- TMS Spring Book Fair
- Water for South Sudan – Well Update!
- 6th Grade Outdoor School Parent Meeting
- ALICE Training – October 19th
- District Wide TAG (Talented and Gifted) Testing
- Thurston After School Academy
- Welcome New Staff to TMS!
- Oregon Health Plan Coverage
- School Attendance
- U OF O SAIL PROGRAM
- Peachjar is here!
- Outdoor School Photos are Posted!!!
- School Transfer Information
- Thurston High School Food Pantry
- Welcome to Thurston Middle School
Author Archives: Thurston Middle School
Our Book Fair Dates are March 13th – March 20th Please click this link for more information: TMS Spring Book Fair
Last year our 6th Grade Students participated in a wonderful fundraiser to help install a well in South Sudan. This week we received a letter that our TMS Well has been installed! Our well is number 360 of the wells … Continue reading
General Information Outdoor School Meeting Tuesday – January 29th, 2019 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm – in the Gym ODS Dates for this year: 1st session = June 3-5 Monday to Wednesday 2nd session = June 5-7 Wednesday to Friday … Continue reading
School Safety Training 10/19/2018 Safety of students and staff is of the upmost importance to Springfield Public Schools, and while tragic and highly covered by media, school violence is actually quite rare. We at SPS are acutely aware of the … Continue reading
District Wide TAG (Talented and Gifted) Testing ~ Springfield Public Schools On Saturday, March 16, 2019, Springfield Public Schools will hold their district wide Spring TAG Testing at Ridgeview Elementary School. The TAG test assesses whether or not your child … Continue reading
Thurston Middle and Willamalane are proud to offer an after school program that is open to all TMS students! Grades 6-8. More than just an after-school program, Thurston After School Academy offers intentional academic support that encourages academic growth by … Continue reading
TMS welcomes new staff this year! We are excited for our 18-19 School Year! Ashley Banks- 8th Grade Math/Science Mindy Henricks- Administrative Secretary Kendra Litalien- 6th Grade Language Arts/Social Studies Steven Twomey- 8th Grade Language Arts/Social Studies Francesca Wilson- 7th … Continue reading
The Oregon Health Plan is now open to more children and teens, regardless of immigration status. OHP is free health coverage for Oregonians who meet income and other criteria. It covers many health care services such as check-ups, tooth fillings, … Continue reading
School attendance matters! There are only a few reasons that are acceptable for “Excused Absence”: Illness Death in the Family Medical Appointment (please bring a note from Doctor) Reasons that are considered “unexcused” include haircuts, birthdays or other family celebrations, … Continue reading
SUMMER ACADEMY TO INSPIRE LEARNING What’s SAIL all about? SAIL is an innovative pipeline program that helps local eighth through twelfth graders prepare for college. SAIL offers free one-week summer camps, where students learn about various subjects from distinguished University … Continue reading