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In addition to checking this web page for Reiche school and Portland district information we encourage our Reiche families and community members to CONNECT with the Reiche PTO Community Facebook Page to stay informed about important family news and event updates.
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Teacher Leader Notes for Reiche Families and Community Members
Reiche is partnering with Americorps and Learning Works.
We are seeking students, parents, and grandparents interested in working with Americorps.
In addition to supporting schools, students, and the local community, the benefits of AmeriCorps service include professional development, attending conferences and trainings, making lasting friendships, and earning an education award that can be used towards tuition or student loan debt. Individuals who are 55 or older when they start service can pass on that award to their children or grandchildren. The different service commitment levels also mean there are options for serving from just 5 hours a week, up to full time. Details are in the link below.
Please feel free to contact Ethan for more information: Ethan Schechter | Director | AIMS HIGH AmeriCorps Program | LearningWorks | p 207-775-0105 x139 | c 207-699-8695 |
The 2015-2016 No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) Report Card for the Howard C. Reiche Community School has been released.
Before reviewing the Report Card we encourage you to read our family announcement letter which provides insight into its meaning and purpose. Click here to link to our family letter. The Reiche Report Card is available under the "About Us" tab above or via this link.
The Portland Public School's Parent Survey continues to accept parent feedback. English and translated surveys are available at www.portlandschools.org under the "For Parents" quick link in the side bar. Thank you for participating!
The Portland Public Schools district offers seven public (and free) Pre-Kindergarten classes at six locations. Children who are 4 years old on or before October 15, 2016 are eligible to enroll.
Parents can read more about the PPS Pre-K program via this link. The English version and translations of the Pre-K application form are also available online.