THE IVY SCHOOL
A Public Charter Montessori Elementary and Middle School in Portland, Oregon
Even though orientation was cancelled, there are still Required Registration Events this week at our new building at 5420 N Interstate Ave (map).
Registration is being held on the following three days this week.
- Monday, August 12th 10:00am – 7:00pm
- Tuesday, August 13th 9:00am – 3:00pm
- Friday, August 16th 10:00am – 2:00pm
There will be a number of forms to review and fill.
Do to technical issues with our phones, we are unable to receive calls or voicemails. We are working to correct these issues. In the meantime, the best way to reach us is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Also please be aware that we now only have one phone number 503-288-8553. The Prescott number is not in use anymore
FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL
The first week of school schedule has a staggered start. Your student begins daily school attendance on their first day of school. The dates are as follows: September 3rd all students in grades 3, 6, and 8 attend school. September 4th all students in grades 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8 attend school. September 5th all students in grades 1 and 4 attend school. Friday September 6th is NOT early release. ALL other Fridays in the 2019-2020 school year are early dismissal. September 9th all students in Kindergarten attend school. Please view The IVY Rough Guide PDF
EMPOWERING CREATIVE LEARNING IN NORTH PORTLAND
The Ivy School currently serves students from Kindergarten-8th grade in North Portland (address and map).
WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT
Ivy has found a new home at 5420 N. Interstate Avenue! It’s clear that this is the perfect place and the perfect time for the community to come together under one roof to learn, grow and thrive.
HEAR FROM IVY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, NIKKI JONES
Please mail check donations to:
The Ivy School
Attn: Capital Campaign
5420 N Interstate Ave
Portland Oregon 97217
THE LOVE OF LEARNING
Montessori curricula are intended to appeal to the child’s innate hunger for knowledge. Children learn to love learning. Traditional curricula focus on standardized test performance and grades. Children learn because it is mandatory.
Montessori curricula expand in response to the students’ needs. Traditional curricula are predetermined without regard to student needs.
In Montessori schools, “grade-levels” are flexible and determined by the child’s developmental range. In traditional schools, grade levels are more strictly defined by age within a twelve-month period.