I love Tualatin Elementary School. The staff, principal, PTA and greater community all work well together to enhance the learning environment for our kids. We have a sustainable garden (the kids get to plant and harvest food that winds up in the hot lunches!). We lost our funding for a full-time librarian
... Read more a few years ago, but the parents have stepped up to cover the gap - all classrooms still get to visit the library and kids still check out books. A parent recently organized a drive to raise funds to buy the music teacher a dozen or so keyboards for her classroom. The kids LOVE this music teacher. I'm very proud of our little school in the 'burbs. Read less
Posted by a parent on 10/18/13
My child has been attending Tualatin Elementary for three years and she loves her teacher and looks forward to going to school each day. The teachers are very professional, kind and really involved in the child's academic progress. I would recommend anyone to enroll their child in this school. Go Black
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Posted by a parent on 11/12/12
I can not express how much I love this school! My son entered kindergarten this year, he always tells everyone how much he loves his teacher. I became a very involved parent and have been at the PTA meetings and other parent meetings and they do so much for the school. The principal tries to attend most
... Read more if not all meetings and is very involved, but still has time to greet the students every morning as they are been dropped off or coming off the buss. Most parents are really involved but definitely more should get involved. The staff is awesome and the school is well maintained and clean. Not to mention they have great academics. The school has a garden too, so much work and love put in to it. Will definitely recommend this school to new parents. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/23/11
I've found the teachers to be genuinely concerned for the kids' education and the PTA continually strives to provide activities. Also, the TEAF program is wonderful.
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Posted by a parent on 05/07/10
My kids have attended this school for 4 years now and I am happy to say there is a new principal who seems to be much more able. I had many issues in the past with my childs needs not being addressed but this year I have recieved almost immediate responses from the principal when things arise. Your child
... Read more is taught at his or her level so if they are above average in reading they are placed in a higher group. Since the new principal is here they seem to be much more on top of addressing concerns. I hope it continues to improve in this area as we have been extremely frustrated in the past with trying to get needs met. Overall this school is good and seems to be improving. Read less
Posted by a parent on 11/28/09
Our teachers are amazing! They care about our kids and our community. We also have so many parents that give selflessly of their time. Our school is a happy and vibrant place to be!
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Posted by a parent on 09/17/09
Principal and staff has not responded to my concerns of my child being bullied. very poor communication from the school to the parents. Most of the teachers are great but the schools system is seriously lacking. extra curricular activites are great so It's a fine school as long as your child has no special
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Posted by a parent on 02/16/09
My son loves his time at school and is disappointed when there is a day off. He gets all the attention he needs and is learning very quickly. 96% of the kinder gardeners are at where they are supposed to be at the end of the school year and it is not even half way through the year.
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Posted by a parent on 03/18/08
I have been thrilled with Tualatin Elementary School. The teachers are great and they have some of the best activities for the kids. My son has loved his time there.
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Posted by a parent on 08/02/05
I think that tualatin es is the best sckool ever you can not tear the old 1 down ever accordink to t.K. (Tualatin kids.)
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Tualatin schools — Tualatin Elementary School is located at 20405 Sw 95th Ave, Tualatin OR 97062. 20405 Sw 95th Ave is in the 97062 ZIP code in Tualatin, OR The school district for Tualatin Elementary School is the Tigard-tualatin School District 23j. Tualatin Elementary School is a Public school that serves grade levels K - 5.
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