TuHS Weekly Newsletter June 13-16

Important information for students and families

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Happening at Tualatin High School

Monday, June 13 A Day

Math Help, rm. 166, 4-5 PM

Tuesday, June 14 B Day

Finals 7th and 8th - Regular bell schedule

Homework Club, library, 4-5:15 PM

Wednesday, June 15 A Day

Finals 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th. Regular bell schedule

Math Help, Room 166, 4-5 PM

Thursday, June 16 B Day LAST DAY OF SCHOOL

Thursday, 6/16 - B-Day

Finals in periods 5 and 6

5th: 8:55 - 10:35
break 10:35-10:55 (20 mins)

6th: 11:00 - 12:40 (

Early Release at 12:40, buses depart at 12:55 PM

A sack lunch is available for students at 12:40.

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UPCOMING COLLEGE VISITS - SIGN UP NOW THROUGH NAVIANCE! (Held in the College and Career Center.) Students must sign up via Naviance and show a print-out or photo of their Naviance registration to their teachers to leave class.

Academic IB Summer Assignments

Please click the link to check out the IB Summer Assignments

In Person Summer School - Acceleration to Graduation-

Please click the link for more information and to access the QR code to sign up

Online Summer School

Sign up for Summer School

Recover credits and get back on track for graduation!

100% online program, Self-Paced, NO Google Meets required

7 week program, Teacher available M - Th

Register HERE by July 1st

Summer School Flier - English

Summer School Flier - Spanish

Parent Information

All items in Lost and found will be donated on June 17.

All items are displayed daily during lunches in the Commons on a rack

Free and Reduced Meal Applications need to be filled out for the new school year to qualify for free meals

Your student can still qualify for free meals next school year 2022-2023 if your family household income falls below the amounts outlined in the Oregon Expanded Income Guidelines.

  • Example, a family of four with a combined household income of less than $83,250 would qualify for free meals.

The free and reduced meal application will be available in July, please check the TTSD website ttsdschools.org to apply for free meals!

If you are in need of additional food resources, please see the attached PDF below for local resources available in the Tigard-Tualatin area for food, hot meals, and more. As always, reach out to your family resource team or school office for any additional information or resources your family may be in need of.

Free TriMet Passes for High School students this summer

We have some exciting news to share with you. We have been approved to offer free bus passes for TriMet this summer.

As part of their “Get Oregon Moving program”, TriMet is providing a limited number of free transit passes for high school youth this summer!

As a partner in the pilot program, we have been provided passes to distribute to our high school students throughout TTSD. We encourage any student who is in need of summer transit or would like to take transit to summer events, education, activities, jobs, and other opportunities to take advantage of this opportunity.

If you or a student you know would be interested in receiving a bus pass, please direct them to complete this request form ASAP. We will begin distributing the passes next week!

Does your child need a sports physical? call NHC Tualatin High School-Based Health Center

Save time by getting your student’s annual checkup and sport physical together at no cost to you at the Tualatin High School SBHC.

Students without insurance won’t be turned away. If your student has private insurance, the insurance company will be billed for the appointment with parent or guardian permission. Students ages 15 and up don’t need a parent or guardian in attendance at their appointment.

At the appointment, your child will need to bring a completed sports physical form (available on our website) and their insurance information, if they have insurance.

Sign up for an appointment today! Appointments will be available during the school day from May 31 to June 17, with some evening slots available, as well.

To make an appointment or ask questions, call NHC Tualatin High School-Based Health Center at (503) 941-3180 or email us at tualatinhs@nhcoregon.org.

2022 Yearbook Purchases

The final day to order a 2022 Timberwolf Yearbook is Friday, June 3.

We will be ordering only the number that are ordered, so make sure to reserve your copy now.

The book will arrive in September 2022.
Please log in to the TTSD Online Store, your username is your student's ID number, the password is the last name of the student.

Senior Panoramic Class Picture - Did you forget to order one? It is not too late!

Late pano orders can be placed through the Dorian Studio customer support team.

They can be reached at 800-826-3535.

TuHS Erin's Law Notification

In July of 2015, the Oregon Legislature passed SB 856, also known as Erin’s Law, which requires schools to provide child sexual abuse prevention instruction for kindergarten through grade 12. - Click the button to read the details.

Important Volunteer and Visitor Information

Please read if you are planning on volunteering at Tualatin High School

Parking for 2022/23 seniors and juniors in the TuHS South Lot


Please check your student emails in the last week of August.

You will receive a Google Form to apply for a parking space in the student lot at TuHS.

The form can only be filled out with your student email

  • Upload a copy of your driver's license (students with permits will be placed on a waiting list) and insurance card as well as your car's information and license plate number.

Parking spaces will be assigned by timestamp entered on the Google Form (Seniors students will be considered first)

When you receive the confirmation email that a space has been assigned to you the parking fee will be added to your online student account and you are able to pay online before coming to school or stop by the bookkeeper's office on your first day of school.

Once paid, you are able to park in the student South Lot.

Make A Difference- Americorp - Partnerships for Student Achievement

Service Position Title: AGS1 Tutor

About Our School:

Tutoring: Some push-in, pullout, and after-school tutoring.

Extended Day: Tuesdays/Thursdays 4:00-5:30 pm

Volunteer Management:

Specialized project(s):

Training & Support: Access to instructional coaches, District Math TOSAs, monthly PD, monthly PLC meetings, and monthly department meetings.

Desired Member Attributes: Ability to self-direct case management without expensive supervision, ability to use