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The dress code is now official. Click Dress code TOH to view.

Take this course FOR FREE, and learn great things about the route to a college education. Of course the most important thing is that you know what career you are seeking after college........

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Parents if your son/daughter plans on bring a vehicle on campus please have them pick up a registration packet  with Ms.Thompson. The vehicle needs to have Proof of Insurance, Registration, Students Valid drivers license, and Parental Consent. Thank you.

From the Principal

Dear Parents & Guardians,

We ask that you have a very serious conversation with your student about how using drugs, specifically marijuana, is not going to help them learn during the school day. Students that are on drugs can not give their best efforts in school. We need every child to be giving their best efforts in school.

These are some of the things you can bring up with you child about its use:

•    Learning and memory. The hippocampus plays a critical role in certain types of learning. Disrupting its normal functioning can lead to problems studying, learning new things, and recalling recent events. A recent study followed people from age 13 to 38 and found that those who used marijuana a lot in their teens had up to an 8 point drop in IQ, even if they quit in adulthood.

•    Coordination. THC affects the cerebellum, the area of our brain that controls balance and coordination, and the basal ganglia, another part of the brain that helps control movement. These effects can influence performance in such activities as sports, driving, and video games.

• Judgment. Since THC affects areas of the frontal cortex involved in decision making, using it can cause you to do things you might not do when you are not under the influence of drugs—such as engaging in risky sexual behavior, which can lead to sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) like HIV, the virus that causes AIDS—or getting in a car with someone who’s been drinking or is high on marijuana.

What you can do to help is have a conversation. If your child says they are using have used or are concerned about friends that are using drugs they can contact:

Behavioral Health Services:  505-722-9470


Visiting our school?


From I-40
Take exit 20
Take US 491 N  (drive about 23.7 miles)
Turn left onto Cougar Lane (drive about 0.3 miles)

TOH Mission and Vision

Vision Statement

Tohatchi High School is an investment in the future of our community, economy and country. We provide a safe and effective environment that enables our graduates to attend post-secondary learning institutions and to enter the workplace.

Mission Statement

All Tohatchi High school students will be able to demonstrate proficiency or better on standardized tests in math, reading, writing, science, and social studies. Tohatchi High School will provide learning that meets the needs of students to attain their post-secondary life goals.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

Tohatchi High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.1 The following person(s) has(have) been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Virginia Berrin or Lincoln Nez, 504 Coordinators

P.O. Box 248, Tohatchi, NM 87325

505 721 4800

Craig R. Robinson, Principal
P.O. Box 248, Tohatchi, NM 87325
505 721 4800

For further information on notice of non-discrimination, visit http://wdcrobcolp01.ed.gov/CFAPPS/OCR/contactus.cfm for the address and phone number of the office that serves your area, or call 1-800-421-3481.


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We welcome all parents and community members to our school. If you have any concern please contact us

School Liaison: Elsie Watson
Phone number:505 721 4800

Attendance Secretary: Elsie Manuelito
Phone number: 505 721 4817

Principal: Craig R. Robinson
Phone number 505 721 4820

 Click here for contact information for other teachers and staff




The Student Dress Code and Student/Parent Handbook are available for download. Both of these documents will be give to students are the start of school.

TOH Dress code 16-17a.pdf

How to check graduation progress

Graduation Progress from craig robinson on Vimeo.

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to practice for the PARCC

ACT Test


  Saturday, September 10, 2016
Saturday October 22, 2016
Saturday December 10, 2016
Saturday April 8, 2017
Saturday, June 10, 2017

Next Registration Deadline: August 5th, 2016
Location: the 800/library building
 For more Information contact Mr. Pacheco
You MUST bring a pencil, an official ID and your registration document.




Gallup McKinley County Schools recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals regardless of national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual orientation in any educational programs, activities or employment. Gallup McKinley County Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or age in its programs and activities. Gallup McKinley County Schools provide equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups.

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Title IX related issues—Ron Donkersloot, Director of Personnel, 505-721-1061; Section 504 related issues--Mike Hyatt, Associate Superintendent, 505-721-2248.

For Spanish and Navajo, click OCR Navajo pdf OCR Spanish.pdf 

Today, 7/30/2016
High: 93 Low: 61
Partly cloudy
9% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 7/31/2016
High: 90 Low: 61
Isolated thunderstorms
22% chance of precipitation.