General Earl Boyles Information
Immunizations are an excellent way to protect yourself and your family against many diseases. Age-appropriate immunization starts at birth and continues through adulthood, with special emphasis through age two. Senate Bill 895, passed in 2015, requires schools and child care facilities to have their immunization and exemption rates available at their main offices, on their websites, and for parents on paper or electronic format. Visit: https://www.ddouglas.k12.or.us/departments/student-services/immunization-rates/ for information on your school’s immunization rates. If you have questions, please contact:
Multnomah County’s Immi Team
Baby and and Toddler Care
Earl Boyles School has many programs for families with children 0 to 5 years old! Caregivers and young children play and learn in a beautiful classroom specially designed for infants and toddlers. If you are interested in participating in any of these great opportunities, please contact the coordinator identified for each program.
For more general information about IRCO EB SUN or our early childhood efforts, please contact Reymond Drew (503) 528-4059 or (503) 256-6554 ex. 8105. Happy learning!
PBIS at Earl Boyles!
Earl Boyles uses Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) to ensure our behavioral expectations are taught and reinforced in all common areas of the school (hallways, commons, arrival, dismissal, etc…) You’ve probably seen our PBIS posters that highlight our expectations all around our school. We have a team of administrators, teachers, and classified staff that meet twice monthly to review discipline data, problem-solve ways to continue to strengthen positive behavior school-wide, and plan school-wide rewards. At Earl Boyles, we focus on four behavioral expectations that are positvely stated and easy to remember. Be Ready, Always Try, Respect, Keep Safe- which stands for BARK!
Become a SMART® (Start Making A Reader Today) Volunteer here at Earl Boyles
We are looking for 7 volunteers to read one-on-one with our kindergarten and third-grade students for an hour on Tuesday or Thursday afternoons. Have fun with books while supporting literacy skills! Visit www.getsmartoregon.org or call 971-634-1603 for more information.
OPB’s Class of 2025 Project
Important Note About Parking
Multiple families have had their vehicles towed or nearlt towed for parking in the apartment complex lot across the street or for parking right out in front of the apartment. Please be aware that is not a public parking space and find parking elsewhere. The circles in the pictures above show where NOT to park. Please be mindful!