Prom is right around the corner -- June 1, 2019. Location: City Farms 456 N Market Blvd. Chehalis. Pictures start at 7pm. Dance goes from 8-11pm. Tickets on sale at lunch or at the door, $25 single or $50 couples.
Parents/ Guardians and Students, On the day of the BBQ (May 31, 2019), Yearbook sales must be paid in CASH or CHECK only. We are not accepting card sales on that day. You may purchase a Yearbook anytime between now and the day of the BBQ (May 31st) with a card by seeing Ms. Madrid in her office or visiting Jostens.com. Please direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks! Emma Unsworth, Yearbook Advisor
Revised schedule for May 22, 2019. We are canceling the CCC schedule for May 22, 2019. Wednesday will be a regular academic day with an added advisory time. Please come to school prepared for your academic classes. There will be no mock crash or senior signing day. Senior Signing will be rescheduled. Thank you for your understanding.
New Market Skills Center schedule changes: There will be NO PM Session this Friday, April 26th at New Market Skills Center. First session will run as scheduled, starting at 7:50am and ending at 10:20am. New Markets Skills Center last day of school is June 20th. THS will provide transportation to New Market Skills Center until the last day.
The number one cause of Chromebook damage is dropping the device. Even if the damage isn't immediately apparent it makes a huge difference in Chromebook longevity! The best way to avoid dropping the device is to use the Chromebook on a desk or table, and to carry it appropriately. Students should close their Chromebook before carrying it, and make sure they are holding it securely. This applies at all times - even if they're bringing it to the teacher to ask them something, or bringing it to the library for tech support.
Volunteer Opportunity at PES!! The Parkside Annual Carnival is quickly approaching and would love your help. We need volunteers on Friday, April 19th from 5:45-8:15 PM. We are looking for THS students who would be willing to run carnival games and cheer the kids on as they play. Volunteering has many benefits, being part of your community, meeting new people and making new friends. If you are available to help please contact us by email us at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org and we will sign you up.
Hello THS Families! We are excited to announce that Student Led Conferences are just around the corner. This year conference week at THS will take place in the afternoon and evening on two days, March 26 and March 28 from 1:00 -3:30 pm and 5 – 7 pm. During Student Led Conferences, students will have the opportunity to share with their family members their academic progress, their experience at THS, and the plans they have for their future. If you wish to discuss academic progress with their teachers, please contact the teacher directly, or reach out to us at 360-264-3520. This year families will sign up for a conference date and time via Skyward. An email was sent via Skyward today from Terrie Beckford with instructions on how to sign up for your student’s conference via Skyward. Also, a reminder that from March 26-29 THS will run an early dismissal schedule where all students will be dismissed at 11:50 am. On Monday, March 25 we will have a regular scheduled school day. Sincerely, Dr. Cameron Principal Tenino High School
Who am I? What can I become? How will I become that? These are questions many of us ask throughout our lives — starting at an early age and, often, continuing through adulthood. https://readywa.org/high-school-and-beyond-plan-101/ Click on the link to Ready Washington, a coalition that provides resources and information to support students in planning their education-to-career paths — whichever paths they choose.
Parents of 9-11th graders. You are cordially invited to Tenino High School’s AP Information Night on Wednesday, March 13th, at 7 PM in the THS commons. AP (Advanced Placement) classes offer a rigorous, college-level curriculum. Passing an AP exam can earn a student college credit, and simply succeeding in the class will give a student an advantage getting into college. Approximately ¾ of colleges say that the number one thing they look for in an applicant is how many AP courses the student took. In addition, students who take an AP class tend to do better in college since they are used to the rigorous workload. Students who are not planning to go to college can also benefit from taking an AP class as they teach skills and a strong work ethic. The school is excited to offer multiple AP classes that students can take next year, including our first ever AP class designed for 9th graders (AP Human Geography). In addition, we are offering AP World History, AP United States History, AP Government, AP Language, AP Literature and AP Statistics. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, March 13th, at 7 PM, where each AP teacher will explain their course to assist students in registering for next year’s classes!
