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 December 14, 2018               Day 7          White cycle

The next Bird Club meeting will take place Thursday, Dec 20 right after school.

There is a Peer Mediation  meeting on Tuesday, December 18 right after school  in H101.  All members are expected to attend.

Attention Seniors superlative voting is now open on the Class of 2019 Google Classroom site.  Vote once and vote for seniors and teachers now through Friday, Dec. 14.

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.

Triton Happenings

Abigail Wing is highlighted in the “Ask Away”  section of ACTFL’s Lead with Languages!  

As an FLHS Officer,  Abigail is the Triton High School SHF Chapter’s Historian.
Recent News
Please congratulate the new National Honor Society members for the 2018/2019 school year. Fifteen new members were inducted 12/10/18 at the Triton High School auditorium. 
New members: Jaimeson Bell, Samuel Bell, Eric Buczala, Sarah Burd, Adrianna Deeb, Sophia Dixon, Linda Freeman, Tyler Godfrey, Ivy Huang , Tirth Patel, Samantha Protopapas, Keegan Ritchie, Nicholas Ritchie, Olivia Ritchie, Abigail Wing 
We would also like to thank James Allen for being our Guest Speaker last evening. 
Current members: Riley Daniels, Abigail Densmore, Evelyn Densmore, Jacqueline Downs, Elizabeth Lindholm, Amanda Olson, Rachel Phillips, Ashlyn Smith and Alice Thornton Officers: Lily Fullford, Anna Behringer, Juliana Orlandi, and Isabella Lesinski  
Congratulations goes out  to Madison Butler for being selected to the URI Southern New England Honor Band.  Maddie will be perfomring in February with other instrumentalist from all over the region. 

Freshmen in Jennifer Jones’ advisory group making dog toys for Sweet Paws Rescue in Groveland.  The toys will be used to entertain the dogs while they wait out their 48 hour quarantine at the rescue before going to their forever homes in New England.
The Triton High School Robotics team competed in the WPI robotics tournament this past Saturday. Congratulations to Seniors, Nate Piccard and Zach Benesh for designing the winning robot. This is Nate’s second year winning first place at the competition. Maddie MacDonald, Ivy Huang, Adrianne Deeb, Zach Godfrey and Nate Ewell also made it to the semi-finals with their two respective robots.  Also on the team – Mia Surridge, Ross Lyons, Alexander Chouvelon, Tyler Godfrey, Sam Bell, Jonah Burd, Eric Buczala and Alex Wing.
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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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