Dear Parents and Community Members,
As we celebrate the conclusion of another school year I would like to thank each of you for your many contributions to the Tri-Village Local School District. The accomplishments and successes of the 2016-2017 school year are due to the collective efforts of our Tri-Village Family.
I have thoroughly enjoyed working with all staff members, students and stakeholders of the community. It seems like yesterday we began our journey together. However, rest assured preparations for another productive school year are already in full swing as we find ourselves replacing personnel, completing maintenance and grounds improvements while making curricular enhancements for the 2017-2018 school year.
On behalf of the Tri-Village Board of Education, I would like to thank you for your continued support, including your attendance at our school events, volunteer efforts on our campus and financial backing through your local tax dollars. I sincerely thank you for making the connection between a strong, local public school system and a dedicated community. We are grateful that our stakeholders value education and what it represents.
Simply stated, a culture of success and high expectations is not possible without the support of everyone in our community. This concept only becomes a reality when each and every one of us is willing to grow and sustain a culture of excellence in education. We depend on all of our stakeholder groups and community partners to strategically move our school system forward during challenging times.
As we take time in coming weeks to reflect and refresh we do with confidence that the 2017-2018 school year will be even more productive and rewarding. We will learn from failures, tweak our successes and set goals. We will continue to grow stronger as a team and overcome any hurdles placed in our way. This is the Patriot Way, it starts and ends with the best team of educators, support staff and families around.
Yours in Education,
A Sneak Peek at our Summer Project List
- Routine painting in our high traffic areas
- Carpet cleaning / carpet replacement in the library reading corner
- Floor replacement in four of our JH/HS classrooms
- Locker maintenance
- Addition of 45 more HD cameras which will give us a total of 90 on campus for the 2017-2018 school year
- Installation of shatterproof safety film on entrance windows
- Addition of a part time School Resource Officer for the 2017-2018 school year
- Track resurfacing
- Brick and mortar repair
- South parking lot repaved
- Volume license agreement renewed
- Virus protection update
- Windows 10 update
- Chromebook deployment
- 15 per elementary classroom
- Professional Development Opportunities
- Restraint and Seclusion Professional Development
- SOITA (Technology Integration in the Classroom)
- Searle Enterprises, Marilyn Swartz Consultant- researched based instruction, response to intervention and differentiation strategies