Kindergarten Registration
9 days ago, TSD Communications
Kinder Flyer
Thurston County Youth Football, Registration open for 2021 Season
11 days ago, TSD Communications
Thurston County Youth Football Pg 1
Thurston County Youth Football Pg 2
Saints Summer Basketball Youth Camp Grades: K-8th Location: Saint Martin's University, Marcus Pavilion
19 days ago, TSD Communications
Saints Summer Camp Flyer
Guiding Good Choices Parenting Series, Thursdays 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
24 days ago, TSD Communications
Guiding Goof Choices Flyer
Good Morning Tenino Families. The Tenino School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, March 22nd at 6:30 pm will be held via webinar. Public comment must be submitted via email by 5 pm on March 22nd to leachc@tenino.k12.wa.us. Please join the meeting by clicking the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84237320406. Thank you.
27 days ago, Tenino School District
It's time to register your future Kindergartener! If your child turns 5 by August 31, 2021 they are eligible to enroll in school.
about 1 month ago, TSD Communications
Kinder Flyer
Registration for the 2021 Tenino Youth Baseball season is now open. See flyer for additional details.
about 1 month ago, Tenino School District
Tenino Youth Baseball T-Ball & Coach Pitch 2021 Baseball Season
Attention Families Receiving Free/Reduced-Priced School Meals Families with one or more children who receive free or reduced-price meals are eligible for relief through temporary food benefits.
about 1 month ago, TSD Communications
PEBT Letter to Families
Dear Tenino Families, In collaboration with our employee groups the District now has a solid date to reopen in-person learning at THS. As in the previous plan we will be using a hybrid A/B model with students in group ‘A’ attending all day on Mondays and Thursdays, group ‘B’ students attending all day on Tuesdays and Fridays, with Wednesday being a remote day for all students. The start date for THS is: March 8, 2021 group A March 9, 2021 group B The Thurston County transmission rate has fallen below 200 cases per 100,000. As of this writing there are 137.9 cases per 100,000 residents over a 14-day running average. Important Notes: Previously we asked you to select either the in-person or remote learning option for your child(ren). In addition, we asked if you planned on having your child(ren) ride the bus to and/or from school. IF you have changed your preference, contact your child’s school ASAP. Otherwise, we will plan for your child(ren) to receive the program you have originally chosen. You will be contacted by First Student if you chose to access bus transportation. Please contact your child(ren)'s school if you have changed your preference regarding transportation. For families choosing in-person learning, we will be requiring families to complete a quarterly attestation. If you have not done so you can access the attestation form here. We will continue to do daily screening and temperature checks for all in-person students. For children currently receiving special education services at THS your child’s teacher will be reaching out to you if there is any change to your child’s program or schedule. We have been asked, what gives you confidence we can operate schools safely in a hybrid model? Essentially, the State and County departments of health are clear that the modeling data and school experiences across Washington State have shown mitigation measures, including symptom screening, robust contact tracing, mask wearing, physical distancing, facility cleaning, and hygiene mitigate the risks and are highly effective in reducing school transmission. Click here to read our County health officers letter to schools. We look forward to reopening and are anxious to see students back on campus. Regards, Joe Belmonte
about 2 months ago, TSD Communications
THS Schedule Letter
Good Afternoon Tenino Families. The Tenino School Board Meeting scheduled for Monday, February 22nd at 6:30 pm will be held via webinar. Public comment must be submitted via email by 5 pm on February 22nd to leachc@tenino.k12.wa.us. Please join the meeting by clicking the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83949916917. Thank you.
about 2 months ago, Tenino School District
Tenino School Board Names New Superintendent The Tenino School District Board of Directors began an executive search in December to find a successor to replace Superintendent Joe Belmonte who will retire at the end of June. The search attracted 23 applicants and, after screening and interviews, the Board voted at a special meeting on February 11, 2021 to offer the position to Clint Endicott, Executive Director of K-12 Leadership and Accountability for the Yakima School District, pending mutual agreement on an employment contract.
