PPS Chief Operating Officer C.J. Sylvester and Director of Facilities Tony Magliano report on the condition of school district buildings, talk about research on the relationship between building conditions and student achievement, and provide an overview of seismic, accessibility and related financial issues, as well as answer questions.
Welcome to the "Good Ideas" forum, where you can share ideas for supporting schools in a time of budget issues and controversy about the best ways to educate children.
There is food, there is childcare, and there are some amazing workshops.
This is a great opportunity for neighborhood and community-based organizations to build relationships with parent advocates and consider how to be more engaged with our neighborhood public schools.
The SWNI Schools Committee meets the third Thursday of every month, except June and July, at Multnomah Center, 7688 SW Capitol Hwy.
Contact: Chair Will Fuller, 503-764-5501, firstname.lastname@example.org
An educational forum on the Portland Public Schools Bond, Measure 26-121 and renewal of the Portland Public Schools Local Option Levy, Measure 26-122 on the May election ballot. Sponsored by Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.
Monthly meeting of schools committee - bringing neighbors and schools together. Action on current school-related issues like HS Redesign, funding cuts, school safety, zoning.
Monthly meeting of the SWNI Schools Committee
“Sharing Our Family Stories” is an evening of family history and storytelling to celebrate the varied lives and experiences of all people in Southwest Portland.
Displays and presentations by 8th Grade students who have researched an ancestor or relative. Get a look at local history through the eyes of students.
Displays and presentations by 8th Grade students who have researched an ancestor or relative. Get a look at local history through the eyes of students. Located in the school library.
Monthly meeting of the SWNI Schools Committee - Visiting Robert Gray to see the REACH program.
Monthly meeting of the SWNI Schools Committee - promoting communication between schools and neighborhoods.
An evening of entertainment, food and interactive participation put on by the students and parents of Robert Gray School. Community members welcome.
Smith School property is vacant again after Riverdale moved back to its new building. Grounds are being used as a park for the neighborhood. No new plans announced at this time.
The Journalism Class at Robert Gray Middle School has been working in partnership with Southwest Neighborhoods and Music Millennium are exploring the unique aspects of Portland.
The students have designed slides of what their favorite things are about Portland and are holding a contest to see which you like best.