Triton High School is a community that values independence while engaging students in connected learning to foster an environment that demands respect for self and others. We are committed to helping students become responsible for their own learning by providing them with opportunities to develop relevant 21st Century skills as they begin careers, pursue college, and contribute to their communities. We believe students should be able to read and write effectively, communicate ideas appropriately through a variety of platforms, and create and problem solve independently and collaboratively.
Thursday, October 18, 2018 Day 4 Blue cycle
Please return all student forms to the main office
Agenda notebooks are available in the main office for $5.
This year for Homecoming Dance the theme is “Fire and Ice”. Heads up to all students planning to attend that the colors to wear for the dance will be red and white.
There is a mandatory meeting for those who have signed up for this years Powder-Puff team on Tuesday 10/23 right after school in the cafe.. Any questions see Mr. Suprin in H213
All Bird Club members who are attending today’s trip to the Ipswich River Wildlife sanctuary meet in Mr. Horsley’s room at 2:15 pm
Seniors! Stay after school Monday’s and Tuesdays in Ms. Cornell’s room (H104) to help set up the skit and decorations for homecoming. All are welcome, no artistic ability is required.
Any student interested in exploring their creativity are welcome to join the Art club with Ms. Miller. Art Club will meet on Thursdays after school in room A201! Stop by Ms. Miller’s Art Room to sign up.
The next SADD meeting of the year will be on Monday, Oct 29. All are welcome. Please come to Ms.Wagner’s room at 2:15.
Yearbooks are on sale now for $60 at yearbookforever.com Prices go up to $70 October 16. Get yours now for the reduced price.
There is a National Honor Society meeting on Tues. Oct 16 in H222 at 2:20om. Please bring community service hours.
Triton Girls’ volleyball will be hosting a Panera Bread fundraiser Oct. 19 from 3-9. Bring in the flyer and 10% of the proceeds will go towards the team.
If you would like to donate a pint of blood for the American Re Cross on Friday, Nov 9. Please sign up with Mrs. Norton or Mrs. Kovach. You must be at least 16 to donate.
There’s Peer Mediation meeting on Monday, Oct 22nd. All members are expected to attend.
Congratulations to the Boys Cross Country team, who yesterday defeated North reading by sweeping the top 6 places in the race. The race was won by Tyler Stranc, followed by Diego Fernandez, Keegan Ritchie, Graham Stedfast, Anthony Farago and Aiden Gay-Killeen.
Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country team, who are 9 and 0 after beating North Reading yesterday. Top finishers were Freshman Ellie Gay-Killeen and Ella Visconti, sophomore Sarah Harrington and Isabella Silva and Juniors Kylie Lorenzo and Laney Toal.