Reminder that we'll be having our Kindergarten Winter Concert at 9am on Thurs, Dec. 23 in the PAC. If you're unable to attend, we've set up a livestream for you to watch your student perform @ Please join us for some fun winter music!
about 1 month ago, Triton Elementary School
Kindergarten Winter Concert
Mr. Haala was recognized by Taryn Wernecke during Dodge County Wildcat Hockey's Staff Appreciation Night. Taryn said that Mr. Haala is always encouraging her to do better- Thank you for all your hard work and dedication in making Triton a great place to learn and compete.!
about 1 month ago, Triton Cobras Activities
Hockey Staff Appreciation
We invite Kindergarten families to join us for a concert on December 23rd! The Kindergartners are so excited to perform for you!
about 2 months ago, Triton Elementary School
Kindergarten Winter Concert
The American Heart Association appreciates YOU! Our Triton Elementary community is stepping up once again and doing AMAZING this year helping others through Kids Heart Challenge. Together we are helping kids like: * Jaeden – open heart surgery at 2 months * Addie – 4 open heart surgeries * Finn – 18 heart surgeries before he was 6 years old * YOUR CHILDREN – staying active, eating heart-healthy foods and learning Hands-Only CPR to build a generation of lifesavers Already registered but still have family to ask? Haven’t registered but have been planning to? Hoping for a mystery gift and almost there? That’s OK – There is still plenty of time! Kids Heart Challenge is wrapping up: December 2nd, 2021 Click on our school link today:
about 2 months ago, Triton Elementary School
Attention Triton Families: Today, November 22nd law enforcement was dispatched to a 911 call in Dodge Center. The situation involved an armed individual. We did not have specific details, but the school was informed at approximately 12:30 to begin a soft lockdown. In communication with the Sheriff’s Department, it was determined that the situation was confined to an area North and East of the school buildings. The school was advised that it was safe to use the South exit of the school to transport student’s home outside of Dodge Center. We closed the North entrance which we were advised not to use due to the location of the incident. We kept all Dodge Center students in the building until they were picked up by an adult or had a safe route home. By 4:30 we were able to have most of our students home safely. An All Clear was issued at about 5:00 pm from the Sheriff’s Department that the situation was resolved, and the suspect was in custody. We appreciate your flexibility, patience and understanding in helping to make sure that all our students made it home safely. We appreciate our dedicated staff that helped make sure our students were able to get home safely. I appreciate the communication from our Sheriff, and I am glad the situation was resolved without anyone being hurt. Sincerely, Craig J. Schlichting – Superintendent Triton Public Schools
2 months ago, Craig Schlichting
Hello Triton Families, Thank you for your patience and understanding today as we dealt with this difficult situation. We have been issued an ALL CLEAR from the Dodge County Sheriff's Department. We will be sending an informational letter later this evening.
2 months ago, Craig Schlichting
Hello Triton Families, We have been approved to release students on busses other than students that live in Dodge Center. We do not want to release these students without releasing them with a parent or adult. We will only use the South Entrance and Exit of the school lot on County Road H. We will be releasing students to parents that pick them up, if they drive, we want to review the proper route before they are dismissed. The Sheriff has confirmed that the situation is contained, but we want to avoid the area around it. We will only allow pick up from the South entrance, the North Entrance will be closed.
2 months ago, Craig Schlichting
Attention Triton Families, We are in a soft lockdown at this time due to a situation across town. We are in communication with the Sheriffs department and the students are safe at school. We may need to adjust dismissal time due to this situation. We want to keep the students in the school where they are safe until we have further information.
2 months ago, Craig Schlichting
Kids Heart Challenge is rolling out and taking our students on an AMAZING road trip across America to learn all about heart and mind health, the importance of staying active, and helping others born with or who suffer from heart disease! Begin your trip today with the KHC Explorers by clicking on our school page: Click on our school link today: We have many fun things planned for the next few weeks – taking virtual field trips through our hearts and brains, learning about and helping kids with special hearts, and celebrating our successes! Can’t wait for everyone to Jump On Board!
2 months ago, Triton Elementary School
Dodge County Public Health will be holding a Covid-19 vaccine clinic for Triton school district students on Wednesday, November 17th from 3:00-5:00 PM at the Triton school for students 5-11 years old. The vaccine administered will be Pfizer BioNTech, which is a two-dose series given 21 days apart. Second dose clinic will be held on Wednesday, December 8th again from 3-5 PM
2 months ago, Shane Van Beek
A reminder that we will have picture retakes tomorrow at TES!
3 months ago, Shane Van Beek
Spread the word...#WeAreTriton has an app!
4 months ago, Craig Schlichting
Cobra Logo
We are excited for the second week of school! Please reach out if you have any questions or concerns. We will continue to have morning recess this week until 7:55 AM. Students that are eating breakfast may enter the school beginning at 7:40 AM.
4 months ago, Shane Van Beek
Interview days are coming up for you to meet your child's teacher! September 7th and 8th are the days! If you have not signed up for a slot, or if you are having troubles signing up, please reach out to the office.
5 months ago, Shane Van Beek