Tonite, January 23, 2015 the Triton Central Lady Tigers play host to the Trinity Lutheran Lady Cougars in the 7th annual Pink Out fundraiser for Breast Cancer Survivors.
See the brochure below for detailed information on this incredible event. Come out and support our team and our cancer survivors in this meaningful event. All proceeds
All Triton Central Schools will be operating on a 2 hour delay on Monday, January 12, 2015. Childcare will be available at 8:30 A.M. at the Elementary.
Please read the attached memorandum regarding yesterdays eLearning Day.
Due to the extremely cold weather and dangerous wind chills, Triton Central Schools will opt to utilize an eLearning day on Thursday, January 8, 2015. Students are reminded to communicate with their teachers with questions on assigned lessons and submit completed assignments. The technology hotline (317-480-1298) will be open from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. We have prepared for this day, work hard and take advantage of the opportunity.
Second semester resumes Tuesday, December 6, 2015. Once the tardy bell rings in the morning ALL doors to the building will be locked. Our new video entry system is up and running. If you arrive after the tardy bell, simply buzz the front office on the associated silver box by the door. One of the front office secretaries will then give you instructions to enter and come to the front office.
Additionally, winter weather is upon us. We will be utilizing our “eLearning Days” option in the event school is cancelled. Students are reminded to access their email and complete the appropriate assignments. Once completed, they are to submit them to their teacher. Have a great second semester!
TCMS teacher Sara Marshall did an excellent job of explaining eLearning to WRTV 6’s Anne Kelly. Thanks Anne.
Wednesday, December 10th was the final regular meeting of the Board of School Trustees for 2014. It also marked the end of an era for three long-time board members for the Northwestern Consolidated School District of Shelby County. Departing the board at the end of the year are Terry Morgan (At Large Seat), John Merlau (Moral Township), and Mary Pardue (Brandywine Township). With them they take, collectively, 54+ years of service to the community. At the same time, they leave a legacy of achievement that has made Triton Central one of the top small rural school districts in the State of Indiana.
Mary Pardue- 1998-2014 (16 years)
John Merlau- 1996-2014 (18 years)
Terry Morgan- 1994-2014 (20 years)
Triton Central Schools will hold a public sale of used desktop and laptop computers on
December 9 from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in the high school cafeteria.
Units are as is while supplies last. Cash and personal checks accepted.