Calling All Neighbors!
Join Portland Public Schools staff and community volunteers in enhancing and beautifying our building and grounds.
Project Community Care will be 9 a.m. to noon
Most Project Community Care activities involve landscaping, such as pulling weeds, painting and spreading bark dust.
No registration is necessary, and all ages are welcome. Tools and supplies will be provided; individuals may also bring their own.
Questions? Call 503-916-3078 or email Andre Jackson.
2015/2016 free and reduced lunch applications now available!
Peninsula Summer SUN Camp!
“Explore the Great Outdoors”
For students in grades 4-8 next school year
July 13-August 6
Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.
FREE! Includes free breakfast and lunch
Activities include sports, gardening, neighborhood excursions, field trips and lots more, along with project-based math and literacy support.
BONUS: Just for students who will be in grades 5 and 6 next year:
2-night camping opportunity! July 28-30, Free, all equipment and supplies included.
TO SIGN UP: Registration forms are available in the main office, from classroom teachers, or in the SUN office.
Please call Pam at 503-916-6274 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a registration form or for more information.
Dedicated Peninsula parents and community members have been tediously working behind the scenes with depave.org to develop a plan to remove pavement and add more trees to the playground. Early in the 2015-16 school year, the playground will receive much needed shade on the south side of the south wing. In late September 2015, volunteers will be removing sections of pavement to create tree wells along the south side. Later in the fall, trees will be planted. On the west side of the playground, we’ll be removing more pavement to connect the existing tree wells. Depave has assisted with funding the soil testing, pavement cutting and disposal, as well as serving as a community facilitator. With the help of PPS, Portland Parks & Rec; and Peninsula parents Daniel Walker, Carrie Andrews and Monika Roxburgh, this little dream project is now a reality! We’ll be looking for volunteers early in the fall to help with the pavement removal and planting.