The Beginning of the End of Portland Smokepocalypse

The Beginning of the End of Portland Smokepocalypse

September 19, 2020

The evening of September seventeenth a lightning storm woke Portlanders across the city with characteri...

Cleveland's newest Principal, Jo Ann Wadkins, at Lincoln High School where she taught for fifteen years - credit PPS Admin Staff Bio

Cleveland High School Welcomes Jo Ann Wadkins as Newest Principal

June 25, 2020

Cleveland High School announced Jo Ann Wadkins as their new Principal starting in the 2020-21 school ...

Freshmen activists Charlie Abrams and Jeremy Clark pose for a picture.

Cleveland Students Take Action Against Climate Change

May 24, 2019

Thousands of kids packed in and around City Hall March 15, standing on the railings, sitting on ...

Clocker: The Self Care Locker

Clocker the self care locker

By Lena Tinker, Reporter

April 10, 2019

Self-care industries have been popping up all over America as the radical notion of self-love has swept t...

Principal’s Message: Zero Tolerance For Hate Speech

By Staff Reports

January 14, 2019

Here is the text of the letter sent out by the administration on Jan. 10. Teachers were asked to read the letter to their sixth period class, and it was also sent out to parents on eNews and posted on the school's webpage.   Students,   We, the Cleveland High School Administrative Team, are writing to express...

Period products are now available in the women's and gender neutral bathrooms

Free Period Products Come to Cleveland Bathrooms

October 26, 2018

A part of every woman’s life is her period, and coming with that time of month is the demand for pads...

Vice Principal Katy Wagner Recovering After Skiing Accident

By Lainie Pennington, Copy Editor

April 30, 2017

Vice Principal Katy Wagner is home recovering after a skiing accident in early March. On Saturday March 4, Wagner and her now fiancé Adam Ulvi were skiing on Mount Hood when Wagner fell down a 100 foot drop, severely dislocating her neck. The morning started with Wagner, who is considered an expert skier, and Ulvi trekking to the ...

Slipping through Society’s Fingers

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

March 20, 2017

Slavery: The very definition of human injustice and oppression. The enemy of freedom and basic rights. An atrocity of the past that has long been left behind. Or has it? In fact, slavery is very much alive today, taking countless forms. Child soldiers, sex trafficking, and forced labor all fit under the umbrella term “m...

PPS Protects Undocumented Students in Latest Resolution

By Sophie Weir, Reporter

December 4, 2016

PPS has long prided itself on being an all-inclusive, safe space for students of every race, gender, orientation, and religion. That’s why, on Nov. 17, its board of education unanimously passed a resolution banning Immigration Control Enforcement (ICE) officers from freely entering school grounds. This momentous vote will guaran...

Colin Stevens grapic.

A Re-vote Needed for the Revised Constitution

October 28, 2016

Students will have the opportunity to vote again on the revised Cleveland Constitution in the coming mon...

Clarion Comment on media perspectives after the Paris attacks

Clarion Comment on media perspectives after the Paris attacks

January 22, 2016

Eva Bryner: On Nov. 13, a series of terrorist attacks throughout Paris killed a total of 130 people an...

Ben Klatchko remembered through music

PYP concert of old

By Emily Diamond, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2015

Benjamin Klatchko, who passed away last May, was honored in a Portland Youth Philharmonic (PYP) concer...

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