Tenino School District

December 17, 2021

A Message from our Superintendent

First, I would like to thank everyone who helps contribute to the education of our students and for supporting a positive and healthy learning environment. Tenino is a fantastic community, dedicated to the care and safety of our students and staff. As 2021 comes to a close, we look forward to a new year filled with hope and optimism. The Tenino School District continues to focus on the positive aspects provided for our students for the 2021-22 school year. We believe that focusing on the positive will yield positive results for our students. We believe that our students deserve to be surrounded by caring adults who are hopeful, optimistic, and positive. Lastly, we believe in the importance of building resilience within our staff, students, and community so that we will continue to thrive.

I am honored to serve as the Superintendent of the Tenino School District and continue to be impressed by our students and their passion for all things Tenino! Please enjoy the next few weeks to focus on all of the good things that are happening in our community.

All the Best,

Mr. Endicott

Tenino School District - Community Spotlight

Tenino Community Service Center

Thank you to the Tenino Community Service Center and their partnership with our school district! We were proud to have you as our Community Partner this month and look forward to continuing our work with TCSC.

Mr. Endicott delivers a Community Partnership Award to TCSC Outreach Coordinator, Jody Stoltz. Thank you for making a difference in our community.

Dates to Remember

December 20-31- Winter Break

January 12- ACT Day (Early Dismissal)

January 17- MLK Day (No School)

January 28- Last Day of the Semester (Early Dismissal)

Inclement Weather Update

Tenino School District Families,

Every year, inevitably, snow or severe weather conditions lead to a delay in school start times or the closure of our school buildings. We want to keep you updated about those decisions and strive to inform you as soon as possible of a school schedule change. Please see the link below to read an Inclement Weather Update from our Superintendent. You can find additional information on our website as well.

Inclement Weather Update

The Importance of Student Safety

Tenino School District Families & Staff,

As you know, earlier this week, we were made aware of some serious threats circulating on social media. The generic rumors about a possible school shooting (no specific school) tomorrow (12/17) were reported. We immediately reached out to the Tenino Police Department who continue to work closely with our district and are a fantastic partner in helping ensure school safety. Please see the link below to read an update regarding these threats and what we are doing to ensure the safety of our students and staff. If you See Something, Say Something.

TSD Student Safety

Tenino School District Capital Levy-Facts & Information

The Tenino School Board has unanimously agreed to place a Technology & Safety Replacement Levy proposal before voters on the February 8, 2022 Special Election ballot. Capital levies are the primary funding source to ensure that every student has a safe, welcoming learning environment. School districts receive limited state or federal funding for improvements to school buildings.

The District relies on voter-approved capital levies to fund school construction and renovations, safety and security upgrades, building systems improvements, and major maintenance.

Capital levies provide most of the funding for important classroom technology and support for student learning, district technology systems, and technology infrastructure.

For additional information, please use the following link >>>> Capital Levy-Facts & Information