Tri-Valley Students Prepare for the Upcoming AP Tests

Becca Thom

March 30, 2016

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AP (advanced placement) tests are coming up soon, and the students of Tri-Valley are doing all they can to make sure they get a passing grade. The tests are graded on a scale of zero to five, with five being the best. In order to pass the test and receive the college credit, a student must r...

Inside CDE for FFA

Jena Farr

March 28, 2016

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Tri-Valley's 18th annual Career Development Event or better known as CDE was held on Monday, March 21, 2016 at Tri-Valley High School. In simpler terms, CDE is a competition in an area of your choice where you judge, take a test ...

New Year, New Members

Kiana Kuchta

March 17, 2016

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National Honor Society is an organization based on character, leadership, scholarship, and service. Rebecca Pester, high school special education teacher, has been the NHS advisor for seven years. To get into NHS, students...

Geometry Projects Help to Enhance Learning

Becca Thom

March 17, 2016

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The annual dilation projects in Mr. Reider’s class is off to a great start. These projects help the students to apply what they are learning in class to a project and to spend some time away from taking notes. The projects have been going on for a week. Sophomore Cassie Hartman describes t...

Kuchta Participates in Middle School All-State Band

March 10, 2016

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This year the Middle School All State Band was held in Pierre on March 4.  The main reason for the Middle School All State Band is to feature the most talented students in grades 6th-8th in South Dakota in a concert setting. Mrs....

Welcome to Tri-Valley, Mr. Brees

March 4, 2016

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As the school year rolls on, we welcome a new teacher. Mr. Kyle Brees is a math student teacher from Pierre, and started his time at Tri-Valley on January 4th. Mr. Brees is currently attending Dakota State University. “I’ve always enj...

From Time to Time

Darian Neuberger

March 2, 2016

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The English Renaissance was an era of discovery, it dates back to the 15th through the early 17th century. Now, Tri-Valley’s high school English teacher, Ms. McKinsey Tate, reintroduced the English renaissance to her students in h...

FFA Week

Brandon Siemonsma

February 26, 2016

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The Tri-Valley FFA finished off their National FFA week from starting on the 20th and finishing on the 27th of February. “FFA is an organization based on leadership and agriculture,” said Grant Burggraff, who is the Tri-Valley...

Global Play Day Boosts Creativity

Darian Neuberger

February 21, 2016

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Children were born to make dreams and follow those dreams. Children are also supposed to have fun doing it! Global Play Day showed the true meaning of child innocence. Global Play Day is not just about children playing, but...

What is the Point Club?

Kiana Kuchta

February 19, 2016

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  The Tri-Valley Elementary students have been doing many things this school year to get involved. Mrs. Johnson, the Elementary Principal, has a point club. The point club is called Mrs. Johnson’s Morning Math and it is every Tuesday and Thursday mornin...

Toot Your Own Horn

February 17, 2016

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Music is in everyone’s daily lives. Expressing music either vocally or instrumentally, brings out the passion and the emotions. Tri-Valley School’s selective Honor Band students sent music to our ears when they start to perform...

Students Compete at Augustana Band Contest

Brandon Siemonsma

February 14, 2016

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The Tri-Valley High School Band places their mark on the calendars again. On Monday February 1, 2016, high school students from Mrs. Andrea Harstad’s band class were able to show off their talents in the annual Augustana Band...

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