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Tolo-Scream Your Own Theme

December 14, 2017 Leave a comment

Prom 2016Tolo means girl ask boy! (But you can do what you want: come alone, in groups, whatever!) Scream Your Own Theme means you and your date, or your group, pick your own theme to dress around.  We will have multiple photo backdrops. We will be doing it at Wilderness Lodge–very cool setting- February 3, 8 to 10:30pm. Sales begin on January 8 for $7 a person. Prices go up on January 22 to $10 and on January 30 to $12.  Sales end February 1. No sales at the door. Guest Passes are due January 31.

Tahoma Dance wins Bellevue Competition

December 14, 2017 Leave a comment

Tahoma’s Hip Hop team placed 1st at the Bellevue Competition on Saturday, December 9th. Hannah Knauss also placed 2nd in the Novice Drill Down. Way to go, Tahoma Gold!

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Leadership Retreat Sales

December 12, 2017 Leave a comment

20170303_140055Our annual Leadership Retreat will be March 2 and 3. Camper sales will begin January 8 and will be first come, first served until full or February 2, whichever comes first. We have filled up very quickly some years. To claim a spot, we need a completed Field Trip form (available at cashier and room 104) along with payment ($90). Scholarships are available to those with financial need. See Mr. Peters in Room 104 or contact him at dpeters@tahomasd.us.

Winter Spirit Week

December 5, 2017 Leave a comment

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Choir Concert – Blow, Blow, Thou Winter Wind

December 1, 2017 Leave a comment

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Choir Concert – Noel

November 29, 2017 Leave a comment

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Miracle on 34th Street opens Friday Dec. 1st!

November 26, 2017 Leave a comment

Just in time for the holiday season, the first-ever community production on the stage at the new high school will open Dec. 1.

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“Miracle on 34th Street, the Play,” is a classic holiday story that is fun for all ages. This comedy-drama tells the tale of a man living in a retirement home who gets a job working as Santa for Macy’s Department Store. Named “Kris Kringle,” the man changes the spirit of the holiday season for the better by challenging the blatant commercialism that surrounds us. The show is the first annual holiday community production planned for the new stage, presented through a joint partnership between Tahoma Drama Club and the Tahoma Performing Arts Boosters, and directed by Melissa Bean.

“This has been a wonderful way to celebrate our first year in our new performing arts center — by having the community members who helped make this new building possible be a part of one our first theatrical productions. This has truly been a Maple Valley community endeavor, and it has been amazing to see so many wanting to be involved,” Bean said.

“Miracle” stars Tahoma staff members in several roles: THS teacher Jeff Heil as Fred and Glacier Park teacher Debbie Arnold as Doris. Tahoma High teacher Martina Morgan plays Ms. Bloomingdale and Tahoma bus driver Ken Kinnear plays Judge Harper. A number of Tahoma students also fill cast roles.

“Miracle on 34th Street, the play,” is presented through special arrangement with and authorized performance materials supplied by Dramatic Publishing, New York, NY. The play was adapted by Mountain Community Theatre from the novel written by Valentine Davies based on the Twentieth Century Fox motion picture “Miracle on 34th Street.”

Tickets are available now for purchase online with reserved seating, and will also be available at the door beginning one hour before each showtime. Performances are at the Tahoma Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. on December 1, 2, 7, 8, and 9th; and matinees are at 2 p.m. on December 2 and 9. Tickets are $10 for general seating, $8 for senior citizens, $5 for children younger than 10. Buy tickets online at https://tahomadrama1.brownpapertickets.com/ or at the door.

For more information, visit www.TahomaDrama.org

Tahoma Band members earn All-State honors

November 25, 2017 Leave a comment

Congratulations to the following Tahoma Band members who auditioned into the Washington All-State Honor Ensembles!  These students earned the opportunity to play with the top students in the state of Washington over President’s Day weekend at the State Convention. They will work with a renowned guest professional conductor and rehearse for three full days concluding with a fantastic concert on the final evening!

Marius Falconeer             Trumpet              All-State Symphony Orchestra
Michael Hogg                     Trombone           All-State Symphony Orchestra
Claire Cunningham          Clarinet                All-State Wind Ensemble
Dakota Huffman               Tenor Sax            All-State Wind Ensemble
Ethan Burt                           Tuba                      All-State Concert Band
George Praggastis            Clarinet                All-State Concert Band

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L to R: Marius, Ethan, Dakota, Michael. Not pictured: George, Claire

Another example of our Tahoma community supporting the hard work and great successes of our Tahoma students!