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On March 16th, Bea Karp shared her own personal memories of World War II and the Holocaust with the Tri-Center 8th graders. She explained the events leading to her family’s deportation to a work camp in France. Bea described the details she and her family encountered at the hands of the Nazis. Karp described the physical and mental struggles she experienced before, during, and after the war. When the presentation concluded, students had the opportunity to ask questions. Karp’s answers gave the students insight on what it meant to live in Europe during this historical time. Students left the presentation with several facts and a message of hope for the future.
The 1st Annual Tri-Center Alumni Basketball & Volleyball Tournament is also the next day, April 1st, at Tri-Center. Contact Chad Harder, Rachel Eikenberry, Amy Wingert or Josh Calhoun for more information.
Tri-Center Athletic Booster Club Scholarship Application
1) Save the Application and Coaches acknowledgement form to a location on your computer. Or, print a copy directly from the website. DO NOT FILL OUT THE FORM THAT IS ONLINE
the requirements for the scholarship to make sure you qualify
3) Fill out ALL the information that is shown on the application and save to your computer. Make sure that all of the “Personal Information” you provide is current in case you need to be contacted.
4) Educational Information: - You can obtain this information from the school Guidance counselor if you don’t have it.
5) "Sports Participated in"
b. If you have more than four (4) sports that you participated in, list them on the same line:
i. i.e. 1. Volleyball / soccer / basketball Years: 4 years each
6) Extracurricular and Volunteer activities and work history information are not a requirement but if you have any that you can share with the scholarship committee it’s helpful.
7) Coaches acknowledgement form:
a. Have a minimum of two (2) forms filled out (from different sports preferably by the head coach of each sport).
8) Once the application and acknowledgment forms are completed. Turn all into the school guidance counselor by April 28th.
By understanding the issues those with Down Syndrome face in everyday life, and recognizing the steps people can take to help them realize their full potential, a real difference can be made to enrich the lives of those with the condition.
teams earned the Academic Achievement Award from the IHSAA and IGHSAU!
The Excellence Award is awarded to teams achieving a combined GPA of 3.0 to 3.24. The Distinguished Award is awarded to teams achieving a combined GPA of 3.25 and above.
Plus, the schools those teachers represent will each get a $2,500 cash award. Applications are simple and straightforward...but the application process ends on 3/31.
You can access the application on the KMA website (www.kmaland.com). Look on the right side of the home page for the photo of the late Charles E. Lakin.
Tri-Center has had more Lakin Award winners than any other district. Michelle Baatz, Paul Hart, Shelly Sorenson, Becky McDunn, Brenda Chmelka have all been past winners of the award.
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