Join NTPS and march in the Capital City Pride Parade! All students and families are invited in showing support for our LGBTQ+ students. Sunday, June 23rd meet at the Capital Building Steps at 11:30am. Look for the North Thurston Public Schools banner or visit the registration booth to be directed to our group. Learn more!
Leaving NTPS? Moving within the district and changing schools? Registering for the fall as a new student? Even though school offices are closed for the summer, you can come to the NTPS Service Center for help! See directions, hours, and more information!
Serve your community and help bring a voice to students in the area by joining the Lacey Youth Council. Open to 16-18 year olds (by September 1, 2019), that live and go to school in the Lacey City/Urban Growth Area. Apply today and be an active part of your community!
We want our students and community to stay healthy and strong this summer, and what better way then a free breakfast and lunch? NTPS Food & Nutrition Services is sponsoring a free breakfast & lunch program at Lacey, Lakes, Lydia Hawk, Timberline, and the Boys & Girls Club. See the dates and times. Have a great summer!
June 20, 2019 - The NTPS Program V.O.I.C.E. (Vocational Opportunities for Independent Community Employment) helps young adults with "developmental disabilities employability and community membership skills they need in life," says program lead Nina Davenport. Read the rest of the story.
June 20, 2019 - South Sound High School senior Brianna Diaz-Rojas not only volunteers in the community and her school, but she makes time to share her culture through dance and experiences. Congrats Brianna! Learn more about her.
June 20, 2019 - South Bay Elementary has been through a lot of changes since the doors opened in 1949, making it older than North Thurston Public Schools itself! From construction and other big changes, some things stay the same: being a place where students can express themselves and excel in more than just academics. Learn more about South Bay!