Triton_dog2Triton’s pet dog, Zoey, enjoys helping students at school. Some students enjoy reading aloud to Zoey as in the picture.

Triton_dog1In the other picture a student is practicing speaking in a louder voice as she gives Zoey commands to stay in the wagon.



The Triton Athletic Department will host Touch Downs and Take Downs from May 15th to the 17th from 3:30 to 5:45 each evening.  Students in grades kindergarten through 6th grade will learn about football and wrestling fundamentals from current and former Trojan players and coaches.  The Camp will be held at the Varsity Football Field and High School Gymnasium.  Cost for the camp is $15 before April 28th and $20 after the 20th.  Cost also includes a camp T-shirt.  Stop by the Triton Elementary School for an application.



On Tuesday, March 28, Triton Jr.-Sr. High School’s art club took a trip to Fort Wayne to attend a Q&A and film screening of Disney’s Moana. Students were able to view the movie and then listen to lead animator and Fort Wayne Native, Adam Green, answer questions about the movie and his profession. Before the movie, the group stopped by the Fort Wayne Museum of Art.


Triton_art1Pix 1: Seniors Emma Young and Connor Sherwood posing next to a painting made by artist Chuck Close.

Triton_art2Pix 2: Montana Golden (11), Jingle Grigsby (11) and Dylan Fear (8) study the soup can by Andy Warhol.

Triton_art3Pix 3: Seniors Amiee Gladieux, Megan Hayes and Kalli Miller-Potter finish their dinner at Fort Wayne’s Famous Coney Island

Triton_art4Pix 4: Junior Jingle Grigsby stops to get an autographed drawing by Disney animator, Adam Green.