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Spring Testing Schedule

The testing window for this year is almost upon us!  Below is a list of dates for all grades as well as the type of test they will be taking.  On their testing days it is imperative that students be present and on time.  Although some of the tests will have make-ups that will be offered, testing with the rest of their cohort will give students the best possible option for performing well on the test.

6th Grade
• April 28-30 English Language Arts
• May 6–7 Math

7th Grade
• May 12–14 English Language Arts
• May 20-21 Math

8th Grade
• April 29– 30 Math
• May 12–14 English Language Arts
• May 27–28 Math

9th Grade
• May 21-22 Geometry EOC (only for those who have NOT passed Algebra)
• May 27-28 Biology EOC

10th Grade
• May 18-20 English Language Arts
• May 21-22 Geometry EOC (only for those who have NOT passed Algebra)

11th Grade
• May 21-22 Math
• May 27-29 English Language Arts

Exhibition #3 April 1st and April 2nd

TAF Academy’s 3rd Quarter Exhibition are this Wednesday and Thursday beginning in the Totem Cafeteria at 6:00.  The schedule is as follows:

6th Grade: Becoming a Better Me
Thursday, April 2nd 6:00 – 8:00
Rooms 19 & 20

7th Grade:  History Thru Light
Thursday, April 2nd 6:00 – 8:00
Rooms 12 & 13

8th Grade: How Artists Create
Thursday, April 2nd 6:00 – 8:00
Rooms 10, 17, 18

9/10 Grade: Bioethics in Literature
Wednesday, April 1st 6:00 – 8:00
Rooms 7, 8, 9

11/12 Grade: Non-Fiction Podcast
Wednesday, April 1st 6:00 – 8:00
Rooms 21, 22

EXHIBITION REMINDER:  Students are required to present learning at 4 Exhibitions during the year and need to have a parent, guardian or significant other in attendance as well.  If you have any questions, please call the office @253-945-5190.

Congratulations TAF Academy Speech Team!

The speech team competed at the Western Washington District Tournament, with individual students attempting to qualify for the national tournament in Dallas in June. TAF Academy had one of our best tournaments ever, with five students making it to the final round of competition in their events. The team finished second overall at the tournament, and qualified two students for the National Tournament! Congratulations to sophomore Mahlet Tiruneh and Junior Lia Miranda, who will be traveling to Dallas in June to compete against the best high school speakers in the country. Great job talkers!

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