Parents and Guardians of TC students may also receive the Flu Vaccination from 10-11 am. Please bring your insurance card if you have one. Vaccinations will be free. Please enter the Administrative doors by the circle drive. Vaccinations will be given in the Board Room. Please contact the school by noon on Tuesday, October 17th if you would like to receive the vaccination.
Congratulations to the Tri County Educational Foundation for another successful Firecracker Fun Run held on Saturday, June 30th. Over eighty people participated in the 1-mile or 5K run through DeWitt and out into the country side and back again. The annual fundraiser will provide over $8,000 for students and staff members at the school district. For students, the money will continue to support scholarships for . . .
Attached you will find the order forms for the fall sports and activities pictures. Orders are due back to Mr. Simpson by November 9th. Falls Sport Order Form - Page 1 Fall Sports Order Form - Page 2
The SKIP Flu immunization clinic will be offered at Tri County on Thursday, October 18, 2018. Click here for more information and the permission form.
Dates: Monday, October 15, Tuesday, October 16, and Friday, October 19 Admission: $5.00 Adults, $4.00 for Students (K-12) Pioneer Conference passes will NOT be honored. Click here for PDF
Congratulations to these steller spellers who qualified for and competed at the Jefferson County District Spelling Bee this past Thursday in Meridian! A special congratulations to our finalists: McKenzie Smith- placing 10th, Jazmin Dike- placing 7th, and Payton Smidt, placing 1st and advancing as District Champion! Way to go Trojans!
T ri County Public School is a state-accredited K-12 school located in the country south of DeWitt, Nebraska-- two miles north of Highway 103 and Highway 4 intersection. Click here to see a map! In 1966, the towns of DeWitt, Plymouth, Swanton and rural districts consolidated to form a district of 270 square miles of Jefferson, Gage, and Saline counties. The economic basis of the district is mainly agriculture, with some industry. Our K-12 student population is currently at 402. The staff includes 3 administrative positions, 35 teachers and 35 classified staff members. T ri County Schools has a long tradition of rich academic and activity programs that span from the formation of the district until the present day. The instructional staff, administration, and support staff have a reputation for excellence in their respective fields. Both the instructional staff and the administrative staff have a low attrition history. T rojan is the mascot of Tri County. The school colors are royal blue and gold. Mission Statement T ri County Public Schools will create and develop a community of . . .
The Tri County FFA Chapter hosted a Progressive Agriculture Safety Day on October 11th for 202 area third and fourth graders. The FFA cooperated with the Gage County Ag Society and the Nebraska Extension Service - Gage County with the event. Students from Tri County, Diller-Odell, St. Paul’s-Plymouth, Lewiston, St. Joseph-Beatrice, Wymore Southern and home school students attended. Eleven safety presenters . . .
TonightMostly clear, with a low around 37. Northwest wind around 6 mph.
WednesdaySunny, with a high near 59. North northwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the afternoon.
Wednesday NightClear, with a low around 37. South wind around 5 mph.
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