Last Day of School
Monday, June 16th
Early Dismissal @ 11:40 AM
Have a great summer!
See you at the Ice Cream Social on Thursday, August 28th.
Our district uses an electronic mailing list to send school and district newsletters/communications and communicate a number of school/district/community events and activities. To receive these communications you must subscribe
If you have not already done so, please sign up now to receive newsletters and other communications from Totem Falls. You should also sign in to review and change your subscription preferences should you have a child moving to a middle school, high school or graduating.
Visit the Totem Falls PTO Website
Please check out our PTO website at http://totemfallspto.org. It is full of information regarding volunteering, fundraising, our auction and more. A fun photo gallery from PTO events is also available for you to enjoy.
Washington State Law requires all parents to have their children enrolled and attending school full time in the district they reside. If your child is absent from school for any reason, please call the school office at (360) 563-4751 no later than 8:30 AM the morning of the absence or tardy. You may leave a message 24 hours a day on our voice mail. It is important we hear from you each morning of every absence or tardy. If we don't hear from you, due to state truancy laws and because we care about your children, we are obligated to call you. Students who arrive late or leave early during a school day are required to be signed in/out by their parents in the office. Thank you for your cooperation!
2012-2013 student bus routes are now posted to Skyward Family Access accounts. Specific bus pick-up and drop-off information for your student can be found there. For complete lists of school bus routes and pick-up and drop-off times, please click here to download.
The students and staff chose the school colors and school mascot our first year. The school colors are the Native American colors of red, white, and black; and the school mascot is "The Trickster", the fun-loving bird from the Northwest Coastal Native American folklore, also known as the Raven.