Gerald  7th Grade P.E./Health
 Cody Glaze  Science/AVID
 Hilda Gomez  Bilingual Community Agent
 Ria Goodwin  School Counselor
 Bernie Hansen  8th Grade Math
 Ruth Howard  School Counselor
 Lisa Kirkpatrick  School Psychologist
 Dr. Ed Krankowski  Assistant Principal
 Kieran Leathers  Para Educator
 Karen Lefere  8th Grade Core
 Jeannette Lopez  Restorative Justice Coordinator
 Iris Love  Para Educator
 Lori Martin  Principal's Secretary
 John McMahan  Technology Assistant/Data Clerk
 Julie McMillan  Librarian/Technology
 Sonja Meadows  6th Grade Core
 Monica Meza  7th Grade Math
 Jenifer Mittlestadt  Library Assistant
 Matt Moule  Science
 Kevin Muir  English Second Language
 Anabel Muñana  6th Grade Core - Spanish Immersion
 Chinh Nguyen  Custodian
 Melissa Osborn  Para Educator
 Kirsten Parrott  8th Grade Core
 Cynthia Plank  Band/Choir Director
 Donald Rose  8th Grade Core
 Margaret Ruhlman  7th Grade Core
 Kristine Schultz  Learning Center
 Linda Scott  6th Grade Core
 Kathy Smith  6th/7th Grade P.E.
 Andrea Snowadski  6th Grade Core
 Kiersten Sorenson, RN  School Nurse
 Sandra Sworden  Cafeteria Assistant
 Tracy Temple  Science/TAG Coordinator
 Valerie Turner  8th Grade Core
 Allison Ureda  Para Educator
 Harriette Vimegnon  Principal
 Brian Vo  Custodian
 Ben Wixon  English Second Language
 Lynnette Wortham  7th Grade Core


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Beaumont Calendar

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PPS News

Advisory committee forwards to superintendent recommendations for district-wide structural changes

January 29, 2016

The District-Wide Boundary Review Committee sent to the superintendent on Jan. 28 the first blueprint for structural change district-wide in many years, on the principle that balancing growing enrollment among all schools will support strong schools in every neighborhood, investing in the continued vitality of the city.


PPS grad rate up 21 points in seven years

January 28, 2016
Portland Public Schools graduation rate rose four percentage points last year to 74 percent, a 21 percentage point increase over seven years.  The PPS five-year graduation rate also improved two percentage points to 75 percent, up from 73 percent.

Board approves 2016-2017 calendar

January 26, 2016
The Portland Public Schools board voted 6-1 tonight, January 26, to start school August 29, 2016 and end June 9, 2017.


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