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GREETINGS BULLDOG FRIENDS AND FAMILY!

We continue to be excited about the wonderful work going on at Tri-Cities.  Our amazing students, teachers, and staff are investing valuable time into the mission, and we look forward to each and every day that we are given to make the journey. Notice that I put students FIRST. They are the reason we do what we do, and nothing will come before them. It is from this vein that I want to encourage everyone to maintain their focus on our students as we engage in the important work of getting them all prepared for whatever the future holds. This world is sick, and we are charged with equipping our students with the tools to overcome the adversities of the day. Through every learning experience available, we hope to make this happen. For this reason, we ask that every parent and partner consider how they can make lasting contributions to our mission – to transform our students into college and career-ready citizens, empowering them to positively change the world. We have no doubts that this is possible, but we need you. If we could make it happen without you, it would have already been done.  I thank you in advance for your commitment to our mission and, most importantly, our children. Let us go on to greatness.


Sincerely,
Dan A. Sims
Class of ’89 and Proud Principal

 

 


TCHS Band Drum Majors 2012.

 

 

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Hanh Pham
The Guidance Dept. has had the pleasure of working with Hanh Pham throughout the year as its Peer Leader. We recognize Hanh as a stellar student because she has proven to be a great student, and a great contributor to the department. Since her first day as Peer Leader, everyone in the department recognized her drive and commitment to success. She is a hard worker and contributes 100%, whether the task is miniscule or important. In addition to recognizing her hard work in the Guidance Dept., we would like to congratulate Hanh for being selected as a Posse Scholar with The Posse Foundation. This foundation is a non-profit organization that identifies, recruits, and trains student leaders from public high schools to form a group of 10 to 12 students, resulting in their “Posse.” The foundation awards students with a full tuition scholarship and sends them to some of the most prestigious colleges and universities in the nation. Every year, counselors are asked to nominate students to receive this distinguished award. We were ecstatic to learn that Hanh was accepted as a finalist, and were over the moon when we learned that she was selected as a Posse Scholar to the College of Wooster.

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