Trillium Creek Primary School Mascot
Whooo do we want for the Trillium Creek School Mascot? I’ll tell you whooo. The Owl, that’s Whooo!
The owl is our mascot because owls are keen, knowledgeable creatures. Like the students at Trillium, the owl is a peaceful creature. The curious owl sits quietly, silently, observing and watching with its wide eyes. Trillium students do the same things, with a sense of wide eyed wonder! Owls can turn their heads 270 degrees. This helps them to look around their environment. They keep their ecosystem healthy, and we are learning to be stewards of our environment, too.
Owls are wise seekers, searching the woodlands like Trillium students seek out books in the library. Impossible to stop, strong and accurate, owls are like the students of Trillium as we meet new learning challenges and grow wiser as we conquer our mistakes and fears. Swift and wise, owls glide through the forest near Trillium Creek, where students in classrooms soar through their learning.
Throughout history, owls have gained a reputation for being wise, thoughtful and trustworthy. There are many stories and poems that include owls as intelligent, helpful characters. In this way the owl is a great role model for others.
The perfect mascot for Trillium Creek Primary School is the Owl!
Trillium Creek School Colors
Forest Green and Creek Blue were chosen by the students of Trillium Creek Primary School to be our school colors.
Green is eco-friendly and we have a beautiful green forest and meadow that we play in each day. Forest green is the color of nature. It is symbolic for learning, thinking and developing a positive growth mindset. Blue stands for the Trillium Creek headwaters that are on our school property. Blue also represents fresh ideas, movement, thought, and the calming sky and environment.
We will wear Forest Green and Creek Blue with pride!
Trillium Creek School Song
Make new friends, but keep the old,
Starting together a story is told.
At Trillium Creek we learn and grow,
Building dreams with seeds to sow.
I have a hand, and you have another,
Put them together and we have each other.