Tri-State STEM+M Parents: Impact Prevention will be here tomorrow, Tuesday April, 13th from 3:00-4:00PM for Parent Focus Group to gather information on strengths of the school, as well as opportunities for growth. There are only 8 spots available. Participants receive a $20 gift card of their choosing! Please sign-up at http://surveymonkey.com/r/L7RY2SG
As a reminder, this Saturday, April 3rd, we'll have several vendors set up on our parking lot for the South Point Community Yard Sale! We still have some spots available if you can bring us $15 by 5:00PM today! Kona Ice will be on site Saturday from 11-2 and Mrs. Himes will be selling her famous cookies as well! We are also happy to announce we will be doing an Open House from 9-2 for anyone interested in a tour of the school or information on enrollment! Lastly, along with the yard sale and Kona Ice we are still raising funds to help offset some costs for the upcoming Senior Trip. Please check out this Go Fund Me link for more information! https://www.gofundme.com/f/tristate-stemm-school-senior-trip?qid=2254bfcfd84ff6cd12934915030ede2e
This Saturday, April 3rd, during the South Point Community Yard Sale we will also be having an Open House from 9:00am - 2:00pm and invite anyone who is interested in learning more about Tri-State STEM+M to come by for a tour! For more information or to schedule a tour please call us at 740-377-4433.
Last week one of our 2020 Graduates, Allison Himes, was on WSAZ speaking about the school and an upcoming musical theater performance! Check out the video! https://www.wsaz.com/2021/03/25/tri-state-stemm-early-college-high-school/
Excited for the upcoming South Point Community Yard Sale but, don’t have a good location to sell your precious items? How about a prime location just past the roundabout heading towards the village? Good news! Tri-State STEM+M is renting out our parking spots at only $15 a spot for the entire day! Please bring $15, cash only, to Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School during regular school hours and we’ll get you signed up for one of our prime selling spots. Act fast, there are only 26 spots available! All proceeds from the sale go to the STEM+M Senior Trip fund. KONA ICE will be here from 11-2 selling their delicious shaved ice with a portion of those sales going towards our Senior Trip fundraiser. Mrs. Himes will also be here selling her amazing cookies w/ all proceeds going to the music department upcoming events! See you Saturday April 3rd!
Great news! During our South Point Community Yard Sale fundraiser, everyone's favorite shaved ice, KONA ICE, will be here 11:00am-2:00pm Saturday April 3rd! A portion of those proceeds will also go to the Senior Trip fundraiser fund. Started your spring cleaning and ready to get rid of precious items!? We still have some parking spots available for rent at $15 a spot! Please bring $15 cash to the school during school hours and we'll get you one assigned. Limited spots available.
Excited for the upcoming South Point Community Yard Sale but, don’t have a good location to sell your precious items? How about a prime location just past the roundabout heading towards the village? Good news! Tri-State STEM+M is renting out our parking spots at only $15 a spot for the entire day! Please bring $15, cash only, to Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School during regular school hours and we’ll get you signed up for one of our prime selling spots. Act fast, there are only 30 spots available! All proceeds from the sale go to the STEM+M Senior Trip fund.
Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will be operate as a Digital Day tomorrow, Monday, February 22nd. Students who are able should log into Schoology to find their assignments. If you are unable to access Schoology tomorrow due to lack of internet or other resources, you will be allowed to make up the assignment. Also, A.C.T. testing that was originally scheduled for Tuesday February, 23rd has been rescheduled for March 9th. Again, A.C.T. testing that was scheduled for Tuesday February, 23rd has been rescheduled for March 9th. Thank you
Due to ongoing circumstances such as travel concerns and the lack of power and communication across the region, Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will remain closed Thursday, February 18th and Friday, February 19th. There will be no virtual classes during this time. We will resume the regular schedule on Monday, February 22nd. Stay safe!
Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday February 17th. This will not be a virtual day. Thank you.
Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday February 16th. This will not be a virtual day. Be safe everyone.
Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will be closed tomorrow, Thursday February 11th and will operate as a Digital Day. Students should log into Schoology tomorrow for their assignments. Parent-Teacher conference will be proceed as scheduled virtually. Parents who scheduled times should check their emails prior to their meetings for specific instructions. Thank you
Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will be closed tomorrow February 2nd. There will be no virtual work to be completed.
