The 3rd Annual Triton Gives Back Day will be taking place this Friday, October 1st.   

Triton Superintendent Jeremy Riffle said, “Every Triton Scholar and Staff member will engage in some type of service on Friday.”  He continued, “This engagement is a way for our students and staff to actively live out the Trojan Way, thinking of others over self, by actively engaging with businesses, service organizations, and community government to lend a hand.”

Some of the events that will be taking place from 9 to 11 on Friday include: landscaping around the new gazebo at Miller’s in Culver and outdoor activities, working around the Bourbon Library, washing, drying and sweeping the vehicles of Triton staff members, playing games with residents at Autumn Trace, stuffing goodie bags for the Marshall County Council on Aging, painting and mulching for the Plymouth Park Department, packing boxes for wounded soldiers with Operation Quite Comfort and crafting with preschoolers in preschool programs.