Tumwater School District

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?
     

District Headlines

  • Proposed Boundary Change

    Please click the headline above for further information.

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  • No More ACT Early Release Fridays

    We received official notice from OSPI that our waiver request for the February 11-14 snow day closures has been approved. As a result, there will be no more ACT early release Fridays for the remainder of the 2018-19 school year. Our last day of school will be June 24th and will be half-day early release.

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  • 2019-20 School Year Calendar is Available

    The 2019-20 School Year Calendar has been approved. CLICK HERE to view it.

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  • Current Transfer Information

    Thank you for your interest in Tumwater Schools. By clicking the headline above you can read through the most up-to-date information regarding transfer requests for the 2019/2020 school year.

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  • Earn While You Learn - Bus Drivers Needed

    Tumwater School District is looking for bus drivers for student transportation. Please contact our Transportation Supervisor, Jeff Gregory, at 360-709-7703 to express your interest. The District can provide training for you to receive your Commercial Drivers License (CDL)

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  • New Superintendent Selected - Welcome Dr. Sean Dotson

    On February 28, 2019, the Tumwater School District Board of Directors unanimously selected Dr. Sean Dotson as the next Superintendent of Tumwater School District. He will officially begin his duties on July 1st, and will spend some time in the district prior to his start date as part of a transition plan that is still being developed. Click on the headline for more information.

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  • School Safety Tip Line - (360) 709-7998

    Students and other members of the public can anonymously report or share information of a threat or potential threat to student safety. Callers will be able to leave a voice message at (360) 709-7998. Messages are monitored by the administrative office during regular business hours. Please note this is not an emergency response line. If you are reporting an emergency situation, please call 911. When leaving your tip, please leave as much detail as possible so that your concern can be thoroughly investigated. All tips will be considered seriously. An online platform for tips will be added to our webpage soon.

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