Triton_band 2016The Triton Jr.-Sr. High School Marching Trojan Band had their first marching competition two weekend ago at Goshen High School. The band took 1st place in all captions. In the northern region, the Triton Band is currently in 2nd place…just .6 of a point behind the 1st place band. The Triton Community is very proud of the students and their commitment and dedication to this activity. The band is directed by Mr. David Seel. Way to go, Blue!

Triton_Computer grant 2016Views on Learning, Inc. (VOL) is very pleased to announce that Triton School Corporation has been awarded a grant for technology!  The award, $28,308.30, was presented to Triton staff on Thursday, September 8, 2016.  The grant will be used to cover the cost of adding new laptop computers for the Triton third grade classrooms.  Additionally, Triton will be presented mobile hotspots to access the EBS spectrum as part of the grant.  These hotspots can be used by anyone in the Triton organization that is supporting education.  These devices can also be checked out to students who do not have Internet access.  Furthermore, Triton will be granted access to the Lifesize Cloud® video conferencing system as part of this grant.  Third grade students at Triton Elementary School are shown using their new computers in Mrs. Strycker’s classroom.

Triton_digital microscope-C. ShivelyThe sixth grade science students in Mrs. Teresa Watkins class at Triton Elementary School viewed twine using their new digital microscopes. The students were working on a SLED lab where they had to create the strongest candy bag that held the most weight, was functional and was attractive to meet the client’s needs.

Triton_digital microscopes-Keegan The students realized by viewing the twine under the digital microscope that this was the item that was key in the success of the strength of their candy bag designs.                                                                                                                                                           Shown discussing the twine as viewed under the microscope are: Cameron Shively and Keegan Best