Scholarships for College Bound 7th & 8th Grade Students

The College Bound Scholarship is a program for low income youth who might not consider college because of the cost. Students sign a pledge in the 7th or 8th grade to be good citizens, graduate high school, and gain admission to college. If their families meet the income requirements and the students have fulfilled the pledge then the state will cover the cost of tuition (at public institution rates) at a public or private university, community or technical college or private career college. See the [ http://www.wsac.wa.gov/PreparingForCollege/CollegeBound ]Web site for applications Brochures are available in the office at TMMS.

Social Media Workshop for Middle and High School Parents

Parent Workshop with Candyce Bollinger
Topic is Social Media (for middle and high school parents)
Capital High School Theater
April 22nd, 6:30-8:30pm
Contact Erin Johnson with questions at 596-8028

Yearbook Pictures!!!

Parents and students!! If you want to add pictures to the yearbook, you can submit them for review by the yearbook committee. Click on the read more link below to send your great pics!

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Take Our Budget Survey!

Each spring the Olympia School District plans and enacts its annual budget. One of our goals is to gather as much community feedback as possible. As part of that effort, we are pleased to offer an online survey to seek your opinion about where the District should concentrate its resources. The information you provide will be used to help the Superintendent and School Board build and implement the District’s 2014-15 school year budget. The survey takes about 10 minutes to complete. At the end of the survey you will find an open-ended question where you can offer additional ideas and feedback. We invite you to take the survey at the link below. Thank you for helping us set spending priorities for your local school district!

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Parents: How to Manage Your District Phone Calls

You can now manage how and where you receive phone calls from the school district.

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