about 2 months ago, TSD Communications
Supt Announcement Document
REMINDER: Due to unsafe road conditions, all in-person learning is cancelled for today February 12, 2021 and students will receive instruction via remote learning only. Your child's teacher will be communicating the plan for the day. All after school activities and athletics are cancelled and there will be no grab 'n go meals available for pick up or delivery. The district office will be closed to the public. Again, all schools in the Tenino School district will be closed for in-person learning; there will be remote learning only today February 12, 2021 due to unsafe road conditions. Thank you
about 2 months ago, Tenino School District
This is an emergency weather message for all Tenino school district staff and parents. Due to unsafe road conditions, all in-person learning is cancelled for Friday February 12, 2021 and students will receive instruction via remote learning only. Your child's teacher will be communicating the student plan for the day. All after school activities and athletics are cancelled and there will be no grab 'n go meals available for pick up or delivery. The district office will be closed to the public. Again, all schools in the Tenino School district will be closed for in-person learning; there will be remote learning only Friday February 11, 2021 due to unsafe road conditions. Thank you
about 2 months ago, Tenino School District
This is a weather message for all Tenino school district staff and parents. In person learning for T9O schools will begin on time today. Because snow is predicted throughout the day we will monitor road conditions which may result in us closing school early. Again, all schools in the Tenino School district will start on time for in-person learning. Thank you
about 2 months ago, Tenino School District
Snow in the Forecast Tenino Families, Snow is in the forecast for later this week. This will not impact any student who is currently receiving remote learning. However, inclement weather would impact students who receive in-person learning. If in-person learning is cancelled students will then be shifted to remote learning on any cancelled in-person days. There will be no food service when in-person learning is cancelled. So, how will you know if your child’s in-person has been cancelled? The District will communicate in the following ways: --Posting any changes on Facebook and the District website --Email families via Skyward email (please ensure your information is current in Skyward) --Text notification if your mobile device is the primary number listed in the Skyward system --Robo calls --Because of how our notification systems work, you may receive emails, texts and/or robocalls even if your child is in remote learning or not scheduled for that particular day. --Media outlets
2 months ago, TSD Communications
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Legal Notice for Special Board Meetings Feb. 9, 10, 11, 2021 The Tenino School Board will be gathering for the following Special Board Meetings, to be held virtually, as part of the superintendent screening and selection process currently underway. These meetings will be broadcast from the Tenino School District Office. This notice replaces any previous notices regarding special meetings on these dates.
2 months ago, TSD Communications
Legal Notice Schedule
Superintendent Finalist Candidate Schedule for February 9, 10, and 11, 2021. http://bit.ly/SuptSched
2 months ago, TSD Communications
Happy February! Tenino School Board members and a panel of observers took time this past Saturday, January 30th, to interview six candidates to replace outgoing superintendent, Joe Belmonte, who has announced his retirement effective June 30, 2021. The Board selected three finalists and will introduce them in a series of virtual community forums beginning February 9th. The finalists are as follows: Clint Endicott, Executive Director of K-12 Leadership, Accountability and Secondary Education, Yakima School District; John Hannah, Superintendent, Morton School District; and Jennifer Kindle, Executive Director of Student Learning, Selah School District Virtual Community Forums are scheduled for 6:30 p.m., On February 9, 10 and 11. Jennifer Kindle - February 9 Webinar John Hannah - February 10 Webinar Clint Endicott - February 11 Webinar The district will provide forum participants the opportunity to provide written input to the Board regarding each of the finalists during each forum. The board welcomes you to submit questions in advance for candidates. These can be submitted online until Friday, February 5, 2021 at noon via THIS LINK: www.bit.ly/SupSearchInfo The Tenino School Board plans to make a decision on the new superintendent the evening of February 11th, but that date could change. About The Candidates Clint Endicott serves as Executive Director of K-12 Leadership, Accountability, and Secondary Education for the Yakima School District. He earned a BA in Mathematics Education from Central Washington University, a Master’s Degree in Education Administration and Principal Credentials from Grand Canyon University, and Superintendent Credentials from Abilene Christian University in Abilene, TX. He served as a secondary assistant principal and principal in Yakima prior to beginning his current executive director position in 2015. Mr. Endicott has also served as a middle and high school math teacher in the Rochester and Selah School Districts. John Hannah is the current superintendent of the Morton School District where he has served since 2014. