1720 Academy Ave. Tomah, WI 54660

  Ms. Lisa Culpitt, Principal

  School drop off begins at 7:30 am (class begins at 7:55) and pickup is at 3:00 pm.
         It's important to drop off and pick up on time. 

Call the Front Office prior to 8:30 am to ensure your child is included in the hot lunch count.
Call the Front Office before 8:30 am. This line is available 24/7 to leave a message; please include your child's name, reason for absence and your child's homeroom teacher.


Tomah Area Montessori School (TAMS) is a free, public charter school within the Tomah Area School District (TASD) providing a Montessori education for students ages 4K - *6th Grade.
*In the 2022-2023 School Year, E2 will grow to accept 6th Graders.

The Montessori Method refers to a child-centered philosophy of education developed by the Italian anthropologist and physician, Dr. Maria Montessori. It is not affiliated with any religious or political organization. Tomah Area Montessori School (TAMS) provides an authentic Montessori education based on Dr. Montessori’s principles and the standards set forth by the American Montessori Society. Encouraging a child’s innate desire to learn, providing a prepared child-friendly learning environment, and supporting children’s need to work at their own pace remain the foundation of the program. Our classrooms consist of mixed-age groupings where students learn under the guidance of Montessori-credentialed teachers. Learning is emphasized through all five senses, not just through listening, watching, or reading. TAMS is dedicated to the emotional, academic, spiritual, social, and physical development of the child.

Want to Learn More about TAMS?

Adoption of Academic Standards for the 2023-24 School Year

The Tomah Area School District has adopted the Common Core State Standards for English/language arts (ELA) and Common Core Math Standards. In the area of science, the Next Generation Science Standards have been adopted.  In the area of social studies, the Wisconsin Standards for Social Studies have been adopted and for all other content areas, the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards have been adopted as the academic standards.

These academic standards were adopted by the Board of Education on July 17, 2023, and recorded in the Board minutes.

School District Accountability Report

As part of the state accountability system, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) has produced report cards for every school district in Wisconsin. These report cards provide data on multiple indicators for four (4) priority areas: student achievement, student growth, closing gaps, and on track and post-secondary readiness. View Tomah’s previous year accountability reports. Download the full 2022-2023 report with data for each school.

Wisconsin's Information System for Education Data Dashboard

Use this public portal to explore statistics about Wisconsin public schools. Click on the Quick-Start video icon on the right to view a 3-minute video to get started.

WISEdash Public Link
Quick Start WISEdash Video 

For additional assessment information and educational options available to resident children please visit the Required Notices page.

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