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Sports Physicals 2019-2020

            Tri-Village Schools will offer athletic physicals for students entering grades 7-12 for the 2019-2020 school year from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. on May 1st and May 23rd. Physicals will take place at Family Health in Greenville. Each athlete must pre-register for a time by contacting the high school athletic office. Physicals will be completed only for the purpose of participating in athletics at Tri-Village Schools. Completed physicals will fulfill the student athlete requirements for summer camps, as well as athletics in the 2019-2020 school year.

            Physical forms are available for pick-up in the High School office, as well as on the school website. Parents must complete the parent and student sections and bring it with them on the day of their athletes physical. Cost will be $10.00. Checks should be made payable to Family Health.

 It is imperative that students do NOT have ANY caffeinated beverages (soda, energy drinks, etc) on the day of their physical.  If there are any abnormal findings, the student will need to follow up with their primary care physician.

Chris Herren

Date:  May 21, 2019      
Time: 1:15 p.m.
Location: TBD
      

TV Cheer 3rd @ State

In February, the Tri-Village High School Cheerleaders traveled to Miamisburg High School to compete at the OASSA Cheer Southwest Regionals. The cheerleaders performance earned them their fourth consecutive bid to compete at the State level. 
 
On Saturday, March 9 they headed to Columbus for the 2019 OASSA State Cheer Championship held on Sunday, March 10 at the St. John's Arena.  Tri-Village competed in the Cheer Non-Mount Division Vi level.  This level is based on the current enrollment of girls currently in 9-12th grades posted by the Ohio High School Association.  The Tri-Village cheer squad took the floor giving a strong cheer and dance routine that landed them placing "3rd" by just 2.7 points.  The team goal this year was to break into the top 3 at the State level and that is just what they did.  
 
The ranking went as follows: 1st place Holgate, 2nd place Antwerp, 3rd Tri-Village and 4th Ft. Loramie. Congratulations to the TVHS Cheerleaders for representing Patriot Nation and Darke County well! 
 
Morris 7th at State
Lucie Morris finished 7th in Ohio with a time of 23.97 in the 50 free.
 
Emma Printz Signs
Tri-Village's Emma Printz signs with Bethel College Basketball
 

Varsity Cheer Squad State Bound

Good Luck at State Girls. 
Sullenbarger - First Team All State Division IV
TV school board recently recognized Mr. Mason Sullenbarger, Senior Lineman during Monday evenings board meeting.  Mason earned first team all state Division VII All-Southwest Ohio First Team Defense Honors.  
Mason is the first "Tri-Village Patriot" to earn First Team All State Division VII Honors for football.  
Congratulations Mason!
 
 
(Coach Burk, Mason Sullenbarger, Mr. Tim Bevins, School Board President) 
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2018 America's Farmers Grow Communities MONSANTO Fund WINNER

Congratulations on your 2018 America’s Farmers Grow Communities award. Your organization has officially been approved by the Monsanto Fund to receive a $2,500 donation directed by a local farmer. 
(Pictured is Mr. Mead with a newly installed basketball system, located in the student parking lot.)
 
1:1 Initiative for the 2018-2019 School Year

Dear Parents,

We are excited to inform you that the Tri-Village Local School District will continue to move forward with our 1:1 initiative in the 2018-2019 school year. The District recognizes that education, much like the world, is changing exponentially and our goal is to equip our students and staff with useful tools for learning.  We hope this initiative will bring the 21st Century to the forefront, as well as engage your children in additional critical thinking, collaboration and communication activities.

In 2015, The Tri-Village School District began purchasing and utilizing Chromebooks for students to access digital content in the classroom. Since then, the district has purchased, received grant funding and in kind donations to add an additional 500 Chromebooks to our K-12 campus. Our staff and students continue to feel the benefits of incorporating devices in daily instruction and are continuing to grow in their learning about best practices of blending the traditional classroom with digital learning. 

For these reasons and more, our 1:1 initiative has continued to evolve. Beginning in August 2018, all K-6 classrooms will be equipped with at least 20 Chromebooks for instructional use and every 7-12 on campus student will be assigned a Chromebook, meaning each student will have access to and be responsible for a Chromebook throughout the school day. For now, students will be using this device in school only but as a staff we will continue to evaluate the needs of students when deciding about future use outside of school.

http://filecabinet.eschoolview.com/F991F870-80D7-4987-9DF9-BC33BD9E99DE/1_1ChromebookProgram2018.pdf 

Please click the link above to view the 1:1 Chromebook Program for 2018 

 
School Bus Driver Appreciation Day

Monday, May 7 will be School Bus Driver Appreciation Day in Ohio. The Ohio Legislature has designated the first Monday in May for this purpose. As we near the end of another school year, consider taking this opportunity to recognize your bus drivers and thank them for their dedication and daily service to Ohio’s school children. School transportation is the safest mode of travel for our children, and we could not accomplish this without our drivers.

 

 

 
Teacher of the Year

Congratulations to Mrs. Cindy Munchel, 4th grade teacher, who was selected “Teacher of the Year” by her peers in the Tri-Village Local School District. 

 


 
National School Nurse Day
 
 

 

National School Nurse Day on Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Please celebrate the “every day” contributions of our School Nurse, Mrs. Jodi Fritz, RN, BSN.

 


 
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MVCTC Bus Schedule

Palestine (Tennis Courts)

Pick up: 6:45 Drop off: 3:30 pm

Hollansburg (Church)

Pick up: 6:55 am Drop off: 3:20 pm

New Madison (Bus Lot by Baseball Field)

Pick up: 7:05 am Drop off: 3:10 pm

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MORNING

Lights begin flashing at at 7:30 am and off at 8:15 am

AFTER SCHOOL

Lights begin flashing at 2:35 pm and off at 3:15 p.m. 

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It is the mission of the Tri-Village Local School District to provide learners with the best possible opportunities to learn and to grow intellectually and socially, to instill a desire for knowledge and an appreciation for excellence that will, through appropriate use of current and future technologies, teaching methods, and learning styles, prepare them for the future.

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