TTSD Community Newsletter

April 9, 2021

Good afternoon, TTSD Community,

As we close out another week for our elementary in-person instruction, I would like to start with gratitude to our families. I have heard from our principals, walking the buildings to see firsthand how well and how fast our youngest students are adapting to their new school environments. We recognize the support they are getting at home and we send our sincere thanks to you, our parents and guardians, who are working in partnership with your schools to help our students be successful.

Read full message including the following updates:

  • Secondary return to school
  • Summer School
  • Fall 2021 classes
  • 2021-2022 School Year Calendar
  • Meeting with Superintendent

Sports and Activities Updates

OSAA K-12 School Sports Guidance

March 29 Memo to Schools

OSAA Updated FAQ

Please watch for updated information from your schools on upcoming sports and activities.

Return to Hybrid Presentations

Secondary Schools Hybrid Learning will begin April 19. You can view details for each school in the following Youtube videos.


During next week's Tualatin Together Lunch and Learn you can hear more about the QPR program and how to recognize when someone is experiencing thoughts of suicide and what you can do to help.

April 14
11:45 AM to 1:00 PM

Register Here

30 person limit


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 for more information.

Graduation Information

Creekside Community High School - Friday, June 11

Tualatin High School - Saturday, June 12, 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM - South Parking Lot

Tigard High School - Saturday, June 12, 4:00 PM

Important Dates

April 12

6:30 School Board Meeting - Streamed on Youtube

April 13
Tigard High School Two Way Immersion Program Presentation

April 15 and 16

No school for secondary schools to prepare for reopening

April 16
End of the grading period

April 19
Secondary return to Hybrid learning

April 21
No School - Teacher Work Day

6:00 Community Budget Workgroup #4 -Streamed on Youtube

April 22
TAG Parent Community Meeting 6:00 - 7:00

April 26

6:30 School Board Meeting - Streamed on Youtube

April 28

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

meal bus routes

  • Fowler
  • Twality
  • Tualatin High school

Current Grab and Go meal sites for community and siblings of hybrid students:

11:30 to 12:30 at

  • Fowler
  • Twality
  • Tualatin High School

Meals also available on Bus Meal Routes

Home Base Screening Symptom Guidelines

As we return to school buildings take a moment to become familiar with the Home Based Daily Symptom Screening Protocol. The Exclusion Guidelines provide additional information for determining when ill staff or students can return to school.

Enroll for Kindergarten 2021-2022 NOW

If your student will be 5 years old on or before September 1, 2021 please go to the Kindergarten Enrollment page to find your school and complete the online enrollment process. Contact your school if you have questions or need assistance.

Is your child or family struggling with mental health or wellbeing?

Your school counselors can help.

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.

Return to Learning Frequently Asked Questions

As we receive questions regarding the reopening schools planning, we will continue to add these questions and answers to the Reopening Schools FAQ. The link can be found on the website.
School Schedules and Information

Schedules and information is available on the Safe Learning web page