PTSA Special Event
The Winterhaven PTSA invites you to a screening and panel discussion of:
Black Girl in Suburbia
A documentary by Melissa Lowery
After the movie, stay for the panel discussion about the Value and Importance of Discussing Race with Children
Panelists include: Melissa Lowery, Movie Director (on the current cover of 1859 Magazine), and Dyan Watson, Assistant Professor of Education at Lewis and Clark College
When: October 15, 2015 at 6:30 pm in the Winterhaven School Auditorium, 3830 SE 14th Ave., Portland, OR. (The school is located just NW of the MAX Orange Line, 17th and Holgate Station).
Welcome to Winterhaven!
- Wednesday, October 14 - Late Opening - School starts at 10:45 am
- Wednesday, October 21-Friday, October 23 - Conferences - No School
- Friday, October 30 - Teacher Planning Day - No School
- Monday, November 2-Friday, November 6 - Spirit Week
- Friday, November 6 - Middle School Dance - 6 pm to 8 pm
- Wednesday, November 11 - Veteran's Day - No School
- Thursday, November 26-Friday, November 27 - Thanksgiving Break - No School
- Monday, December 7-Friday, December 11 - Book Fair
- Wednesday, December 16 - Late Opening - School starts at 10:45 am
- Monday, December 21-Friday, January 1 - Winter Break - No School
- Monday, January 4 - School resumes
- Tuesday, January 5, Wednesday, January 6, and Thursday, January 7 - PTSA Variety Show auditions - 3 pm to 5 pm
- Wednesday, January 13 - PTSA Variety Show rehearsal - 3 pm to 5 pm
- Thursday, January 14 - PTSA Variety Show - 6 pm to 8 pm
Welcome to Winterhaven! Winterhaven is a Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts and Math (STEAM) focus option school. We have a diverse learning environment in which its members are committed to meeting the educational, social, emotional and physical needs of all students in accordance with current practices, regardless of background or ability. This environment will stress academic excellence in a context of cultural enrichment and competency as well as community involvement. All stakeholders - students, staff and community - will feel valued and involved in the learning process.
Mark Sandilands, Principal