Fun Facts

Why do we have Titan Pride?

$0

The current cost of textbooks, fees, and technology for students attending the South Henry School Corporation is Zero.

1:1

Every student at Tri Elementary is issued an iPad for school and at home use.

K-12

All students in grades K-12 are learning together on one campus.

PTO

Our Parent/Teacher organization is super supportive sponsoring multiple events throughout the year

Family

At Tri, we are a family that works together for success in education.

Staff

Our Titan staff continues to train and grow to help maximize education for our students.

Student activities

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Titan Times Newspaper

The Titan Times is our student lead newspaper. 3rd-5th grade students are assigned topics for the paper. Their articles are submitted to their editor for review and approval. Titan Times covers school events, social items, and highlights students and staff.

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    Titan Times Newspaper

    The Titan Times is our student lead newspaper. 3rd-5th grade students are assigned topics for the paper. Their articles are submitted to their editor for review and approval. Titan Times covers school events, social items, and highlights students and staff.

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    Fall Festival

    Fall Festival is hosted by our PTO. Students submit pumpkins to match their favorite books. There are games, hayrides, raffles, and prizes.

  • spell bowl

    Spell Bowl

    4th & 5th graders come together to practice and learn how to spell grade level appropriate words. In November, they compete in an academic competition against other schools in the district.

  • math bowl

    Math Bowl

    4th & 5th graders work on math standards and compete against other schools. They compete in teams of 5 for multiple rounds.

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    Jump Rope for Heart

    Jump Rope for Heart is the Heart Foundation's ready-made fundraising and skipping program that helps primary school students move more and have fun, while raising vital funds for heart research, patient support and programs that help save lives.

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    Spring Olympics

    Student classrooms represent various countries and compete in multiple athletic events. Student's earn individual and class awards while also learning about the country they represent.

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    Santa's Shop

    Santa's Shop is set-up by our PTO. Students are able to do some holiday shopping for their families before break. Student's in need are able to shop at no expense.

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    Titan 500

    This longtime Titan tradition shows our Hoosier pride. Teams of students qualify and compete in this bigwheel race. The race is even broadcast on a local station.

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    Cheer Camps

    Tri High Varsity cheer is excited to share their passion for cheerleading with all elementary students. Students learn chants, jumps, stunts, and dances. They complete camps by cheering and performing halftime routines at a varsity football and basketball game.

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    Athletics

    Show off your Titan pride and athletic abilities by joining our school sports. Football, cheer, basketball, and wrestling are offered at Tri.

  • fall festival

    Fall Festival

    Fall Festival is hosted by our PTO. Students submit pumpkins to match their favorite books. There are games, hayrides, raffles, and prizes.

  • spell bowl

    Spell Bowl

    4th & 5th graders come together to practice and learn how to spell grade level appropriate words. In November, they compete in an academic competition against other schools in the district.

  • math bowl

    Math Bowl

    4th & 5th graders work on math standards and compete against other schools. They compete in teams of 5 for multiple rounds.

  • jump rope for heart

    Jump Rope for Heart

    Jump Rope for Heart is the Heart Foundation's ready-made fundraising and skipping program that helps primary school students move more and have fun, while raising vital funds for heart research, patient support and programs that help save lives.

Spotlight

Amy Stevens

Mrs. Amy Stevens is a treasure for our elementary school. Carrying an infectious joy, she teaches our students about the mystery of science each day through our Project Lead the Way program.

- Amy Stevens

Joe Hoffman

Mr. Joe Hoffman not only safely transports students everyday but he helps keep our building operating. Whether you see him in the halls or on the road he is about keeping our kids safe.

- Joe Hoffman

Susan Alcorn

Principal Alcorn shares her passion for reading with students through programs such as OG.

- Susan Alcorn