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Link to the PPS 2019-2020 Calendar 

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  Do you have a child who will be 5 years old by October 15? You can now register for the 20/21 school year online, or call 874-8220. We can't wait to meet our new kinders! Please click here for details. A video explaining where to go on our PPS website is here.   

Extension Materials for Your Children

We are exited to share with you the K-5 extension materials for students to work on during the next two weeks.

The first week's theme is Nature.
For grades K - 2 click here. 
For grades 3 thru 5 click here.

The second week's theme is the Olympics.

For grades K - 2 click here.
For grades 3 thru 5 click here.

Presumpscot School's Virtual Art Show 2019/2020

An important message from Nurse Beth - Click Here

Parents/guardians: Do you have questions or concerns during the school shutdown? Portland Public Schools  has a new feature that you can use to get answers to your questions and concerns on any issue during the shutdown. Just call the HelpLine phone number at 207-874-8159 or email us in your primary language at

Great news for residents of Cumberland County who don’t have Portland Public Library cards...

You can request a free temporary e-card so you may use PPL’s online resources. Just e-mail lending@portlib.orgWith the e-card, your child can access Portland’s e-books, e-audio books, and databases including Tumblebooks story readings for children while your local libraries are closed. 


Dear Presumpscot families:

Thank you for the warm welcome. It was wonderful meeting so many of you at the BBQ and open house. I was blown away by the sense of community. The feeling was reinforced when we opened the doors, and the students arrived, excited to be back at school. Their energy, passion, and kindness filled the hallways. 


This year we welcomed many new families to the Presumpscot community. They arrived from right down the street and as far away as Angola, Democratic Republic of the Congo.  Each day I learn something new, whether it is something about a family’s history,  a word in Portuguese or a phrase in Arabic, and each time,  I am humbled. 


Academically, teachers have introduced their first expeditionary learning unit, which they will share at Curriculum Night on Tuesday, October 8 from 5:00 - 6:30. The kindergarten students will dive deep into an engineering unit that focuses on the design model, starting with play and ending with designing a cardboard robot. Very exciting! In 5th grade students are learning about their constitutional rights and responsibilities. They are applying this new content by providing feedback as Presumpscot designs a new positive behavior system. Additionally, some teachers are piloting Illustrative Math (IM), the districts new math curriculum, which is really pushing students to consider, investigate, problem solve, and apply.  

All teachers and staff are implementing social and emotional lessons during morning crew. It is wonderful to see little people evaluate how they feel using a system of colors (green, yellow, and red), and know it is okay to be in the red zone; they just need to regulate their feelings. I have heard students reference these zones at recess, playground, and at lunch. 


I have also been floored by the support of the Presumpscot Family Council. Their generosity made it possible to provide lunch for our teachers during the workshop days, which was greatly appreciated!. Additionally, they have started planning Fall Harvest Night. This will be on Friday, October 25 from 5:30 - 7:30. If you'd like to help or want more information, please reach out to Crystal Gamet via the Presumpscot Family Council FB page. 





Angie Taylor



The Truth About Climate Change According to Kids.
The Presumpscot Promise.
Links to The Presumpscot Promise in several languages can be found here.  READ MORE... about The Presumpscot Promise
Family Council Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month at 8:45 a.m. in the Welcoming Room at Presumpscot School..
What's Happening in LearningWorks?.
Stay current with the following links.  READ MORE... about What's Happening in LearningWorks?
School Handbook.
Be sure to check out our school handbook. It can be found here or under the "For Students" tab  READ MORE... about School Handbook