Portland Public Schools
Portland, Oregon

Rosa Parks School

"Children First, Learning First"

8960 N Woolsey | Portland, OR 97203
Phone: (503) 916-6250 | Fax: (503) 916-2607

Welcome to Rosa Parks

We recognize and honor the diversity, strength and character of the Rosa Parks community and expect all of our students to reach high levels of academic and personal excellence.

School News and Announcements

“Connect to Kindergarten” at Rosa Parks

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Will your child be starting Kindergarten at Rosa Parks in September 2013? Register by calling our main office at 503 916-6250 and we can help you with the process. Learn more about Kindergarten on the PPS Web site.

Rosa Parks students are excited about science...

Rosa Parks students at OMSI

Our partnership with OMSI continues to enrich our school community. Watch this short video to see how our students, staff and families are getting excited about science with hands-on projects at school.

Weekly Parent Coffee

Weekly Parent Coffee

We welcome you to the Rosa Parks' Family Resource Room on Friday mornings between 8:30 and 9:30 am to share a cup of coffee and a treat, meaningful conversations and information from our featured weekly guest speaker. Conducted by Mrs. Lovings and Mrs. Staci, the “Weekly Parent Coffee” is well attended and offers information on a wide variety of topics, including:

  • Home Ownership
  • Personal Safety Awareness
  • Raising a family
  • Substance Abuse
  • Energy Conservation Tips
  • Energy Assistance

 . . . and much, much more!

 

If it’s Friday Morning . . . it’s Weekly Parent Coffee!

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PPS News

PPS student leaders represent in D.C.

April 22, 2014

While most students took some much needed time off during Spring Break, three student members of the Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council traveled to Washington, D.C. to lobby Portland’s Congressional delegation on some of the greatest issues facing students in education today.  

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Thanks to you, art blossoming in schools

April 22, 2014

Students across PPS are painting, singing and boogying thanks to Portlanders support for the Arts Tax that is funding visual art, music or dance teachers in every K-5 or K-8 school. A display of  elementary student art runs April 23-May 1at City Hall.

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Gates, Milken and more recognize PPS students and teachers

April 22, 2014

Spring has been a banner time for PPS students and teachers - from newly minted Gates Millennium Scholars, to national recognition for Grant Magazine and two daVinci students, to our 2014 Rose Festival Princesses, to a Milken Award for a Gray teacher, a research grant for a Lincoln teacher and a spot on the LearnZillion's 2014 Dream Team for a Virtual Scholars teacher.

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