SHINE Community Schools

Schools Helping Involve Neighborhoods in Education

Can we help you?

If you or someone you know is interested in Impact NW’s SHINE Community Schools, call Amy Powers, SHINE Program Manager, at (971) 238-9590 or email apowers@impactnw.org.

SHINE Program News:

SHINE Beaver Acres - Showcase 2017

Beaver Acres SHINE Students Celebrate School Year

After participating in a multitude of after-school classes during the school year, students in Impact NW's SHINE Community School program hosted a showcase of their work.

Impact Spotlight: Liz Norman

Meet Liz Norman, Impact NW SHINE Site Supervisor: "I love that Impact really embodies the philosophy of being the change you want to see in the world."
Boys conducting a science experiment

A STEM education is important for all students!

Our after-school STEM activities help provide students with learning opportunities in an extended day environment where they benefit from hands-on activities.

The end of the school day can be a difficult time for students living in poverty.

Because most low-income parents must work full-time jobs to support their family, the children are often left unsupervised after school—leaving them more vulnerable to bullying and to risky behaviors like substance use and gang activity. Many of these children leave class hungry, with no guarantee of food until the next school day.

Impact NW’s SHINE Program transforms high-poverty public schools into vibrant community centers.

We offer empowering programming to students, parents, and community members through after school and summer classes that enhance academic investment and inspire personal enrichment. Math, reading, science, technology, art, dance, sports, and social skill building classes give students the attention and support they need to be academically successful and stay invested in education. All participants have access to an after-school meal and homework support.

SHINE staff work to cultivate an environment of encouragement. We honor diversity and inclusion in our selection of class offerings, program staff, and student participants. The overwhelming majority of students qualify for free or reduced lunch and have been identified as being at-risk of academic failure; many speak English as a learned language.

SHINE Schools:

Barnes

13730 SW Walker Rd.
Beaverton, OR 97005
(503) 356-2130

SHINE Site Supervisor
Jessica Beck
(503) 407-3044
jbeck@impactnw.org

Beaver Acres

2125 SW 170th Ave.
Beaverton, OR 97006
(503) 356-2020

SHINE Site Supervisor
Matt Gross
(503) 729-4474
mgross@impactnw.org

Bonny Slope

11775 NW McDaniel Rd.
Portland, OR 97229
(503) 356-2040

SHINE Site Supervisor
Amy Powers
(971) 238-9590
apowers@impactnw.org

Kinnaman

4205 SW 193rd Ave.
Aloha, OR 97007
(503) 356-2420

SHINE Site Supervisor
Matt Chorpenning
(503) 730-8398
mchorpenning@impactnw.org

William Walker

11940 SW Lynnfield Ln.
Cedar Hills, OR 97225
(503) 356-2520

SHINE Site Supervisor
Anna Vo
(503) 522-0129
avo@impactnw.org

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