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About Tri County
Tri County Public School is a state-accredited K-12 school located in the country south of DeWitt, Nebraska--two miles north of the 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.
Tri 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.
Trojan is the mascot of Tri County. The school colors are royal blue and gold.
This web site has been up and running since August 1, 1996.
Tri County Schools promotes a community of motivated, responsible, productive, and continuous learners.
Tri County Schools believe that all students will:
understand that learning is a life long process and know that they can and will learn.
|be given the opportunity to develop academic and vocational skills, develop cultural awareness and tolerance towards others, experience the fine arts, and learn the importance of being physically fit.|
|exhibit a positive attitude and take pride in their accomplishments to enhance their opportunity for success in school.|
|learn to be accountable for their actions by observing positive examples set by school, family, and community.|
|understand that learning is enhanced through high expectations, clear goals, positive feedback and encouragement, positive role models, and a safe environment.|
|develop critical thinking skills necessary to live in a changing world through curriculum and instruction that integrates current research and technology.|
|develop strong leadership skills through effective decision making, problem solving, and communication.|
|receive support from school, parents, and community to enhance their educational experience.|