The District is collaborating with the Portland Association of Teachers to update this document to align with recent changes in State Law (SB 553).
All schools are concurrently engaged in a process of creating school specific School Climate Handbooks in collaboration with staff, students, families, and community partners to meet the unique needs of each school community.
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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.
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.
Portland Public Schools recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups and their roles in society. It is the policy of the Portland Public Schools Board of Education that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups on the grounds of age, color, creed, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment.
District Title VI & Title IX Contact: Greg Wolleck, HS Regional Administrator (503-916-3963)
District 504 Contact: Tammy Jackson, Director, Student Services (503-916-5460)
American Disabilities Act Contact: Human Resources (503-916-3544)
Portland Public Schools
501 North Dixon Street
Portland, Oregon, 97227-1807 - USA