As indicated in our previous communication, Tri-Valley is offering a fully remote learning option as well as in class instruction at all grade levels. We have been busy planning and training for our teachers to be able to teach remotely and in-person simultaneously. We will be prepared to shut down in-person schooling on short notice and in 14 day increments. Parents should plan accordingly.
We will be following the Governors mandatory facial covering directive issued on July 22nd.
Our comprehensive re-opening plan will be available on August 10th.
Mark K. Neal
Tom Crowley - email@example.com, Ext. 3206
Sarah Meadows - firstname.lastname@example.org, Ext. 3205
Amy Meadows - email@example.com, Ext. 3203
Welcome to Student Services
(formerly known as the Guidance Office)
Our office exists so that we can help students at Tri-Valley High School be the most successful they can be during their time here. We assist students who have questions about or are dealing with issues regarding academics, social issues, emotional issues, or anything in between. We work as a liaison between a student and a parent, student and a teacher, or an administrator. If we are unable to provide help or an answer we can connect students or parents with outside resources who can. Long story short-we are here to HELP and advocate for students. Please stop by and see us with any questions you might have while attending Tri-Valley.
The Student Services Team
Counselor Tom Crowley, Counselor Sarah Meadows and Secretary Amy Meadows
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