- August 1 – Sports Clearance Begins
- August 11 – Counseling Office re-opens
- August 17 – Football begins
- August 22 – All other fall sports begin
- August 25 – Bear Days, JR’s/SR’s 9am-3pm
- August 26 – Sophomore Orientation, 9am-11am; Soph Bear Days 11am-3pm
- August 31 – Orientation for upperclassmen transfers, 9-10am
- September 1 – First Day of School
The Tahoma Tradeshow will be held on June 8th, 6-8pm, in the Tahoma High School Commons. This event is open to the public.
The Tahoma Marketing students will be representing local and national companies, offering free samples and product information. There will be 30 booths for you to browse through and ask questions to the sales representatives.
Here are some of the highlights:
- “Java Java Coffee Fest Tahoma”. This local coffee company will be offering samples.
- Come and try a 100% fruit smoothie from Chilin Dylan’s Smoothie Stand, The Bear Den’s own smoothie stand.
- THS Bear Computers will be at the tradeshow. They will be demonstrating how they refurbish and fix computers. The students will be distributing free computers to parents. Parents will be able to register and receive a free netbook computer.
Some of the other companies that will be represented are:
Mission Cable, Damaged Ear Wrestling Gear, Kirkland Signature, Regal Entertainment Group, BeeKings, Epic Customs, Java Java Coffee Co., Gatorade, CAF Environmental Solutions, Nike, Zetec, Casual Industrees, Umchu, jimmyCASE, Ike & Tash, Saint Laurent, Wheeler Painting, Zucati, Auburn Valley Humane Society, Mercedes Benz.
Hope to see you there!
Pre-order your copy of this years Graduation Ceremony and Senior Highlight Video now. For just $20 you can get either a digital download or DVD! Don’t miss your chance to capture this memory and have it forever.
On June 10th the Tahoma High School Video Production Program will film the ceremony. In the day’s following they will work to create the Digital Download and DVD’s and the finished produced will be distributed by mail/email by June 16th.
Click the link below to go to the order form. When you have submitted the order form you will be given a link to the schools e-funds site to make an electronic payment. If you prefer to order through a paper and pen method then stop by the cashier with $20 in the form of a check or cash and you can handwrite an order form when you make payment.
Questions? Email Mr. Haag at email@example.com.
If your student is interested in participating in the summer programs for Football, G Soccer, Volleyball, B/G Basketball, Wrestling or Cross Country you must do the online registration for that summer program through Skyward Family Access.
They will need a pink card to participate.
This past weekend at Mt. Tahoma HS, the Tahoma Bears Track & Field team finished an amazing season placing 5th in State for the boys and a 2nd place finish in State for the girls.
Andrew Sears (11), Tristan Houser (12), Graeme Schroeder (12) and Austin Brown (12) – 7th in the 1600 Relay
Miya Wilson (9) – 7th in the Long Jump
Caleb Brown (12) – 5th in the 110 High Hurdles
Madi Bucy (12) – 5th in the Javelin
Graeme Schroeder (12) – 5th in the 3200, 8th in the 1600
Olivia Ribera (11) – 5th in the 100 and 5th in the 200
Austin Brown (12) – 3rd in the 400 and 5th in the 200
Nami Wilson (9) – 3rd in the 100 and 8th in the 200
Ginny Mehl (11) – 2nd in the Javelin, 2nd in the Shot Put and 3rd in the Discus
Tierra Wilson (11), Miya Wilson, Nami Wilson and Olivia Ribera – 2nd in the 800 Relay.
Dez Humpries (12) – Shot Put
Tierra Wilson, Olivia Ribera, Miya Wilson and Nami Wilson – 400 Relay
For all State Results: http://www.athletic.net/TrackAndField/MeetResults.aspx?Meet=255650#525
Do you know a 10th grader? They will be taking the Biology End-of-Course exam from May 31 – June 3 during their science class. The Biology EOC is a graduation requirement.
If that 10th grader is anxious or just wants extra opportunities for help, they can go to http://swift.tahoma.wednet.edu/ths/eclub for some online resources, or see Mrs. Nance in Room 211 after school all this week!
Starting today, the Tahoma Track & Field will be sending its best to Mt. Tahoma HS in Tacoma to compete at State. The following students have qualified:
Dawson Besst – 10
Austin Brown – 12
Caleb Brown – 12
Tristan Houser – 12
Deszmon Humphries – 12
Andrew Klair – 12
Colin Marvin – 11
Bobby Say – 10
Graeme Schroeder – 12
Andrew Sears – 11
Abby Jean Blackwell – 10
Madi Bucy – 12
Elizabeth Gipson – 11
Breanna Glover – 10
Ginny Mehl – 11
Tenley Mjelde – 11
Olivia Ribera – 11
Peyton Shinnick – 12
Alisha Wilson – 9
Aliya Wilson – 9
Tierra Wilson – 11
These stellar students have achieved so much that local media has profiled the team TWICE:
All-around Field athlete Ginny Mehl: http://www.king5.com/sports/high-school/prep-zone-tahoma-tracks-ginny-mehl/215267683
The 4×100 relay team of Olivia Ribera & the Wilson sisters (Tierra, Alisha, and Aliya): http://www.thenewstribune.com/sports/high-school/article73257142.html
Head down to Mt. Tahoma and cheer our Bears on if you can!
Mia Corbin, Tahoma softball. Corbin smacked a three-run walk-off home run in the ninth inning to lift the Bears over Federal Way 8-5 in the West Central District tournament. A leadoff hitter who is normally known for her speed, Corbin went 4-for-5 at the plate to help Tahoma earn a state tournament berth.
Help Mia win by voting for her at this link: http://www.king5.com/sports/high-school/all-usa/week-10-all-usa-spring-performers-of-the-week/212004777