Athletic & Activity Event Information - COVID-19 POLICIES

The link below will serve as a central location for policies regarding COVID-19 we receive from other schools and hosts of athletic and activity events.  We will update this as soon as we receive information from other schools.  Please check the website below regularly and before you attend events to become familiar with their policies. You will also find a link to Tri County's COVID-19 activity and athletic policies on . . .

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COVID-19: Tri County Education Plan: PK-12

Click here for the Tri County Education Plan from the administrators.

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Important Information about the Coronavirus

Click here for the letter sent home about the coronavirus. 

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Current Highlights

Parent Teacher Conferences

Parents and Guardians, In an effort to safely and effectively hold parent/teacher conferences on October 1st, we will use the following format: For students in the Junior High: The majority of junior high teachers (Ms. Reuland, Mr. Simpson, Mrs. Thimm, Mrs. Wollenburg) and Mr. Coenen will hold conferences in their classrooms. To spread out the number of people visiting with . . . read more

Tri County Lunch Program

Beginning September 1st, all Tri County students are eligible for the Summer Food Service Program that was in place during the summer of 2020. Students are allowed one breakfast and one lunch per day at no cost to the student. All students . . . read more

Hudl Fundraiser

See attached form for the Hudl fundraiser. Hudl Fundraiser.pdf read more

Game Streaming

Watch TC sports teams compete live. The site will be updated with the links for each game/event. It will be available on the Athletics tab above. county-web-stream/home read more

About Tri County

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 . . . read more