North Thurston Public Schools is seeking family and community feedback on how our schools, leadership and district can continue to improve student learning and our educational system. Click here to take this annual survey. Results will be posted on the website in the future. Thanks!
The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction has recently updated state graduation requirements for students in the classes of 2014 and beyond. Click here to view the requirements. Note: North Thurston Public Schools requires students to earn a minimum of 22.0 credits. See the Graduations Requirements page for more details. Questions? Please contact your student's counselor at 360-412-4823.
NTPS is looking for parents and community members who are willing to serve on an advisory committee that provides guidance and support on a wide range of subjects – from curricular revisions to work ethics to technical skills. Advisory committees meet three times a year, in the evening, and provided direction in areas such as software and hardware skills, work ethics, interview skills, and suitable dress, language, appearance, etc., appropriate to today’s business world. Click the bold headline to learn how you can get involved.