Elementary and Middle School teachers had a PD today on Create 2 Think and STEM. Thank you to Equitable Education Solutions. #pinball building skills. #STEM
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from TRI-Central Community Schools! 🎅🏻🔔☃️
Thank you to Mr. Hindman, maintenance, and Hearn Construction for helping us make the “big move” from our elementary office to our temporary offices. All TCE office personnel assisted today along with a few others!
TCE office was moved this morning and demo began immediately. Changes are happening! Office will be temporarily located in the PE classroom.
Merry Christmas from our Tri-Central Elementary students! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Zi-IsnsvzU
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Tri-Central Elementary and our office staff. Click on the link below. https://www.jibjab.com/view/make/rockin_around_the_christmas_tree/ee4e5773-e733-4a94-bba0-de8aa7bc178c
The High School Christmas program was a huge success this afternoon.
Tri-Central Schools will dismiss at 2:30 pm on Monday and Tuesday, 12/19 and 12/20. Break is 12/21-1/3. Students return on 1/4/23. Have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Join the Tri-Central Trojan Nation by supporting the National Honor Society next Wednesday, December 21, 2022 at Chipotle for some yummy food! See you there!
Due to an ongoing supply chain issue, we have been unable to get Kluski noodles in. Unfortunately, that means we will have to change the lunch menu for for Monday, December 19. The menu will be as follows for all grades... Chicken nuggets Choice of potato rounds or sweet potato wedges Hot carrots Peaches and/or Applesauce Dinner roll with butter Milk We apologize for any inconvencience.
Students were recognized at the board meeting tonight for their art work for the annual Christmas card the school board votes on.
Tonight was the last board meeting for Mr. Dickover. Thank you for your years of service to Tri-Central Community Schools. We wish you well in your future endeavors.
Congratulations to Jordyn Hall for being approved as a first grade teacher tonight at the TCCS board meeting.
Mrs. Cope’s 4th grade students got to visit the Kokomo Ivy Tech campus today.
We had 35 4th grade students that participated in Bible Release Time today.
Key Club is collecting Toys for Tots. They will have a drop box available at tonight’s girls basketball game. There is also a box outside the high school office.
If you were unable to attend the US31 meeting last evening, there is a virtual option Dec 9 at www.propelus31.com or you can go to the website and make comments. There will also be another meeting at Sharpsville town hall on Jan 17 from 1-3.
Cafeteria ladies serving breakfast today. Always doing what is best for kids!
Updated pictures of the elementary construction project. #progress
If you are able, please come out and support Tri-Central, farmers, and local businesses at tonight’s US 31 Improvement meeting at the Tipton Fairgrounds from 5-7 pm. Loss of access to and over US 31 will have a major impact on our community.