TTSD Community Newsletter

February 12, 2021

Dear TTSD Families,

We are ending this week with great optimism. We successfully launched our second week of Limited In-Person Instruction (LIPI). Washington County moved from the Extreme Risk category to High Risk as health metrics continue to improve, and the new guidance from state leaders will bring high school athletic competition back in the coming weeks. TTSD will continue to take full advantage of every revision to current policies and guidance that will safely allow us to welcome our students back into the classroom, onto our fields and courts, into our labs, counseling centers, auditoriums, art rooms and all. Full Message

Athletics Update and Information

New State guidance this week led to Tigard and Tualatin High Schools announcing that they will be opting out of the county risk levels in order to opt-in to the contact football season for this spring, 2021. Both schools are preparing all of the necessary precautions outlined by OSAA and OHA.

While we know for many families this brings great joy, we know other families may need additional follow up and information about the impact this opportunity will have on their families and communities. Please reach out to your coaches, athletic directors, or principals for additional information or with any potential concerns.

TuHS Athletics

THS Athletics

Although this update is specific to football, we are also hopeful that updated guidance will allow opportunities for our student-athletes involved in other contact sports, such as basketball, volleyball, and wrestling. We will keep the community informed as we receive further guidance.

Inclement Weather Updates

With the anticipated snow and icy conditions, this is a reminder to all our families that Distance Learning will continue and classes will be held as scheduled. District buildings are closed through the weekend and future updates for CDL learning or weather-related notifications will be sent through the following platforms:


TTSD Mobile app,

parent/guardian email,

TTSD website,

Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Sign-up for to receive District emergency announcements through text messages, emails and Twitter.

February Important Dates

No School for Presidents Day

Monday, February 15

No School for Teacher Training Day

Wednesday, February 24

Virtual School Board Meeting

Monday, February 22

6:30 PM

TTSD Community Work Group Meeting

Virtual Meeting

Sign up to participate

February 24

6:00 - 7:00 PM

IB Cancellation Information

The pandemic is presenting challenges for schools around the world. IB is making an effort to support students in the assessment process as much as possible. Last year, the IB external exams in May were canceled worldwide. This year, IB is offering two routes for schools to assess their student learning: an exam route and a non-exam route. IB is working hard to make both the exam route and non-exam route equitable for students. Complete Message

Black History Month

"A child reflects on the meaning of being Black in this moving and powerful anthem about a people, a culture, a history, and a legacy that lives on." Macmillan Publishers

Limited In-Person K-12 Timeline Presentation

During the February 8, 2021, School Board Meeting, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Lisa McCall and Director Amber Fields presented planning for reopening K-5, Limited In-Person Instruction Timeline, the Hybrid K-5 Schedule, and next steps.

Reopening School K-12 Timeline Presentation - PDF

Video of Reopening K-12 Timeline Presentation

Join the TTSD Community Budget Workgroup

Individuals interested in representing students, schools, and community by learning more about the fiscal operations of your school district and participating in the review, design, and recommendation of the District budget please email Traci Rose or call Lisa Burton 503-431-4098

Budget Workgroup Meetings are scheduled for the following dates

6:00 to 7:30 PM

February 24

March 17

March 10

April 7

April 14

Invitation to Participate on the Bias Incidents and Hate Speech Oversight Committee

The Committee is designed to include individuals representing teachers, parents/caregivers, administrators, and students and representing all three building levels: elementary, middle, and high school, and no fewer than half of the Committee shall be individuals who identify as members of historically marginalized and underserved communities. Applications are due by 4:00 PM February 24. More details and application.

Neighborhood Health Center Drive Up Dental and Immunization Event


Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2020: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

Tualatin High School North Parking Lot

22300 SW Boones Ferry Rd, Tualatin, OR 97062

Get your child caught up on their immunizations and receive a dental screening with fluoride! Most insurances accepted. No insurance? No problem. No one turned away. Walk-ins welcome.


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.

Frequently asked Questions About the COVID-19 Vaccine

Here are a couple of links to websites with important information and updates regarding the COVID-19 vaccine.

School Schedules and Information

Schedules and information is available on the Safe Learning web page