​Due to our blended-learning schedule, we were unable to have a Veterans Day presentation at the school this year. This presentation was made to honor our favorite Veterans and all of the Veterans across our great nation. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1QYVeRrI9dTiJKQ8htwXAZqJWLROMUATs/view
11 days ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Veterans Day
November 12, 2020 Tri-State STEM+M Families, As you know, many positive cases and close contacts related to COVID-19 are occurring in our county. This increase in cases has resulted in many more people being tested. One unexpected issue that may occur, due to increased testing, is a student coming to school during the time a household member is quarantined while awaiting the result of their test. Though, this has not happened to the best of our knowledge we are trying to get ahead of any possible accidental exposure. In order to prevent and limit as much as possible the close contact exposure of our students, we ask that all families do the following: • If a member of your household is tested for COVID-19 due to having symptoms, please keep your student(s) home from school until the results are negative and please notify the school by calling 740-377-4433 or emailing Mrs. Davidson at sdavidson@tristatestem.com • If a member of your household is tested for work or other reasons and is not symptomatic, you can continue sending your child to school. However, if that person tests positive, please notify the school immediately. As a reminder of our previous and continued precautions please remember to screen your student(s) for the symptoms before coming to school: • Temperature greater than 100.0 • Cough • GI (Vomiting/diarrhea) • New rash • Exposure to a COVID-19 case during a 48-hour period. If any of these symptoms are present, please call the school to notify us of the absence and do not come to the school building. ***REQUIRED REPORTING: Parents and Guardians are required to notify the school if their student has had any exposure to COVID-19 or has a confirmed positive case of COVID-19.*** Our goal is to keep our students as safe as possible. This virus unfortunately has us learning and adapting as we go. Thank you in advance for your continued cooperation and patience as we navigate this pandemic and the unintended consequences of it. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us. Stay safe and healthy! Josh Joseph Interim Director
12 days ago, Tri-State STEM+M
 November 12, 2020  Tri-State STEM+M Families,  As you know, many positive cases and close contacts related to COVID-19 are occurring in our county. This increase in cases has resulted in many more people being tested. One unexpected issue that may occur, due to increased testing, is a student coming to school during the time a household member is quarantined while awaiting the result of their test. Though, this has not happened to the best of our knowledge we are trying to get ahead of any possible accidental exposure.   In order to prevent and limit as much as possible the close contact exposure of our students, we ask that all families do the following: •	If a member of your household is tested for COVID-19 due to having symptoms, please keep your student(s) home from school until the results are negative and please notify the school by calling 740-377-4433 or emailing Mrs. Davidson at sdavidson@tristatestem.com •	If a member of your household is tested for work or other reasons and is not symptomatic, you can continue sending your child to school. However, if that person tests positive, please notify the school immediately.  As a reminder of our previous and continued precautions please remember to screen your student(s) for the symptoms before coming to school: •	Temperature greater than 100.0 •	Cough •	GI (Vomiting/diarrhea) •	New rash •	Exposure to a COVID-19 case during a 48-hour period. If any of these symptoms are present, please call the school to notify us of the absence and do not come to the school building.  ***REQUIRED REPORTING: Parents and Guardians are required to notify the school if their student has had any exposure to COVID-19 or has a confirmed positive case of COVID-19.***  Our goal is to keep our students as safe as possible. This virus unfortunately has us learning and adapting as we go. Thank you in advance for your continued cooperation and patience as we navigate this pandemic and the unintended consequences of it. Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us.   Stay safe and healthy!    Josh Joseph Interim Director
Currently enrolled Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors, This is a reminder that the Parent Information & Enrollment Meeting for the 2022 International Trip is tomorrow October 20th at 6:00PM. Please RSVP at this link https://rsvp.eftours.com/kj4pah9 If you are interested in attending via Zoom please email Mr. Joseph at jjoseph@tristatestem.com for a Zoom link. Thank you
about 1 month ago, Tri-State STEM+M
London, Paris, Rome map
Today's Friday update email from Mrs. Davidson contains information regarding student report cards and our 2022 international trip. Please check your email. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Tri-State STEM
