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                                                 Superintendent Driggs
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SMALL SCHOOL – BIG RESULTS

Welcome to Tri-Central Community Schools home of the Trojans. Tri-Central High School was built in 1970 combining Windfall and Sharpsville Schools. Tri-Central Elementary School was built in 1982. A major remodeling project took place in 1999. The school district is rural and covers 108 square miles in northern Tipton County, hence the former name, Northern Community Schools. We updated our name to Tri-Central Community Schools in 2009. Twelve buses covering 256 miles are driven by caring drivers with excellent safety records and transport many of our students to and from school each day. Tri-Central student enrollments are approximately 300 in grades KG - 5 and 500 in grades 6 - 12. We are located under one roof covering 200,000sqft and 60 acres of land.

Why Tri-Central?

At Tri-Central Community Schools each of our students is more than a number, more than a test score. To some degree, education has become trained to focus on standardized testing and data tracking. This does have a time and place and all of our staff does a great job of balancing teaching with testing. I challenge you to be engaged in our schools to see first-hand the amazing work happening each and every day with all of our students. Success is prevalent throughout our district and measured individually, student by student. Tri-Central puts your child first for safety, education and extracurricular activities.

Accomplishments

Recent declarations by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce designated Tri-Central Schools as an Indiana "Best Buy" school. In addition, U.S. News magazine once again selected Tri-Central High School as one of the top 1,300 high schools in the United States and Educational Testing Service (ETS). The Indiana Department of Education has ranked Tri-Central High School 13th highest in the state for the number of students participating in AP classes/tests and their performance on those tests. Offering students choices among 10 AP classes as well as Ivy Tech dual credit classes, we are truly a "Small School with BIG Results."

Our elementary school has the distinction of being one of the only schools in the entire state to receive an accreditation grade of "A" from the Indiana Department of Education the last two years As over 80% of the schools in the state saw their letter grades drop, our elementary went from a "D" to an "A". This happened because of the very hardworking performance of our staff and students.

Parents

One of the most important elements of continued success is the support received from parents and community members. We embrace a partnership between teachers, parents and community. Our teachers and administrators are committed to working together to meet the collective needs of our student body and the individual needs of each and every student within our school community. Our parent groups are very, very involved in our school atmosphere. This collaboration has been a big part of the accomplishments that Tri-Central has achieved.

Thanks for visiting our school’s website. We hope you like what you see. Make sure to check out our school video "Why choose Tri-Central". If you have, any questions feel free to contact me at ddriggs@tccs.k12.in.us or (765)963-2585.

Go Trojans!


Recent News

Tri-Central Solar Field Updates
11/27/2017
The Tri-Central Community School Solar Field is on schedule. The installation is hoped to be completed by December 1st. After that there will be approximately 3 weeks of testing before the field is put online. Connection day is tentatively scheduled for December 20th.
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School Calendar 2018-2019
11/07/2017
Our School Calendar for the 2018-2019 school year is here! Please take a look under the District Documents tab at the top of this page. Mark your family calendar with all of the upcoming dates.
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School Wellness Policy
05/30/2017
The Board recognizes that good nutrition and regular physical activity affect the health and well-being of the Corporation’s students. Furthermore, research suggests that there is a positive correlation between a student’s health and well-being and his/her ability to learn. Moreover, schools can play an important role in the developmental process by which students establish their health and nutrition habits by providing nutritious meals and snacks through the school’s meal programs, by supporting the development of good eating habits, and by promoting increased physical activity both in and out of school. To view the Wellness Policy, go to the Middle School/High School or Elementary webpages, under the Food Services tab.
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