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TCU received MN DOE School Finance Award for 2017 for 4th consecutive year
The Minnesota Department of Education and its Division of School Finance has awarded Tri-City United School District and its business staff the 2017 School Finance Award. The School Finance Award recognizes school organizations that exhibit sound fiscal health and financial management policies and procedures. It also reflects a proactive stance by the district on positive fund balances, financial training initiatives, and fiscal accountability. This is the 4th consecutive year TCU has received this award.
In determining the recipients of the School Finance Award, the Minnesota Department of Education reviews each district’s local publications, audit reports, and numerous pieces of fiscal data.Among the criteria for financial reporting, districts must demonstrate a timely submission of financial data and compliance with Minnesota statutes, accuracy in financial reporting, and zero or positive balance in the following funds: General Fund Unassigned, Food Service, Community Education and Debt Service.
TCU Substitute Teacher and Paraprofessional Information
Do you have a four-year degree? - Substitute employment information
If you have a four-year degree and are interested in educating the students of Tri-City United for success, Tri-City United has expanded our substitute teacher opportunities by accepting the limited two-year short call substitute license. Earn $125 a day as a substitute teacher! If you are interested in applying for this license, visit the Minnesota Department of Education website: https://mn.gov/pelsb/If you have questions regarding substitute opportunities, call TCU Payroll/Human Resources at (507) 364-8414.
Job Posting: Minnesota Reading Corps Position Apply Now!
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Minnesota Reading Corps
Job Location: Tri-City United Public Schools
Start Date: 8/11/2018
Position Title: Elementary Literacy Tutor and Math Enrichment Tutor (Full time, three quarters time and Part Time)
Positions begin August 2018 and run through June 2019
Positions available throughout the state
Positions require availability, every day, Monday- Friday, during regular school hours
Did you know that students who don’t read proficiently by the end of 3rd grade are four times more likely to drop out of school? Our goal is to help all Minnesota children become proficient readers by the end of 3rd grade and give them
a better start to their futures. If you are passionate about education and literacy, join us and make a difference in the lives of preschool and elementary students. Become a Minnesota Reading Corps tutor and help struggling readers,
age 3 to grade 3, get on track for reading at grade level. We’ll provide training to get you started and ongoing coaching so you’ll be supported throughout your serve year.