Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Llewellyn School

Inspire, Embrace, Grow

6301 SE 14th Ave. | Portland, OR 97202
Phone: (503) 916-6216 | Fax: (503) 916-2653

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Field Day 2016 was great
Field Day 2016 was great

Have A Great Summer and Thank you for a great year.




A Message from the Principal

This year, a total of 350 articles were submitted by 92 students!
Thank You, Ms. Collmer for your years of service. We Will miss you

The topic of many conversations in the past week has been about the Portland Public School District's situation regarding both lead and radon in local school buildings. I know that many of you have expressed concern regarding Llewellyn specifically and, I have to say, quite reasonably.

First, let me assure you that radon is not an issue in our school. We are not at risk in that regard.  We will continue to provide bottled water and oursinks and fountains will be tested over the course

of the summer. I will keep you informed of anything relevant that I learn during that time.  Please rest assured that I am very aware of the risks that lead brings to our students. I, and the entire Llewellyn faculty and staff, remain committed to the safety of our children and strive to provide the best learning environment we possibly can.  Nothing will ever change in that respect.

PPS has created the Healthy Schools webpage to centralize Frequently Asked Questions, district wide emails and other resources about lead and radon and the district's efforts to address these issues. Learn more on Healthy Schools:   http://www.pps.net/Page/4070


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PPS News

Advisory committee forwards to superintendent recommendations for district-wide structural changes

January 29, 2016

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.


PPS grad rate up 21 points in seven years

January 28, 2016
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.

Board approves 2016-2017 calendar

January 26, 2016
The Portland Public Schools board voted 6-1 tonight, January 26, to start school August 29, 2016 and end June 9, 2017.


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