Mrs. Haar Wins TV Teacher of the Year

Kiana Kuchta

April 1, 2016

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Every year a teacher is nominated by the surrounding community for Teacher of the Year. Congratulations to Mrs. Kate Haar on being selected as the Tri-Valley 2016 Teacher of the Year.  Mrs. Haar has taught first grade at Tri-Valley...

The Blue Ribbon Task Force

Brandon Siemonsma

January 31, 2016

Filed under News, Uncategorized

On January 12, 2016, South Dakota Governor Dennis Daugaard presented his state of the state address to the public. He began by talking about his plan for increasing the sales tax by half of a cent to raise the average teacher...

You “Hafta” FAFSA

January 31, 2016

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If you are a current high school senior, listen up. Students nowadays are provided with an option of FREE MONEY for college. This free money comes in the form of  FAFSA (Free Applications for Federal Student Aid). The schools...

The Wonderful West Central Winter Symposium

Paige Harkema

January 24, 2016

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On January 18, eight schools congregated together to attend the West Central Winter Symposium at West Central High School. While in attendance, local educators attended various workshops to discuss how to improve traditional education. During th...

Election Day is on its Way!

Logan Larsen, Contributor

January 24, 2016

Filed under News, Student Life

The 2016 election is on track to be one of the most heated elections of all time. With the Benghazi issue with Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump taking the nation by surprise, this election is anything but normal. With this election,...

Tri-Valley Junior High One-Act Performance is a Hit!

Paige Harkema

December 7, 2015

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On Friday, November 11, the Junior High students at Tri-Valley performed a One-Act play in the middle school gym. The play entitled, Laffin’ School, was written by Keith Jackson and was directed by Tri-Valley English teacher,...

A look into the life of John F. Kennedy

Austin Arvin

November 22, 2015

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John F. Kennedy was an iconic President born on May 29th, 1917. He went on to further his education at Harvard University and graduated in 1940. He then entered the Navy. According to whitehouse.gov, during his time in the Navy,...

Tri-Valley goes above and beyond for the heroes that deserve it the most

Samantha Sommer

November 15, 2015

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Every year since 2010, Tri-Valley School gives thanks to our veteran heroes for their courageous acts, and this year was no different. Students of all ages worked for many hours to make the program possible and to honor our community veterans correctly. “E...

Crooks Area Working Together Scavenger Hunt Entertains Students

Paige Harkema

October 26, 2015

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On October 18th, roughly fifty Tri-Valley students attended the CAWT Scavenger Hunt at the Crooks Community Center put on by Tri-Valley’s own NHS and FBLA members. Mrs. Pester has been the National Honors Society advisor fo...

New Teacher on the Block at Tri-Valley Elementary School

October 18, 2015

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Ms. Lambley has entered her first year ever as a teacher at Tri-Valley's Elementary School. She grew up in the small town of Burke, South Dakota and attended Mount Marty College in Yankton, South Dakota. "I give the credit to my own elementary teachers for ...

Meet the New Guy!

Logan Larsen, Contributor

October 8, 2015

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Mr. Matthew Bleeker is one of eight new teachers at Tri-Valley. He is 35 years old and has a loving wife and three daughters. He graduated with a degree in education from the University of Sioux Falls, and comes to our school...

Carter Hausmann

September 28, 2015

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Carter Hausmann is a Senior this year at Tri-Valley High School and is in the Mass Comm class. Carter's favorite thing to write about is current events or interesting events happening in the school.  Her favorite thing to do...

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