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  • Spring Student Led Conferences

    March 31st and April 1st from 11:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m., NTHS will be holding Student Led Conferences. These conferences are with the Advisor ONLY. Your student's other teachers will have Open House times if you wish to see them. Please click on BOLD text to find out how to schedule your conference. Please call if you have not made your conference. The NTHS building will be open until 11:30 am on Thursday 4/2 and Friday 4/3 after the Student Led Conferences days.

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  • Welcome NEW 9th graders for School Year 2015-2016

    Wednesday, April 15th, from 6:30 - 8:00 pm, NTHS will be hosting their NEW 9th graders for next year "Orientation and Informational Night". After an informational meeting in the Performing Arts Center, students will visit the gym and commons where athletics, clubs, and activities will have informational tables. Students will also turn in their preregistration form for next school year. See you there. This is a very important night.

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  • Senior Community Contact Hours Due March 27th

    CLASS OF 2015: 20 COMMUNITY CONTACT HOURS ARE DUE FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 2015 BY 2:30. Click on the bold head line for information about the Class of 2015 graduation requirements and High School and Beyond Plan

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  • Cheer Squad takes 3rd in State

    The NTHS Competitive Cheer group placed 3rd in the 2A/3A Small Tumbling division at the WIAA 2015 State Cheerleading Championships on January 31st. Nice work Cheer Staff! Be a part of RAM Cheer - Try outs are March 23-26 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm in the NTHS Gym.

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  • North Thurston DECA Students Top 7 at State Competition

    NTHS Students place in the top 7 in the state of Washington and earn a spot at the International Career Development Conference in Orlando Florida...Click Headline for More

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  • RAMS in Action Testify to Senate Committee on Distracted Driving

    NTHS RAMS in Action had the distinct honor to testify to the Washington Senate on Senate Bill 5656, enhancing the distracted driving law. The student group comprised of Erin Mason, Emily Sorenson, and Emily Krall...Click Headline for More

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