Mark you Calendars! Our next General PTA Meeting is Wednesday, May 29th at 9:00am in the Staff Lunchroom. Please join us!

You can also Live-stream the meeting at the Trillium Creek PTA Facebook page. Meeting materials will be available under PTA Meeting Minutes, to the left.

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Upcoming Events

Apr 15-19 - Forest Flyers (We need volunteers!)

Apr 17- PTA General Mtg 9am-All are welcome!

May 3- Hoot n Scoot Fundraising Packets Go Home!

May 6-10- Staff Appreciation Week

May 6-10-Forest Flyers

May 13-16- Forest Flyers/Hoot n Scoot Training

May 17- Hoot n Scoot Fun Run-Accepting Business Sponsorships Now!

May 23- Kindergarten Meet n Greet 3:15pm

May 29- PTA General Mtg 9am-All are welcome! We will be voting on 2019-2020 Board and Budget

Jun 10- Field Day

Jun 11- Last Day of School 10:40am Dismissal

Welcome to the Trillium Creek PTA!

So glad you stopped by to take a look! This is the website for all things TCPS PTA! You can get information on upcoming activities, links to join PTA or donate, check out our meeting minutes and budget, or sign up to volunteer.


You can also learn more about what Oregon PTA and National PTA are doing for our students. There is also a link to the West Linn Wilsonville School District’s School Board, where you can learn about decisions being made and how to get more involved. TCPS PTA is more than organizing fun school-events. We are working towards a better school experience for all our students. Join us!

Calling All Businesses! Do You Want To Sponsor Our Upcoming Hoot ‘n’ Scoot Fun Run?

Our student-driven Spring fundraiser is scheduled for Friday, May 17th, 2019. The Hoot ‘n’ Scoot marks the culmination of our year-long Forest Flyers-Marathon by May recess walk/run program, which is part of Trillium Creek’s “Owl Be Fit” health and wellness initiative. It is also one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for our school.


Sponsorships will support year-long activities including Art Literacy, Garden programs, 5th Grade Biz Town, technology, literature, student scholarships, assemblies, and activities like Field Day. We have a variety of sponsorship levels that are all tax-deductible.


Please reach out to PTA Sponsorship Chair, Terri Wheeler (terrilynnwheeler@gmail.com), if you’re interested in getting more information about supporting TCPS students through sponsorship. If you’re ready to sponsor then click the link below!


I Want To Sponsor The Hoot ‘n’ Scoot Fun Run!

TCPS PTA Needs You!

Email PTA President, Christy Riehm, at riehmhouse@mac.com if you’re interested in getting more involved or taking on a leadership role in any of the below vacancies!

Open Positions for 2019-2020

Vacant Board Position-

Co-Vice President (Volunteer Coordinator)

Vacant Committee Chairs-

School Directory

Co-Chair for Harvest Happenings

Community Rewards (BoxTops Contests)

Backyard BBQ

Pizza Bingo

Family Education Night on Social Media and Digital Life Citizenship!

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TCPS PTA hosted a Digital Safety and Citizenship Family Workshop on April 11th. This workshop was made possible by the 2018 PTA Connected with Facebook Grant. TCPS PTA was 1 of 200 PTA’s nationally to be awarded this grant, amongst even more applicants!


Parents and students came together for an evening of learning and conversation. We hope to build on what we experienced and host this event again next year on our own.





Thank you to our PTA for applying for this grant and hosting this event! A huge thank you also goes out to our lead facilitator, Amanda Stein, and her co-facilitators, Scott Stein, Tawnya and Scott Landis, TCPS Librarian-Erica Hironimus, Brenna Burke, and the West Linn High School and National Honor Society students who were so super helpful! We hope the families who participated will keep this important conversation going. Keep talking to your kids about their role and responsibilities when using their tablet or mobile phone.

Staff Appreciation Week!

Staff Appreciation Week is vastly approaching! It’s scheduled for May 6-10. Stay tuned on ways you can get involved and show your support and appreciation for the wonderful staff at TCPS!

Did You Miss Out On Ordering Your Child’s Yearbook?

Hopefully, you remembered to place your order for your student’s 2018-2019 Trillium Creek Primary Yearbook. But in case you missed it, you may be able to purchase one when they’re printed and distributed next month.

OMSI Night!

Thank you to OMSI to opening up just for TCPS and Stafford schools this past Monday night. We had a great turn out and hope everyone had a good time! We are grateful that with your PTA donations we are able to make this night happen! Stay tuned for next year’s date!

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Social Committee Chairs- Julie Miller, Hayley Denney, Andrea Bourbonnais, Gail Greenman

Trillium Creek PTA Parent Social and Auction A Win!

Thank you to everyone who came out for our Parent Social and Auction at the World of Speed Museum on Saturday, February 23rd. The Museum was filled with parents and friends! Thank you to our emcees Drew Carney, Tim Loun, and Tony Coats. Thank you to the TCPS staff and administration for joining us, as well. We raised money to fund our ongoing programs and hope to add more next year with our families’ generosity.

A HUGE shout out to our planning committee who spent hours and hours over the last several months putting this event together. Their dedication showed in every detail of the evening. THANK YOU!!

Sign Up for PTA Parties HERE!

Join TCPS PTA! We need YOU! The Kids Need YOU!

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Get connected! Make a difference! Share your voice! Support student success! Be a role model! Be part of the solution!

Parents, Grandparents, and Teachers can join! PTA with a $15 annual membership.  That is about 3 cups of gourmet coffee! It supports our school! PTA meetings are once per month and all are welcome. Join us!  

JOIN NOW, RIGHT HERE!

Forest Flyers Takes Flight!

We are looking forward to another fun year of Forest Flyers! Last year we had 555 kids run at least one lap and 160 earned the Marathon by May award. To learn more about the Forest Flyers program, CLICK HERE.

The program is monthly and needs volunteers so please click on the Volunteer link to view which slot you could fill! And a special thank you to our returning committee chairs- Gita Hald, Julie Reiner, and Gail Greenman!

Remember to Register to Volunteer!!

With a new school year, comes a new and improved process for volunteer registration and sign-in. If you want to volunteer in any capacity at Trillium Creek then you need to register! 

 

 Simply visit http://www.helpcounter.net/wlwv and click Start to fill out your application. Your registration will be received at the district office where it will be processed.

 

Until your registration is processed, you won't be able to sign-in and volunteer at the school. This process could take 2-3 days to complete. When the processing is complete, you will be notified by email.

 

Update your Volunteer Registration using the link above, then head over to the Volunteer Site using the link to the left and get involved! 

 

PTA Meeting Notes Posted!

Notes from the most recent PTA meeting, held on April 17th, will be posted soon! You can find them on the PTA Meeting Minutes page!  They are also available on the PTA bulletin board at school across from the front office.

2018-2019 Committee Chairs!

Please submit your Committee Budget Request and Event Summary form soon, for PTA Board review at our April 29th meeting, for next year’s budget. Reach out to your Board Liaison with any questions.

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Our next General PTA Meeting will be on May 29th at 9:00am in the the Staff Lunchroom.

You can also Live- stream the meeting on the Trillium Creek PTA Facebook page.

Trillium Creek Primary School PTA Mission Statement

To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, and community.

To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth. 

To bring into closer relation the home and the school that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth. 

To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, and social education.