Programs & Activities
The WHOLE CHILD ACCESS PASS provides all Tacoma Public Schools (TPS) students and their families’ special opportunities and negotiated rates for a variety of Metro Parks Tacoma’s (MPT) programs, facilities and attractions. Through a collaborative approach, the agencies are working to reduce registration barriers and enhance awareness of out-of-school time experiences that aid in Whole Child development for all TPS students.
SUMMARY OF BENEFITS & PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
- Enhanced access to afterschool sports leagues and art, dance, nature and fitness clubs located within school facilities.
- Preferred Customer status gives access to select classes, camps, and attractions at discounted rates.
- Early park entrance into a variety of attractions on identified date.
- Special promotions with other local public museums, attractions and services within Pierce County
- Enhanced communication channels to connect students with these special out-of-school time development opportunities designed to complement the Whole Child approach to student development
It's easy to sign up:
- Download and complete the Whole Child Access Pass Flyer (English Español Russian Tagalog Vietnamese)
- Submit the form to your child's school office.
- Students will be issued a card by Metro Parks Tacoma that will identify them as a Whole Child Access Pass holder.
- Start saving money with Access Pass special offers
Note: After submitting your form it could take up to three weeks to receive your pass. (Read the FAQ for more info.)
For more information go to: MetroParksTacoma.org/WholeChild Or call: (253) 305-1022
2020-2021 School Year
|School District: Tacoma||High School: Lincoln||Date: 07/13/2021|
|ASB Card and Athletic Participation Data||2020-2021|
|1||Number of high school students enrolled in the school (as of October 1st, of this school year). This includes all students in grades 9-12.||1686|
|2||The number of high school students from low income families (as of October 1st, of this school year).||1415|
|3||Total number of high school students who possess an Associated Student Body card (all students with an ASB card).||0|
|4||The number of high school students who are from low income families and possess an ASB card.||0|
|5||The total number of high school students participating in an athletic program (as of May 15th, of this school year). *only count student once*||344|
|6||The number of high school students who are from low income families who are participating in an athletic program (as of May 15th, of this school year). *only count student once*||245|
|7||ASB Card Possession Opportunity Gap%||0%||Gap Plan Required?||No|
|8||Extracurricular Participation Opportunity Gap%||0%||Gap Plan Required?||No|
|List of Optional Noncredit Extracurricular Event Attendance and Participation Fees||Cost per Student (estimate)|
|The purchase amount of an Associated Student Body (ASB) card for high school students (general population price).||$30.00|
|Athletic program participation fees (if the price varies per sport, show the price range).||$0.00|
|Social school events (plays, concerts, dances, etc).||$5.00 to $80.00|
|Sport events (game admission, etc).||$2.00 to $6.00|
|Day field trip.||$0.00 to $50.00|
|Multi-day trips/overnight travel.||$0.00 to $1,000.00|
|District policy for waiving and reducing noncredit extracurricular event attendance and participation fees as described under RCW 28A.325.010||Yes|
|Website address or explanation:||School Board Policy 3510R|