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

Parent Information

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Fall 2016 SUN Registration is now open!

Please turn in forms by Monday, Sept. 19 in order to be a part of the class placement lottery.


Activity Guide - English
Activity Guide - Spanish

Registration Form - English
Registration Form - Spanish

Students whose forms are received after the 19th will be placed in classes if there is room.


Families will receive placement letters on Sept. 22. Classes will start TUESDAY Sept. 27. Classes are Tuesday through Friday this year. There are no Monday classes.


Any questions please contact the SUN coordinator at 503-916-6274 or email plyons@nhweb.org


Students who were receiving free or reduced-price meal benefits at the end of last school year must fill out a NEW meal application for the 2016-17 school year.  If benefits are denied when the new application is approved, families will have ten days before the change in eligibility takes effect.   Students who have NOT submitted a NEW meal application will be required to pay full price for school meals starting Tuesday, October 11, 2016. Students who did not receive free/reduced price meals last school year and apply this year, will need to pay for their meals until the meal application is processed.

Again this year, students who are eligible for reduced price meals will not be required to pay a copay for breakfast or lunch because it is being funded by the Oregon Legislature.

If you have questions regarding the free/reduced meal program, please call the Nutrition Services Meal Application Office at 503-916-3402 or email mealbenefits@pps.net . 

To apply online for Free/Reduced Price Meals:  http://www.pps.net/Page/2464

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Multnomah County Library is removing late fines for all youth library materials and on youth accounts (ages 0-17), effective June 15, 2016.
The public library is a partner to youth, parents, families and caregivers from birth through high school. Exposing children early to a world rich with words, songs and play helps them become readers and succeed in school and in life. We proudly serve youth of all ages with high-quality books, fun and captivating programs, research resources, homework help, and caring staff who offer personal assistance.
For many, late fines are a real barrier that stops children and families from using and benefiting from the resources the public library offers. With the support of the Multnomah County Library District Board, our library is changing this practice. All existing late fines on youth accounts and materials will be removed as of June 15, 2016.
Patrons of all ages will still be responsible for returning library material for others to use or be charged the replacement value of that item.
~A message from Director of Libraries Vailey Oehlke
  • No overdue fines will be charged on any youth materials, including those checked out on educator library cards.
  • No overdue fines will be charged on youth or adult materials checked out on cards belonging to patrons ages 0-17.
  • Patrons ages 0-17 will not be referred to a collection agency.
  • There will still be a replacement charge for all lost materials over 28 days past due. However, if the materials are returned, then no fines will be charged. 
  • By June 15, 2016, all previous fines on youth accounts and youth materials will be deleted.

 If your child qualifies for free and reduced lunch, you may also qualify for low cost internet.

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Save the Date

Thursday, September 15th
Back to School Night
Including Principal's
State of the School Address

Wednesday, September 21st
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Modernization of Roosevelt High School

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Links to the Roosevelt Bond page