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Superintendent Update: March Happenings

posted Mar 23, 2015, 7:42 AM by TC Administrator
I told you last month, I look forward to March as a time when we can hope for nicer weather.  March is here, and we may not feel it yet; but nicer weather is coming.  Bundle up, enjoy your families, and look forward to spring.  Here are a few key events to get on your calendar for March:
  • March 2 – Reading Night at the HS Cafetorium 6:30-8:00
  • March 8 – Daylight Savings Time begins
  • March 11 – No PK today
  • March 11 – Student Council Mtg. 3:30
  • March 12 – School Improvement Advisory Committee 6 PM HS Lib.
  • March 13 – End of 3rd Quarter – No School
  • March 17 – St. Patrick’s Day
  • March 17 - Spring Music Program Grades K-2  2:00 and 7:00 PM
  • March 19 – 4th Grade Simple Machine Show 3:30-6:30
  • March 20 – First day of spring
  • March 20 – Report cards will be sent home
  • March 20 – No PK today
  • March 23 - Preschool Screening Day – Please call for appointment
  • March 31 – Pott. Co. School Night at the Children’s Museum in Omaha
SIAC Committee.  The School Improvement Advisory Committee (SIAC) will meet Thursday, March 12th, 6:00 PM in the high school library.  Feel free to join us for this discussion of school improvement.  Contact Angie Huseman if you have questions regarding the meeting. 

School Way App.  A reminder for any smart phone users, you can receive push notifications from Tri-Center Schools through the School Way app.  Download the app, select Tri-Center as your school, and allow push-notifications to receive push notifications related to cancellation, late starts, and school related information.  Ten messages have been sent to over 300 smart phone users this school year.  Tri-Center uses: website, Facebook, Twitter, School Way app, email, and phone messaging systems to communicate information.  Please make sure you do not miss important information.

Winter Athletics.  Congrats to all student athletes, families, coaches, and staff involved in another successful athletic season.  I am confident our students continue to learn many lessons about athletics, life, dedication, and perseverance.  Special congratulations to wrestler Christian Polley for his 5th place finish at the state wrestling tournament. 

As always, please email, call, or stop by any of the school offices if you have questions or concerns.

Dr. Tony Weers, Ed.D.
Superintendent
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