The Portsmouth Middle School Quest 8 students invite the public to attend an event at their school on Wednesday, April 17th to view their progress on their sustainable projects that aim to develop models related to making our City more sustainable by the year 2030. Please view the details below.
Coffee and Conversation with Steve and George
Wednesday, April 3 Portsmouth Middle School Library 6:30 PM
Career and Technical Education Director Finalist Forum
Portsmouth High School Library
March 28th 3:30 - 4:30, 5:30 - 6:00
Join us Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 7:00 in the Little Theater at Portsmouth High School to hear Angela Hanscom's presentation "The Decline of Play Outdoors and the Rise in Sensory Issues."
Come join us Monday, February 4 at 6:30 in the Portsmouth High School Library for a discussion about budgetary priorities in the Portsmouth School District. We'll share how the School Board goals inform our budgeting vision, as well as how district initiatives factor in to the process. We'd love to hear your thoughts on priorities for the FY20 budget and beyond. Hope to see you there.
Coffee and Conversation with Steve and George this Thursday at 6:30 PM (12/6) in the Portsmouth Middle School Library.
Topic: Competency-Based Education
What is it all about?
How does it relate to our goals?
Where is Portsmouth in this work?
What are your thoughts?
PORTSMOUTH HIGH SCHOOL CELEBRATES RED RIBBON WEEK
OCTOBER 22ND – OCTOBER 26TH
Red Ribbon Week is a week designated to acknowledge, educate and support individuals and families impacted by substance misuse and/or abuse. The observance of Red Ribbon Week began in 1985 after DEA Special Agent Enrique "Kiki" Camarena was kidnapped, and murdered by drug traffickers in Mexico.
Wednesday, October 10th is International Walk to School Day. To celebrate, three Portsmouth Schools are participating this year with their own Walk to School Day events, including:
City Officials want to remind motorists to be aware that crossing guards will be stationed at positions throughout the City in conjunction with the start of the new school season Monday, August 27, 2018. Crossing guards assist students and parents walking and biking to school. Drivers are urged to use an abundance of caution near school neighborhoods, plan travel routes away from heavy school traffic, and obey posted school speed limits, and crossing guard signals.