Juniors and Seniors! The Better Business Bureau “Students of Integrity Scholarship” is due Monday, March 11th. This is your chance to win up to $5,000 in scholarships. Check your school email for details on how to apply.
Check out this High School and Beyond Plan resource. https://readywa.org/beyond/en/ Students you need to continue to work on your HSBP and Student Led Conference materials between CCC days. Ms Dauer has SAT scores. Please see her if you need yours.
Snow Days Make Up: Because we cancelled two school days due to snow this year the last school day for students at THS will be Mon., June 17, 2019. This will be an early release half day. Only districts who missed three or more days are eligible for the State waiver.
The Advanced Placement (AP) Informational meeting (originally scheduled for today, 2/25/2019) has been cancelled. We apologize for the late notice.
The PSAT 8/9 will be on February 27th. Sign-up is in the main office. This is for Freshmen only.
Reminders:: There will be a Student Council Meeting this Friday on Feb 22 during 1st lunch. All class and club officers are expected to attend and any student in first lunch are encouraged to attend.
Save the Dates for Student Led Conferences Monday, March 25: Regular school day. Tuesday, March 26: Students dismissal time 11:50 am. Conferences 1 - 3:30 pm and 5-7 pm. Wednesday, March 27: Student dismissal time 11:50 am. No Conferences. Thursday, March 28: Student dismissal time 11:50 am. Conferences 1-3:30 pm and 5-7 pm. Friday, March 29: Student dismissal time 11:50 am. No Conferences.
The CCC Advisory Day is rescheduled for March 6, 2019.
Tenino Sports for Today Girls Basketball - Game Day finally!! Ladies head to Kings Way Christian to take on Stevenson for the 1st Round of District Playoffs!! Tip off is set for 6 pm, bus leaves at 3:30. Good Luck Beavers!!
This is an emergency weather message for all Tenino School District students, parents and staff. Due to the risk of icy roads in outlying areas, all Tenino schools will begin two hours late Thursday, February 14, 2019. There will be no morning pre-school or out of District Transportation. Breakfast will not be served. Staff should attempt to arrive as close to their normally contracted time as can safely be managed. Again, Tenino schools will begin two hours late tomorrow (Thursday, Feb. 14th) with no morning preschool or out of District transportation. Thank you.
Tenino schools will operate on the already scheduled 2 hour late start Wednesday, February 13, 2019. Buses will be on regular routes.
Due to weather, 1A District 4 Playoff Basketball Games have been rescheduled and set as follows: Wed 2/13 @ Kings Way Christian High School 5pm - Tenino Girls vs Stevenson 8pm - Tenino Boys vs Seton Catholic
Wednesday, February 13 Schedule Updates: We will hold a regular 7 period day, not a CCC day advisory schedule as originally planned. The UW Field Trip has been cancelled due to weather.
This is a message for all Tenino School District staff and families. Due to unsafe road conditions on outlying roads and a forecast for additional snow, all Tenino schools will be closed Tuesday February 12, 2019. All after school athletics and activities are also cancelled. Again, all schools in the Tenino School district will be closed Tuesday, February 12, 2019. Thank you.
Due to unsafe road conditions on outlying roads and a forecast for additional snow, all Tenino schools will be closed Monday, February 11, 2019. All after school athletics and activities are also cancelled.
Please find weather and transportation updates on the Tenino School District website, Facebook, and/or Twitter.
Tenino Athletes, grade checks are coming up. . . Are you ready? 1st semester ends tomorrow and grade checks will be Sat Feb 9th. Please make sure you are doing what you need to do to be eligible for the the post season of winter sports and the beginning of Spring sports!! If you have any eligibility questions, please see Coach Joe.
Are you interested in playing a Spring Sport this year for Tenino?! Baseball, Softball, Tennis, Track & Field, and Boys Soccer sign-ups are all in the office now so please stop by and add your name to the list. The spring season is scheduled to begin Monday, Feb. 25th so get signed up and please make sure you get cleared by noon Friday, Feb. 22nd. Please see Mrs. Madrid to find out what you need to be cleared.
