Welcome to Sixth Grade!
Greetings From Your Principal
Welcome to Sixth Grade
We are so excited to welcome you to 6th grade. The counselors and the 6th-grade teachers have prepared a very engaging day for 6th graders for their first day on September 2nd, 2020. Students will have the opportunity to engage with the school administrators, the counseling team, their teachers, and our student leaders..W.E.B. Leaders. W.E.B. Stands for, Where Everyone Belongs.
We will begin the day with a Welcome Assembly. Click on this link for the agenda details.
All students have a google account that has been created for them as middle school students. Here is a video link that shows how to join a meeting with the meeting code.
The district has invited all families to visit pps.net/fall2020 to access a full set of orientation videos and other resources, translated into our district-supported languages, to help you better understand the learning platforms students and teachers will use this fall. You will also find information on how to log on to the platforms, how to connect to the internet, and other helpful tips.
If you or your student is still struggling with any of the aspects of learning technology, we hope you will call the PPS Technology Help Desk, which is open from 7:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. on school days. We will answer your questions and share information and helpful tips about anything related to distance learning technology. The Technology Help Desk is available in all PPS-supported languages. Email email@example.com or call us:
- English: 503-916-3375
- Español: 503-916-3582
- Tiếng Việt: 503-916-3584
- Soomaali: 503-916-3586
- Русский: 503-916-3583
We look forward to seeing you all on September 2nd! Welcome to Beaumont!
Harriette Vimegnon, Principal
Robbie Davis, Assistant Principal
Google Meet Norms
Google Meet Social Norms
This document is intended to be a suggested starting point for setting online classroom norms. Teachers and students should review and adjust the norms as appropriate for their purposes as a learning community.
Keep your microphone muted unless you are speaking.
Each student is in charge of their own microphone.
Use the chat area to let your teacher know that you want to talk or for messages that are on-topic for the discussion.
Prioritize your time during the class and avoid multitasking.
Take turns and do not interrupt others when speaking.
If you turn off your video during calls for privacy for your household, be sure that your profile picture is school appropriate.
You may use headphones if you have them, but they are not required.