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Teachers hold signs outside Kalapuya Learning Center at the May 22 board meeting.

What we know about the reduction in force

By Laura Taylor and Aishiki Nag June 7, 2023

The timeline      As the news and discussion around the RIF’s started this year, it has been brought up that a plan for a reduction was discussed during the 2019-2020 school year.      “One...

Union members rally inside the May 22 school board meeting.

What we know about the reduction in force

By Laura Taylor and Aishiki Nag June 7, 2023

What is happening?      On May 22, the  Tigard-Tualatin Board meeting continued through a demonstration for the Tigard-Tualatin Education Association (TTEA), calling to “Save the 19”, referring...

Tigard City Council and members of Moms Demand Action celebrate the proclamation.

Tigard proclaims June 2 as Gun Violence Awareness Day

By Aishiki Nag, Staff Writer May 25, 2023

     On May 23, the Tigard City Council chambers were filled with people wearing brightly colored orange shirts, hoping to see the Tigard City Council proclaim June 2 as Gun Violence Awareness Day,...

Courtesy of the ACLU  of Oregon, members drop off pink slips that show their discontent with the Senate walkouts.

Senators walkout over reproductive healthcare

By Aishiki Nag, Staff Writer May 23, 2023

     In 2022, the Oregon Legislature passed a special measure to allow the general public to vote on Measure 113 This measure would ban legislators from rerunning for a consecutive term if they acrew...

The 2021 Womens March protesting to codify reproductive healthcare and gender affirming care.

A fight for equal rights

By Aishiki Nag, Staff Writer May 23, 2023

     During the 2023 legislative session, states across the country have worked on passing legislation limiting access to reproductive healthcare, blocking access to gender-affirming care, and restricting...

During the 2023 TTSD School Board Debate, the five board candidates begin with opening remarks and introductions.

2023 School Board Election Candidates

By Aishiki Nag, Staff Writer May 13, 2023

     Tigard-Tualatin School Board has three open seats and the spring election has quickly become competitive due to the upcoming challenges. The district is currently struggling with a revenue deficit,...

Amidst the declared reduction in force, TTSD recognizes school principals support to staff through a tweet.

District declares reduction in force

By Laura Taylor, Staff Writer May 3, 2023

     On Monday, April 3, 2023, the Tigard-Tualatin School District held a work session board meeting to discuss budget reductions for the 2023-2025 biennium. Most of the discussion centered on right-sizing,...

Tigard releases the Academic Planning Guide for the 2023-24 school year.

23-24 Forecasting materials available for students

By Olivia Breen, Staff Writer March 10, 2023

     It’s that time of the year! As forecasting quickly approaches, it’s time to think about your next year at THS. No matter what courses you choose, it’s sure to be an interesting year ahead....

Black Student Union meets every Thurday after school from 4 - 5 PM in room 311.

Black History Month: how the Tigard community is celebrating

By Meileen Arroyo, Staff Writer February 22, 2023

    The month of February is nationally known as Black History Month. This month celebrates the achievements, contributions, and sacrifices the Black community has made throughout history. It is an opportunity...

ASU students photoshopped on poster announcing Lunar New Year event at Tigard High School.

Tigard’s Asian communities celebrate Lunar New Year

By Katarina Ilić February 7, 2023

While many have already celebrated the new year, some of Tigard’s students' have yet to. On Jan. 22 Lunar New Year began, ringing in the New Year for many Asian Americans as well as Asian countries. Known...

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