- December 5 – Leadership Class Applications for next year are available. Due December 21.
- December 9 – Boys Basketball Spirit Spotlight, 7:15 pm.
- December 12 – Leadership Retreat Leader meeting,7-9 pm.
- December 15 – Winter Pep Assembly, 2:15 pm.
- December 16 – Treble/Community Choir @ TMS, 7 pm.
In light of the snow in the weather forecast, tonight’s Winter Art Flurry Reception has been cancelled. We regret any inconvenience this may cause.
Student artwork can be submitted to the June Spring Fling show.
If you have any questions please contact Ms. McCoy!
Yes it is early, but with registration happening the beginning of January this year we need to start this process now. Juniors and sophomores who would like to be in next year’s Leadership Class to serve our school and help create the traditions at our new high school should consider applying. Applications and staff recommendation forms will be available starting December 5 in the Main Office and Room 407. They are due by December 21. They are also available on Dave Peters’ Swift Site. If you have any questions, see Mr. Peters in Room 407 or contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you itching to exercise your green thumb? Well wait no longer, because although the weather may be cooling down, Green Team is heating up with more ways you can get active in order to promote sustainability and give back to your environment. We have some incredible service opportunities coming up, and would love for you to help us out. Also, if you want to stay up to date with all things Green Team, be sure to follow us on Facebook , Twitter, and Snapchat @TahomaGreenTeam!
After going undefeated in league the Tahoma varsity volleyball team finished 7th at the state tournament. After losing in the first round to Mead they came back strong sweeping Puyallup 3-0, then beating top ranked West Valley 3-0 and finally taking down Lake Stevens 3-1. Junior Emily Smith was one of six hitters named to the all-state tournament team. Way to go Bears!
‘A hilarious rendition of “You Can’t Take It With You,” the heartwarming comedy presented by Tahoma High School Drama, plays November 11-19, 2016. Join in on the fun and support these talented actors as they bring to life a very entertaining version of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play, directed by Paul Rempfer, with 1930s-era costuming by Jeanine Girello.
Three generations of an eccentric and idealistic family, The Sycamores, have been living their peculiar lives together in their Manhattan home pursuing what makes them happy. But when their only practical daughter, Alice Sycamore, becomes engaged to Tony Kirby, a bank Vice President, the clan must meet the new in-laws, a high-powered wealthy Wall Street family with their own firm ideas about success. Disaster ensues when The Kirbys arrive for dinner on the wrong date and, despite the best-laid plans, sees Alice’s family in all of its crazy glory. By evening’s end, the free-thinking Sycamores and very proper Kirbys spend some life-defining moments with one another. You won’t want to miss this very entertaining evening!
Tahoma High School’s “You Can’t Take It With You” plays November 11, 12, 18 & 19 at 7 p.m. and Saturday matinees November 12 and 19 at 2 pm. Two different casts of actors will rotate performance dates as follows: Blue Cast: Nov. 11 & 12 at 7 pm & Nov 19 at 2 pm. Gold Cast: Nov. 12 at 2 pm & Nov 18 & 19 at 7 pm. Performances are at the Tahoma Middle School Theatre at 24425 SE 216th St., Maple Valley. Tickets are sold at the door beginning one hour before showtime. $10 adults, $7 students and senior citizens, and $5 for children under 5.
“You Can’t Take It With You”, written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, is presented through special arrangement with Dramatists Play Service, Inc., New York. Director: Paul Rempfer, Asst Director: Joscelyn Strasser, Costume Design: Jeanine Girello, Set Design & Contruction: Paul Rempfer & Kelly Boyle, Stage Manager: Ella Weiner, Sound & Lights: Colleen Sherman. More info at www.TahomaDrama.org
You Can’t Take It With You: Blue Cast
Nov 11 & 12 at 7 pm / Nov 19 at 2 pm
Penelope Sycamore – Lindsay Harmon; Essie Carmichael – Sawyer Scott; Rheba – Astrid Quintanilla; Paul Sycamore – Nathan Whiting; Mr. De Pinna – Everett Wall; Ed Carmichael – Rylan Ellis; Donald – Jack Duggan; Martin Vanderhof – Sam Bennett; Alice Sycamore – Lexi Godsil; Mr. Henderson – Bennett Campbell; Tony Kirby – Alec Downing; Boris Kolenkhov – Kekoa Cerbana; Gay Wellington – Elsa Miller; Mr. Kirby – Carson Weisberg; Mrs. Kirby – Maddy Parker; Grand Duchess Olga – Elizabeth Davis; G-Men/Women: Gabriel Tonderum, Corinne Holloway, Ryan Gourley, Laura Myers, Alyssa Burkhead, Esther Oosterhout.
You Can’t Take It With You: Gold Cast
Nov 12 at 2 pm / Nov 18 & 19 at 7 pm
Penelope Sycamore – Morgan Roberts; Essie Carmichael – Sydney Lindell; Rheba – Emma Nickel; Paul Sycamore – Bennett Campbell; Mr. De Pinna – Kekoa Cerbana; Ed Carmichael – Alec Downing; Donald – Matiyos Hopper; Martin Vanderhof – Everett Wall; Alice Sycamore – Marisol Gonzalez; Mr. Henderson – Ian Bridges; Tony Kirby – Sam Bennett; Boris Kolenkhov – Justice Hainsworth; Gay Wellington – Christina Ring; Mr. Kirby – Nathan Whiting; Mrs. Kirby – Allyson Missler; Grand Duchess Olga – Sophia Heinz; G-Men/Women: Maddi Fickel, Katrina Paige, Maddie Bjorn, Krista Kagan, Ruby Borden, Natalie Reynolds
Tahoma HS Cross Country finished of their season with both teams in the top 10 at State. The boys finished 7th and the girls 6th. Top runner for the boys was Dawson Besst who finished 6th overall. Bre Glover also had a 6th place finish and made Tahoma XC history by becoming the top finisher since joining 4A in 1997. Congratulations to the entire XC team!!!