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    Thurston High School's main office will be open M-TH 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

    If you plan on playing a Fall sport.  Registration will open on July 1st.  This will include football, boys/girls soccer, boys/girls cross country, volleyball, cheer, and cabaret.  The deadline to get registered to be able to start practices on August 15th is August 3rd.  If you have any questions, please email Lisa Minium at:  lisa.minium@springfield.k12.or.us 
    The link to register  is here:
    Family ID

    If your student hasn’t picked up the 21/22 yearbook, you can do that in the front office thru the end of June.  

    The Registration Rodeo will be happening Tuesday, August 30th.  Watch for more information to come.

    HAVE A GREAT SUMMER COLTS!!

     ♥

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  • Pre-Register it will save you a ton of time!

    Parking

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  • Oregon Social Studies Teacher of Year! Mr. Tyler Nice

    Posted by Sherry Moore on 9/16/2022 12:35:00 PM

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    Amit Kobrowski from Oregon Department of Education  was here at THS to make the presentation. Congratulations! Tyler

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  • First Pep Assembly of the School Year - GO COLTS!

    Posted by Sherry Moore on 9/16/2022 11:55:00 AM

    Fun and GamesShow your school spirit!

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  • School Supplies

    Posted by Sherry Moore on 9/1/2022

    Back-to-School Supplies: In addition to a school-provided device and course-specific supplies, Thurston High School Teachers have compiled a list of items all students should have to engage fully in class.

    • All students should have a backpack, and a personal supply of:

    • paper

    • writing utensils (both pens and pencils)

    • highlighters

    • 1-2 notebooks

    • and a binder. Note: Teachers strongly recommend no zipper binders!

    • 9th/10th grades use scientific calculators such as a TI30XIIS or TI30XS.

    • 11th/12th grade students taking Algebra II or above are strongly encouraged to have a TI83 or TI84 calculator (these are allowed on CN or AP exams and the ACT/SAT). 

    • Student clothing should not depict drugs, alcohol, violence or harassment.

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  • Welcome back and Rodeo details

    Posted by Sherry Moore on 8/25/2022

                 

    Dear Thurston Students and Families,

     

    Welcome to the beginning of an exciting year at Thurston High School! We hope that this letter finds you rested and well. Our staff is prepared and excited to welcome your students to campus this fall. We hope your students are eager to connect and engage with all that Thurston High School has to offer.

     

    The THS Colt Rodeo is just around the corner on Tuesday, August 30th. Students should come ready to snap their school picture and tackle some before the first day of school details. The first day of class for 9th Grade students is Wednesday, September 7th, and all grades attend Thursday, September 8th. With many new faces, we also wanted to create a space to connect and welcome students and families back for an optional Meet ‘n’ Greet with Admin Ice Cream Social on September 6th, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

    We can’t wait to see you in-person! 

     

    In this Newsletter: 

    1. THS Colt Rodeo - August 30th: The Details

    Recommended: School Fees - pay in advance online (see below)

    1. Online Registration Verification Process - reminder to complete prior to the Rodeo

    2. Back to School Supplies - recommended supplies

     

    We’ll see you at the Rodeo! Go Colts!

     

    Your Thurston Admin Team

    Principal Pelster and APs Thompson, Watson and Campbell

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    THS “Rodeo” DETAILS.   

     

    When:      Tuesday, August 30, 2022

    Who:        11th & 12th grade   (9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.) 

              9th & 10th grade    (12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.) 

    Where:   THS Courtyard

     

    Come prepared to:

    • Verify that your students' profile information, including emergency contact information, has been received by the school. This information is updated by using the online verification registration.

    • Receive your tentative schedule (schedules are subject to change)

    • Pay Fees On-Site - Associated Student Body ($30)  General School Fee ($25) 

    or Pay Fees In Advance - https://tinyurl.com/THSASBFee and https://tinyurl.com/THSStudentFee 

    • Purchase parking space ($30) – Must have a valid driver’s license to purchase

    • Have Student Body/ID Card picture taken (required)

    • Have school pictures taken (optional and information included)

    • Receive information on the 2022-23 yearbook (optional)

    Bring in - Proof of Address (if not uploaded during online verification registration and due by Oct. 15th)

     

    Online Registration Verification Process: As soon as possible, and prior to the THS Rodeo, complete the registration verification process at: https://sps.sis.k12.or.us/PXP2_OEN_Login.aspx This is a critical step in verifying your student’s information, including emergency contacts, are accurate for the 2022-23 school year. 

