• Informational Guidelines 2021-2022

    Take a moment to view these forms if you have any questions of what to do when your student is not feeling well.

    If there is additional question feel free to contact the main office at 503.431.4850

    Symptoms Guildelines

    When can my Child Return to School?

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  • 2021-2022 Bus Schedule

    There is a link below to see the changes that have been done to the bus routes. There has been three bus stops from Route 28 moved to Route 29. Route 28 stops were moved 3-4minutes earlier.

    This may cause more wait time for pick up/drop off. We appreciate all our families being patient this school year. If you have any questions regarding bus routes, you may contact the main office at 503.431.4850

    Thank you

    UPDATED 2021-2022 Bus Routes



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  • Packed with Pride Update

    The Foundation for Tigard-Tualatin Schools is excited to announce that Packed with Pride's food support program is now an official program that is in partnership with the Tigard-Tualatin School District. PWP will operate throughout the year, offering food items to Tigard-Tualatin School District students and their families, and to the community. Food boxes are available every other Wednesday, 5:30-7:30 pm in the Tigard High School parking lot shared with the swim center. Interested district families should connect with their school to register, in order for PWP to create enough boxes. Boxes are designed to provide groceries for a two-week period.

    Volunteers are needed and appreciated. Help is needed to:

    * unload and stock food items

    * pick up donations from our grocery store

    Email to be included in our weekly email about volunteer opportunities. Thank you in advance for your helping hands.

    Foundation for Tigard Tualatin Schools Looking for Board Members

    Have a passion for helping all of our district schools? Chat with us about board openings to support our mission of working with the community to help fund learning options for our amazing students. We have a number of ways to get involved and are especially in search of a marketing person, and a digital communications person. Email: or

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  • COVID Screening Update

    Neighborhood Health Center
    COVID Testing PCR kits are available for symptomatic students and children under age 5 through the Neighborhood School-Based Health Center on the Tualatin High School Campus. Contact the clinic to make an appointment. Monday to Friday 503-941-3180

    Beginning November 4, 2021 Vaccines against COVID & the flu will be offered on Thursdays 9-11:40 AM

    • Regardless of insurance status
    • All TTSD kids, ages 12 & up for COVID vaccine
    • TTSD kids 6 months of age up to age 18 yrs for seasonal flu vaccines
    • Schedule on Thursdays will only be available for Vaccines
    • Will also continue to offer these vaccines, as well as all childhood immunizations on all other days

    Virginia Garcia Health Clinic

    The Virgina Garcia Health Clinic at Tigard High School does not have testing kits available at this time. Families can receive a test at any Virginia Garcia primary care clinic.


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  • Supporting Templeton!

    Interested in purchasing Templeton socks? Below is a link where you can find more information.




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  • 5th Grade Governor

    Families with 5th Graders: Enter to be Oregon's Kid Governor

    Oregon’s Kid Governor® program (ORKG) is a statewide civics program for 5th graders supported through Oregon Secretary of State’s office. Timed to coincide with Election Day in November, every school and home school in Oregon is eligible to enter one 5th grader to run in a statewide election that other 5th graders will vote in. Classrooms can vote in the election, nominate a classmate to run for office or do both! Oregon’s Kid Governor nominees work with their classmates to create a campaign video about why they want to be Kid Governor, their leadership skills, a community issue they want to address, and a 3-point plan that will help 5th graders across Oregon make a difference in their communities.

    Now entering its fifth year, ORKG continues to be an outstanding opportunity for developing leadership skills as students are immersed in a meaningful civics experience. There is no cost, and the program provides a full classroom curriculum and information for parents whose students choose to run. Students gain valuable knowledge of our state government, how to take action through civic participation, and how people of all ages can choose to participate in our democratic society.

    Click here to register!

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  • Strengthening Families


    A free class designed specifically for parents and caregivers with their 10 - 14 year old child/adolescent

    When: Every Tuesday from October 23 to December 1.

    Join via Zoom: 6:30-8:30 pm (parents/caregivers from 6:30-7:30 pm and child/adolescent from 7:30-8:30 pm)

    You will need the following:

    • An electronic device that can run Zoom
    • An email address you can check weekly
    • A commitment to fulfill the assigned activities and have a personal check-in with the facilitator (by phone) each week in between Zoom sessions
    • Parents and Youth both attend each of the sessions earning incentives which will be awarded for participation in 6 of the 7 Zoom sessions

    Parents/Caregivers: Practice strategies that help you to effectively parent young teens. Youth: Learn positive ways that you can handle stress, anger, and peer pressure. To register for this free class, please contact: Angelica Cruz 503-887-9149This program is coordinated by Lifeworks NW and funded by Parenting Together 


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  • Welcome to the Volunteer!

    We love our volunteers and want you to be informed. Even though voluneers are not allowed in the building quite yet, it is never a bad idea to be prepared for when volunteers are back.

    Watch this site for answers to questions you may have regarding volunteering.

    Any community member or parent volunteer, must fill out a Volunteer application which includes a background check and completion of a confidentiality and volunteer expectation statement.  This can be found by logging into



    Please provide vaccine documentation using the following link-
    TTSD Volunteer Vaccination Documentation


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  • Tigard Mayor Jason Snider wants to know..."If I were Mayor, I would..."

    Tigard students, Mayor Snider and the Oregon Mayors Association invite you to enter the 2021 “If I Were Mayor, I Would… contest. Share your creative ideas about what you would do as Tigard’s mayor. Awards will be given out and students will be recognized at the May 25, 2021 Tigard City Council meeting. Deadline is March 17, 2022

    Find more details by visiting the following link: If I Were Mayor...

    If I were Mayor..

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  • School Pictures RETAKES are on Nov. 30th, 2021

    Mark your calendar Nov. 30th, 2021
    A reminder will be sent out to each family a week before.

    School Portraits 2021-2022

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  • Optional Student Accident & Sickness Insurance Renewal 2021-2022 School

    Templeton has an optional student insurance available to all students. There is a link bellow for enrollment.


    Templeton tiene un seguro estudiantil opcioal disponible para todos los estudiantes. Hay un enlace a continuacion para registrarse. 


    Here is more information on the attachment below

    Student Accident Insurance Parent Letter 21-22


    Aquí hay más información sobre el archivo adjunto a continuación.

    Student Accident Insurance Parent Letter 21.22

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    Friday: 7:30am-3:30pm

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