Tamaqua Area School District
502 Penn Street
Tamaqua, PA 18252

Phone 570-668-1210
Fax 570-668-5027
 
 
  • September 27th: 2-hr delay for students (Teachers and staff will be reporting at regular time for safety training and information with Tamaqua PD and emergency responders on active shooter scenarios.)

    October 3-4th: School pictures

    October 11th: Raider Run

    October 14th: Teacher In-Service - no school for students

    November 1st: Crazy Dress Day

    November 8th: Veterans' Day ceremony

    November 28th-December 2nd: Thanksgiving holiday - No school

    December 23rd - January 1st: Christmas holiday - No school

     

     

    Attn. Students: please take the following gaming survey: https://forms.gle/8DtZrTnqhF4TmpqM6 

     

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  • Attn. Parents: Important notice about student lunch/cafeteria accounts; please click here for more information.

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  • Tamaqua Area Middle School Updates - delays, closings, news...
      
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  • Students/Parents: Check grades here! Students and parents can check grades and missing assignments at the following link: MMS_grades.
     
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  • 2019-2020 MS Student/Parent Information

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  • Student Accident Insurance
    Click below to download insurance info and how to enroll.
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  • Tamaqua Area Middle School
    In Partnership with Home and Community
     
    "The Tamaqua Area School District, in partnership with home and community, is committed to empowering students by providing opportunities to achieve their maximum potentials as responsible citizens and productive lifelong learners competing in an ever changing global community."  
    - Mission Statement
        

     
    Tamaqua Area  TAMS  Middle School,        set on a 101 acre site, is effectively designed to create exciting educational opportunities for the 21st century. The building is separated into three levels to include academics, the arts and athletics.

    Christopher F. Czapla, Principal
    (570) 668-1210
     
     
     
     
 
 
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