     

    Back-to-School Supplies: In addition to a school-provided device and course-specific supplies, Thurston High School Teachers have compiled a list of items all students should have to engage fully in class. 

    • All students should have a backpack, and a personal supply of paper, writing utensils (both pens and pencils), highlighters, 1-2 notebooks, and a binder. Teachers strongly recommend no zipper binders!

    • 9th/10th grades use scientific calculators such as a TI30XIIS or TI30XS

    • 11th/12th grade students taking Algebra II or above are strongly encouraged to have a TI83 or TI84 calculator (these are allowed on CN or AP exams and the ACT/SAT). 

    • Student clothing should not depict drugs, alcohol, violence or harassment. 

     

    There may be life events that prevent students and families from attending the THS Rodeo on August 30th. A make-up mini-rodeo will be set up in front of Student Services on Thursday, September 8th. Make-up school pictures and Student ID photos will be taken on Friday, September 9th in the school cafeteria beginning at 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.

     

    Go Colts!




























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  • Back to School

    Posted by Sherry Moore on 8/17/2022 9:25:00 AM

    August 12, 2022                                                             

     

    Dear Thurston Students and Families,

     

    Back-to-School season is here. We are looking forward to an amazing school year we are going to have together! 

     

    Staff are preparing for engaging learning and community building. Our Student Leadership, coaches and club advisors are busy creating schedules of activities, athletic contests, and all school experiences for students during the 2022-23 academic year. It is going to be a joyful year. 

     

    In this Newsletter: 

    1. THS Colt Rodeo: Save-the-Date - August 30th!

    2. School Fees - pay in advance online

    3. Online Registration Verification Process

    4. Back to School Supplies - recommended supplies and community give-aways!

    5. Meet ‘n’ Greet Ice Cream Social - Tuesday, September 6th, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

     

    We can’t wait to kick off this school year with each of you. 

     

    The Thurston Admin Team

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    THS Colt Rodeo: Save-the-Date - August 30th. The Rodeo is where students take school pictures for their student ID and bus pass, get their locker assigned, and pay school fees. Students with licenses can sign up for a parking pass. 

     

    School Fees: Want to avoid the lines? You can pay your fees in advance! 

    • All Student Body (ASB) Fee: $30

    https://tinyurl.com/THSASBFee 

    • Student Supply Fee: $25 (reduced from 2021!) https://tinyurl.com/THSStudentFee 

      • What’s the Student Supply Fee do? We no longer charge course specific fees. This fee allows us to provide specialized course supplies - from paint to wood to computers - for all students. 

    Online Registration Verification Process: As soon as possible, and no later than August 19th, please complete the online registration verification process: https://sps.sis.k12.or.us/PXP2_OEN_Login.aspx

    Back-to-School Supplies: In addition to a school provided device and course specific supplies, Thurston High School Teachers have compiled a list of items all students should have to engage fully in class. 

    • All students should have a backpack, and a personal supply of paper, writing utensils (both pens and pencils), highlighters, 1-2 notebooks, and a binder. Teachers strongly recommend no zipper binders!

    • 9th/10th grades use scientific calculators such as a TI30XIIS or TI30XS

    • 11th/12th grade students taking Algebra II or above are strongly encouraged to have a TI83 or TI84 calculator (these are allowed on CN or AP exams and the ACT/SAT). 

    • Student clothing should not depict drugs, alcohol, violence or harassment. 

     

    Project Hope is once again hosting a school supply giveaway event at Maple Elementary, on August 27. Families will need to register each student at https://2022spfd.eventbrite.com/ to participate beginning August 15th. 

     

    Meet ‘n’ Greet Ice Cream Social - Tuesday, September 6th, 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. With many new faces, we wanted to create an opportunity for families to come on campus and meet our administration team. We’ll provide the ice cream. 

     

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