TTSD Community Newsletter
April 16, 2021
Happy Friday! Today I spent the day visiting our middle and high schools. Teacher and staff excitement was evident as I walked through carefully prepared classrooms ready to welcome incoming hybrid students on Monday as well as continue to support our online students. My thanks to our administrators, teachers and teaching staff, office staff, coaches, food service, and, of course, our custodians -- the buildings are shining and ready to go.
As our families prepare to send students back into our buildings, a couple of important reminders:
- Please create a morning practice of checking your student for health symptoms and keep them home if they have any signs of illness. You can find our home check guidance here.
- Please make sure your school office has your current contact information.
- Watch for information coming from your principal and your school newsletter. There’s a lot of information being shared right now. If the information you are looking for is not included in these communications, please reach out to your school principal or office.
Your feedback is valuable in this process. Please take a moment to participate in this survey and share your thoughts regarding online learning for your child.
Middle School Two-Way Immersion Program (TWI)
What is TWI?
Two-Way Immersion. “Two-Way” means that students in the program come from both native English speaking and native Spanish-speaking homes. They spend about 50% of their school day learning in each language. More information and details
Also, join us for the TWI Virtual Information Night
Wednesday, April 28
5:30 to 6:30 PM
TTSD Library Information
Additionally, there are some great resources available on the 121 District Library website. Check out the online audio and video options as well as tools and applications for learning.
Special Fundraiser for Packed with Pride
Return to Hybrid Presentations
Return to school guidance and school Schedules are also available on the Safe Learning Website
CARE-ING FOR OUR COMMUNITY
Please consider donating.The TTSD Family Resource Center is fundraising for childcare Scholarships for the members of our community that have been hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic. More details HERE and attached below.
Contact 503-603-1588 or email Catherine West firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
End of the grading period
Secondary return to Hybrid learning
No School - Teacher Work Day
6:00 Community Budget Workgroup #4 -Streamed on Youtube
6:00 PM TAG Parent Community Meeting
link to join Zoom Webinar: https://zoom.us/j/98360205201
6:30 School Board Meeting - Streamed on Youtube
6:00 PM Templeton & Twality Campus Presentation: Zoom Webinar https://zoom.us/j/99463640504
6:30 PM Family Affinity Connection Series: Families of LGBTQ2SIA+ Students Google Meet: https://bit.ly/3e3kXWM
No School - Teacher Professional Development
Meal Service Update
Beginning April 19 for Secondary Schools
Students will pick up a grab and go lunch at a specified time to be eaten in a cohort and socially distanced location.
Families that selected a school lunch during the enrollment process will have lunch available for their students to pick up.
If you did not sign your student up for a lunch but would like one, please contact the school office.
Middle and High school students will have a next-day breakfast available for pick up at the end of the school day.
April 21 and 28 No School
School meals will be available at grab and go meal sites from 11:30 to 12:30 and
- Tualatin High school
Current Grab and Go meal sites for community and siblings of hybrid students:
11:30 to 12:30 at
- Tualatin High School
Meals also available on Bus Meal Routes
Is your child or family struggling with mental health or wellbeing?
They are available for consultation, student check-in's, or referral to outside services. Contact your school office to be connected to the school Counselor or Family Partnership Advocate.
Schedules and information is available on the Safe Learning web page