Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Bridger School

Home of the Wildcats!

7910 SE Market | Portland, OR 97215
Phone: (503) 916-6336 | Fax: (503) 916-2612

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April 1-May 1: Enrollment at PPS is expected to grow by thousands in the next decade. Take the 17-question PPS2025 survey to help shape change as we grow: in all supported languages online at Oregon's Kitchen Table or go the PPS2025 webpage to download a PDF and view frequently asked questions (FAQs).

Bridger Community Summit

 Please join us for the Bridger Community Summit! 

To view the agenda, click here

Food for Families

Food for Families

Food for Families

This Friday is Bridger’s monthly “Food For Families” event. Stop by the cafeteria between 3-5pm this Friday, April 15th for a market-style food distribution. Families, students, staff and community members can shop for up to 22 pounds of free food! For more information about the event, visit the page here. To volunteer, contact Geoffrey Blackmer at glbackmer@impactnw.org.

Mark your calendars, bring your reusable bags, and we’ll see you on Friday!

Kat Bonham, SUN Site Manager

Room 39, 503-502-1485

Spirit Day

 Mismatch Day!

Bridger on YouTube

Tech Resources to Use at Home

Bridger students using RAZ Kids

  Every student at Bridger has access to several online resources that can help their studies. Please use the links on the page to access support for math, reading, keyboarding, and other subjects.

Access the links by clicking on the "Bridger Technology at Home" page on menu at the left, or by clicking here

Governor Kitzhaber Visits Bridger

Gov. Kitzhaber in Maestra Carmen's classroom

 Governor Kitzhaber in Bridger Library

Gov. Kitzhaber in Maestra Carmen's classroom

Gov. Kitzhaber in Maestra Carmen's classroom

Governor Kitzhaber visited Maestra Carmen's immersion kindergarten classroom and the Bridger Library on Monday, September 30th. To view the full photo album, click here.

Literacy Night Postponed

Reading buddies

Bridger families,

We have on the calendar that Literacy Night is supposed to take place on October 8th. We are partnering with the district office to put this event together. We are trying to bring a player from either the Blazers or the Timbers. For this reason we are going to have to reschedule. 

We will let you know as soon as we have another set date. 

Thank you for your understanding!

Welcome back!

2014-2015 School Year Info

Welcome to all our students and their families!

Read a message from Principal Oscar Gilson in English or en Español.

School supply lists are included with the principal’s message.


Events

Daily Schedule

 Regular Schedule

8:30 a.m.

Doors open; Breakfast in cafeteria (K-4th)

8:40 a.m.

First Bell; Breakfast pickup (5th-8th)

8:45 a.m.

Tardy Bell

11:00-12:15

Lunch Rotations

3:00 p.m.

Dismissal (K-8th)

 

Two Hour Late Opening Days

10:30 a.m.

Doors open; Breakfast in cafeteria (K-4th)

10:40 a.m.

First Bell; Breakfast pickup (5th-8th)

10:45 a.m.

Tardy Bell

11:00-12:15

Lunch Rotations

3:00 p.m.

Dismissal (K-8th)


PPS News

Keep up with the PIL: April newsletter

April 17, 2015

Get an update on PIL growth, celebrate Nike's incredible track shoes donation and congratulate Roosevelt's Coach Kelsey on her Comcast Coach of the Year!! April PIL Newsletter

Ipads to help boost early literacy

April 17, 2015
Whitman families were among those who receive free ipads as part of the pilot project to help all students read by third grade. A pilot program at four Portland Public Schools aims to bridge the digital divide while engaging families in helping students boost reading skills. 

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Beaumont students gather Vanport stories before they're lost

April 14, 2015
This is a poster designed by Beaumont students showing images of Vanport. Beaumont Middle School students are learning at the confluence of race relations, cutting-edge technology and college-level history as they preserve the stories of those who lived in Vanport, the Oregon city destroyed by flood waters 67 years ago. [More]

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