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Trojan Youth Football Camp 2016

The Tri County Trojan High School football team and coaches will again be hosting the Summer Youth Camp for students going into 3rd through 8th grades. The cost is $25 and includes a t-shirt and meal. Register here   prior to Friday, May 13th to ensure a t-shirt is ordered.

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TC Athletic Boosters Sponsor Fun Run

On Saturday, April 16th, the Tri County Athletic Boosters sponsored a 5k/1 mile fun run.  The event had a unique twist on traditional fun runs.  The "Superhero Stride" not only challenged  the runners physically but mentally.  As runners (dressed in superhero attire) completed the course, they completed memory and trivia challenges.  At the end of the race, participants recorded . . .

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NHS Inducts Eight New Members

    Eight sophomores were inducted into membership of the Tri County Chapter of National Honor Society on March 21, 2016. Joining this prestigious organization were Riley Knust, Shayna Lijewski, Ethan Paxton, Cooper Smith, Peter Spilker, Bailey Taylor, Shae Wattjes and Kailey Weichel. Local chapter officers Cheyenne Gerlach, Colby Ensz, Sloane Holtmeier and Reagan Schultis conducted the candle-lighting ceremony in . . .

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Seventh Graders Present Demonstration Speeches

At the culmination of their speech unit, seventh graders presented demonstration speeches to their classmates.  They learned how to organize their speeches and give step-by-step instructions so their classmates could learn how to do something new.  They also practiced appropriate speaking techniques including eye contact, volume, and pace.  Speech topics ranged from cookies (snickerdoodles!) and cupcakes (with blue . . .

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Earth Day

On Friday , April 22nd, Tri-County  Elementary Student Council celebrated Earth Day along with our elementary student body and staff by presenting a slide show for Earth Day. One of the goals of the Elementary Student Council this year was to celebrate Earth Day as an elementary school. In previous years, many classrooms have done their own activities in regards to Earth Day, but the Student Council felt like they would like . . .

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