Triton_Wellness1Triton Jr. Sr. High School physical education teacher and coach, Ron Brown, works with his class in the new “Wellness” workout room at Triton.  All of the equipment was purchased through a grant from the K21 Foundation.

Left- Chase Butler,  Middle Alysha May, Bench Haylee Copsey, Right Brenden Ray, Rebecca Leeka

Triton_Wellness2Left- Aaron Stichter, Lifting Conner Ousley, Back Madison Lee ,Ethan Berry, Right- Kaden Atkins

Triton_My Plate 1Triton Elementary School is proud to have Mrs. Kathe Beehler from the Purdue Marshall County Extension Office join all third grade classrooms weekly to present the “My Plate” program.  Mrs. Beehler has been trained to instruct students in nutrition, to promote healthy eating choices ,and activity levels.  Students not only learn about being active and healthy foods, but they also learn surprising facts about some of their favorite munchies that they may have not considered before.

Triton_My Plate 2Over the course of this six week program, a special “healthy” snack alternative is given to students.  The main goals of these presentations are to help children gain knowledge about how to select foods that help bodies and minds to grow and be strong, along with allowing us to be healthy while functioning at our best.   We appreciate Mrs. Beehler’s efforts to help Triton kids be their best!


Picture 1: Mrs. Beehler, Nathan Schwartz, Ashlie Mc Andrews, & Travis BarnhartPicture 2:  Mason Bird

Triton_Donuts for dad 2015Each month at Triton Elementary School parents are invited in to school for a special informational meeting.  On Friday, September 18th, more than 100 fathers were present in the cafeteria with their children for “Donuts with Dads”!

Triton_Monarch butterflyOn the last day of summer, first period biology students at Triton Jr.-Sr. High School released the last Monarch butterfly. Each student had a chance to hold the monarch, and then, it flew away….. happy travels Monarch!

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