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.
Friday, November 16, 2018 Day 3 White cycle
The Volleyball Tournament is happening Friday, November 16th. Put a team together to compete and turn in your team members to either Mrs. Wright or Ms. Andersen. We have 1 opening left. First come last team entered.
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. Tickets are on sale during lunch for $7 and at the door $10.
There will be a mandatory National Honor Society meeting for current members on Tuesday, Nov 20 at 2:20pm in H222. Please bring community service hours.
There is Peer Mediation meeting for all members on Tuesday, November 20th, right after school in H101. All meetings are mandatory.
Seniors! Stay after school Mondays 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.
Sophomores don’t forget we’re planning our homecoming skit Mondays and Wednesdays in Ms. Richard’s room and Thursdays in Ms. Walter’s room. All are welcome and encouraged to help. No artistic ability needed.
Triton HS Travel Club is excited to announce our destination for July 2019–ATHENS and THE ISLANDS! Interested in learning more? . We have a few spots left on tour–don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity! Please contact Travel Club Advisor, Ms Dempsey, if interested .
Congratulations to the Girls Cross Country team, who on Saturday finished 2nd overall in the Division 5 State Championship meet, the highest finish for the team in school history. There girls were led by medalist Ellie Gay-Kileen, and Sarah Harrington, along with Kerry Power, Kylie Lorenzo, Landry Toal and Isabella Silva. The girls will next compete at the All-State Championship in Westfield this Sunday.
Congratulations to Boys Cross Country members Tyler Stranc and Diego Ferendez, who both medaled at the Division 5 State Championship meet to lead the team to a 3rd place finish and qualify for the All-State Championship meet this Saturday in Westfield.