To all Tenino School District and parents, school will begin on time today February 5, 2019 with a few transportation changes. No buses will run on Wright Street, Blumauer Hill, Church Hill or Chein Hill. All other bus routes are operating normally. Breakfast will be served. Again, all Tenino schools will begin on time. Stay warm out there and have a good day..
This is an emergency weather message for all Tenino school district staff and parents. Due to poor road conditions, all Tenino schools will begin two hours late today February 4, 2019. There will be no AM pre-school or out of District Transportation. No busses will run on Wright Street, Blumauer Hill, Church Hill or Chein Hill. Breakfast will not be served. Staff should attempt to arrive as close to their normally contracted time as can safely be managed. Again, Tenino schools will begin two hours late today with no AM preschool. Thank you.
If you are interested in changing your CCC Day clubs for next semester, see Mrs. Klene in the Library. Deadline February 1, 2019
There is a student council meeting this Friday during 2nd lunch in the library. All class and club officers are expected to attend. ALL students in 2nd lunch are welcome to attend. Refreshments will be provided.
Come to FOAM this Thursday at Western Coffee Company from 3:30 -5:30 pm. Hang out, drink cocoa and work on your art. We’ll have an open mic, tables for displaying your art, and workspace for hanging out and working on art. Bring your friends. - BTHAT
Attention THS seniors who are planning on continuing their education in STEM – which includes two- or four- year colleges or a technical degree or certificate – You are invited to apply to participate in STEM signing day. Boeing is proud to partner with Washington STEM to host STEM signing day which will recognize, celebrate, and honor high school seniors who are interested in pursuing a degree or career in STEM. Students will sign "letters of intent” to their chosen STEM field. Notify Dr. Cavanaugh if you are interested and start the application process. Apply today: https://washingtonstem.org/stemsigningday2019/
New Market Skills Center Students: There will be NO AM Session tomorrow, January 23rd at New Market Skills Center. Second session will run as scheduled, starting at 11:10.
Last call for Grade Accountability Cards. Bring your completed cards to Dr. Cavanaugh to be entered into a $10 drawing. Drawing on Wednesday.
The ASVAB test will be held on Wednesday, January 16th at 8:30am. Anyone interested in joining the military should take this test. For those not joining the military, it is a good test to take to find out more about careers that fit your strengths and interests. The test is free, and is open to Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.
Happy Holidays. Winter break begins on December 19 - January 1. Back to class on January 2, 2019
Reminder: Late Start Tomorrow, Wednesday December 5th!
WSIPC High School and Beyond Plan App Student User Guide has been posted to the THS website under documents. Remember this is a graduation requirement.
Hi Seniors and parents/ guardians! Just a reminder, the deadline for senior pictures and quotes is coming quickly! The final deadline is January 10th. You submit your 1 senior picture to this link: https://images.jostens.com/410533789 If you are prompted for a code, use the number at the end of the URL. Senior Ads: You can also use this link to purchase and create an ad for your senior! It is an amazing gift to your senior that will capture their memories forever! Quotes are emailed to me by January 10th as well. Please make sure they are school appropriate!! If you have any questions, please let me know. Thank you, Ms. Emma Unsworth
The 2016 Healthy Youth Survey shows that students who reported vaping, smoking, and using tobacco may be at increased risk for using other substances and experiencing depressive symptoms and thoughts of suicide. Smoking and vaping are observable but co-occurring mental health and substance use issues may not be. Smoking and vaping can indicate a need for social-emotional care and health supports.
FAFSA Fridays Free Financial Application Assistance When: Friday October 19th, 26th and November 2nd, 9th, and 16th Time: 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm Where: Meet on the 2nd floor of the Trans Alta Commons, in front of Financial Aid Office Staff will be available to assist with completing: • FAFSA or WASFA Bring your 2017 tax return (1040, 1040A, 1040EZ) if filed and/or W2 form(s) SPONSORED BY Centralia College’s Financial Aid Department
Need money for college? Tenino High school is hosting a FAFSA workshop on Monday, November 5th from 6-8pm. Any senior applying to a 4 year, 2 year, or technical college are invited to come with their parents or guardians. Centralia College will have financial aid experts available to help. Come prepared! Please come with the documents listed in this link: https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/help/info-needed.
