Apple Pie Sale

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Make your Thanksgiving and/or Christmas dinner preparation easy with a ready to bake apple pie.

Buy several so you can freeze some for a future treat.

Proceeds to benefit the PE department & after school sports program. This year our goal is to make 500 pies!

You can order them through one of our TVA students or you can place your order at the school’s front office by calling 503-649-5518.

Please preorder your pies no later than November 16th by 3:00 p.m.

Cost: $10 per pie

Pick Up: At TVA's cafeteria on November 19th between 1:00‐6:00 p.m.

Summer Basketball Camp

This summer we will be having a basketball camp in our school’s gym from 9AM - 3PM, coached by Mr. Jerry. 

Dates: June 19th to 23rd, June 26th to 30th, July 31st to August 4th

Class Information: Space is limited to 30 students entering 3rd to 8th grades for the 2017-2018 school year.

Cost: The cost will be $150 per week per student. Lunch will be provided.

Your spot will be secured when payment is received at the front office. Please pay by check or money order to TVA. 

Jump Rope for Heart

Every year at this time Tualatin Valley Academy devotes an entire month to the American Heart Association's Jump Rope for Heart event. 

The AHA is dedicated to building healthier lives, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke. Considering heart disease is the #1 killer in America, we feel this is a cause worth supporting. 

This fundraiser is our chance to give back to the community we live in, therefore 100% of the funds raised will go to the American Heart Association to help fight heart disease and stroke. Each student has been challenged to raise $15 for the AHA.

In PE class, our overall goal at TVA is for each student to learn to live a life full of movement. Jumping rope is one of those movements. For this unit, we are challenging every student be able to jump 100 jumps non-stop. 

Our Jump Rope for Heart event is scheduled for Friday, March 17. Classes who reach their goals have the chance to win a variety of prizes, up to and including getting to silly string their homeroom teacher, Mr. Chamberlain AND Mr. Tillotson at chapel! 

Thank you so much for your continued support of Eagles Athletics and for supporting the American Heart Association!

Congratulations 7th and 8th Grade Lady Eagles!

We would like to congratulate our Eagles Ladies' 7th and 8th Grade Volleyball Team on winning the Portland Metro Christian League Championship this season! 

Led by Coach Stephen, the team was undefeated all season leading up to the championship game. They operated under a team philosophy of playing to their best ability, being positive and never giving up. 

Coach Stephen had a strong positive impact on the team, with one member saying "The best thing about our coach was that he was always positive even when we were down. He also supported us and just taught us a lot."

Weaving Christ into athletics is an important part of Tualatin Valley Academy's athletics program philosophy. A team member noted "We prayed several times throughout the championships. And during the games we tried to work as a team. Our goal was to work together and finish it all." Prayer, dedication and teamwork paid off as the ladies finished the championship games strong and became league champions! 

Lady Eagles, we are so proud of you. Congratulations!