The Big Ideas mobile learning trailer is at Tri-City United High School.
TCU 9-12th Graders were able to “See How Technology Meets the Trades” with this virtual experience. This mobile trailer is filled with augmented reality headsets that simulate different trade jobs, including welding, industrial painting, and scoop shovel operating. Headsets give students a 360-degree computer simulation of the activity and allow them to see and feel what it is like to weld or paint. Caterpillar designs the scoop shovel program to provide an accurate and realistic experience.
COVID-19 Information Dashboard The Tri-City United Schools COVID-19 Dashboard is designed to provide updates to the health of our school community. The information found here will be updated weekly on Fridays. Please continue to keep each of our schools informed of any confirmed positive cases, close contacts, and symptomatic individuals as this information will help to show the transmission of the virus within our communities.Visit our dashboard here or through Quick Links > COVID-19 Information link.
While the Minnesota Department of Health has provided recent safety guidelines in regards to the reopening of indoor pools, the TCU School District at this time has decided to keep the indoor pool closed until April 2021. Even though this is a difficult decision to make, numerous factors went into making this determination. Please look for promotional information to be distributed in March for a safe and fun reopening of the TCU Indoor Pool.
Tri-City United Transitioning to Distance Learning Model
Due to this increase of COVID-19 case numbers, Tri-City United Schools will be transitioning from our current Hybrid Learning Model to a K-12 Distance Learning Model. Families should plan for the distance learning model to be in place until Friday, January 15th. Please look for additional information through JMC emails and on the TCU Learning Model Transition webpage.
---- School Meals Update ---- Fill out your Free Meal Survey (USDA Free Summer Meals Program SFSP)
Tri-City United will continue to offer free meals for area youth ages 1-18. With the change in the TCU learning model, we ask parents/guardians to once again sign-up/update their Free Meal Survey online.
If your child is attending class within the school building, their meals will be free, no need to add money to their lunch accounts.
Fill out the survey:
If you want curbside meal pick-up for your hybrid learner, distance learner, or if your student wants weekend meals.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
Tri-City United Counseling/Social Work Website
The TCU School Counseling/Social Worker website offers a way to stay connected and provide students and families with a variety of resources. TCU Counselors are checking their emails regularly and are ready to support you.