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Feb 12th, 2014

Board Meeting Rescheduled

Posted by kieran

Our next Board Meeting is on Tuesday, February 18th from 6-8PM.  All meetings are open to the public, the proposed agenda is posted in the front hall of the school.

Apr 2nd, 2013

Posted by debra

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Dec 12th, 2012

Lunch and Recess Volunteers Needed

Posted by debra

We are in need of four volunteers per day for 20 weeks to commit to a Monday-Thursday two week block from 10:45 AM -11:45 AM and for two of those volunteers to commit to 10:45 AM – 12:15 PM. Volunteers will be responsible for monitoring the K/1/2 lunch and recess or the 3/4/5 lunch and recess or middle school recess.  Trillium administrative staff will help train volunteers with helpful tips and suggestions for what to keep an eye out for. If you cannot commit to two weeks find a buddy/partner to share with!

Lunch duty includes:

  • Supporting the students
  • Monitoring the space, noise volume, and body traffic
  • Ensuring students clean up after themselves and do their assigned jobs (ie: sweeping under the tables, wiping the tables clean
  • Making sure areas are prepared and ready for the following group of students

 

Recess duty includes:

  • Supervising and supporting the students
  • Monitoring the outdoor space for safety

 

This small commitment can represent a huge boon for our teachers and help them to better serve your children in the classroom.  Please come support your school!

 

Please contact Sarah Cramer if interested:

503.285.3833

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Dec 11th, 2012

2013-2014 Lottery Update

Posted by debra

The 2013-2014 Lottery is coming! Information, timeline and applications for the charter school lottery will be posted to the website by January 2nd.  Stay tuned!

Oct 15th, 2012

Playground/Outdoor Learning Environment

Posted by admin

The Playground and Outdoor Learning Environment (P/Ole) are still in the final stages of their design process, but we’re happy to present these drawings. They were drawn by architect and Trillium dad Ben Reimer, and include areas for all preschoolers, high schoolers, and everyone in between- space for sports, quiet and and imaginative play, and exploration of native plants. The P/Ole also reflects teacher and parent concerns, with clearer lines of sight,  safer equipment, and a new entrance from Maryland St.

Check it out below, and help make the new playground possible by donating through Sustaining Trillium or getting involved in the Playground Group!