8th Annual Tenino Marching Band Festival and Drumline Battle October 20th, 2018 Tenino High School Beaver Stadium 12:30pm https://teninomarchingbandfestival.weebly.com/
THS JV soccer for tonight, has been postponed and pushed to tomorrow. 10/17 4:30 vs Olympia C-team @ Beaver Stadium
To our Families and Community, Due to recently sustained injuries to several of our players, we will be unable to safely field a competitive team for the varsity football game versus Montesano High School on October 19, 2018. The District has decided to cancel this event after discussions with District Administration, our Head Coach Cary Nagel, and our players. We collectively believe erring on the side of safety is in the best interest of our student-athletes. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Volunteer Hours Documentation Forms are now on the THS website under Documents then 18-19 School Year.
High Schoolers we need you to be a Big Brother or Big Sister! Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington is looking for mentors to meet with 3rd grade students at TES once per week, on Wednesdays, from 3:00 - 4:00pm. Big Brothers Big Sisters strive to provide a mentor for every child who needs or wants one. Bigs are taught how to be the best mentor for a Little. Once you are matched with a Little, you will engage in a variety of activities from shooting hoops and hanging out to reading a book together. Anyone can be a mentor. It is about starting a consistent friendship and inspiring positive change to empower children to believe they can achieve what they never dreamed possible. Being a Big will be one of the most enjoyable and fulfilling things you do, while also being a force of change in our community. See me or Drs. Cavanaugh or Cameron if you are interested in being a mentor for a 3rd grader in coordination with the Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Homecoming Dance Saturday at 8pm to 11pm in the THS commons. Come early for pics at 7pm. Tickets for sale at lunches & @ door. $15 per person.
Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey Our District is participating in the Washington State 2018 Healthy Youth Survey during fall of 2018. The Healthy Youth survey includes questions related to physical activity and diet, unintentional and intentional injury, substance use, risk and protective factors, access to school-based services, and sexual behaviors, abuse and orientation. Survey results are used by schools, communities and state agencies to plan programs to support our youth and reduce their risks. Participation in the survey is voluntary and the students' answers are anonymous. Please read the Parent and Student Notification Letter for more information about the Healthy Youth Survey at http://5il.co/4uv0.
Get ready for homecoming, next week! Monday: Twin Day Tuesday: Career/College Day Wednesday: Color Wars Thursday: Throwback, Nerd vs. Jocks Friday: Red & Black
Thanks for a great first day! Students did a fantastic job finding their classrooms, parking in the designated lots, and getting ready to learn. Student Information Booklets are coming home for parent review. Please review the guidelines and returned signed half sheet to your first period teacher.
Hello THS Students and Parents, Tomorrow we begin the 2018-19 school year, and we are very excited for the first day! Please allow some extra time in and around the high school for pick-up and drop-off. School begins at 8:25 am and ends at 3 pm. Student schedules will be available at 8 am in the following locations: 9th Grade – Commons 10th Grade – Gymnasium 11th Grade – Library 12th Grade – Music Room A reminder that cell phones are not allowed for use in the classroom, and hats are not allowed to be worn inside the building. See you tomorrow! Dr. Cameron
Tenino School District and Teachers Reach Contract Agreement--School will start on time.
First day of school: Students can pick up schedules from 8:10-8:25am. Go to the below locations to pick up your revised schedule. 9th - Commons 10th - Gym 11th - Library 12th - Music Room
Yearbook sales are up and running! Yearbooks are at the lowest price of the year, the $50 rate will end September 28th, act fast! Follow this link to purchase your Yearbook online http://jostensyearbooks.com/?REF=A09104900 or see Mrs. Madrid in her office to buy one. Direct any other questions to Ms. Unsworth at email@example.com
Preperation for paving at Beaver Stadium has begun!! With this, Stadium Parking is closed through the week. Please plan accordingly. Parking at THS or TMS is advised. #onTenino #goBeavs
Back to School Registration August 21. See the times below: 8:30-9:30 Seniors 9:30-10:30 Juniors 10:30-11:30 Sophomores 12:30-2:00 Freshman Come take your school picture, parking permit, locker, schedule, and Chromebook.
