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Learning Today for Tomorrow's Challenges             

Nate Salisbury, Principal
North Tapps Middle School

20029 12th Street E.

Lake Tapps, WA  98391

Office Phone: 253-862-2776

FAX:  253-862-2587


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Immunization Reminder                                                     

 Office Hours:  Friday, August 29th:  Office closed

                         Monday, September 1:  Office closed

                         Tuesday, September 2: Open 7:00-4:00

 

SEPTEMBER

2       First day of School - School begins at 7:49 am  

3       First ACE Day-school begins at 9:49 am-Periods 1-4-2-3

3       7th & 8th Grade Fastpitch practice begins - 2:30-4:00

3       8th Grade 1:1 and Parent Technology Information @ 9:30 am  

3       8th Grade 1:1 and Parent Technology Information Night 7-8:00 pm   

4       6th Grade Girls' Basketball practice begins-2:30-4:00

10      ACE Day - school begins at 9:49 am-Periods 3-4-5-6

15     NTMS Picture Day for those not @ Bulldog Days – in the morning

15     Ted Brown Instrument rental information night—NTMS-4:00-7:00 pm

17     ACE Day - school begins at 9:49 am-Periods 1-2-5-6

29     6th Grade Boys' Basketball practice begins-2:30-4:00

29     School Board Meeting 7:00 pm-DO

30-Oct. 3 NTMS 6th Grade Outdoor Education School @ Camp Cispus

Fifth Grade Parent Night - Power Point

Fifth Grade Parent Night - Handouts

 

**Please remember to check the Community Information section for great opportunities for students and families**

 

                                   
North Tapps Middle School PTSA

The Dieringer School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, honorably discharged veteran or military status, sexual orientation including gender expression or identity, the presence of any sensory, mental, or physical disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employee has been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:  Dr. Judy Neumeier-Martinson, Superintendent: Phone: 253.862.2537.

 
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