It is with great excitement that we announce Tim Alberts as Triton’s next District Athletic Director. Tim will officially begin his role as athletic director on August 1, 2019, just in time for the start of the fall sports season. Tim has a vision for the mission of interscholastic athletics at the middle and high school levels […]
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The Triton School Committee was pleased to honor the final Student of the Month for the 2018/19 school year last week, freshman Aidan Pasek. Aidan’s work ethic and determination are beyond impressive, spending several hours each night preparing for the next day’s lessons, and rising to the challenge of difficult classes. He maintains excellent grades, […]
At Triton, we have the pleasure of not only celebrating the academic and athletic achievements of our students, but also the continued accomplishments of our alumni. Recently, several former students have been recognized for their success in “the real world.” Max Bard – Max Bard graduated from Triton High School in 2008. During his time […]
It’s a tradition that has been passed down for several years now in the Triton Community; Graduating Seniors visit their former elementary schools wearing their caps and gowns to take one last walk through the halls where it all began, and to inspire the next generation of elementary students. In the midst of graduation festivities, […]
Did you ever drive by Newbury Elementary and wonder what the 12’ “trash tower” in front was all about? As of May, it is officially gone, but the trash tower was started as a public “living art” project in 2014 by local artist and teacher Carol Baum to help bring awareness to and change people’s […]
Senior Devin Parsons had two reasons to celebrate on Tuesday evening. Not only was it his 18th birthday, but he was also named Student of the Month by the Triton School Committee. Devin was chosen because of his tireless effort in school, his leadership qualities, both in the classroom and on the baseball field, his […]
There is no question that today’s high school students are busy. Between schoolwork, sports, extracurricular activities, club commitments and after school jobs there would hardly seem to be enough time to see friends and family let alone volunteer to do more. However, that’s exactly what approximately 80 high school students do every year. They are […]
Earlier this week, the Triton School Committee was pleased to announce this month’s Student of the Month, Pine Grove 5th grader, Mia Dupuis. The adjectives her teacher, Elyse Earls, used to characterize Mia are many and read like the description of a model student: well-rounded; dedicated; determined; honest; hard-working; committed to learning. She is described […]
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