Parents, Students, & Tri-Cities Community
Please Read & Review the RFF Proposal for 2015-2016
2015-16 RFF Proposal FINAL TCHS.pdf
We are excited about the opportunity to connect with family and rest over the holidays. Leading up to that time, we look forward to another great week in the Dawg House!
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be designated as “go home on time” days. Students will be dismissed at 3:30, and with the exception of active programs, all after school activities will be cancelled. We will clear the building by 4:00 p.m., so please make arrangements for your student.
We had an AMAZING Rake Day this past Saturday! The community truly appreciated the effort, and the students who came left a favorable impression on the neighborhood. Thank you to those students who kept their commitment.
Finally, I hope that you enjoy this week and continue to support our efforts to grow your student. Together, we can make it happen.
When we return from the break, we will have some very important meetings concerning the GA Milestones. Please be on the lookout for the specific dates and times, as we need EVERY household to be a part of at least one of our meetings.
Have a great week. GO BULLDOGS!!!!
Move On When Ready Changes
Move On When Ready (MOWR), the state program for students who want to participate in college courses while also enrolled in high school, has recently undergone updates at the state level. Detailed MOWR information can be found at the following link –
Students should be able to participate in MOWR per the state law in January 2016/spring semester, if they meet the following criteria:
1. The student must apply and be accepted into the post-secondary institution for the spring 2016 term.
2. The student must meet the post-secondary institution and state deadline for completing the MOWR Student Participation Agreement Form
3. The student must be able to remain on track for graduation if they are changing their schedule to participate in MOWR.
If you have questions regarding MOWR, please contact Kevin Scott and or your child’s counselor.!
Facilities Assessment Survey
Parents are invited to provide input via the Facilities Assessment Survey:
The purpose of the survey is to gather input to update the district’s five-year facility plan. The district needs your input regarding concerns related to the condition of facilities and the educationally appropriate use of spaces within facilities. The survey will be available from November 9 through December 11. This is your opportunity to share your views regarding school system facilities. Thank you for your participation.