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NEW MADISON – Can jeans, sunglasses, pajamas, costumes, crazy hair, hats, and ice cream sundaes help people recover from a hurricane? Tri-Village fourth grade students will answer that question with an emphatic YES! The students set out to raise a thousand dollars to purchase school supplies for students at two Houston area schools, but by Friday students had more than doubled their goal and raised $2,434.54.

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Posted Friday, September 15, 2017

In the meadow to the south of Tri-Village Local Schools, Tri-Village FFA members could be found after school. They were judging the soil to practice for the upcoming county, district, and state Urban Land Evaluation Contests. The contest is a Career Development Event, or CDE. These contests and events give FFA members different skills and opportunities that will help prepare them for different careers in agriculture.

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Posted Friday, August 25, 2017
Students witnessed what happens when they all get together and do a good deed during a school assembly.
 
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Posted Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Junior High School
Those entering 7th grade will now need a Meningococcal vaccine in addition to a Tdap (Tetanus Diptheria and Pertussis) vaccine. These vaccines should be received and a copy provided to the school nurse or secretary by the first day of school. Vaccines are available at the Darke County Health Department on Tuesdays from 8-10:30 am and 2-5:00pm. Clinics are walk-in/no appointment needed during these hours. Medicaid and most health insurance are accepted. For more information, questions, or concerns: please call the Health Department at 548-4196 ext. 224. Many of our local doctors also provide vaccines by appointment. Please check with your doctor for more information on this.

High School
Those entering 12th grade will now need a Meningococcal vaccine prior to the first day of school this fall. Students must be 16 or older at the time of vaccination to meet this requirement. These vaccines should be received and a copy provided to the school nurse or secretary by the first day of school. Vaccines are available at the Darke County Health Department on Tuesdays from 8-10:30 am and 2-5:00pm. Clinics are walk-in/no appointment needed during these hours. Medicaid and most health insurance are accepted. For more information, questions, or concerns: please call the Health Department at 548-4196 ext. 224. Many of our local doctors also provide vaccines by appointment. Please check with your doctor for more information on this.
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Posted Friday, April 29, 2016
The Jr. High Student Council are selling T-Shirts for there spring fundraiser. All orders are due on Friday, April 29th.

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Posted Tuesday, April 26, 2016
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