Schools Info

This space is for information about schools in the Foster Road area. It’s a work in progress. We’ll be happy to add a link or contact info for any schools, parent groups or student organizations active in the area –just send them along to us. Thx!


Portland Public Schools / Foster Road area

Franklin High School (grades 9-12)

Go Quakers!

The Franklin High School PTA is all about advocacy! PTA meetings allow all parents, teachers, staff, community, and volunteers an opportunity to voice concerns and express ideas on how to make FHS a better place for all. For more information about FHS PTA contact Co-President Debra Zavala at or 503-775-2291.

You don’t need to be a PTA member to join us for the monthly meetings; we hope to see you there.


Marysville School K-8

Arleta School K-8

The Arleta Boosters meet the second Tuesday of each month at 8 a.m. and the fourth Thursday of each month at 6 p.m. Childcare will be provided for evening meetings.

Everyone is welcome to attend any time!

All meetings take place in the Arleta Living Room (next to the Library). Don’t forget to check in at the office and get your volunteer name tag. Please check in at the office or contact Kate Thomas at to sign up to be on our email list and be updated with school-related events and planning activities.

If you can’t make meetings but still want to be involved with Boosters, contact Kate Thomas at to notify her of your interest. You can still be involved!


Lent School K-8

Creston School K-8

Kelly School K-5

The number one reason to join the Kelly School Parent Teacher Association is to benefit your child. In doing so, you also help your school.

For the 2012-13 year, the meetings are the following Thursdays at 6:30pm in the cafeteria: October 11, November 8, December 13, January 10, March 14, May 9.

The Kelly PTA also has a facebook page.


Woodstock School K-5


Portland Public Schools / North of Powell

Bridger School K-8

Harrison Park School K-8

Creative Science School K-8

Our parent and family community plays a vital role at CSS. Parent involvement is key to making CSS an outstanding and vibrant place to think, learn, and play. CSS relies heavily on the energy and volunteer support of our parents, and we encourage all members of our community to get involved in some way to support our school.


Atkinson School K-5


Portland Public Schools / South of Woodstock

Lane Middle School 6-8

The Lane site council is a group of teachers, parents, school staff and students that work with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement plan and collaborate on decisions around Lane. The members of the site council are involved with Lane and our students on a day-to-day basis, teachers, parents, and other school staff, these people can make some of the best decisions for Lane Middle School.

Meetings are on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 8:00AM – 9:00AM.


Lewis School K-5

Woodmere School K-5


David Douglas School District

David Douglas High School

Get involved and support parent efforts at David Douglas High School! The DDHS Parent-Teacher-Student Association is a great way to stay connected!

For info, contact Renee Wells at 360-910-4724 or email at


Ron Russell Middle School

Alice Ott Middle School

Earl Boyles Elementary School

Parents and the Earl Boyles community play a valuable role in helping our students be successful. The Parent Club is an integral part of that process. They support teachers, students, and families. This year we find ourselves with several openings in the Booster Club due to many parents moving on with their children to middle school. We are looking for parents that would like to represent our community. Please consider joining and supporting the Earl Boyles Parent Club. We need your help! If you are interested in joining the Booster Club please give Principal Guynes a call at 503-256-6554.


Gilbert Park Elementary School


Mount Scott Learning Center

Mt. Scott Learning Center provides a safe, nurturing, and challenging alternative education program to meet the special needs of our community’s at-risk youth in grades 6 through 12.