Officials from the Portland, Salem-Keizer and Beaverton school districts said COVID-relief dollars have boosted summer programming this year.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Summer is here and students are out of school, but some are going right back in to take part in summer programs.
This week, the gym at McDaniel High School in Northeast Portland was filled with students. They are a part of the Portland Interscholastic League (PIL) Trajectory Summer Math Program, one of the many summer programs being offered through Portland Public Schools (PPS).
“[It’s] aimed at helping kids, particularly kids of color, improve their math skills over summer,” said Marshall Haskins, senior
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