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Seventh Grade Statistics
Friday, June 15, 2018
Recently 7th grade math and algebra classes have done a statistics project during which we thought about a question that we wanted the other students at Gilkey International Middle school to answer. As students, we were able to choose the most effective sampling method that would help alleviate any kind of bias when collecting our data. We worked in groups to collect this data and put it into a poster. Every question was different in order to allow us to understand the processes of collecting data, sampling, and graphing for statistics. There is no doubt that this knowledge will help us in the future.

FAIS Alumna Shares Passions and Experiences this Summer
Friday, June 01, 2018
Even beyond her upcoming graduation and starting college in the fall, FAIS alumna Pirrie Wright has a lot on her plate.

Summer Babysitting
Thursday, May 17, 2018
Bonjour! My name is Rachel and I'm a Gilkey alumna. I went to FAIS from preschool all the way through 8th grade, and I am now a ninth grader at Jesuit high school. I would like to offer my services as a summer babysitter. We all know how the summer slide works, especially since French is not a language that is spoken often in many homes. I can speak both in French and in English with your children and read to or with them to help them keep up with their French. I am a Red Cross certified babysitter and I am very responsible. If you have any questions or would like to hire me, please contact me. My email is You can also contact me on my cell at (971)-801-3263.

Get Things Cooking at Summerfest!
Friday, May 04, 2018
Does your student love to spend time in the kitchen whipping up something delicious? Are they always hungry, and you think they need to learn how to prepare food for themselves? Sign them up for one of our great cooking camps!

The Belle Vie Paris online store is open!
Friday, May 04, 2018
Dear FAIS parents, I am happy to welcome you in my new French online store, your resource for an iconic French style to dress your kids and your home. I have selected lovelyl styles and pieces created exclusively by French stylists and artists, produced in small series, sometimes one-of-a-kind! You can get 10% off your 1st order when signing up for the newsletter. Enjoy and feel free to contact me! insta & facebook: bellevieparis

Cedar Mill Farmers' Market Features Activities for Kids
Wednesday, May 02, 2018
Your neighborhood community farmers market is excited to bring you a season full of fresh, local, seasonal produce, flowers, plants and starts. Also, hand-crafted items from local artists and craft-persons. We have hot-food vendors and ready-to eat delicious-ness happening along with pre-packaged food items to take home. There will be music, community events, opportunities to volunteer and get involved and FUN, FUN, FUN! We have a great program happening at the market that we want you to know about: The Power of Produce (POP) Club – This program provides children fun interactive activities each with the focus on Fresh Fruit and Veggies!!! After the activity, your child will receive two purple tokens ($2 total) to purchase their own fresh fruit /vegetables. Different activity each week.

Leaving Town for the Summer?
Monday, April 16, 2018
We are a Gilkey family looking for a house to rent, ideally in inner NW or SW, for a couple of months starting mid-June. If you have plans to travel over the summer and are interested in renting your home, we'd love to chat.Please email Katherine at

Run for the Arts
Friday, April 06, 2018
On y va! Training has begun for this year's Run for the Arts, which will take place the morning of Thursday, May 3rd. Pledge forms have been distributed to the teachers and should be making their way home early next week.

Donations of Menstrual Products Appreciated
Tuesday, April 03, 2018
Hello FAIS parents! Our names are Josephine Koepping and Sofia Braun and we are eighth graders at Gilkey. As eighth graders at Gilkey, we were required to complete a project that focused on a specific topic of our choice involving the Portland community. We then decided to collect menstrual products from parents and students in our Gilkey/FAIS community and donate them to women in need. Since we became so involved in our community service project that we executed in the first semester, we have decided to continue with it. If you have any products you would like to donate, it would be greatly appreciated by us and the homeless women of Portland. please donate any products to 3-O, the Gilkey office, and we will gather them from there.

Typewriter Needed
Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Françoise's Kindergarten Class in 1A would like to use a typewriter. Do you have one without a home? Please email Françoise at Merci!

Donations for Exhibition Project
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Our fifth grade exhibition project topic is Homelessness and one of our actions is to help the residents of Hazelnut Grove. They are in need of the following donations: paper towels,toilet paper, foil, sandwich bags, garbage bags(all sizes), eggs, potatoes, pots and pans, plates, silverware, cups, medium dog halter/leashes, cat litter, coffee, creamer, sugar. We hope you will consider bringing some of these items that you may have in your home to 1L (Ryan's office) so that we can donate in April.

After School Nanny Needed
Monday, February 05, 2018
Part time nanny needed for after school transportation from school Gilkey to home in NE Portland (and occasionally to soccer or basketball practice) Mon, Tues, Wed and Thursday. Hours are 3-6pm. Pay is competitive. Starting dinner highly desired but not mandatory. Please contact me at Looking for someone that can start in March. Thank you

Home for Rent
Monday, February 05, 2018
This is a beautiful house with a beautiful view! Perched up on Murray Hill in a cozy 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom townhouse. Single wide double deep garage with opener! Comes fully loaded with all kitchen appliances, Central AC! Gas fireplace for these cold Oregon nights. Close into Progress ridge and easy access to freeways. Pets are considered. No smoking. Drive by and then call 503-526-9311 to schedule a viewing. View listing at -​Ad submitted by Aurore Molerus

Eighth Grade Community Service Projects
Friday, January 26, 2018
Eighth grade students recently completed their MYP Community Projects. These projects are an integral component of an International Baccalaureate education; students are required to plan an "action" that will have a positive impact on their communities.

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