Thanks to Spirit Mountain Community Fund for their ongoing support of Reading Results and for presenting us with a check at an OSU Men’s Basketball game last week – Go Beavers!
Pictured (left to right): Spirit Mountain Community Fund Trustee Toby McClary, Reading Results Board of Directors Co-chair Shawn Engelberg, Spirit Mountain Community Fund Director Kathleen George, and The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Tribal Council Member Denise Harvey.
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We’ve been hard at work with our partners Portland Public Schools, SMART, Multnomah County Library, Multnomah County SUN Service System, The Children’s Book Bank, The Shadow Project, Portland 80%ers for Educational Excellence and the Portland Trail Blazers to launch an unprecedented system of wrap-around reading supports for students in five PPS Title I schools.
We’re proud to be a leader in this effort, working to ensure that every child reads and succeeds. Like PPS Supt. Carole Smith said, “Every student can read. All of us can help.”
Thanks to The Oregonian for the coverage – and to Trail Blazer Robin Lopez for being the face of the project!
Thanks to everyone who’s helped us get this school year off to a great start!
This year, we’re happy to serve students at:
PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Capitol Hill Elementary School
Chapman Elementary School
Harrison Park School
Sitton Elementary School
Whitman Elementary School
REYNOLDS SCHOOL DISTRICT
Alder Elementary School
Davis Elementary School
Glenfair Elementary School
DAVID DOUGLAS SCHOOL DISTRICT
Earl Boyles Elementary School (summer program)
Thanks to everyone who supported the
Green on Green Garden Tour in September!
Sprout Sponsor: Seed Sponsor:
Gavin Shettler, Realtor at Tom Barreto at
Reading Results is proud to be a part of the All Hands Raised Partnership, aligning our community to help all kids achieve their full potential. Check out Chapter 01 of this work here and learn more about our community’s effort to improve educational outcomes for children and youth throughout Multnomah County.
To better reflect our commitment to ensuring all children get a fair chance to read and succeed – Portland Reading Foundation has become Reading Results.