Help us celebrate School Board Recognition month! Kasey is our Board Chair and has served Tenino Schools since 2012, talk about dedication!!!
about 11 hours ago, Tenino School District
K. Schiewe
Help us in celebrating School Board Recognition month! First up is Mr. Adam Barr!
about 16 hours ago, Tenino School District
Reminder: There will be No School on Monday, January 17th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
5 days ago, Tenino School District
5 days ago, Tenino School District
Congratulations to Tenino Senior Emily Baxter who signed her official letter to play Softball for Dominican College yesterday! Such a great accomplishment! Good Luck on your next adventure Emily!
6 days ago, Tenino School District
Superintendent Update: The Tenino School District continues to monitor our COVID cases, and we are not planning on moving to remote learning at this time. Our staff are fully prepared in the event that we need to move to remote-- but no decision has been made at this time. For more information, please see the video posted here:
7 days ago, Tenino School District
Tenino Schools are on time tomorrow, Jan. 10th!
10 days ago, Tenino School District
Important Announcement for Friday, 1/7/22 All Tenino Schools will be CLOSED due to widespread flooding. All athletic events and practices are cancelled.
13 days ago, Tenino School District
14 days ago, Tenino School District
Students in the Japanese class at THS created these amazing hand drawn greeting cards and celebrated the Japanese New Year. Here is a message from Chiyo, the Japanese teacher... New Year celebration is the BIGGEST thing in Japan. In my Japanese class, we have learned about Japanese New Year's Eve, so far. Around mind December, we will start preparing to welcome a new year and hopefully, we can start the new year in a clean place and with a clear mind. First, we create a New Year card with the Zodiac. The Year 2022 is the TIGER! Then, on the 31st, we do a deep cleaning at the home, office, and school (by students before the winter break). Later, we do decorate the house with the new year decoration. Then, another significant thing we do is eat Soba noodles on the 31. You must slurp noodles!! Yum! After the winter break, we will learn more about Japanese New Year, and I am hoping we can do Japanese calligraphy, Mochi tasting, and new year's games. Also, there was a New Year greeting contest hosted by the American Association of Teachers of Japanese I have submitted 5 students' cards. They created great art. Chiyo Sanada 眞田 千代 Tenino High school Japanese Teacher テナイノ高校 日本語教師
14 days ago, Tenino School District
japanese class
Good Evening Tenino Families & Students! After careful consideration, consultation with our Transportation Department, and monitoring of local weather channels, Tenino will start ON-TIME tomorrow, January 5th. ALL buses will continue operating on Snow Routes (AM/PM) only and there will be NO out-of-district transportation. You can find the 21-22 Snow Routes here >>>> There are many factors that go into making the decision to delay or cancel school including communication throughout the evening and early morning with transportation. The transportation team is out early in the morning driving routes, specifically roads that are not typically tended to by the county. Our number one priority is always the safety and well being of our students. Have a good evening!
15 days ago, Tenino School District
on time school
UPDATED INCLEMENT WEATHER NOTICE: Tenino Schools will be 2-hours late tomorrow, Jan. 4th NO AM Preschool NO Out-of-District transportation Breakfast will NOT be served ALL Buses will be running on Snow Routes only Snow Routes 21-22- Be Safe!!
16 days ago, Tenino School District
2 hour delay
Good Evening Tenino Families! After careful deliberation and discussion with our Maintenance Team, First Student (transportation) and neighboring districts, we will have a 2-hour Late Start tomorrow, Jan. 3rd. Buses will operate on Snow Routes only and there will be no Out of District transportation. Please see 21-22 Snow Routes below. Stay Safe!
17 days ago, Tenino School District
2 hr late start
Happy (almost) New Year Tenino Families & Students! We hope that you all have had a wonderful break and time with your families. Please click on the link below to read an important update from Superintendent Endicott and some things to remember as we head back to school next week. We look forward to seeing everyone on Monday!
19 days ago, Tenino School District
Takari Hickle named Olympian's All-Area Player of the Year!! Congratulations Takari!
28 days ago, Tenino School District
Enjoy these pictures from the Varsity Boys Basketball game vs. Castle Rock last Friday! The boys are 4-3 now! Go Beavers!!
about 1 month ago, Tenino School District
Varsity Basketball
T. Hickle
Coach Joe
Boys BB
about 1 month ago, Tenino School District
Please see the attached letter from Superintendent, Mr. Endicott, surrounding recent Social Media threats in our district as well as neighboring districts. Our number one priority is to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our students and staff. Please, if you See Something, Say Something.
about 1 month ago, Crystal Hedden
Social Media threats
Help us in congratulating Tenino's very own Takari Hickle, who signed his official Letter of Intent to Oregon State University yesterday! We are so excited for Takari and wish him all the best in his next adventure!
about 1 month ago, Tenino School District
Tenino School District Families, We recently received this letter from a student at Tenino Middle School. At times it can be difficult to remember the impact that our educators have in the lives of our students, families and community. This letter is an incredible reminder of just that! Clint Endicott, Superintendent Dear Tenino, I started going to school here a little past Christmas of last year. I started out scared because of the teacher, the students, and community of my old town and school could be cold hearted and mean, but, Tenino is different. I could not find a way to thank everyone who gave me the experience I’ve had here without making a thousand cards. So I’m writing a card to Tenino because Tenino is made of amazing people. First off, thank you to my wonderful teachers. There has not been a single moment where I was treated rudely by a teacher. Instead I was only shown kindness and generosity. They all gave me confidence in my work and they want to keep good grades. Second, I want to thank my cross-country team. I never had to try to be a part of the team because I was accepted the second I joined and was cheered on by all of them, giving me the courage to improve. Last, but definitely not least, I want to thank the community of Tenino. The people here are incredible and in most situations kind. This community has given me a home and friends so thank you Tenino. To everyone at Tenino School District, thank you. The hard work, dedication, and the impact that you have in the lives of students, families and our community is never gone unnoticed. You are appreciated!
about 1 month ago, Tenino School District