Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Lento logoLent School K-8

Neighborhood School and
Dual Immersion (Spanish/English) School

5105 SE 97th | Portland, OR 97266
Phone: (503) 916-6322 | Fax: (503) 916-2651

The Outdoor School Program

6th Graders

Leave: Sunday 10/19 at 3pm

Return: Tuesday 10/21 at 7pm

Students will be picked up and dropped off at Lent school.

All registration forms are turned into their 6th Grade teachers.

Established in 1966, Multnomah ESD Outdoor School in Oregon is one of the longest running and most successful environmental education programs in the nation. For additional information about the program, please click here.

You will find information about:

  • Program Tour
  • Outdoor School Sites
  • How to Contact Outdoor School
  • Parent FAQ's

Upcoming Events & Reminders

October 2014
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday


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First Friday Coffee 8:45-9:30am
6 SUN Fall Term begins 7
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9 Latino Parent Meeting 6-8pm
10 NO SCHOOL-In Service Day
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15 2-Hour Late Opening
16 PTA Meeting      6-7:30pm

Garden Community Meeting             5-5:45pm

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21 Sno-Cap Food Pantry 3pm
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23 Latino Parent Meeting 6-8pm

TAG Program Info Night 6-8:45pm at Franklin HS

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27 Lent Book Fair    3-4pm

28 Lent Book Fair    3-4pm

Lent Movie Night at New Hope Church 6:30pm

29 NO SCHOOL

School Conferences 8am-8pm

Lent Book Fair 8am-7pm

30 NO SCHOOL

School Conferences 8am-8pm

Lent Book Fair 8am-7pm

31 NO SCHOOL

Parent-Teacher Conferences: Partnering to support your child

OCTOBER 29 & OCTOBER 30

8am-8pm

There is no school Wednesday 10/29, Thursday 10/30, Friday 10/31

Parent/teacher conferences are a great opportunity to meet your child's teacher, see your child's classroom and learn about how your child is doing in school. It's also a great time for you to ask questions or talk about any learning-related concerns. Creating a partnership with your child's teacher around your child's learning can make a big difference.

Parent Teacher Conference Tips. Here are some helpful tips to consider when attending parent/teacher conferences:

  • English
  • Español (Spanish)
  • Tiếng Việt (Vietnamese)
  • 中文 (Chinese)
  • Soomaaliga (Somali)
  • Русский (Russian)
  • K-5 Daily Schedule

    8:20a.m. Students admitted into building. 

    8:40a.m. First Bell

    8:45a.m. Tardy Bell

    3:00p.m. Dismissal

    Prompt pick-up is necessary for the safety of all children.

    6th, 7th, 8th Schedule

    8:20a.m. Students admitted into building.

    8:25a.m. First Bell

    8:30a.m. Tardy Bell

    3:00p.m. Dismissal

    Prompt pick-up is necessary

    for the safety of all children.

    2014-2015 Late Openings

    All PPS K-5, K-8 and middle schools will open two hours late on eight Wednesdays throughout the 2014-15 year for staff training.

    The eight Wednesdays are:

    SEP 17, 2014

    OCT 15, 2014

    DEC 17, 2014

    JAN 21, 2015

    FEB 18, 2015

    MAR 18, 2015

    APR 15, 2015

    MAY 20, 2015

    2014-2015 School Calender

    Here is the district calender for the 2014-2015 school year.

    Portland_Public_Schools_14-15.pdf

    Lent Calendar

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    PPS News

    Timber Joey surprises Peninsula students for SMART announcement

    October 20, 2014
    Timber Joey posed with students at Peninsula K-8 School during the special assembly. Timber Joey surprised Peninsula K-8 School's kindergarteners through second graders Monday, Oct. 10 as part of a special assembly to announce the Portland Timbers Community Fund's sponsorship of SMART (Start Making a Reader Today) at three Portland Public Schools. 

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    Achievement progress affirms PPS focus

    October 17, 2014

    Portland Public Schools exceeded attendance targets and nearly hit its graduation target, while falling short in third grade reading, ninth grade credits earned and the five-year high school completion rate, affirming the priorities Superintendent Carole Smith's set this fall.

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    School board declines to set achievement targets in areas measured by new state tests

    October 15, 2014
    The Portland School Board unanimously approved a PPS committee recommendation Oct. 14 that the district not set state Achievement Compact Targets for 2014-15 in areas that would be measured by the new Smarter Balanced tests until the reliability and validity of the new tests is established and districts have baseline data on this new assessment. [More]

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