Tumwater School District

Continuous Student Learning in a Caring, Engaging Environment

Continuous Student Learning in a Caring, Engaging Environment

Welcome

Tumwater School District provides a safe, caring, and supportive learning environment for students.  Our academic focus is based on four questions:  What do we want each student to learn?  How will we know if each student is learning it?  How will we respond when a student is experiencing difficulty?  How will we respond if the student already knows it?

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  • Free Candyce Lund Bollinger Class - Anxiety and Depression

    Are you worried about your teen? Learn more about the signs to be concerned about and how to respond. Class is Tues. Feb. 9th from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the Tumwater High School Career Center, 700 Israel Rd. Open to parents of secondary students.

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  • Replacement Maintenance & Operations Levy Election is February 9, 2016

    On November 12, the School Board passed a resolution to put a 4 year replacement levy on the February ballot. The current levy was passed in 2012 and expires in 2016. Levies help the District pay for educational programs and operations costs that are not fully funded by the State. For more information CLICK HERE

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  • Developmental Screening

    February 12th is our next developmental screening for children ages 3-5 whose parents/guardians are concerned about their development and/or suspect their child of having a disability. CLICK HERE for more information.

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  • Help Support Homeless & Needy Youth in Thurston County

    Entertainment Explosion is preparing for the 10th annual benefit concert titled "A Really Big Shoe Folk Fest". Please mark your calendar for Sunday, February 21, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. at the Washington Center for Performing Arts. Our own Superintendent John Bash and Executive Director of Student Learning Chris Woods will be some of the guest deejays at the event. Please CLICK HERE for more information and how to purchase tickets.

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  • Black Hills High Sophomore Wins Good Citizenship Day Essay Contest

    Congratulations to BHHS Sophomore Elizabeth Hirotaka! Her award-winning essay "Good Citizenship Day" will be published in the November General Election Local Voters' Pamphlet that will be sent to more than 100,000 homes throughout Thurston County. To read her great work CLICK HERE .

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  • "Arsenic and Old Lace"

    This wickedly smart comedy performed by the Tumwater Theater Company is sure to be a new favorite! Performances are February 18, 19, 20, 25, 26 and 27 at 7:00 p.m. in the Tumwater High School Performing Arts Center. Tickets are just $5 for students/seniors and $8 for adults.

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  • Student Transfers

    Renewal transfer requests for current high school transfer students will be accepted beginning January 4th. Forms are available in school offices and at the District Office. New high school requests for siblings of high school renewals will not be accepted at this time, as the district's policies/procedures are under revision and will be finalized in January. Once finalized, communications, forms and instructions will be launched for the 2016-17 school year. Stay tuned for more information ...

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  • Countdown to Kindergarten

    Are you the parent of a child who will enter Kindergarten in September (child will be five by August 31st)? Now is the time to start the Countdown to Kindergarten! Please join us Saturday, March 5th, at 10:00 in the Tumwater Middle School Gym where we will share information about programs, transportation, registration requirements what a Kindergartner's day looks like, plus much more. CLICK HERE for more details about this fun-filled event.

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