The Triton Regional Middle School in partnership with students, families, and the community is committed to the development of independent learners who respect differences and value academic excellence. A highly qualified staff nurtures intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth in the pursuit of developing responsible citizens and lifelong learners.
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- The Triton Regional Middle School Open House will be held tonight, Thursday, September 22nd, at 6:30pm in the Auditorium.
- 7th Grade Immunization forms are due immediately for all 7th graders. If you have not sent one in for your student please do so.
- Jazz Band Auditions will take place after school today, Thursday, September 22nd.
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TRITON MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL
After School Explorations
The Triton Regional School District is pleased to offer after-school/Out-of-School enrichment and extended learning opportunities to their students. Late bus transportation home is provided Monday through Thursdays only. Buses depart from Triton at 3:50.
Enrollment is on a first come, first serve basis! PROGRAMS WITH LESS THAN EIGHT REGISTERED STUDENTS WILL NOT RUN!
Musical Theatre (Saturday morning program):
Students will produce and perform the musical “Shrek The Musical JR.”. They will learn essential theatrical/musical skills and be introduced to theater games that will increase their improvisational talents. So, come join your friends, have fun and explore your creative and theatrical side. Auditions with weekly rehearsals will be held in the Triton High School Auditorium on Saturday mornings starting Oct. 8th from 9:00 to noon with additional rehearsals scheduled the week of March 5th (show week). For additional information on “Shrek The Musical JR.” please go to www.broadwayjr.com and enjoy!
Performances are scheduled for Friday evening, March 10th with Saturday afternoon and evening shows on the 11th. Student’s participating in “Shrek The Musical JR.” will need to arrange for their own transportation to and from rehearsals/performances.
Open to grades 6 – 9.
Media I (six week program):
Students will learn the basics of video production through the use of cameras, and editing equipment. They will be encouraged to conceptualize and produce their own videos, working by themselves or in small groups. The class will be limited in size, so we ask that only those serious about learning video production, while working with others in a team environment, apply for the course. Program meets Mondays starting Oct. 3rd from 2:30 to 3:45, through November 14th, in Triton’s TV studio, located in the building with the blue roof at the end of the football stadium. Open to grades 7 & 8.
Robotic Science 1 (six week program):
Join the fun and learn about robotic concepts through teamwork and problem solving challenges. Students will collaboratively design, build, and program the Lego Robotics’ devices using robotic kits and software. This is an opportunity for young people to be creative and explore different ways to engineer and design robotics components for real world application. Just think….maybe you want to be the next young engineer who can change our world with your design. Program meets Wednesdays in room M-100, starting Oct. 5 from 2:30 to 3:45 and runs through November 9th. Open to grades 7 & 8.
Art Studio I (six week program):
This course is designed to provide middle school students with a creative, problem-solving experience in the art studio. Students will work both independently and collaboratively in order to enhance their understanding of artistic application and technique. Program meets each Tuesday from 2:30 – 3:45, October 11th through November 15th, in the middle school art room. Limited to 12 students. Open to grades 7 & 8.
Pies On Wheels with Mrs. Bolduc (six week program):
Meals On Wheels is a national program administrated by our local Council on Aging. With the help of volunteers they provide a hot meal to those that are alone, disabled or elderly and still live in their own homes, but depend on others for help. Pies On Wheels is an original Triton program! Would you believe that the traditional Thanksgiving dessert (pie) is not part of the Meals On Wheels holiday dinner? Join Mrs. Bolduc in the Triton cafeteria kitchen and become a pie connoisseur. Help bake holiday pies and put a smile on someone special. For those that are unable to get out and about, just the thought of someone caring means the world to them. You can make a difference in someone’s life!
Community service credit awarded! Program meets Mondays, from 2:30 to 3:45, Oct. 3rdth through Nov. 21st, in the Triton Cafeteria. Open to grades 7-12.
FEE: Community Service based programs do not require fees.