Summer Bridge 2015 will begin on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 8:00 AM at Tri-Cities High School and continue through Friday, June 19, 2015. The hours are from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM daily. Summer Bridge is a transition program designed strictly for incoming 9th grade students to Tri-Cities High School from middle school. This year's program will feature a math boot camp, novel study, team building skills, guest speakers, a culminating fieldtrip, and much more; all centered around a Hunger Games theme. This year's Summer Bridge will be a fully interactive experience. See link below for transportation. Registration for new students will be held in the mornings in cafeteria from 7:30-8:30. New students will be accepted until Friday, June 5th. We hope to see you at Summer Bridge 2015.
GREETINGS BULLDOG FRIENDS & 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.
Dr. Dan A. Sims
Summer Bridge 2015 June 3-19, 2015 open to all 8th Grade students who will be attending Tri-Cities High
8th Grade students applying for AVID, applications are due May 29, 2015 to the main office at Tri-Cities High School or Paul D. West Middle School.
Flexible Learning Program (FLP)
Tri-Cities High School is offering to students the Flexible Learning Program (FLP) this school year. The Flexible Learning Program (FLP) is an alternative supplemental academic intervention in mathematics. The FLP Program has already started and we are encouraging parents to enroll their son or daughter so he or she can receive additional mathematics instruction. Our school will offer FLP on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:50p.m. to 5:30p.m. Should you decide for your child to participate in the FLP, he/she may ride the Extended Day/Extended Learning after school bus home, if applicable. Please complete the registration form that was mailed or see Mr. Scott in room L130, the FLP contact person, to complete one at school.
Class of ’89 and Proud Principal
Mr. Sims has received the Atlanta Families' Award for Excellence in Education!! The Atlanta Families' Awards for Excellence in Education was conceived as a way to recognize the "best of the best" in Atlanta education. By recognizing excellent educators each year, the Atlanta Families' Awards for Excellence in Education hopes to retain excellent teachers and school leaders, inspire other educators to transform their craft, and increase the public's awareness of educator and student success across metro-Atlanta. Tri-Cities High School has been selected as the 2014 Georgia Best Practice Award Winner for Increasing Participation in School Lunch, School Breakfast or Afterschool Snack. The school was recognized for the Grab and Go Breakfast Program with use of mobile kiosks. The award will be presented at the Georgia School Nutrition Association (GSNA) Kick-Off Luncheon, Thursday, September 25, 2014, 11:30 a.m. at the Macon Centreplex in Macon, GA.