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The Tri-County Board of Education has voted to temporarily require masks be worn by all students, staff, and visitors during the school day. This temporary requirement will be in place for two weeks starting Monday, January 24, 2022. The need for masks will be assessed after two weeks and could be extended if COVID cases remain high.
Lunch on Tuesday, January 25, 2022, will be Turkey Tidbits and Gravy with Peas, Mashed Potatoes, Dinner Roll, and Fruit.
Spelling Bee Winners
Congratulations to the Spelling Bee winner, Gracie Boen, and the runner-up, Elijah Sollund! All the contestants did a great job today!
Gracie will represent Tri-County at the Regional Spelling Bee in TRF on February 8th.
Mr. Thompson's 7th-grade industrial arts class worked hard to make and race their CO2 cars this quarter! Great work building your cars, seventh graders!
Students of the Month - December
Elizabeth Bristlin was named December Student of the Month. She is a senior at Tri-County and the daughter of Daryl and Karen Bristlin. Elizabeth was nominated for being a very hard worker who always completes her assignments and has a super positive attitude. She is noted to be willing to help out whenever she is asked. Great job, Elizabeth!
Gracie Boen is in the 8th grade and daughter of Brent and Carla Boen. She was nominated for a super positive attitude and always staying on task. Teachers appreciate her good natured ways and desire to always do her best. Keep up the great work!
Annika Nygaard, daughter of Ryan and Alietia Nygaard, is in the 8th and was nominated for being on task and doing her work thoughtfully and thoroughly. She is kind and polite and a model student. Teachers appreciate that she leads by example in her class. Way to go, Annika!
Senior Spotlight – Zach Johnson
The first Senior to be in the Tri-County Senior Spotlight is none other than Zach Johnson. Zach is the fun and witty child of Mindee Johnson and Tony Johnson. Zach was voted "Class Clown" by his classmates and always brings the fun wherever he goes. His future plans are to graduate from Tri-County and to pursue a degree in Law Enforcement. We wish all the best to Zach as he finishes up his last half of his senior year.
New Safe Return to In-Person Learning
Tri-County Schools will continue to offer an In-Person Learning Model to all students as it did during the previous 2020-2021 school year. See the updated Safe Return to In-Person Learning plan below. You can find additional updates on our Safe Return 2021-22 page.
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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!