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"Two Great Programs, One Great School!"

5037 SW Iowa St. | Portland, OR 97221
Phone: (503) 916-6300 | Fax: (503) 916-2633

A Message from the Principal

Photo of Deanne Froehlich
Deanne Froehlich, Principal

November 20, 2014
Dear Families,

As the holiday season gets closer we begin to think about the needs of others in our community. We have many within our own school community that appreciate the support and caring of others during the holiday season. The “Giving Snowman” will appear in the school office, with a variety of options for giving. Please feel free to stop by, pick out a tag, and support someone in need.

The Giving Snowman will be up from November 19th – December 17, with gifts being delivered prior to winter break. This is a wonderful opportunity for your children to be involved in giving to others and recognizing that there are others in our community that are in need of some holiday cheer.

Thank you!!
Deanne Froehlich
Principal
Hayhurst School
503-916-6300

Recent News

The Hayhurst Neighborhood School Lego Robotics team won two trophies at the regional qualifying tournament!  The Minesteins were awarded the 1st place trophy for their research project. They were also awarded the ACE trophy for demonstrating balanced performance in all judging areas and ranking in the top 50% of robot performances. The ACE award is their invitation to compete at the Oregon State Championship tournament.  Read more....

THE DREAM BIG PROJECT

This is not necessarily the playground we will install.

The Dream Big Project is a collaborative effort of Hayhurst children, parents, teachers and the surrounding community, working together to design, fund, and build an innovative, imaginative and durable playground that will replace the existing (decades-old) structure and be enjoyed by all in the community. For more information, visit our website at hayhurstdreambigproject.weebly.com

Welcome to Hayhurst!



Mrs. Anderson's 2nd grade class created this book
to help new families feel welcome in our school.
We hope you enjoy it!  Please click on the book
to begin the video.

2014-15 New Day Care Info

Due to space constraints, child care is moving off-site to Portland Jewish Academy’s center at 6651 SW Capitol Highway. Vermont Hills has been a wonderful, long-time child care provider for Hayhurst and we will miss their program. Here are some frequently asked questions about child care for next year: download the Q & A Sheet  

Important Dates

Direct Giving to Hayhurst Neighborhood School

Click here to do a direct donation to the Hayhurst Neighborhood School.

All School PTA Donation

 You can now donate directly to the Hayhurst PTA using PayPal. Proceeds benefit both the Neighborhood School and the Odyssey Program.


"Shop At Amazon, Make Money for Hayhurst!
Hayhurst PTA receives a percentage of each purchase (from 4% to 9% depending on the monthly volume and product categories). The more you spend, the more you save!"


We Have Site Licenses

https://www.ixl.com/signin/hayhurst

Hayhurst introduces IXL!  IXL is a comprehensive math practice site which is aligned to state standards. Your child can access it from home at:
Click here to connect to the Hayhurst log in window.

We have a school license for the web based version of Type to Learn 4.
Click here to download the full version client.


Hayhurst Heroes

We are excited to kick off the year again with our Hayhurst Heroes program for monitoring and acknowledging characteristics of a successful learner.  Read more...

We're a Green School!

Hayhurst received the Oregon Green School merit award in April of 2013.  Read more....

STOP Cyber Bullying

Daily Schedule

7:50 a.m. Breakfast Begins
8:00 a.m. Breakfast Ends
7:55 a.m. First Bell
8:00 a.m. Tardy Bell
11:00-12:00 p.m. K-5 Lunch
2:15 p.m. Dismissal (K-5)

PPS News

Teachers give books as gifts before holiday break

December 19, 2014
Chief Joseph third grade tacher Susanna Walker hands out books as gifts to students. Thanks to generous Portlanders who contributed to the second annual Children's Book Harvest, every student at four PPS schools received a book as a gift on the last day of classes before winter break.

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You're invited: Special Education Forum

December 18, 2014

PPS Special Education is holding a series of community forums to hear the thoughts and ideas of family, student and community stakeholders. The next forum is Jan. 21. 

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PPS What I Say: Kat Caskey, college grad

December 18, 2014
Kat Caskey’s story is one of perseverance and determination despite tall odds. [More]

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