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 are enrolled regardless of eligibility. Charges incurred from September 1st will be credited back to the student account. Charges prior to September 1st will need to be paid, including balances from previous years. Only complete meals will be free and any seconds or extras will be charged at the appropriate level. The federal program will end on December 31st or when the federal program for meal subsidy no longer had the funds to support the program. If you believe that you are eligible for Free/Reduced meals with the regular School Lunch Program, you must complete and send applications now. The grace period from last year will end on September 30th. If you currently have a negative balance, please take this opportunity to continue to regularly pay your child(ren)s lunch balance to reduce the amount owed. Lunch charges will begin when the federal dollars are gone.
During the week of May 18, elementary and secondary students will have a scheduled check-in of school books and materials and a pick up of personal belongings according to the schedules below. Please try to come to school at your scheduled . . .
Click here for the Tri County Education Plan from the administrators.
Click here for the letter sent home about the coronavirus.
Tri County Public Schools recognized several students and staff members as the “Lifter of the Year” for 2017. The senior high students who earned the honor were Shayana Lijewski and Cooper Smith. The junior high . . .
Go Big Blue could be heard loud and clear at the pep rally for the Tri County Trojan football team as they get ready to play the Creighton Bulldogs. Tri County students and staff attended a pep rally for the football team . . .