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Three Rivers Local School District October Newsletter

1st Quarter Updates

It's hard to believe that we are nearing the end of the first quarter. We are excited about all of the great things already happening in our daily instruction, through our athletic program, and in the arts. The school spirit is clearly alive in the hallways following Homecoming events and pep rallies.

State Report Cards were released in September using the most recent star rating system. Three Rivers Local School District received impressive results.

Three Rivers received five stars in Progress, Gap Closing, and Graduation (22 out of 25 stars) placing us in the top 10% of school districts in the State. To view the District or individual school Report Cards, visit https://reportcard.education.ohio.gov/.

We are proud of our students, parents, and staff for this achievement and are committed to keeping academic achievement a top priority during the 2022-2023 school year.

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Mark Your Calendar for October

☑Three Rivers Elementary

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-10/9 Trunk or Treat

-10/10 PTO Meeting

Taylor Middle School

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--10/3 & 10/4 Talent Show Auditions

-10/10 PTO Meeting

-10/15 Talent Show

-10/24-10/28 Boo Gram Sales

-10/28 NJHS Halloween Dance

-10/29 5th/6th Grade Game Night

Taylor High School

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-10/5 FAFSA Night

-10/10 PTO Meeting

-10/6 Choir Concert

-10/12 PSAT

Three Rivers Local School District

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-10/13 End of First Quarter

-10/14 No School/Staff Professional Development

-10/17 No School/Parent-Teacher Conferences

-10/21 Report Cards Go Live in Progress Book

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Trunk or Treat Sign Up

We need more vehicles to participate. Please consider signing up so that we can make it a fantastic event for the Three Rivers Community.

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During the summer of 2020, Three Rivers suffered a loss to the entire school community. At the age of 15, Nick Cordrey passed away. Nick was an amazing young man who showed strong characteristics in leadership, concern for others, work ethic, and athleticism on top of being a talented soccer player who had a love for politics.

Nick would be a senior this year so his family and friends wanted to provide something special to the community to maintain his legacy. During the September 24th Taylor Boys Soccer game, the District and Cordrey family dedicated the new Three Rivers Memorial Garden in Memory of Nicholas R. Cordrey.

Many of the Cordrey's family and friends attended the event where Superintendent, Dr. Mark Ault, and Nick's mother, Aimee Cordrey, spoke in remembrance of Nick. Additionally, the entire Ross Soccer team came over and respectfully gave their attention in support of the Cordrey family and Taylor Soccer Program. The Ross team extended their condolences by giving flowers to Mrs. Cordrey.

No school, family, or community can ever overcome the loss of a child. However, seeing not only the Three Rivers Community but also the Ross Soccer Team and coaches come together, reminds you how important a close-knit community is during difficult times.

Ohio Minds Matter Parent Resources

The Ohio Department of Medicaid’s new Ohio Minds Matter website introduces screening tools, detection and prevention options, and guidance on when and how to seek help for a child. This online behavioral health resource can help families, teachers and health care professionals manage increasing childhood mental health needs. The site includes tools and guidance developed by a panel of clinical childhood behavioral health experts.

Effects of the COVID pandemic have been particularly hard on child mental health, resulting in significant increases in youth depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. These conditions, if left untreated, can harm a child’s ability to learn, grow and develop.

Ohio Minds Matter, a statewide collaborative sponsored by the Ohio Department of Medicaid through the Ohio Colleges of Medicine Government Resource Center, provides behavioral health tools and educational resources including:

  • Treatment modules and screening tools for common behavioral health conditions;
  • Guides for prescribing psychotropic medications;
  • Prevention resources;
  • A tool to help families make treatment decisions;
  • Insights into OhioRISE, a new specialized behavioral health managed care program for children with complex, multisystem needs; and
  • Information about how to get help.

CT Young from 63 Years Ago

2nd Grade Student Takes Show and Tell to the Next Level!

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Mr. Fred Got Slimed!

On Friday, September 30th, one student from each grade in Three Rivers Elementary and Taylor Middle School got to slime Mr. Fred as a reward for the PTO Mumkin Sale.

Alumni Climbs 110 Flights for a Cause

Mitchell Strassel from the Hebron, KY Fire Department, Taylor HS class of '21, came back to Taylor High School in September. He climbed 110 flights (2200 steps) in Taylor's stadium in honor of the men and women who fought to save lives and the ones who paid the ultimate sacrifice on 9/11. Thank you, Mitchell, and all first responders.

Student Opportunity

If any high school student is interested in Young Life, there is a student-led group from Taylor.

Click HERE to view information from their September THS YL Newsletter. The newsletter includes meeting dates/locations and leader contact information.

*Young Life is not affiliated with Three Rivers Local School District.

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