The current Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook can be found here.
The District is collaborating with the Portland Association of Teachers to update this document to align with recent changes in State Law (SB 553).
All schools are concurrently engaged in a process of creating school specific School Climate Handbooks in collaboration with staff, students, families, and community partners to meet the unique needs of each school community.
Synergy ParentVUE is a new tool to help families stay informed about their student’s progress. Click on the logo to get more information.
Meet Our Staff
Notes from the Office
Office Hours: 8:00am–4:30pm
School Hrs K-8: 8:40am–3:00pm
Portland Public School staff members are not responsible for supervising students, property, playground, or adjacent areas of the school before or after school hours.Please do not drop your K-8 students off before 8:35 am, as there is no supervision.Pick up time for students in the afternoon is 3:00.If you need information about afterschool programs, please contact the main office at 503-916-6363.
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School News & Announcements
Hi! My name is Thi Luong, Family
Engagement Specialist. I’m working with Asian and Pacific Islander Families at
Marysville to provide individualized support, and parent group activities; with
a focus school to home, and home to school; communication and learning in the
My schedule work at Marysville is
on every Friday.
My contact number is : (503)
830 – 8219
Chào quý vị! Tên tôi là Thi Lương,
Nhân viên Hỗ trợ Gia đình Giao tiếp tiếng Việt, làm việc với các gia đình châu
Á / Thái Bình Dương tại trường Marysville nhằm hỗ trợ phụ huynh và thành lập
các hoạt động của hội phụ huynh với nhà trường, ngõ hầu phụ huynh có cơ hội
giao tiếp với nhà trường về việc học của con em mình; cũng như nhà trường có cơ
hội thông báo đến gia đình những vấn đề liên quan đến việc học của các em ở
trường và ở nhà.
Lịch trình của tôi làm việc tại
Marysville là vào mỗi thứ sáu hàng tuần.
Số điện thoại liên lạc của tôi là :
(503) 830 - 8219
Marysville featured in the February issue of Portland Monthly magazine.
Save the date!
Tuesday, February 9
Plan to eat dinner at Pizzacato 6042 SE Division and they will donate 20% of the sales to our school!
Tell your friends.
Winter SUN classes begin Monday, January 11, 2016
Marysville Winter Door Decorating Contest
May the best door win!
Winter SUN Registration forms due!
Pictures from our Fall SUN Showcase
Marysville has a kiln!
Marysville has a kiln! And now, due to the generosity of John and Barb Estoos and Thrivent Financial, we also have shelves and glaze for the kiln. An in-service was provided for all Marysville teachers at a recent staff meeting. Parents Jason Lohbeck and Ashley Grimes, provided their knowledge of working with clay with the teachers. Teachers created their own, individual projects which will be the first projects fired in the kiln. As a result of the generous gift, students will now be able to work with clay and create their own projects. Marysville thanks John, Barb, Jason and Ashley for their donations of time, knowledge and materials.
MARYSVILLE LION CUBS
WHAT:An opportunity for you to meet
other Marysville parents with young children
and enjoy developmentally appropriate
activities such as: playdough, story time,
and art projects
WHO:Marysville parents with non-school
WHEN: Thursdays: November 5,12, and 19
December 10 and 17 ( no meeting on December 3)
WHERE: Marysville Cafeteria
Led by Audrey Rozell, Marysville SUN Community School Site
Welcome Kimberly Bakken from Nike our Principal for the Day on October 15.
Marysville Staff September 2015
On Thursday, August 27 representatives from Umpqua Bank and Schoolhouse Supplies shared a new backpack and school supplies with every student at Marysville. Thank you!
Meet our new School Secretary Jennifer Freda!
MindUP Monthly Focus
Taking Mindful Action in the World
This month, Marysville students are taking mindful action in the world. Each classroom has identified a need in the community and in response they have designed a mindful service project. These projects are a chance for students to extend acts of kindness into the world around them. Acts of kindness have an intrinsic emotional reward. When we see that we have helped someone else we increase our own sense of happiness, belonging and compassion. Through this work, students begin to understand the important role we each have to play in making our own lives and our communities healthy, happy, and safe. Enjoy some videos of our projects.
Marysville School Video
Team Joy Service Project Video
For more information on MindUP at Marysville click here.
News from the Principal
You have probably heard that we are doing a new program this year entitled, MindUP!
Here is a little blurb from their website:
MindUP™ is a research-based training program for educators and children. This program is composed of 15 lessons based in neuroscience. Students learn to self-regulate behavior and mindfully engage in focused concentration required for academic success. MindUP™ lessons align with all state standards including Common Core and support improved academic performance while enhancing perspective taking, empathy and kindness as well as fostering complex problem solving skills.
In a nutshell, we are teaching students about the brain and how to be mindful and fully present to the task at hand. Given the multitasking nature of our world today, we are finding that teaching them to be mindfully focused on one thing helps them calm their brain, and therefore learn better.
Each class begins the day with 15 minutes of MindUP time. During this time you may see the lights down, soft music playing, the teacher at the door greeting the students. The students quickly come in, and will begin some sort of lesson in line with MindUp. At 9:00, the time closes often with Chime Time. Chime Time is a ringing of the chime where students close their eyes, relax their brain and get ready to learn.
We would like to involve you in this process. We are having a free parent training on February 18th at 6:00 pm. Please save the date. More information to come.
In the meantime, feel free to speak with the office or your teacher about this if you have any questions.
Our theme for February is: It's All About Attitude - Leaping for Joy
2/4, 2/11, 2/18 and 2/15 Lion's Club
2/5Family Club, 9:00am
2/5 2nd Quarter Awards Assembly
2/8 MindUP Monday Choosing Optimism
2/9 Pizzacato Night sponsored by Family Club
2/12 Mix It Up Lunch (No One Eats Alone)
2/15 Presidents' Day (No School)
2/16 MindUP Night
2/17 Immunization Exclusion Day
2/19 Breakfast Club 8:45am
2/22 MindUP Monday Appreciating Happy Experiences
2/22 - 26 Playworks Week
2/29 MindUP Monday Joy
Family Club (Parent Led)
Dear Marysville Families,
If you are interested in volunteering or would like to become more involved you can join the MarysvilleFamilyClub! There is no cost to join, and we meet on the first Friday of every month (with the exception of January). If you have any questions please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org feel free to stop by one of our monthly meetings held in the cafeteria or library just after drop off on: Sept 4, Oct 2, Nov 6, Dec 4, Jan 8, Feb 5, Mar 4, Apr 1, May 6, and June 3. Popcorn Fridays will happen again this year on the same dates as Family Club meetings. Don’t forget to bring your dollar!
***Also don't forget to save your BOX TOPS, each classroom will collect them throughout the year. Please bring them in when you get a chance. More information will come.
We are collect Box Tops and Labels for Education for our school. Please take a few minutes to see if you have any and watch for them on products you buy. Tell your family and friends, this will be an ongoing collection throughout the year. We are hoping to use these resources to help supplement the Arts program at the school.
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.
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.
Portland Public Schools recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups and their roles in society. It is the policy of the Portland Public Schools Board of Education that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups on the grounds of age, color, creed, disability, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment.
District Title VI & Title IX Contact: Greg Wolleck, HS Regional Administrator (503-916-3963)
District 504 Contact: Tammy Jackson, Director, Student Services (503-916-5460)
American Disabilities Act Contact: Human Resources (503-916-3544)
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