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May 2nd, 2018

Trillium in Bloom

Posted by Kay

The annual Trillium in Bloom is an important event for the school and community, bringing us together to acknowledge our accomplishments, thank our volunteers, and kickstart fundraising for the next year’s special projects. As a charter school, our public funding is limited. We need the support of families for their students. There are many ways that you may contribute to the school, including ways that offer something in return. Events like Trillium in Bloom are worth their weight in priceless memories.

This year, it will be especially fun, because we’ve got a theme! ADULT PROM. Did you ever wish you could step back into your senior year of high school and attend prom just one more time? Well, now is your chance. Our night will include dinner, DJ dancing, silent auction, raffles, prom pictures, and a cash bar. The event is 21+ but onsite childcare will be available for $15/child. Tickets are $20/person and may be purchased at the door, or reserved in advance through email hidden; JavaScript is required.

RSVP “Yes” or “Interested” to the Facebook event, to receive sneak peeks of the food, entertainment, and auction items. Sign up to volunteer to receive discounted tickets! Volunteers are needed to set up, clean up, and to manage tickets sales and the auction. Email email hidden; JavaScript is required if you or someone you know can fulfill these roles.

May 1st, 2018

Spring Spruce Up Day

Posted by Kay

Students, parents, and members of our local community are invited onto the Trillium school grounds and rooftop garden, to pick up trash and naturaldebris, weed, rake, and foster a sense of stewardship together! Save the date: Saturday, May 12th, from 10am-2pm. RSVP on Facebook here.

We will be working in small, project-based groups, led by parent volunteers and our 2017-2018 Garden Coordinator, Maia McGaw. Kid friendly. Sign up online here. You do not need to be present for the entire shift to sign up.

Early bird volunteers will enjoy coffee donated by Willamette’s End Coffee and pastries by Marsee Bakery. Around noon, we will break for a potluck lunch. Bring a favorite picnic dish to share, and excess garden tools, gloves, and plant starts.

Interested in leading a crew? Contact Maia at email hidden; JavaScript is required.