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THS Students and Families,

I wanted to take a quick moment to welcome you all back to the 2020-2021 school year. Know that we are working diligently to create a robust and engaging learning environment for your student(s). We will work on being as streamlined as possible, as we know information overload can be stressful! While we might not be back in person, we are excited to embark on a new year with you all and look forward to seeing your student(s) soon!

As always, thank you for all you do, your patience, and grace as we navigate this ever-changing landscape.

Hope you are well,

Christy Hartford | Principal

Meet Our New ELD Teacher

Tania Flores

My name is Tania Flores Segundo. I am the eldest of 4 and I was the first person in my family to graduate from a university. I was born and raised in a rural town in Nayarit Mexico for the first 12 years of my life. My family immigrated from Mexico to chase the American dream. I have been living in Tillamook County ever since. I started to learn English in 7th grade and became fluent by the 12th grade. I became a teen parent at 17 years old, and graduated through the teen parent program. Today I am a proud mother of an 11-year-old son who is amazing and my number one motivation to continue to be the best version of myself.

I decided to become a teacher because my teachers encouraged me to push myself to be more, to chase my dreams and with diligence and perseverance I was able to accomplish many of my goals. My dream to become a teacher was fueled by knowing the power that teachers have in helping students like me. Initially, I wanted to become a high school teacher because that is where I have struggled the most in life and when I needed someone the most, but I obtained my first teaching job four years ago at Liberty Elementary in a kinder/first grade Dual Language class, and I loved it. I loved teaching my young kids the power of becoming biliterate and the value it has. This year I have obtained a master’s in education. I did it because I wanted to have more knowledge about effective ways to teach and improve my skills as an educator with the goal to become a leader in my school community. This year I am achieving my dream of working with teenagers, and I am very excited to work with them because I know the positive impact teachers have on their students. I want my students to see me and think, I can too achieve my dreams. I want to be there for my students as someone they can count on and I look forward to the experience and the connections I will make with them at the high school.

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TSD9 Parent Webinar

Thursday, Sep. 17th, 6pm

This is an online event.

Join us virtually to learn what to expect from the upcoming school year. Kara Rhodes, Director of Virtual Instruction will be hosting

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THS Families,

I have been profoundly impacted by the way this community comes together during difficult times. As I watch fire crews and our public utility department working tirelessly to save homes, property and restore power, I am reminded of how we make it through the most challenging times we face: You put one foot in front of the other and you start doing something. You don’t complain and worry, you make small efforts in productive directions and invite others to join in your efforts. This is how I feel as we move forward this school year and we are not making excuses or sitting back to see what will happens we’re pushing forward. Our teachers have also been working diligently to prepare high quality engaging instruction during comprehensive distance instruction. We are focused and ready to take care of what is most important, our students. Our focus is to serve your children, if there is anything we can do to enhance this experience for your child please reach out and let us know.

Go Mooks,

Jesse Johnson

Assistant Principal

Welcome back to the 2020-2021 school year. Even though things look different our goal here at T.H.S has not changed. Our teachers are working hard to provide you with quality learning opportunities to help you become successful as you continue your educational journey. The staff and I are excited to connect with you virtually and are overly excited to connect in person as we work through these difficult times. We will play again! The athletic department looks forward to the return of extracurricular activities in the near future.

Stay safe and see you soon.

Lonnie Eggert/Dean/Athletic Director

Students Picking Up Handbooks and Chromebook's

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Breakfast and Lunches

Breakfast and lunch will be provided to all students 18 and under. Meals will be offered at student bus stops. Times will be similar to last spring. For more information on stops and times call Chrissy Dixon at 503-842-2601

Troubadours Camping Expedition

In late July, a group of 5 students and 2 leaders embarked on a 16 hour car trip to Yellowstone National Park for our Troubadours Camping Expedition. Wearing masks in a van brought us closer together, and we shared some unforgettable moments: obsidian hunting, bear watching, searching for the hot springs of eternal youth, and practicing our modern rendition of Bohemian Rhapsody on late night drives back to camp. We saw beavers, fox, black bear, grizzly bears, bison, elk, and mountain goats.
Yellowstone Trip 2020

Tooth Taxi

Monday, Sep. 21st, 12am to Friday, Sep. 25th, 12am

3906 Alder Lane

Tillamook, OR

To make an appointment please call us at 503-329-8877.

The Tooth Taxi is staffed by dental professionals and offers a range of dental services

including cleanings, sealants, fillings and extractions for FREE.

If you or your child are experiencing a mental health emergency

Call 911

Visit Nearest Emergency Room

Tillamook County Crisis line at (800) 962-2851

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (800) 273-8255

Your life matters. Su vida importa.