Dear Parents and Staff: Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School has been notified that a Tri-State STEM+M student, who was not currently attending school since reopening, is in quarantine due to recent exposure to COVID-19. The exposure was not at school or any school related activities, nor was this student around any of our other TSS students. We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide information as needed. We urge you to be cautious during the pandemic and advise that you closely monitor your student’s health, follow the CDC guidelines, and contact your primary care physician if your student develops symptoms. As a reminder, we ask that you communicate with us whenever a student is officially quarantined or tests positive for COVID-19. Without this information we cannot accurately report our numbers, which results in us not keeping the families and staff as informed as possible. Up-to-date information can be found on our website at www.tristatestem.com/page/covid-19-dashboard Please be safe out there and by working together, we can get through this. Thank you, Joshua Joseph Interim Director
about 1 month ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Dear Parents and Staff:  Tri-State STEM+M Early College High School has been notified that a Tri-State STEM+M student, who was not currently attending school since reopening, is in quarantine due to recent exposure to COVID-19. The exposure was not at school or any school related activities, nor was this student around any of our other TSS students.   We will continue to monitor the situation and will provide information as needed. We urge you to be cautious during the pandemic and advise that you closely monitor your student’s health, follow the CDC guidelines, and contact your primary care physician if your student develops symptoms.  As a reminder, we ask that you communicate with us whenever a student is officially quarantined or tests positive for COVID-19. Without this information we cannot accurately report our numbers, which results in us not keeping the families and staff as informed as possible. Up-to-date information can be found on our website at www.tristatestem.com/page/covid-19-dashboard   Please be safe out there and by working together, we can get through this.  Thank you,   Joshua Joseph Interim Director
Ohio Department of Health Director's Order Effective September 8, 2020, parents or guardians of students and school staff who have been diagnosed with COVID-19, whether by laboratory test or through clinical examination are encouraged to notify their school no later than twenty-four (24) hours after receiving a confirmed diagnosis. To notify the school of a positive case please contact Mrs. Davidson via email at sdavidson@tristatestem.com or via Schoology message.
3 months ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Check out the new Tri-State STEM+M App. Get the latest news and much more. Check it out today! Apple App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/tri-state-stem-m/id1523871213 Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.tristates&hl=en_US
3 months ago, Tri-State STEM+M
It's everything Tri-State STEM+M... in your pocket.
We just wanted to take a minute on this Monday afternoon to say THANK YOU to all of our students, parents, and staff who have been so flexible and cooperative as we've begun our school year. This is a tough time for everyone, but we're determined to make the best of it for our students. Thank you!
3 months ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Thank YouWe just wanted to take a minute on this Monday afternoon to say THANK YOU to all of our students, parents, and staff who have been so flexible and cooperative as we've begun our school year. This is a tough time for everyone, but we're determined to make the best of it for our students. Thank you!
Updated Reopening Plan
4 months ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Tri-State STEM+M Reopening Plan Version 2
Here is STEM+M School’s Reopening Plan for the Fall 2020 Semester. This plan is tentative and subject to change. We are constantly getting updates from ODE, ODH, and the CDC. These changes to guidelines for better or worse have affected and can continue to affect the re-opening plan that we are providing. With this in mind, understand that during the 1st 9 weeks we will be monitoring the local situation and will decide on the 2nd 9 weeks plan. This decision was not made lightly but we feel it is the best option for everyone given our current physical building layout and staffing. https://tristatestem.us/2020/07/tri-state-stemm-reopening
4 months ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Tri-State STEMM Reopening Plan
Want to learn more about the Tri-State STEM+M School? Please fill out our online form: https://forms.gle/CxwpEwG778M7QvMk7 Once you fill out the form, we will send you information electronically as well as help you to schedule a visit to our facility. Visits to our school are currently BY APPOINTMENT ONLY to ensure everyone’s health and safety during this time. Thank you for your cooperation and support!
4 months ago, Tri-State STEM+M
Graphic about requesting more info from tri-state stem