Triad School Events
Triad Maker Space
Triad has an exciting opportunity for you to assist with their Maker’s Program. Please read the supplies needed for Triad's Makerspace: View the flyer
Triad School District Early Childhood & Pre-K Screenings
Dates: March 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Location: Wakeland Center, 205 N. Dewey St., Troy IL
Screenings by Appointment Only
To make an appointment, please call: 618-667-5401
Preschool Screening is a FREE service provided by the Triad School District in cooperation with the Triad Community Birth - Five Collaborative
Please read the flyer for more information
Bus Drivers Needed
Bus Drivers Needed for Triad School District #2 in Troy IL
Apply online , E-mail or call 618-667-5400 Ext 1208
Must be 21 years old and hold a valid driver's license
Good driving record and bus driving license a plus
Starting wage: $14/hour
Full and Part Time Positions Available
Summers & Holidays Off
Teens For Jeans
Help Triad Hish School by dropping off your moderately used (baby-adult) JEANS at the many different donation sites around Troy. All of the jeans will go to the homeless living in and around our community. Please donate now until the end of february. Thanks!
Locations are: Schools: Triad HS, Middle School, St. Jacob Elem., Marine Elem., and Henning. Liberty Village in Maryville, Super Valu Pharmacy (Prescriptions Plus in Troy IL), Meineke in Troy, Spin City in Troy
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Box Tops Contest
Goal is to collect 10,000 Box Tops which gives the school $1000.
The child who collects the most boxtops during the following timeframes will win a prize.
Aug. 24 - Oct. 25
Oct. 26 - Feb. 25
Feb. 26 - May 16
Please put the box tops in a ziplock bag labeles with the child's name and amount of box tops.
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Triad Booster Club Windscreens
Triad Booster Club is offering printed windscreens. Support the Triad Booster Club by ordering yours today!
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The Giving Project
Please consider donating to a new project at Triad High School called The Giving Project.
This project will consist of a service that we want to provide for any student facing a financial burden in our school to receive free gently-used clothing, toiletries, and or shoes/accessories. We plan to provide these resources to our students from donations that people may typically give away or sell. We are also working in coordination with our Special Education Department to use this resource as a means for transition skills for students in our training for life skills program (i.e., laundering, folding, and sorting).
Please read more about The Giving Project and consider helping with this worthy cause.