Weekly Bulletin

November 30 ~ December 4

Schedule by Day

Monday, November 30

Tuesday, December 1

Wednesday, December 2

Advisory - 10 - 10:30

Thursday, December 3

Friday, December 4

PSO News

THS PSO urgently needs new Board Members * Vice President & Secretary.

The THS PSO helps teachers and students with needs that the district is unable to assist with. Meetings are held at 4PM on the second Wednesday of the month.

Or become a committee chair/co-chair. Time commitment will likely be low this school year as we comply with the changing pandemic-related restrictions.

If interested or if you have questions, please email Cheryl Payne at thspsotreasurer@gmail.com.

THS PSO Website

Washington Square Thankful Wall ~ Check it out!

"A lot to Be Thankful for in Tigard" at Washington Square Mall.2nd floor Food Court. (Messages too small to ready)

2nd Quarter Reminders

Welcome to 2nd Quarter! Please remember your attendance and engagement is crucial to your success in each of your classes. When absent, please don’t forget to call the attendance line 503.431.5430 and check in with your teachers to set up a plan so you don’t fall behind. With Thanksgiving and Winter breaks being this quarter, the end of this grading period will be here soon and you’ll have a new schedule. Let’s finish this semester strong - we know you can!

AVID ComminiCare News ~

Hi Tigers!

AVID 10 class of 2023 students are working with CommuniCare to make a difference in our community and provide grants to selected non-profits. We are inviting nonprofits who help Refugees and Immigrants with legal advocacy, housing services, as well as, educational and career opportunities in Washington County and the Portland Metro Area. As a class, we have researched many nonprofits and found eight amazing organizations that fit our criteria and will be inviting them to apply this week. In December, we will start reviewing applications, interviewing, and then deciding on which nonprofits to donate to. This grantmaking process has opened our eyes to see there are many ways to help within our community. We are so excited to continue this process as we receive applications and begin the interviewing process in the next months. It means a lot to us that our hard work will impact people in need during these times! We would like to help to ensure they have an equal opportunity to succeed and live happily in America; we strive to provide a fair, welcoming, and equitable community for all immigrants and refugees!

Ms. Madio's 4th period AVID  class will be donating up to $10,000 in grants to non profit organizations in teh Washington county area and Portland Metro area. The money wil go toward helping immigrants and refugees in our community. We believe in equitable and better future for those in need. We the AID class of 2023 are working to creat a better future! The AVID 10 class has the amazing opportunity to donate $10,000 to organizations tht can help people in need! Especially now in time of pandemic. AVID seal and image of Tigard Tiger

Shout Outs!

We will be taking an opportunity each month to recognize some of our amazing students who have been given a "Shout-Out" by a THS staff member. Students can be recognized in a variety of categories. Take a look at our first group below:

November "Shout-Out" Students


Ethan Atkinson

Lelund Bankhardt

Allison Johnson


Xochitl Gomez Gonzalez

Victor Hernandez-Alvarado


Lucy Vitali


Lily Bowmen


Jose Magana Pardo


Seth Couteau


Muirgheal Baker

Cody Bonn

Mia Dodson

Abigail McNatt

Jesus Weldon Pineda


Jayden Carrada

Pablo Lainez

Abigail McNatt

Grace O'Neil

Carlos Patino

Cole Romanelli

Devina Shrestha

Jesus Weldon-Pineda

Kira Wood

Patience Worrell


Brian Sanchez


Meileen Arroyo

Brian Box

Stella Brown

Ashanti Chofat

Max Farquhar

Adan Gonzales Juarez

Lakyn Reed

Lesly Sanchez Rosas

Sydney Wolf

Mark Your Calendars!

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