Tri-State STEM+M families and staff, Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School will be closed Thursday January 28. This is not a digital day, there will be no online work to be completed. Thank you.
Tri-State STEM+M Families, School Fees for sophomores-seniors were due in December. Please try to have these paid by the end of January. It is $100 total, or if you qualify for free/reduced lunch, then it is only $50. Thanks!
Tri-State STEM+M Students and Families, As we continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and attempt to operate at the safest means for students and staff as possible, the following information will be the layout for the next 3 weeks and through at least the 1st 9 weeks. Week of Jan 11th – All Virtual (Every student virtual, all staff present in the building) Regular Daily Block Schedule Week of Jan 18th – MLK Jr day on Monday (NO SCHOOL) - IN-PERSON Tuesday through Friday unless student has opted for 1st 9 weeks Virtual Learning. Regular Daily Block Schedule (THIS WEEK IS AN ODD WEEK DUE TO HOLIDAY) Week of Jan 25th – In-Person Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday unless student has opted for 1st 9 weeks Virtual Learning. Wednesday is Virtual/Remediation Day. Regular Daily Block Schedule. This schedule will remain at least throughout the 1st 9 Weeks of the Spring 2021 Semester. Unless something changes, the schedule for the week of January 25th will remain intact throughout at least the 1st 9 weeks grading period. This is consistent with the calls from the Governor and ODE that school staff and most vulnerable persons will have the COVID-19 Vaccination option being made available and administered by early March. We are allowing those students and families who are high risk to remain virtual if they so choose. We are taking what we feel are the most appropriate steps possible that will allow our school to be open, remain open and to operate safely throughout the semester. **To be clear, there are no separate groups A and B like we saw previously saw in the Fall semester. Unless a student has opted for Virtual-Learning, they are to be present at the school Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Wednesday will be used as our virtual catch-up and remediation day. We have attached an image of a calendar to assist with more understanding. Virtual Option Form is located here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfM1y6MbKj13Gy0SE9FwgEGXMHkakyHx5GTIK97K7-eNInlWA/viewform
Glockner Dare to Dream Challenge: Hi everyone, if you are interested in participating in the Glockner Dare to Dream competition, please let Mrs. Davidson know ASAP! I have attached the link including more info about it. In 2020, we had a team place 1st and 3rd!! The 1st place team took home $7,500!! This is a business/idea pitch competition just like the show "Shark Tank" but for high school students. https://glocknerdaretodream.com/#:~:text=The%20championship%20for%20the%20seventh,of%20%2437%2C000%20in%20prize%20money.
Tri-State STEM+M families, As a reminder all students are to report to their classes via virtual format tomorrow January 4th beginning with 1st block at 8:00am. There will be no separate groups for this week. Every student is expected to be in class, virtually, Monday thru Friday. Thank you
Tri-State STEM+M Students and Families, Due to some significant changes in ODE guidance along with a spike in cases due to the Christmas holiday, Tri-State STEM+M will begin Monday January 4th in an all-virtual format. This change is currently just for the first week of classes but, as we saw in the fall, we may need to pivot to change at any point. During this week staff will be teaching classes during regular school hours via Zoom M-F and we will also be working on some classroom redesigns to help us with the new ODE guidance. Without these classroom changes, we would no longer be in compliance. This guidance change was unexpected and just came through last night. Our goal is to get every student who is able, back into the school building as soon as safely possible. We will be sending out information on Monday for those families who wish to stay virtual for the first 9 weeks. Thank you for your continued patience and understanding. Have a wonderful New Year! Mr. Joseph and Mrs. Davidson
Dear Parents and Staff, Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School has been notified that a Tri-State STEM+M staff member has tested positive for COVID-19. We have worked with the Lawrence County Health Department to assist them with any necessary information. Based on contact tracing, no students will need to be quarantined. We appreciate that our students and staff have been dutifully adhering to facial covering and social distancing guidelines. As a reminder, please monitor your student’s health and follow the CDC guidelines throughout this pandemic and report to us any quarantine situations or positive cases. Tri-State STEM+M will continue to monitor this situation and will provide any additional information as needed. We hope for a full and successful recovery for the staff member. Thank you for your continued support and cooperation during these challenging times, Josh Joseph Interim Director