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!
Dear Parents/Guardians, and Students,
Spring is here, and Tenino Middle School students have numerous activities ahead. Please check the TMS calendar often so you can remind your students of upcoming events. Some spring highlights include:
- Student-led conferences (parent survey) - March 29 through April 1
- Eighth grade transition activities for advancing to ninth grade on April 19
- TMS band trip to Long Beach on May 1
- SBA, MSP, and MAP testing during April and May
- Band concert on May 18
- Choir concert on May 31
- Eighth grade trip to OMSI on June 3
- Step-up day on June 6 (fifth grade to TMS, eighth grade to THS)
- Eighth grade promotion breakfast on June 13
- Field day on June 13
This is a busy time of year, and summer will be here before we know it! Please do not hesitate to call the school if you have questions about the calendar or any of our planned activities. We still have lots of learning ahead!
Sherry Connally, Principal
24-Hour Threat Reporting Hotline: (888) 287-6157
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.
- Report threats of violence
- Report potential suicide
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- Information is reported directly to school administrators