Tri-Valley Local School District with administrative offices in Dresden, was formed in 1966 and so named because its student body is composed of pupils from Adamsville, Dresden, and Frazeysburg. The district is located in Southeast Ohio, Muskingum County and covers 230 square miles.
The mission of the Tri-Valley Local School District, a progressive, responsive, caring educational leader, is to ensure a quality education for all students, encourage individual success, and stimulate lifelong learning through an innovative staff, a student-centered curriculum and a technologically enriched learning environment that involves parents and community.
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EDUCATIONAL SERVICES OFFERED
Title 1 Reading Program
The Title 1 Reading Program is offered at Adamsville, Dresden and Frazeysburg Elementary Schools and Tri-Valley Middle School. To learn more about this program, click on the title above.
The preschool program is offered at three Tri-Valley elementary school buildings, Adamsville, Dresden and Frazeysburg. The program is coordinated through the Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center. The program targets at-risk children and families and children with disabilities. If you would like to learn more about this program, please contact the MVESC at (740)455-6703 or (740)452-4518 or click on http://www.mvesc.k12.oh.us/childhood/childhoodmain.htm.
Multiple Disabilities K-12 Program
Multiple disability classrooms are located at Adamsville and Dresden elementary schools, Tri-Valley Middle School and Tri-Valley High School. The MD classrooms are operated and staffed by the Muskingum Valley Educational Service Center. If you would like more information regarding their program, please contact Kate Brenner at (740) 452-4518.