Arthur Academy Public Charter School

Arthur Academy Public Charter School
Arthur Academy Public Charter School is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Portland, Oregon. Displayed below are the social networks for Arthur Academy Public Charter School which include a Facebook page, a Linkedin company page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Arthur Academy Public Charter School on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 75.

Contact information for Arthur Academy Public Charter School is:
13717 SE Division St
Portland, OR 97236
(503) 252-3753

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Arthur Academy Public Charter School has an overall ZapScore of 75. This means that Arthur Academy Public Charter School has a higher ZapScore than 75% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Portland, Oregon is 37 and in the category is 48. Learn more about ZapScore.

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S.P.A.C.E Camp is a unique summer program giving PPS and David Douglas students some hands on skills. The two-week high school camp is an opportunity for young carpenters to explore what it feels like to work in the trades, learn about apprenticeships, and have the opportunity to hammer, measure and build stuff. PPS & David Douglas received a two-year ODE Summer CTE grant to offer this special opportunity for students.

Today the PPS outreach team is stationed at the Mt. Tabor park amphitheater for a concert in the park featuring The Seventh Seal, a Caribbean reggae group from Bim Barbados! The music will begin at 6:30 and go until around 8. As always we have district information, stickers, temporary tattoos, word searches and prizes. Hope to see you here!

Portland Public Schools shared PSU Global Diversity and Inclusion's post.
"As a high school freshman, Tenzin Dugda knew this much about college: his parents, who had immigrated from Tibet, couldn’t afford it. Now in his fourth year of intensive tutoring, rigorous summer schooling, and career coaching from PSU’s Upward Bound program, Tenzin has a 3.6 grade-point average and will be applying to Oregon colleges this fall."
At Portland State University, Upward Bound connects 108 students from three Portland Public high schools to year-round tutoring, one-on-one academic advising, and assistance with college admissions and financial aid forms. Students attend a six-week summer session on the PSU campus with language arts, math, science, and elective courses. More than 1,000 low-income students have developed the skills they need to succeed as first-generation college students since PSU began offering the federally funded Upward Bound program in the 1980s. To learn more visit: #PSUDiversity
PSU college-prep program inspires high school students

RT @OPBTOL: Listen to the full interview with @PPSConnect board chair Julia Brim-Edwards:…

Lincoln High School student Ellie Kobak is a finalist in a national competition that recognizes outstanding people…

RT @OPBTOL: When will Portland Public Schools have a new superintendent? Listen to board chair Julia Brim-Edwards:

Lincoln High School student Ellie Kobak is a finalist in a national competition recognizing outstanding people with hearing loss. Ellie volunteers as a tutor for AVID, a global nonprofit organization for struggling students, mentors incoming freshman at LHS and is a member of the National Honors Society. In recognition of her leadership, Ellie’s classmates recently elected her senior class treasurer. Ellie has been a varsity athlete in Track & Field and Cross Country since her freshman year. Ellie also offers inspirational advice to parents of young deaf and hearing-impaired children when she openly shares her own experiences of hearing loss at Columbia Regional, an Oregon Department of Education program that funds special education services for students with select disabilities. When the State of Oregon cut Columbia Regional’s funding for audiology services, Ellie testified before the Senate Appropriations Committee to argue for restored funding. You can vote for Ellie here:

This afternoon, Board Chair Brim-Edwards shared an update on the Superintendent search. Last week, seven candidates were interviewed from a pool of 40 educational leaders recommended by the community. The Board will conduct the next round of interviews with a smaller group of candidates over the next three weeks.
The community, board and search firm recommended more than 40 educational leaders for consideration. The search firm and the Board reviewed the prospects and candidates and the Board selected a diverse group with deep educational experience to interview. They included individuals from within and out...

In the next 3 weeks, the Board will be interviewing a small group of candidates for the Superintendent position:

The new PPS Board held its first regular meeting Tuesday to discuss the search for a permanent superintendent: