What We Do

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The Bonny Slope Community Organization, or BSCO, is the parent-teacher organization at Bonny Slope Elementary School. As a parent or guardian of a child at Bonny Slope, you are automatically a member of the BSCO. With the goal of enhancing the educational experience of Bonny Slope students, the BSCO coordinates volunteer efforts, community events, educational enhancement and fundraising.

The BSCO was founded by parents as a non-profit organization when Bonny Slope Elementary opened in 2008. The BSCO has raised funds and organized volunteers to support many of the extras that enhance our school. 

Bonny Slope Elementary is an authorized International Baccalaureate ("IB") World School in Portland, Oregon offering the Primary Years Programme. Bonny Slope Elementary is dedicated to excellence by empowering our students with skills and attitudes to be lifelong learners,  global thinkers who are culturally sensitive, and to take action and create a better, more peaceful world.

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The Bonny Slope Community Organization, or BSCO, is the parent-teacher organization at Bonny Slope Elementary School. As a parent or guardian of a child at Bonny Slope, you are automatically a member of the BSCO. With the goal of enhancing the educational experience of Bonny Slope students, the BSCO coordinates volunteer efforts, community events, educational enhancement and fundraising.

Checklist

  1. As a parent or guardian you are automatically signed up for the School newsletter, Paw Prints.  You will also receive the BSCO newsletter in alternating weeks.  If you want to be e-mailed the moment a new story is posted, fill out the subscription box below this checklist.
  2. LIKE and FOLLOW the BSCO Facebook Page
  3. If you have an Instagram account, FOLLOW bsco_bonnyslope
  4. Fill out parent application to ensure you can volunteer and attend events at school.  Parents and guardians are not allowed to volunteer unless they complete these steps. If you can volunteer, be sure to check off interests in your Profile so you can be contacted.
  5. Check out available volunteer opportunities
  6. Attend a friendly BSCO Community Meeting to see what's happening.  Check out our calendar to find out when the next event is.

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