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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.

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Daily Announcements

Friday, Feb. 15, 2019               Day 2        White cycle

Cribbage Club meets Tuesdays at 2:30 in H225. Come Play!

Agenda notebooks are available in the main office for $5.

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.

Any student who has two or more studies a day is allowed to go to the Learning Commons during only one of those study periods.  Please plan accordingly if you need to access resources in the Learning Commons.

The Universal Technical Institute site visit has been rescheduled to Wednsday, Feb. 27 (Day 5).

There will be a   National Honor Society meeting on Tuesday, Feb 26 at 2:20 in H222.  Please bring community service hours.

Triton Happenings

          

Featured here are students in Mr. Horsley’s AP Environmental Science course. Throughout the year, students consider ecosystem functioning and interdependence, assess the human impact on these natural systems, and analyze behavior/policy changes that could reduce our overall impact. Currently students are conducting independent research on nonrenewable and renewable energy sources in preparation for a debate. Today’s debate features two teams, one supporting solar energy as a valid sustainable energy source, and a second team, arguing against solar energy. The students receive follow-up questions from their teacher/peers. Additionally, their peers cast their vote as to which team was most persuasive and informative, ultimately winning the debate. This debate series is taken very seriously, and students put forth a great deal of effort to bet ready!

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This week the journalism classes are launching student-made podcasts on our website. One will be posted on the site each day for the next few weeks. The first is an article, podcast, and video from junior Sam Bell about the 20th anniversary of the NES theater program.If you get a chance, take a listen: https://tritonvoice.co/5385/in-depth/20-years-of-professional-childrens-theater/


Recent News

Congratulations to Junior wrestler Anthony ostrander for winning the Divisin 3 North 170 pound Championship this past weekend.  He has tied a Triton wrestling record for being a 3 time North Shore Champion. 


Congratulations to the following wrestlers who qualified for the Division 3 State tournament this Friday at Wakefield:  Chris Montes, Dylan Karpenko, Spiros Markopoulos, Ethan Tremblay, Anthony Ostrander, Josh Stevens and Jon Rolfe

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Triton Voice

Greetings from the Triton Voice, the student-produced newspaper of Triton High School.

We at the Voice are in the midst of a digital rebirth and are asking for your help. All we ask is that you read us online at tritonvoice.co, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and tell friends and family about our website. 

Why is following us so important? The more our online newspaper is viewed and read, the more the company that hosts our site promotes us. The host site is used by over 5,000 high schools and colleges across the country, and every day, they list, rank, and promote the best student news stories and web sites. 

By climbing the ranks, students reach a greater audience, are able to qualify for contests and scholarships, and are able to promote themselves to colleges through their resumes and and eventually get jobs. 
Overall, we see our relationship with our online audience as a win-win, and we continue to print hard-copy newspapers, too (32 weekly editions last year).
Thanks for your future help!
Triton Voice Staff
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