At Home and in the Classroom
Educator & Student SPECIALS through Multnomah County Library
- High Checkout Limits
- Themed Book Collections
- Book Sets for Long Term Novel Reading
- Specialized Websites and Lesson Plans…and more
- Homework help
- Lego Club
- Maker Labs and MORE!
Outdoor Education Lesson Planning & Gardening Resources
To compliment the grant we received in Fall of 2016, we have access to all of these lesson plans and information about gardening. This will help our students thrive with increased outdoor
Zinn Education Project
This is a great resource for kids of all ages to learn about how citizens effect the outcomes of history. This project has lesson plans for k-12 Teaching and Learning. Check it out!
Art Supplies for Projects
Get inspired at SCRAP, a non-profit, school and art supply recycling store. Art Projects and Art Supplies are expensive for both the classroom and at home. Make a trip on the Max downtown and let your imagination go crazy!
Free Computers and Discounted Internet
How to talk to your students about the risks and rewards of being online. Common Sense Media has a great set of talking points and lesson plans for Parents and Teachers who want to teach their kids how to be a safe user.
Find out how volunteering with the PTA can earn you a free desktop computer through FreeGeek by clicking here! Once you know you want a free computer, track your hours using this handy sheet. Once you have all your hours, the PTA will help you fill out the FreeGeek application. If you have any questions, PLEASE ASK US! We will help you! That is what we are here for!
Discounted Internet Access
Your family may also be eligible for reduced cost internet access. Find out more about internet access here.
Native English Speakers and Native Russian Speakers
We have a Russian Immersion Parent’s group on facebook that could use some community involvement. Go ahead and
like us. We will keep promoting events and try to get each other the right resources. If we work together, the immersion program will only get stronger.
Resources for non-English Speaking Parents through PPS
This is a great place to go for information on how to get updated information from the district as well as bus schedules, sports, meal programs and more. Sign up for text alerts and more.
Get Help Covering the Basics
PTA Clothing Center
To use the center, obtain an application from your school office. Bring the application and your student to the
center – located at Marshall HS Campus, 3905 SE 91st Avenue, Room B-60. The PTA Clothing Center is open for PPS students Monday or Thursday school days from 10:00am -1:00pm, September
through the end of April. This is considered an excused absence for your student and all users are kept confidential.
Kelly Food Pantry
Open the first and third Friday of each month from 3:30 to 5:00pm. The pantry is located in the Head Start Building, 9015 SE Rural. For more information please contact our SUN
coordinator, Reyna Martinez-Martinez at email@example.com or at 503-916-6350.
- Sponsored by Multnomah County Health Services
- If you have no insurance, the visit is free
- Kelly Students can go to the Lane Middle School location for services
- Find out if you are Eligible
- Need Help? Go to the School Based Healthcare Clinic located at Lane Middle School (see above)