Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

School logo of mustangsGeorge Middle School

Where no one does more for kids.

10000 N. Burr Ave. | Portland, OR 97203
Phone: (503) 916-6262 | Fax: (503) 916-2627

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Dear George Middle School Families,

Below you will find helpful information for our upcoming parent-teacher conferences. 

*You should have received a phone call and/or a flier to arrange your conference date and time. Please call the office if you do not have a scheduled time as of yet. Our goal is to get 100% of our families to attend conferences. Thanks in advance for your help and support in meeting this goal.

Information will also be available at the school entrance during conference times

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Conferences are earlier this year than in the past.  The schedule is as follows:

 

October 29th

8:30-11:30am – Morning conferences

12:30-3:30pm – Afternoon conferences

5:00-8:00pm – Evening conferences

 

October 30th

8:30-11:30am – Morning conferences

12:30-4:00pm – Afternoon conferences

5:00-7:45pm – Evening conferences

October 31st

No school for students or staff

 

When you come in the main entrance, please sign in and get the information that you need to find the teachers that you need to speak with.  Please note that teachers tend to have more availability during the day.  We put multiple teachers of the same grade level in the same place do you don’t have to run back and forth between classrooms to find a teacher. 

 

Mutang Kick Off


MUSTANG KICK-OFF

at George Middle School

An event to get ready for school

Students should come with a parent/guardian

 Thursday, August 21, 9:00 am- 7:00 pm

- Sign up for SUN School, the Health Clinic, etc.

- Take care of all of the paperwork for the start of school

- Check out and practice opening a student locker

- Update your registration forms

- Buy school supplies (the AVID Binder, only $5!)

- Sign up to volunteer

- Walk around the building to get a feel for it

- Get the student handbook

- Get your class schedule so you can see where your classes are

- And come say hello and get ready for the big day!

 


George Middle School Supply List

All George Middle School students use an “AVID Binder”

The following items make up the AVID Binder:

Todos los estudiantes de la escuela secundaria de George utilizan un "AVID Carpeta" Los siguientes elementos componen el AVID Carpeta:

 

SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST

 
  2” 3-ring binder & 6 dividers

  Notebook paper

Pencil Pouch with:

 - Pens (black)

 - #2 pencils

 - Highlighter

 

Suggestion: Backpack

LISTA DE ÚTILES


2” Carpeta con 6 divisiones

Papel de cuaderno

Bolsa de lápices con:

 - Plumas (negras)

 - Lápices #2

 - Highlighter

 

Sugerencia: Mochila


Please-NO SHARPIES (permanent markers)

NO marcadores permanents



Oregon School Library Information System

Check out www.oslis.org for your library needs!

Daily Schedule

Bell Schedule 2012-13

Breakfast served in cafeteria- 8:50-9:07
Period 1 9:15-10:11
Period 2 10:15-11:11
Period 3 11:15-12:11
LUNCH 12:11 - 12:41
Period 4 12:47-1:43
Period 5     1:47-2:45   
Period 6 2:49-3:45
SUN In cafeteria by 3:55

George Calendar

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