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SCHOOL MESSENGER CAPABILITIES EXPANDED: Recently, our school's ability to communicate with parents quickly and conveniently has increased substantially. In recent years, we have had the ability to issue mass-communication messages to parents via phone calls and emails. Having now activated the SMS (Text Messaging) capabilities of our mass-communication system, we are now able to add one more layer to our means of sharing information with parents. If you currenty do not receive these messages, but would like to, please...
TEXT "Y" OR "YES" TO 67587
NOTE: This information is also available in the link at the right side of the page titled "TC Text Messaging Opt-In."
Let us all work together to make 2016-2017 one that each and every member of our school community can be proud of!
IMPORTANT DATES March 28: Last Day of Quarter 3 March 29:First Day of Quarter 4 April 7 & 8: Middle School Play (7:00; Lecture Hall) April 10-13: Forward Exam Week (7th, 8th, 10th Grades) - ATTENDANCE IMPORTANT! April 14-17: NO SCHOOL April 22: Prom (8:00-12:00; High School Gym) April 24-28:ACT Aspire Testing Week (9th, 10th Grades) - ATTENDANCE IMPORTANT! May 1-10: Various AP Exams May 5: Early Release (12:30) May 17: Scholarship Night (6:30; Lecture Hall) May 23: 9-12 Awards & Recognition Ceremony (10:15; Lecture Hall) May 25: LAST DAY FOR SENIORS! May 26: Graduation (7:00; High School Gym) May 31: 7-8 Awards & Recognition Ceremony (1:00; Lecture Hall) June 2: Early Release (12:30) / Last Day of Quarter 4/Semester 2
TC CHOIR PERFORMS AT WISCONSIN CAPITOL: On Thursday, March 23, the Tri-county High School Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Mitchell, was one of only 12 musical groups throughout Wisconsin chosen to perform at the capitol in celebration of Music in Our Schools Month. Students took a field trip to visit the capitol, and then performed in the rotunda during the lunch hour. They also got to meet our state assembly representative, Scott Krug, and get their picture taken with him. This was a wonderful opportunity for these students - one they will remember for a long time!
April 28, 2017
HS SB @ Wild Rose
JV SB @ Almond/Bancroft on Saturday
Lunch today is: Hot Italian Subs!
1. All High School students should check their school email for a Post Prom feedback survey.
2. Students who have not completed or passed the Required Civics Test for Graduation will be able to take the test in Mr. Pieper's room on May 9th or May 16th during 2nd; 4th; 5th; or 6th hour. The test will not be offered again after May 16th. Please plan accordingly.
3. HS Student Council Nomination forms and short essay are due today. Class Officer Nomination forms are due May 5. Make sure all are turned in on time.
4. Girls and Guys! Want to be a member of the Tri-County cheer team pick up a sheet in the office to sign up for the fall of 2017.
5. Senior girls looking to apply for additional scholarships, the Waushara VFW Auxiliary scholarship is still available on the Scholarship Board, and due to the counseling office by Monday, May 1st. Hurry and apply- there’s still time.
6. (Read Mon, Wed, and Fri.)Tri-County is offering a summer fitness program in June for all middle and high school students. Pick up your sign-up sheet in HS Office.
7. FFA members interested in going to State Convention in Madison June 12-14 should pick up an application in Mr. Engle’s room.
8. (Read Tues)Remember to go to the HS Computer Lab after school for homework help. This is a great opportunity to get your work done and there is even an after school snack!
9. (Read Wed)Today is SSR during Impact. Absolutely no students should be in the hallways.
10. (Read Thurs) Friday is School Spirit Day! Make sure to wear your TC apparel every Friday.
11. QUOTE OF THE DAY – “I would challenge you to a battle of wits, but I see you are unarmed.” ~ William Shakespeare
12. (Read Mon, Wed & Fri)VIRTUE OF THE WEEK – “TOLERANCE”: Being tolerant is accepting differences. You are free of prejudice, knowing that all people have feelings, needs, hopes and dreams. Tolerance is also accepting things you wish were different with patience and flexibility.