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in General Science from Oregon State University, a Master’s Degree in Teaching and Principal Certification from City University-Seattle, and superintendent credentials from Washington State University. Prior to his current role, Mr. Hannah served as an elementary principal in the Mt. Adams School District. He has also served as a math and science teacher at the elementary and secondary levels in the Castle Rock and Wahkiakum School Districts. Jennifer Kindle currently serves as Executive Director of Student Learning for the Selah School District. She earned a BS in Accounting and Business Education from Central Washington University, a Master’s Degree in Business and Marketing Ed. and Principal Certification from Central Washington University, and Superintendent Credentials from Washington State University. Ms. Kindle served as a secondary principal in the Rainier, Franklin Pierce, and Selah School Districts prior to beginning her current district role in 2016. She has also served as a middle and high school business and math teacher for the Thorp School District. Thank you to the staff and community members who served as observers this past Saturday! John Bash, Assistant Superintendent (Superintendent Search Lead)
2 months ago, TSD Communications
February 1, 2021 Dear Tenino Families, In collaboration with our employee groups the District now has solid dates to reopen in-person. As in the previous plan we will be using a hybrid A/B model with students in group ‘A’ attending all day on Mondays and Thursdays, group ‘B’ students attending all day on Tuesdays and Fridays, with Wednesday being a remote day for all students. If your child is currently attending school in-person for a special education program they will continue to attend 4 days per week. The school will be communicating with you directly of there is any modification of your child's schedule, You will receive more detailed information from your child’s school about which group your child(ren) will be in, the specific start times and any transition activities that may occur. The start dates are: Grades K-5—February 8, 2021 group A, February 9, 2021 group B Grades 6-8—February 22, 2021 group A, February 23, 2021 group B When the Thurston County transmission rate falls to about 200 cases per 100,000 then Grades 9-12 would be able to begin at a date to be determined. Important Notes: Previously we asked you to select either the in-person or remote learning option for your child(ren). In addition, we asked if you planned on having your child(ren) ride the bus to and/or from school. • IF you have changed your preference, contact your child’s school ASAP. Otherwise, we will plan for your child(ren) to receive the program you have originally chosen. • You will be contacted by First Student if you chose to access bus transportation. Please contact your child(ren)’s school if you have changed your preference regarding transportation. • For families choosing in-person learning, we will be requiring families to complete a quarterly attestation. If you have not done so you can access the attestation form here. We will continue to do daily screening and temperature checks for all in-person students. We have been asked, what gives you confidence we can operate schools safely in a hybrid model? Essentially, the State and County departments of health are clear that the modeling data and school experiences across Washington State have shown mitigation measures, including cohorts, symptom screening, robust contact tracing, mask wearing, physical distancing, facility cleaning, and hygiene mitigate the risks and are highly effective in reducing school transmission. Click here to read our County health officers letter to schools. We look forward to reopening and are anxious to see students back on campus. Regards, Joe Belmonte
2 months ago, TSD Communications
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The Tenino School Board completed screening of semi-finalist candidates for superintendent of schools on January 30, 2021, and has named Clint Endicott, Executive Director of K-12 Leadership (Yakima School District); John Hannah, Superintendent (Morton School District); and Jennifer Kindle, Executive Director of Student Learning (Selah School District) as finalists to be interviewed on February 9th, 10th and 11th. More details regarding the finalist candidates and the interview process will be posted to the district’s website on Monday, February 1, 2021.
2 months ago, TSD Communications