7920 Brush Lake Rd.  North Lewisburg, OH  43060                      HS- 937-826-3771                       MS- 937-826-3071                         ES- 937-826-3102
Triad Local Schools
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Triad Local Schools: Successful learning today…productive living tomorrow

Triad Local Schools will:

Provide a safe, non-threatening learning environment Provide access to rigorous curriculum through differentiated instruction.

Provide opportunities for social development Develop the ability to problem solve individually and cooperatively.

Equip students with the skills and strategies to achieve their potential

Reading:

The district’s reading performance level, based upon students currently achieving at the advanced or accelerated level, and measured by the OAA and OGT, will increase to 56.1% for the 2012-2013 test administration. Students with disabilities (SWD) will close the achievement gap to 23.1% advanced or accelerated for the 2012-2013 test administration. Performance measure will be adjusted each year through the review of the decision framework.

Mathematics:

The district’s math performance level, based upon students currently achieving at the advanced or accelerated level, and measured by the OAA and OGT, will increase to 59.9% for the 2012-2013 test administration. Students with disabilities (SWD) will close the achievement gap to 22.3% advanced or accelerated for the 2012-2013 test administration. Performance measure will be adjusted each year through the review of the decision framework.

Graduation Rate:

The district’s graduation rate for the class of 2012 will increase to 96% and to 100% for the class of 2013 and beyond.

Superintendent's Message
Matt Sheridan
Superintendent

From the Superintendent
Dear Cardinals,
 
It is hard to believe that we have already completed three quarters of the school year.  Despite an uncooperative Mother Nature, the students and staff have worked hard to prepare for all of the state mandated testing.  The Winter sports season has ended and everyone is well into the spring when our students can finally get outside to participate in Track, Softball, and Baseball.   I am sure that our students, teachers, and parents are looking forward to the improving weather conditions as well so that we can finally get back into the routine of having school every day.   I again would like to express my gratitude to the community for its understanding for the need to cancel or delay school due to extreme weather conditions.  Student safety continues to be our top priority.   
 
The third nine weeks was a busy one at Triad Local Schools.  One area that I would especially like to recognize is our high school art students.  Mr. Graham has done an excellent job of assisting our young artists.   We also hosted a family literacy night at the elementary school.  It was well attended by students, parents, and teachers.  Additionally, our middle school students have participated in many academic competitions recently.  Triad Local Schools continues to offer many excellent learning opportunities for our students.  I encourage you to attend one of the many events we have going on at the schools before the end of the school year.        
 
Your partner in education,
 
Matt Sheridan
Superintendent

 

 

1/7/2014