Welcome To Tawas Area Schools

Mission Statement:

The Mission of Tawas Area Schools is to provide an effective learning environment in our rapidly changing society.




1. All grade levels, K-12, have unlimited openings for schools of choice students.
2. Applications are now available for enrollment from nonresident pupils for the first semester of the 2019-2020 school year. Completed applications for student enrollment in Tawas Area Schools will be accepted July 8, 2019 to August 29, 2019. To obtain an application, contact the superintendent’s office at (989) 984-2250. 3. Tawas Area Schools does not discriminate on the basis of the Protected Classes of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, military status, ancestry, or any other statutorily protected category in its educational programs or activities.
4. Issued by Tawas Area Schools per The State School Aid Act in the Michigan Compiled Laws under MCL 388.1705, 388.1705c.

Tawas Area School News

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July 15, 2019
*Important Dates*

With the 2019-2020 school year calendar adjusting, Tawas Area Schools would like to share other important dates. Families will receive beginning of the year letter in August, as well as communication throughout the year with more details, but to help families better prepare, below is an outline of important dates:
August 13-14: High School Orientations
August 15: Middle School Orientations
August 21: Open Houses
August 26: 1st day of school
August 30-Sept. 2: Labor Day break
Sept. 28: Homecoming 
Oct. 4 : Half Day
Oct. 9-10: HS and MS Parent/Teacher Conferences
Nov. 1: No School for Students
Nov. 15: No School for Safety Day
Nov. 27-Nov. 31: Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 23-Jan 5; Holiday Break
March 6: Half Day for Students
March 23-29: Spring Break
April 10: No School
May 2: Prom
May 25: No School for Memorial Day
May 29-30: Project Graduation for Seniors
May 31: Graduation
June 5: Last day of school

June 11, 2019
8th Grade Washington DC trip

On May 29th, my fellow 8th grade classmates and I were privileged in getting to go see our wondorous capital: Washington DC! The trip was filled with adventure, historical monuments and memorials. Getting to see the memorials and monuments in real life had a whole new effect on me versus seeing them in a book or a movie. The memorials were filled with names of people that served our country and died in doing so. This made me think of how so many people take our freedom for granted.
The monuments were dedicated to people who played an important part in the history of the United States. My personal favorite was probably the Abraham Lincoln monument because I had always seen it in historical movies and books, and it was on my top ten places to travel to one day. When we arrived at Abe’s monument I was blown away by how big the building in which it sat in was. I had to climb some stairs to finally see him but it was definitely worth it. The monument was breathtaking, and was about twice the size that I pictured it to be. A lot of my classmates looked very excited by the looks on their faces, and couldn’t wait to see more. 
Overall, this was definitely my favorite field trip I’ve been on, and I’d like to thank all the people that made this possible for our grade. The memories will stay with me for the rest of my life.
LANDON SELMAN  Please click here to view photos on our Facebook Page

June 21, 2018
Superintendent Update
November 9, 2017
Regional Results On Standardized Test spring 2017

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Payroll & Benefits Manager