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Three Rivers Local School District March Newsletter

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March Updates

The end of the third quarter is March 10th. Students do not have school on March 13th for parent-teacher conferences or March 14th for staff professional development. We have a lot going on at Three Rivers during the month of March, so please take time to read this newsletter.

March Calendars

☑Three Rivers Elementary

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-3/1 Literacy Night (details below)

-3/1 Kindergarten Registration Opens

-3/13 No School/Parent Conferences

-3/14 No School/Staff Professional Dev.

-3/20 TRES/TMS PTO Meeting

Taylor Middle School

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-3/1 Literacy Night (details below)

-3/6 6th Grade Camp Kern Parent Meeting

-3/7 7th & 8th Grade Spring Choir Concert

-3/13 No School/Parent Conferences

-3/14 No School/Staff Professional Dev.

-3/20 TRES/TMS PTO Meeting

-3/27 Washington DC Parent Meeting

Taylor High School

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-3/1 Student Council Fundraiser (details below)

-3/8 Scheduling Fair

-3/9 Spring Choir Concert

-3/13 No School/Parent Conferences

-3/14 No School/Staff Professional Dev.

-3/22 Cap & Gown Distribution

Three Rivers Local School District

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-3/1-3/3 Scholastic Book Fair

-3/10 End of 3rd Quarter

-3/13 No School/Parent Conferences

-3/14 No School/Staff Professional Dev.

-3/14 Board of Education Meeting

-3/18 K-12 Fine Arts Day (details below)

-3/18 Reverse Raffle (details below)

-3/21 Report Cards Go Live

Free Breakfast Week
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The annual West Point Seminar consists of students from schools in the Greater Cincinnati area, including Taylor High School. Schools send a faculty member and two students to attend each year. Instructors, who are West Point graduates, teach the students a variety of leadership styles and practice simulations to discuss how to handle different situations that require leadership.

Students are selected by their respective schools and must display leadership skills within the classroom and among their peers. The 2023 team selected to represent Taylor High School were Juniors, Olivia Fries and Austin Childs as well as Teacher, James Tenhundfeld.


Western Hills Community Service Club's Student of the Month. Owen's accomplishments that qualified him for this incredible award included entrepreneurship, GPA, extracurricular activities, and overall character. Owen is a fantastic person who exemplifies the core values of Three Rivers Local School District. To support Owen during his acceptance of the award, he was joined by his parents Vanessa and Aaron Larkins, Superintendent Dr. Mark Ault, Director of Student Services Megan Rivet, Principal Mark Smiley, and Counselors Allison Heisel and Katie Ryan.

The Western Hills Community Service Club is an all-volunteer, non-profit service organization for men and women who want to serve their community, develop leadership skills, and enjoy new friendships. The WHCSC is dedicated to supporting agencies working for the prevention of child and sexual abuse and to honoring students who exhibit exceptional leadership and scholastic achievement from several local high schools. (https://whcsc.org/)


n February 22, 2023, 168 eighth-grade students were welcomed into the auditorium to hear Irene Butter’s story.


Artists, Isabella Lamb (8th grade) and Gigi Hensler (6th grade)


Ben Mitchell, a senior at Taylor High School

TMS Career Day

Three Rivers thanks all of the individuals who took the time to attend the 2023 Taylor Middle School Career Day.


Sessions will run from 9 am-12 pm the following weeks: May 30th - June 2nd (Tuesday - Friday due to Memorial Day) June 5th - June 8th (Monday - Thursday) June 12th - June 15th (Monday - Thursday)


Cincinnati Civic Orchestra Presents Ode to the Sword at Three Rivers Local School District's Bruce and Margaret Knapp Auditorium.


Taylor Student: Jacob Taylor Community Member: Chris Oser

Severe Weather Awareness Poster Contest

The OCSWA poster contest helps students in grades 1-6 learn about severe weather safety and preparedness. It's designed to showcase a student's originality and artistic talent while sharing the message of how people can protect themselves and others from the dangers and hazards that accompany severe weather in Ohio. Entries must be postmarked by April 21.

CLICK HERE to view the contest rules and additional information.

Girl Scout Day Camp

*The following opportunity is not affiliated with Three Rivers School District.

We’re ready to have a Magical Time! Are you? Come join us as we explore the world of magic through games, crafts, songs, and activities. From Penn and Teller to Harry Potter, we will perform amazing prestidigitation, display mysterious marvels, and present sensational illusions! Everyone is sure to have a wand-waving, card-tricking, abracadabra time!

Join us the week of June 19-23, 2023 at Miami Whitewater Park for some Magical fun. Registration opens April 1. Camp is open to ALL girls entering grades 1-12 in the fall of 2022. Check the council website (https://camp.gswo.org/summer-camp-sessions/volunteer-led-day-camp/) for our flier (scroll down the page, we are South 2B).

Our day camp is staffed completely by volunteers, so we welcome moms, dads, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and other adult friends to volunteer. A background in Girl Scouting is not necessary. Training is mandatory for all volunteers and will be provided by camp staff. Discounts are available for the children of volunteers, and a volunteer’s preschool age children (ages 3-5) and boys (ages 6-12) may attend day camp in their own units at no additional charge.

For questions or to find out how your non-Girl Scout daughter can get in on the fun, email us at daycamp2b@hotmail.com. We will get back to you within 48 hours of receiving your email. Looking forward to seeing you at camp!

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