General Info for THS Students
Information from Bear Bytes can be found here.
Smarter Balanced Assessments (SBA) Testing is happening!
Sophomores & Juniors will be testing in math, ELA and science and are scheduled for April 18th, 19th (Math), April 25th and 26th (ELA) and May 26th (science/Juniors only).
All 10th graders are encouraged to participate as it is the quickest way to meet the Washington State Graduation Pathway requirements.
11th and 12th graders who did not meet standard as a 10th grader should plan to re-test.
Tahoma High School will administer these tests during a special testing schedule in the morning of each day listed below. Our adjusted bell schedule will follow testing. Students will not be missing any class time during testing this year. Please help us minimize interruption by ensuring your student is on campus for these testing dates. Students who will not be testing will be on campus doing alternative learning experiences.
10th grade Math: April 18 and 19 from 7:35-10:05 AM
10th Grade ELA: April 25 and 26 from 7:35-10:05 AM
11th Grade Science: May 26 (Green Day) from 7:35-9:05 AM
Should you have any questions, please reach out to Maret Unruh, THS Associate Principal, at email@example.com.
Spring Future Ready Day is coming on Friday, May 26th
Friday, May 26 is Spring Future Ready Day! This is a Green Day, which means students do not attend their regular classes.
Freshmen will be participating in a service project by placing flags at the Tahoma National Cemetery for Memorial Day. They will be getting more information from their freshmen social studies/Freshmen Success Teachers.
Sophomores will participate in a Mini Future Ready Day focused around education and training options for after high school. Click here to view seminar choices and registration instructions; slideshow explaining registration. Registration closes on Monday, May 8 at 2:15 pm. Students are getting more information from their English teachers.
Juniors will be taking the Washington Comprehensive Assessment for Science. Students will get information about testing in their email closer to the testing date. The school day for students in grades 9-11 is from 7:35-11:15 am. No lunch will be served, but breakfast will be available in the morning.
Seniors will be doing their Senior Presentations in the afternoon. (They do not attend school in the morning.) They need to report to their assigned room by noon and will be finished around 2:30-3:00 pm. More information about Senior Presentations here.
Summer sports registration opens on FamilyID on May 1st. Summer sports include football, football-managers, girls' soccer, cross country, dance, boys' basketball, and boys' and girls' wrestling.
Yearbook distribution for underclassmen
Pick-up will take place on June 2nd during Spring Fling if they pre-ordered a year book.
If you did not pre-order a yearbook, you can purchase a yearbook starting June 5th at the cashier's window.
PROM TICKET INFO
Prom is scheduled for June 3rd at Block 41 in Seattle from 8-11 pm. Tickets go on sale May 15th. This year’s theme is “Midnight Masquerade”; masks will be provided with ticket purchase.
Guest pass forms are now available; they must be completely filled out and a copy of the guest’s photo ID (license/student ID card) attached BEFORE they will be accepted for approval.