Summer school days update: Dates: June 26-August 2, 2018 (No summer school check-in opportunities on July 4 and 12) Revision: Summer School will be closed on July 12 only. We’re open on July 10 & 11.
Summer School students MUST check in at THS* once per week for an hour. Most work can be completed off site. Students not making adequate progress will be required to spend additional time at THS.
The THS office will be closed from July 2 - July 30.
June 20, 2018 Bell Schedule 1st period:8:25-8:51 2nd period: 8:55-9:21 3rd period: 9:25-9:51 4th period: 9:55-10:21 5th period: 10:25-10:51 6th period: 10:55-11:21 7th period: 11:25-11:50
Skyward/Family Access/WSIPC is back online. We are working hard to get caught up with a weeks worth of paperwork. Thanks for your patience.
Due to a system outage within WSIPC, (Washington Schools Information Processing Cooperative), Skyward is temporarily experiencing a service disruption statewide. This means Skyward Family Access as well as the ability to post to student lunch accounts will be unavailable until the issue can be resolved. WSIPC understands the widespread impact this will have on district operations and has directed all available resources toward resolving the issue as quickly as possible, but the impacts of the outage may last several more days. We will keep you informed as they continue to secure a resolution. Thank you for your patience!
Seniors-Yearbook needs your pictures that you've captured during your senior year! It must be from the 2017- 2018 school year. Email them to Brook Bain firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb 1st!
EXTENDED DEADLINE & NEW INFO: Hey THS Parents and Guardians! Here is the link to submit your students' senior photos! The new deadline is January 15th! Please also email a copy to Ms. Unsworth at email@example.com You can also follow the link to buy your Yearbook! Don't wait! https://images.jostens.com/408913626
Conferences are scheduled in the Commons on November 6, 7, and 8, from 1:00 pm –3:30 pm. There is an evening conference session on Wednesday, November 8 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. No sign-ups needed.
What are your post secondary goals? THS is hosting the annual College Fair Wednesday, 10/25! 5th - 7th periods students will be released to talk with college representatives.
Wear your Red & Black on Friday!!
Attention seniors! Senior pictures are due by November 20th! Don’t wait. Get them turned in as soon as possible! https://images.jostens.com/upload.jsp
If you haven’t purchased your yearbook, now is the time! The discounted price ends on October 31st, get it while it’s cheaper! See Ms. Madrid
Homecoming Week Oct. 2-6! Pick out your outfits now! Be sure to dress up each day. Monday: America Tuesday: 80’s Wednesday: Western Thursday: Holiday Friday: Red and Black Day
Help end chronic absence. Join the Attendance Campaign and get kids in #SchoolEveryDay : k12.wa.us/attendance #AttendTodayAchieveTomorrow
Beaver Bash! Friday (9/8) from 5:15-6:15pm on corner of Lincoln & Howard (the gravel parking lot). Get your spirit gear and have a snack. Pregame fun!
Tickets for the game: $5.00 adult ticket $4.00 student with ASB $5.00 for student without ASB THS students w/ ASB cards = FREE $110.00 All Sports Family Pass $60.00 All Sports Individual Pass
TSD Online Portal is Closing at 2:30pm for buying a Family Sports Pass and/or ASB card for tonights game. You need to have it purchased by 2:30 today.
Open house starts at 5:30 tonight, come to THS and join us!!
On Tuesday, August 22, students will be able to pick up schedules, check out lockers, take school pictures, pick up ASB/student ID cards, fill out emergency contact forms, complete Family Chromebook orientation (once per family), and purchase Chromebook insurance ($25.00 annually, max $100 per family). On August 22, please arrive according to the below times: Seniors 9 am – 10 am Juniors 10 am – 11 am Sophomores 11 am - noon Freshmen 1 pm - 3 pm
Students may be out and about, but we are here. If you would like to register your student, turn in a found library book, check in for your summer school class, or just come in to chat, we are here through June 30. Our office hours are 7:30-4:00pm Monday through Thursday. We will be closed for the month of July. Tenino High School is back open August 1st at 7:30am. The Tenino School Distirct Office is open during the month of July.