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The City of Portland and Portland State University are teaming up for the 22nd year to offer the Portland Traffic and Transportation class. For ten weeks, this free class gives neighborhood activists the opportunity to meet with local policymakers, political leaders and planners to gain a better understanding of the metro area’s transportation system.
Class participants also work directly with former Metro Executive Officer and current Shiels Obletz Johnsen principal Rick Gustafson on their own neighborhood transportation or livability projects. Gustafson developed the class in concert with Congressman Earl Blumenauer and is a knowledgeable leader on transportation and community development.
The class fills quickly, so fill out the scholarship application today!
Your student will arrive with a group of students, accompanied by a bilingual adult escort, and will participate in ESL classes and group activities on weekdays. Your student will arrive with his or her own medical insurance and spending money, and will share meals, traditions and daily conversations with you.
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Effective with the next school year, Sabin will no longer be offering a PreK program. We are sad to see this program go, but glad our wonderful PreK teacher, Ms. Mahon, will be staying with us to teach 1st grade. Due to changes in our Title 1 status, Sabin will also no longer be offering a free full-day kindergarten. However, we are excited to again offer three kindergarten classes. All students residing within the Sabin School enrollment boundary will be able to attend half-day kindergarten for free or pay $335 to attend full-day kindergarten. Income-based scholarship, reduced fees, and fee waivers are also available. Stop by the office at 4013 NE 18th Ave for more information and registration forms. If you haven't yet registered your child, come on in! Registration is open and registering early helps with classroom planning.