Principal Angela Grizzle of South Sound High School (SSHS) is one of the principals around the district being recognized this month for National Principals Month. As the leader of the district’s alternative choice high school, Grizzle believes that both encouraging and challenging her students is key to helping them graduate. Read More!
It was another successful year for the annual College & Career Fair - this was the 10th year and was hosted by North Thurston High School. Hundreds of families attended to check out all the options for life after high school. The College and Career Fair brings together over 150 vendors from different colleges and universities, community and technical colleges, apprenticeships, and military services, nonprofits and businesses who collectively offer a comprehensive range of college and career opportunities, along with financial aid and scholarship information. Read More!
This week is National School Lunch Week and is an opportunity to recognize the staff who serve our students school lunch (and breakfast) each day. “School meals are critical to student health and well-being, especially for our low-income students, and ensures that students have the nutrition they need throughout the day to learn and participate at school,” says Alicia Neal, Director of Food and Nutrition. Read More!
Read the Thurston Talk Article! The NTPS School Board invites the community to hear from a panel of behavioral health experts share their work with children and families on the critical issues of suicide, depression, and behavioral and mental health. Download the Agenda. How can we strengthen support in this area for our students? Oct 23, 5:30-7 PM, District Office. RSVP Today!