Proud Home of the Knights

Welcome to Tenino Middle School, home of the Knights. We are a 6th-8th grade school located in Tenino, Washington, a 102-year-old historic town. Our school has great community support. Parent volunteers have helped this school tremendously. We firmly believe that students excel when they know we care about them. Be assured that our teachers and staff care deeply about giving your child the best possible education. 

We’re glad you came to visit Tenino Middle School’s online home. We hope you’ll continue to stay familiar with our school. You’ll find that we update calendar dates and news items regularly for your convenience. We have also made the Student Handbook available for you to download. We welcome all calls for additional questions you may have!

Principal's Message

Dear Parents and Guardians,

This spring we invite you to take part in spring parent/teacher conferences at Tenino Middle School. Conferences are on March 28-31. This year we will be holding arena style conferences. Arena style conferences allow you to meet with as many or as few of your child’s teachers as you would like. You can expect approximately five minutes with each teacher per class that your student has with them. During conference days we will run on an early release schedule with dismissal time at 11:40 a.m. Conference slots will be available on Wednesday, March 29 and on Thursday, March 30 from 12:20 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. and on Tuesday, March 28 from 12:20 p.m. to 3:20 p.m. and from 5:20 p.m. to  6:25 p.m. Please contact the Tenino Middle School office starting on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, to schedule your conference. As always, students are welcome, and we encourage them to attend!

See you soon!

John Neal

John Neal
Principal

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If you are aware of a potential threat of violence or suicide, please call this number to report it. The line is staffed 24 hours a day, and your call can be anonymous.

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