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Upcoming Events

May 22
Coed V Track Independence Championships
Away
Coed V Track Independence Championships
May 22
Away
Athletics
Boys V Baseball vs Ogemaw
4:00 PM
Tawas
Boys V Baseball vs Ogemaw
May 22
4:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Tawas
Athletics
Boys JV Baseball at Ogemaw CANCELLED
4:00 PM
Ogemaw
Boys JV Baseball at Ogemaw CANCELLED
May 22
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Ogemaw
Athletics
Girls JV Softball at Ogemaw
4:00 PM
Ogemaw
Girls JV Softball at Ogemaw
May 22
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Ogemaw
Athletics
Girls V Softball vs Ogemaw
4:00 PM
Tawas
Girls V Softball vs Ogemaw
May 22
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Tawas
Athletics
Girls V Soccer vs Pinny Districts round 1
5:00 PM
Girls V Soccer vs Pinny Districts round 1
May 22
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Athletics
May 23
Boys V Golf at Ogemaw
9:00 AM
Ogemaw
Boys V Golf at Ogemaw
May 23
9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Ogemaw
Athletics

Tawas Area Schools

District News

Spring Band Concert

Click here to see our OUTSTANDING BAND STUDENTS IN ACTION!

The official last day of School

The governor signed a bill at the end of last week granting schools the ability to adjust their calendars based on the the state of emergency days declared back at the end of January and beginning of February. The new end date for the 2018-2019 school year is June 14. June 10, 11, and 12 will be full days of school. June 13 and 14 will be half days of school.

Seniors, if you have outstanding invoices for any fines or fees that are owed, please make sure these are taken care of soon.

Thank You,
Mr. John Klinger

Fine Arts Festival

Fine Arts Festival May 7, 2019

Once again Tawas High School hosted its annual Fine Arts Festival. The festival included performances by the choir and the band. High school visual arts students set up displays to showcase their art and talent from this school year. Students in photography, computer graphics, drawing and painting, and ceramics displayed their work.

Many visual art students won awards and received prizes. Rachel Webster won Overall Best of Show. For Best Display Kendel Couturier took first place, Cheyenne Martin placed second, and Alena Cichowski received honorable mention. Photography awards went to: Lili Denney, first place; Brooke Chriva, second place; Franky Keisler and Jeslyn LaJoice, honorable mention. Ceramics awards went to: Olivia Loucks, first place; Elizabeth Brown, second place; Gavin Svanberg and Chelewynne Shuart, honorable mention. Drawing and Painting awards went to: Vivien Lin, first place; Celia Dobbs, second place; Elizabeth Brown and Rachel Clark, honorable mention. Computer Graphics awards went to: Amanda Cotton, first place; Grace Scheider, second place; Emily Young, honorable mention.  

The school, students, and staff were privileged this year by many sponsors who donated time and money to make this year’s festival outstanding. Thanks to Louise and Ron Shocksnyder, John and Mary Henry, Almo Manifold and Tool Co., Tawas Bay Art Gallery, Linda Holt, Penny Payea, Dragonfly Art Gallery, Norman Charters, Paul Gliesman, Truly Yours Custom Frame Shop, Arnies Arts ‘N Crafts, Michelle Bettiga Pottery, and Quota Club.

NHS Induction Ceremony


On Tuesday, May 14, current members and new inductees were honored at the Tawas Area NHS Induction Ceremony. These students must uphold principles of morality and ethics, be cooperative, demonstrate high standards of honesty and reliability, show courtesy, concern, and respect for others, while achieving academic success.  The four pillars that represent these traits are:  character, scholarship, leadership, and service.  Congratulations to our current members and our new inductees!
 

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April Students of the Month


April Student's of the Month(from left to right): Brooke Binder, Spencer rootes, Gracie Gross, and Adalyn Pike!! Congratulations and keep up the good work!!

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