To celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month, Clara Saeteurn, a social worker at Tillicum, created door décor at the school. She also reflects on her impact on students as a social worker and the importance of social and emotional learning.Read More
Congratulations to the Tillicum Middle Concert Choir! The combined 7th and 8th grade group took first place at both the New York Heritage Festival and at the Best in the Northwest Choral Festival in Portland, Oregon.Read More
Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Tillicum Grand Opening ceremony this week! The event was a hit, with an ice cream social, popcorn stand, live DJ and marching band too.
“I am successful when I’m organized,” said Braxton Brady, a sixth grader at Tillicum Middle School, who participates in the school’s new Students Thrive program.
On April 29 the Washington Association of Bilingual Education invited students from Stevenson Elementary, Odle Middle School and Tillicum Middle School to perform dances from the students’ home country of India.Read More
SEL is being piloted this year at all middle schools in Bellevue, and more than 60 teachers are participating. Bellevue Schools Foundation is funding the pilot and focus on middle school SEL with a $75,000 grant. Read More
Zócalo, referring to the concept of the central plaza in Mexico, was the emerging theme in the design research process for the new facility at Tillicum, said Principal James Peterson.Read More
Tillicum was awarded second place in the middle school category for “Colegio del Año” or “School of the Year.”Read More
Building relationships with students fosters a safe environment at school. Staff at Tillicum say they appreciate the presence of Officer Raphael Park and his proactive style.Read More
AVID is a college preparatory program for students who have the potential to succeed at high levels, despite an obstacle they face that may impede them.Read More