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We welcome you to the Tenino High School website. Thanks for dropping by to see the exciting news and activities happening here at our school and in our community. We provide outstanding education in Tenino, Washington. We're located just minutes from the metro area. We encourage you to visit next time you're in the area.
We also hope you'll accept our invitation to visit this website often and stay as long as you like. We think it’s a great place to join together as a community in support of our kids. We look forward to partnering with you to lead and inspire our students.
Our Mission and Vision
Our mission: Preparing life-long learners as responsible citizens in a dynamic, changing world.
Our vision: The culture of Tenino High School supports learning and develops results through relationships, rigor, and relevance.
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A Message from our Principal
As the new principal at Tenino High School, I am honored to serve you and the Tenino community. This spring, I was able to meet many students and the Tenino High School staff. I look forward to knowing every student, and ensuring all students succeed. We are energized for the 2016-17 school year!
Having been born and raised in the state of Washington, I spent my childhood in Marysville, north of Everett. I went on to earn a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington, a master’s degree from the University of Puget Sound, and a doctorate from the University of Southern California. Most recently, I served as principal of Upland High School in California, with an enrollment of over 3,300 students, and before that I was the principal of Port Angeles High School on the Olympic Peninsula. Prior to my administrative work, I was a classroom teacher for nine years. Preceding my work with students, I served as a navy officer in the United States Navy.
To provide students an outstanding school experience this fall, we are busily working throughout the summer. If you would like to meet prior to the start of the school year, please contact me via e-mail or call the school.
Garry Cameron Ed.D.
24-Hour Threat Reporting Hotline: (888) 287-6157
If you are aware of a potential threat of violence or suicide, please call this number to report it. The line is staffed 24 hours a day, and your call can be anonymous.
- Report threats of violence
- Report potential suicide
- Calls can be anonymous
- Information is reported directly to school administrators