Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Peninsula School K-8

Home of the Panthers

8125 N. Emerald | Portland, OR 97217
Phone: (503) 916-6275  |  Fax: (503) 916-2662

Wells Fargo, Trail Blazers & Wesley Matthews deliver assist of $5,000 to Peninsula

 

 
Trail Blazer guard Wesley Matthews and Wells Fargo Regional President Tracy Curtis (red jacket) present a check to representatives from Peninsula School at an event March 2nd in Portland. 

 

Clothes for the Cause

 

Town Hall Meetings

Información en español

Superintendent Carole Smith invites you to learn about the budget situation for Portland Public Schools for 2015- 16, what she plans to invest in and what the district needs from the Legislature. She invites your feedback and budget priorities before she proposes her budget to the school board March 31.

 

Come dialogue with the superintendent about the budget:

 

Town Hall Meetings with Superintendent Smith: 

·      March 12, 6pm – 7:30pm, Madison HS,
                                            2735 NE 82nd Ave.

·      March 16, 6pm – 7:30pm, Lincoln HS,
                                        1600 SW Salmon St.

After Superintendent Smith proposes her budget, the school board will hold three Town Halls to get additional feedback from parents and community members:

 

Town Hall Meetings with Portland School Board:

·      April 13 , 6pm – 7:30pm, Wilson HS,
                                    1151 SW Vermont St.

·      April 21, 6pm – 7:30pm, Franklin HS,
                                   5405 SE Woodward St.

·      April 27, 6pm – 7:30pm, Roosevelt HS,
                   6941 N. Central St. (in Spanish)

 

Child care provided. Interpretation in Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, Russian and Somali, except at Spanish-language session, where English interpretation provided.

 

More information: www.pps.net ; pubinfo@pps.net

Order a Yearbook Now!

 
Pre-orders only. Deadline: April 9th 2014
  • Cost: $6
  • Full color
  • Make checks payable to: Lifetouch
Printed order forms have already been sent home and extras are available in the Main Office, or save time and
order online! Use yearbook ID code: 11210415

Lunch Menu

 March
 

 

LANGUAGE ARTS ADOPTION: PARENT AND COMMUNITY INPUT NEEDED

The Language Arts and ELD Curriculum Adoption Committee is seeking parents and community representatives to provide input on materials being considered. Two meeting dates are scheduled: April 11 and May 16 from 9 - Noon. More information, including the application (in all supported languages), is available on the adoption website: LINK. Building administrators are encouraged to share this information with their PTA or other interested parents. The deadline to apply is March 27.

Susan Payne, Asst. Director, Instruction, Curriculum and Assessment 
x63115 spayne@pps.net

Save the Date

PTA Meeting
Tuesday, March 17th
6-7:30pm

Late Opening
Wednesday, March 18th
10am

SUN Showcase
Thursday March 19th
6-7:30pm

Spring Break
March 23rd-27th
No School

Strengthening Families
Parents & Youth ages 10-14
1st day of a 7 week class series
Thursday, April 9th
5:30-8pm

Teacher Planning Day
Friday, April 10
No School

Late Opening
Wednesday, April 15th
10am

Green School

 
Sustainability at Peninsula

Measles Information

News of a single measles case in Oregon (Lane County) has refocused attention on communicable disease. PPS wants families to know the protocols we follow in partnership with the Oregon Health Authority to keep students well. An important first step is prevention: be sure your children’s immunizations are current and that their schools have a current immunization record. The measles vaccine is the single most effective way to shield your child from this illness.

Please read this Measles Family Advisory.

Modernization of Roosevelt High School

Check out the latest information about the modernization of your future high school.

Links to the Roosevelt Bond page

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