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Triad teachers are transitioning this year to new standards in Math, English Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies. This involves shifts in content, often to different grade levels, as well as changes in instruction. New materials have been purchased for K-12 math and elementary literacy to align with increased expectatons. All subjects will be taught in more depth, and students will be expected to master and retain skills to use in new applications.

Why are these changes important--and necessary?  Across the nation, too many students are graduating from high school without being fully prepared to go on to a 2-or 4-year college, a technical school, or to enter the work place.  Our communities now include the global community, and competition to fill jobs that have not yet been created will be fierce. Our goal is to assure our Triad students are able to be critical readers, writers, and problem-solvers, ready to meet any challenge that lies ahead.






Facilities Management
Rick Wilkins, Maintenance Supervisor


Jeremy Stokes, Maintenance Assistant
Gifted and Talented Education

Talented and Gifted Program (TAG)

The Triad Local School District’ s Talented and Gifted program is funded through a combination of State and local revenue, which provides  advanced language arts services to students in grades three, five and six who are identified in the specific academic area of reading.  Students in grades three, five and six meet with the gifted intervention specialist on a daily basis , and she is the teacher of record for these students. Fourth Grade students that are identified in the specific academic area of math receive services on a daily basis from the gifted IS, and she is their teacher of record.  Students in grades five and six participate in a math enrichment program each day with the gifted IS.

Gifted and Talented Intervention Specialist:
The Gifted Intervention Specialist is:
Nicole Nerderman



Registration and Enrollment

 Welcome to Triad Local Schools!

For the convenience of new resident and potential open enrollment students, Triad Local Schools has added the enrollment packet to the website.   This information is also located at the Triad Board of Education Office at 7920 Brush Lake Road, North Lewisburg, OH 43060

** If you choose to use this option, please remember to SIGN the forms before sending or bringing them in.  The form will NOT be considered valid without the proper signature.

Enrollment usually falls into three categories; resident  student, court / foster placed student and open enrollment student.

Please call the building secretary to schedule an appointment to enroll your child(ren). This helps them to set aside the time needed to go over the informatrion without interuptions.  Elementary 937-826-3102, Middle School 937-826-3071, High School 937-826-3771. THANK YOU!!