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News Release
Tigard-Tualatin School District Extends Comprehensive Distance Learning - 10/30/20

October 20, 2020 -- Following the Governor’s announcement today regarding the Oregon Department of Education’s Updated School Metrics, Superintendent Dr. Sue Rieke-Smith announced today that the Tigard-Tualatin School District will stay in Comprehensive Distance Learning (CDL) through the end of the first semester which ends February 4, 2021. 

The District continues its responsible planning for reentry to school and, as of now, the following activities will continue:

  • Per ODE guidance, TTSD is planning to begin Limited In-Person Instruction (LIPI) in early November for students identified as most impacted 
  • Athletic conditioning 

Relative to the new state guidance released today, Superintendent Rieke-Smith plans to convene district stakeholders to review and plan for district reopening. 

“As is our practice, when it comes to decisions that impact everyone -- our teachers, our students, our staff, our parents, and community, we will convene district stakeholders to inform our district’s path forward,” said Dr. Rieke-Smith.  “District leadership will continue to be informed by the feedback we are hearing from all aspects of our community as we prepare to welcome our students back into the classroom.”

TTSD will continue to provide basic services in support of district students and families, including:

  • District Meal Service
  • School Based Health Centers
  • TTSD Family Resource Center 
  • TTSD Caring Closet 

Superintendent Rieke-Smith urges the TTSD community to continue to adhere to the safety practices critical to reducing the transmission of the coronavirus, including: 

  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Wear face coverings while indoors and/or when physical distancing is not possible.
  • Wash hands often with soap and water, especially after coughing or sneezing. Alcohol-based hand sanitizers are also effective.
  • Practice social/physical distancing.
  • Improve your immune system by getting enough rest, exercising regularly, and eating healthy.

For more information on TTSD’s Operational Blueprint for School Reentry visit: ttsdschools.org