chess for success

Chess For Success

Chess for Success!   Chess for Success is much more than a recreational, after-school club. It’s an intervention and educational support, provided at no cost to families, that closes the achievement gap for economically disadvantaged and minority youth. Through learning chess, students develop high-level critical-thinking and problem-solving skills that improve self-esteem, behavior, and academic performance, including…


Safety: Smile Safe

Important Information for parents   Redeem your complimentary digital SmileSafe card. Be prepared for an emergency with a high-quality photo of your child If a child goes missing, one of the most important tools for law-enforcement authorities is a high-quality, current image of the child. The SmileSafeTM photo ID card provides exactly that.…

Health Survey – make your voice heard!

Community Survey Tell Multnomah County how we can become a healthier community! Please take 5-10 minutes to complete this survey. The results will help identify health issues that can be addressed by the community efforts of hospitals, county health departments, and coordinated care organizations (CCOs). English en Español Опрос русскоговорящего населения Khảo sát…

Division Street Map

Hearing: Division Neighborhood Street Plan (10/14, 3-4pm)

Division Neighborhood Street Plan Want to have a say in the future of the neighborhood? A Public Hearing will be held Thursday, October 15, 2-3 PM Where: Council Chambers 1221 SW 4th Ave Portland, OR 97204   What: The recommended Division-Midway Neighborhood Street Plan is available on the project webpage as a PDF.…

Nepal Coat of Arms

Help For Nepal

WOW! Lincoln Park students have raised $375 $454.54 in spare change to send to Nepal.   THANK YOU, LIONS, FOR YOUR GENEROSITY!   A special thank you to the SUN Lemonade Stand – they donated the proceeds of their first day of sales ($94!) to the relief effort.  How caring!


I’m looking forward to another year of adventure and awesomesauce!   Start practicing your school routine so you’re on time for the first day of school – and EVERY day this year ; ) – see you soon! -Ms. Snyder