Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

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3905 SE 91st Ave | Portland, OR 97266

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Successful Schools Survey, Jan. 20 - Feb. 28. Online at www.oregonskitchentable.org Download PDF, print and return to your school office: EnglishEspañolTiếng ViệtРусский中文 , Soomaaliga Read more. Survey for staff and 5th, 7th and 10th grade students launches Feb. 2.

Marshall Campus Closed June 2011

The Marshall Campus — which includes BizTech High School, Pauling Academy of Integrated Sciences and Renaissance Arts Academy — closed in June 2011. View information on the closure and student reassignment. If you are a Portland Public Schools student who needs to enroll in your neighborhood high school this fall, please contact the Enrollment & Transfer Center by phone, 503-916-3205, or e-mail.

The "Alliance @ Marshall Night School" is now called "Alliance @ Madison" and located at the Madison Campus.

PPS News

The Incredible Hulk inspires young readers

January 22, 2015
Lou Ferrigno shares his personal story about the importance of reading to him as a child to Verno School students. Lou Ferrigno -- body builder, trainer and the actor who portrayed The Hulk in the CBS TV series in the late 1970s and early 1980s -- visited Vernon School today to take part in the district's effort to help ensure that all students read well by the end of the third grade. 

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PIL Athletics expands Coaching Boys Into Men program

January 15, 2015
Multnomah County Commissioner Judy Shiprack, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales and PPS Superintendent Carole Smith joined PPS District Athletic Director Marshall Haskins at the announcement. After a successful pilot program last year at Franklin High School, the Portland Interscholastic League will expand to all high schools the program that aims to prevent domestic violence and sexual assault.

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Students teach fellow students for No Name-Calling Week Jan. 19-23

January 15, 2015
Skyline 4th and 5th graders made posters offering tips to younger students on how to handle bullies. Skyline K-8 School is one of a dozen Portland Public Schools taking part in the national campaign to end bullying and promote kindness among students.

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