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New Members Inducted Into National Honor Society
Tri-County High School’s induction ceremony for the Tri-County High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was held on Wednesday, May 5th at Tri-County High School. (The ceremony was socially distanced and all wore masks. The students were asked to take off their masks for a quick photo above.) The student body attended and a reception for members, their family and TCS faculty followed the ceremony.
The National Honor Society, sponsored by the National Association of Secondary School Principals, ranks as one of the oldest national organizations for high school students. Chapters exist in more than 60 percent of the nation’s high schools and, since 1921, millions of students have been selected for membership. To be eligible for membership consideration in the Tri-County local chapter, students must be in eleventh or twelfth grade and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 at the end of their fourth semester of high school. Additionally, potential members must meet high standards of leadership, service, and character.
NEW MEMBERS to the National Honor Society inducted this year are:
Front Row: Jasmine Norberg, Bradyn Swenson, Logan Kostrzewski, Paulina Berggren, Summer Dembiczak & Riley Duray.
They join the Senior members of Keaton Klegstad, Trey Taylor, Jackson Spilde, Jaacks Spilde in the back row.
A huge congratulations to these outstanding students at Tri-County High School.
Grand March 2021
Caterpillars in Head Start
The excitement was running high in the Tri-County Head Start room today as they have caterpillars getting ready to turn into butterflies! Teacher, Erin Blazejewski, holds up the caterpillars for all the friends to get a good look at.
Office Cody & Eva Visit the Third Grade
The third grade had visitors today—Officer Cody & Eva! Recently, the class had read a story called "Aero & Officer Mike" about a K9, what her day was like, and what she was trained to do. It was a perfect day for them to stop by!
The State of Minnesota has announced the launch of the Minnesota COVID-19 Vaccine Connector, which is a tool that helps Minnesotans find out when, where, and how to get their COVID-19 vaccine.
Read the full letter here: https://bit.ly/2ZrrBiD or go to http://mn.gov/vaccineconnector
Vaccine Resource for 16 and 17 Year Olds
The Minnesota Department of Health has created a resource for families as vaccines are becoming available for those who are 16 and 17 years old.
You can find their resource here: www.health.state.mn.us/diseases/coronavirus/vaccine/pfizerages.pdf
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Tri-County Schools is a small PreK-12 public school that proudly provides an exemplary education to students in the communities of Halma, Karlstad, Lake Bronson, and Strandquist. Tri-County Schools staffs highly-qualified certified teachers in all departments K-12. With a student body of just over 200 students, every student enjoys a personalized one-on-one education, a small 9:1 student-to-teacher ratio, a large selection of electives and free college-credit classes, and the ability to participate in a wide variety of athletic, art, and academic extra-curricular activities. We are a small school with big school opportunities that strives to enhance each student to their fullest potential!