Bulldog Drool Newsletter
June 16, 2023
News to Know
- Pink Day Charity Winner
- Important Dates To Remember
- Color Explosion
- Laptop Hand Out For 8th Graders
- Lost and Found
- Volunteers Needed For 8th Grade Committee
- Summer Hours
- 8th Grade Pond Day
Message from the District Nurse
- NTMS Vaccines, Medicine Forms and Sport Physicals
- Tdap Vaccination For Next Years 7th Graders
- June Menu
** FOR SPORTS PLEASE SEE NTMS WEBSITE ATHLETICS CALENDAR**
19th: No School-Juneteenth
20th: School Board Meeting 6pm
21st: NO LATE START!! School starts at 7:45a / 8th Graders Last Day / Early Release for all at 10:50a / 8th Grade Celebration @ BLHS 6p / 8th Grade Graduation Party Until 11:00p
22nd:Early Release at 10:50a / Last Day of School for 6th & 7th Graders - Field Day
23rd: Office hours 8:00 - 3:00p
26th: Office hours 10:00 - 3:00p
27th - 29th: Office Hours 8:00 - 3:00p
June 30th - July 31st CLOSED
News To Know
Pink Day Charity Winner
We are excited to announce our students picked Shine for Isla for our Pink Day Charity Winner. The PTSA was able to donate $1842.12 that we raised through our Pink Day fundraiser.
Charities voted on were:
Avery Strong Foundation
Team Cozzi Foundation
Angel Wings Foundation
Angels for Hearts
Shine for Isla
Williams Syndrome Association
Important Dates to Remember
Last two days of school, we are on an early release schedule.
June 19th- NO SCHOOL-Juneteenth
June 21st- Early Release 7:45-10:50 am
June 22nd- Early Release 7:45-10:50 am
Hand out Purchased Laptops To 8th Graders
Lost and Found
We really need volunteers to make this night amazing for our kids! We are so excited to celebrate North Tapps class of 2023 8th graders on June 21st! Please consider signing up, we can't do this without you! We need help with the Graduation Ceremony at Bonney Lake High School and the after party at North Tapps. The sign up has the time as well as location we need help at. You can even sign up for more than one slot if the times don't overlap. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle at email@example.com or 253-677-8385.
Please click n this link to sign up: NTMS 8th Grade Ceremony and Party-2023
IMPORTANT: All Volunteers must complete this Volunteer Form by June 16th. Volunteer Application 2022-23 - This is just the regular safety check that needs to be done to be helping at any of the Dieringer schools. I you think you already turned one in please email Tammy. Please email the form to Tammy at firstname.lastname@example.org or drop it off at the North Tapps office.
SUMMER OFFICE HOURS
Pond Day For 8th Grade Science Classes
Message From the District Nurse
NTMS Vaccines, Medicine Forms and Sport Physicals
Parents, make your students’ health provider appointments for next school year NOW as clinics are booked months in advance! Some clinics have begun charging a fee to complete paperwork outside an appointment. Click on the links below to access more information and forms:
· Medication authorization paperwork for medicine taken at school. A new form is required each school year. We also accept medication authorization forms from your child’s provider.· Sports physicals if your student will play sports (complete every two years).
6th Grade Families: Tdap Vaccination is Required for 7th Grade Attendance!
*MyIR link below corrected for easier printing of immunization records
Dear 6th grade families:
-Per Washington State law, all students attending 7th grade must have one dose of Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, and acellular pertussis) vaccine. Tdap vaccine must be given at or after age 10 to be accepted for school entry.
-Your child’s health care provider can print proof of vaccination for you, or you can print it from MyIR, which is a free Department of Health online tool that allows families to view and print their official immunization records themselves. Go to MyIR to register for access to your family’s records.
-Please email this proof of vaccination to Kristin Liedtke, NTMS Health Tech, at email@example.com, or bring it to school during open office hours.
-Appointments for vaccines can be made at one of the resources listed here. Make appointments early, as vaccine appointments may be full in late August and in September! Other recommended vaccines may be offered by your provider.
*If your student has a Certificate of Exemption on file for the tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis vaccine, this is still valid.
Terry Woodall, BSN, RN
- 988 Mental Health and Suicide Prevention line (24 hours a day)
- 1-800-833-6546 Teenlink (provides support for youth and teens every evening 6:00-10:00 pm)
- 1-800-576-7764 Pierce County Crisis Lne (24 hours a day)
- 211 Helps to find resources in: paying bills, housing, food resources, etc.
Principal: David Uberti, firstname.lastname@example.org
Counselor: Jennifer Roscoe, email@example.com
Counselor: Kristine Brubaker, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tech Coach: Dietrich Baker, email@example.com