- Feb. 8 – Highline College at THS – Career Center at 10:10 am
- Feb 8 – Leadership Retreat leader training, 7-9pm
- Feb. 9 – Bellevue College at THS – Career Center at 10:10 am
- Feb 9 – Chamber Choir and Resonate, 7pm
- Feb, 10 – Girls Who Code Summer Program Info Session – Career Center – 2:15 pm
- Feb 10 – Senior Halfway There, 6pm, in THS Commons
- Feb. 11 – Renton Technical College at THS – Career Center at 10:10 am
- Feb 15-19 – Mid Winter Break, no school
- Other Information: Information on State Testing (Smarter Balanced Assessments, EOC, etc), Academic Support (The Hub), Connecting to TSD Wi-Fi, Office 365 for students, Graduation
Spring Sports include baseball, fastpitch, boys’ soccer, girls’ tennis and track. Once you have done the online registration, your student needs to stop by the cashier’s office to obtain a note stating they have an ASB card and no fines. They then take the note to the Athletic Secretary to get the pink card which is required to practice.
Annual Faculty Concert will be held in the TMS auditorium on February 5th, at 7pm. TSD music teachers and Elvis impersonator Steve Sogura will be performing both solo and group numbers. A $5 suggested donation goes to the Mary Lou Harting Memorial Fund. The proceeds will be granted to graduating Tahoma music students.
Grad Ad preview nights will be February 3rd and February 10th at 6-8pm room 506. Yearbook staff will be on hand to make any adjustments. Grad ads will NOT be on sale during this time.
The THS Chamber Choir and Resonate will perform at Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church at 7pm on Tuesday, Feb. 9th. The featured extended work will be the world premier performance of “Spirit Song” by Kenneth Riggs.
On Saturday, January 9th Tahoma High School’s We the People team earned the honor of representing our state and the Tahoma School District at We the People Nationals in Washington, D.C. the end of April. They have been at this since June 2015 – their work ethic has been inspiring and their performance, articulately applying constitutional principles, was exceptional. They will be representing our state and the Tahoma School District at We the People Nationals in Washington, D.C. the end of April.
The school closures caused by power outages on 12-9-15 will be made up on 1-26-16, which was scheduled as a semester break day. The revised calendar was approved by the Tahoma School Board on 12-15-15. January 26 will be a “Blue Day” for students in grades 6-12. The new schedules can be found at the following link: Revised Blue/Gold Calendars
The Tahoma Dance Team will be hosting its annual dance/drill competition on Saturday, January 23 at Tahoma High School. Doors open at 11:15 am and performances begin at noon. Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for students, and $2 for seniors and children. In addition to the Tahoma High School and Tahoma Junior High Dance Teams, there will be teams from Kentwood, Kentlake, Cedar Heights Middle School, Cedar Heights Junior High, Newport, Highline, Todd Beamer, Mount Rainier, Gig Harbor, Puyallup, Black Hills, and Union. Two local studios—Dance Arts and Dance Expressions—will have groups performing as well.