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2735 NE 82nd | Portland, OR 97220
Phone: (503) 916-5220 | Fax: (503) 916-2702

Two-hour late opening, Wednesday, April 16

Wednesday, April 16 is a two-hour late opening for most elementary, K-8 and middle schools; classes commence two hours later than usual.  The following schools are closed a full day: Chavez, George, King, Lane, Rigler, Rosa Parks, Scott, Sitton, Vernon, Whitman and Woodmere. High schools are on normal schedule and not impacted by this professional development day.

School News & Announcements

Madison High School will participate in The Oregonian's coverage of the 2014 prom season. Look for The Oregonian's photographer on prom night, watch for Madison High photos at www.oregonlive.com/prom and add your photos via Twitter and Instagram using #ORprom.


 

MULTICULTURAL

FAMILY NIGHT

THURSDAY, APRIL 17TH

5:00PM

MADISON CAFETERIA

FREE!

 *Assembly rehearsal starts at 6pm in the Auditorium

Please join us as we celebrate Madison’s diverse student body at our 3rd annual Multicultural Night.

Bring the whole family to enjoy a delicious meal that includes culturally diverse foods donated from several local restaurants.

You’ll also have the opportunity to watch students perform during their final rehearsal for the Multicultural Assembly.

You won’t want to miss any of it! We look forward to seeing you!

If you have any questions regarding this event please contact Jessica at 503-916-5220 ext. 79309.


 

COLEGIO DE PADRES

“Conectando nuestras familias, comunidades, y escuelas para un futuro brillante”

Lugar: Madison High School 2735 NE 82nd Ave., Portland, OR 97220

Salón B-18 A LAS 5:30

 

LUNES 28 DE  ABRIL  2014

Tendremos cuidado de niños!!!!

Temas:

  • Prevención del uso de sustancias controladas en el adolescente y Como evitar que los hijos se involucren en pandillas.
  • Conociendo el distrito escolar de Portland y Como dar un testimonio.

Para más información comuníquese con: Jackeline Luna Teléfono (971)533-9905 jackeline@latnet.org o Latino Network 503-283-6881

A Word From Principal Callin

PROUD TO BE A SENATOR

Senator Spotlight

Bella Trent, Madison High School poetry slam winner, talks poetry and performs a piece

 

Bella Trent, 16, won the tenth annual Madison High School poetry slam. She and Reuben Cottingham will compete in Verselandia!, the citywide poetry contest. Note: Video contains some profanity.

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PPS News

Gray MS teacher Siedel is Milken winner

April 15, 2014
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Milken Foundation Co-Founder Mike Milken surprised Robert Gray Middle School math teacher Teresa Chan Seidel with the national Milken Educator Award April 15 amid a jubilant all-school assembly. Called the "Oscar of Teaching," the award includes a $25,000 prize.

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PPS, Concordia partner on Faubion plan

April 01, 2014
Portland Public Schools, Boora Architects and Concordia University presented the master plan for a proposed Faubion PK-8 School rebuild for school board review March 31.  The Faubion rebuild and modernization of Franklin, Grant and Roosevelt high schools will be paid for with the eight-year, $482 million PPS School Building Improvement Bond. [More]

Long-time alternative school closing its doors

April 01, 2014
The Youth Employment Institute, a valued community-based alternative school that has served Portland Public Schools students for 30 years, has announced that it plans to close due to financial reasons. The school district will cover an extra month of services, placing the school’s closure date at April 30, to give time for PPS to assist the program’s 34 students in finding other schools. [More]

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