Tri-City United Community Survey on District Priorities & Educational Facilities Needs Coming in January
The Tri-City United School Board and administration are reaching out to all District residents during the month of January to gather input about educational priorities and facilities needs with a community-wide survey. Residents will receive a paper survey in the mail and can take the survey in either of two easy ways:
online by logging on to www.survey2000.com and enter the survey access number printed on the their mailing or
by completing the paper copy of the survey and return it to the Tri-City United District office or mail it directly back to School Perceptions in the envelope that will be included with the survey.
Be an important part of Tri-City United's future planning.
TCU Knowledge Bowl Places at First Meet
Titan Knowledge Bowl Gold Team takes 3rd place out of 27 teams at first season meet.
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Tri-City United is 1 of 10 partner school districts in the Minnesota Educators Partnership consortium that recently received a $150,000 Bush Foundation grant. The grant will provide support training for 140 teachers who serve as classroom mentors for Minnesota State Mankato teacher candidates.
The intent of the grant is to help veteran teachers be even better at supporting college students in teacher preparation programs. The training is designed to deepen mentor teachers’ skills in coaching, observing and analyzing student work and lesson design and use those skills in collaborative conversations with teacher candidates and also colleagues.
Substitute Positions Available at Tri-City United
Tri-City United School District knows that substitute employees, just as all employees, have a major impact on student performance in our schools. We employ substitutes for the following positions: Teacher, Paraprofessionals, Clerical, Food Service, Custodians, Early Childhood Teachers and Paraprofessionals, KidZone staff.
How do I become a substitute employee for Tri-City United?
Complete the online application, review and apply for an available substitute posting, and follow the special instructions listed on the posting at www.tcu2905.us
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. If you are interested in applying for this license, visit the Minnesota Department of Education website: education.state.mn.us. If you have questions regarding substitute opportunities, call TCU Payroll/Human Resources at (507) 364-8414.