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Letter from Principal Joyce

-Sent 09/16 Fridays/Attendance/Grading Periods/
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Attendance Information

All students are expected to be in attendance every hour of every day that school is in session. School attendance is the responsibility of students and parents/guardians. Prompt regular attendance can lead to positive learning and success. Frequent absences disrupt the learning experience and result in academic and social struggles and student failure. Parents/guardians should notify the High School prior to any absences. All students are allowed 10 excused absent days per year. Included in these types of absence are; illness, family commitments and college visits.

2020-2021 Bell Schedule

For short-notice absences such as illness or family emergencies (the morning of a school day), please call, email or fax the attendance office:
Phone: 608-374-7357
Email: karriekaat@tomah.education
Fax: 608-374-7290

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HOMECOMING 2020

October 5th - October 9th

 

Order your "Timberwolf Tough" Homecoming apparel by 09/30/2020
T-shirt order Form
Dress Up Days           

Monday & Tuesday - Pajama Day
Wednesday & Thursday - Crazy Day
Friday - Tomah Timberwolves Pride (Gold, White, Black) Community posting pictures on social media

Powder Puff = Kickball    
Monday, October 5th – 6pm (Football field)
Juniors vs. Seniors (2 games, winner of each game play for championship) Sign up will be done via email to seek interested junior/senior girls.
As of right now… spectators will be limited to junior & senior student body & immediate family of the players.
Everyone must wear a mask and social distance!
Homecoming Court
  • Homecoming and Prom courts will BOTH be announced and honored
  • Voting for court will take place online Tuesday/Wednesday (Sept 22/23)
  • Voting for king/queen will take place online Tuesday/Wednesday (Sept 29/30)
  • Voting for 2019-2020 prom king/queen will also take place online (Sept 29/30)
  • Coronation will take place Monday, Oct 5th and will be streamed on TEAMS. Immediate family will be allowed to watch – (Main gym) Masks and social distancing required
THS Spirit
StuCo will be decorating the halls (flame retardant streamers) and making signs for all fall activities Teachers are encouraged to decorate classroom doors Doors will be judged on October 8th
Distinguished Alumni
This has been tabled until next year
Parade
  • Friday, October 9th, 4pm (Motorized vehicle only) Parade route has been lengthened – Rec Park – Butts – Packard – Hollister – Juneau – Lincoln – Finish Rec Park
  • Only 2 people per car/float, unless activity can prove social distancing ability
  • Spectators need to stay with families & social distance; masks recommended
  • Freshmen, Sophomore, Junior, Senior classes to have floats
  • Clubs and sports wanting to have floats… please just tell Mrs. King
  • No one is allowed to walk in parade
  • All float prep must be done after school and/or Friday after 9:30am
  • A max of 6 students can work on the float at a time An adult must be present while students work
  • All must wear masks and practice social distancing This year’s theme is “Victory is Sweet”
Community
The community is encouraged to decorate windows of businesses
Judging will take place Wednesday, October 7th Businesses and families will be encouraged to post pictures on social media to showcase their Timberwolf Pride!!
Robert Joyce
High School Principal 
608-374-7351
 
Jeff Adams
Associate Principal 
608-374-7339
 
Angie Plueger
Associate Principal
608-374-7963
 
Bradley Plueger
Activities Director
608-374-7976
 
School Resource Officer
608-374-5610
Heather Young
Administrative Assistant 
608-374-7961
 
Karrie Kaat
Attendance Secretary
608-374-7357
 
Jacci Pritzl
Reception Office Secretary 
608-374-7358
 
Activities Secretary
608-374-7359
 
Counseling Office Secretary
608-374-7354

Our mission at Tomah High School is to create a learning community that empowers students to become respectful, responsible, productive citizens in a diverse society; therefore, every student will be inspired and challenged to accomplish academic, social and vocational goals.

 


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