Beginning Monday, March 30th, Pk-12 students will engage in their learning in a new way. The distance learning model required to slow the spread of COVID-19 relies on this format to minimize the disruption to student learning. To learn more about the Tri-City United plan To Empower Learners and find ways to support your student to be successful as they learn to learn from home visit our Parent Resources and Information page.
Tri-City United will provide free meals to youth at various locations around our communities while schools are closed due to COVID-19.
If you have not already signed up, use this survey link to indicate your need for school meals while schools are closed: https://forms.gle/QeePAowU6fYjbJe2A
- If you have already completed the survey, you do not need to resubmit.
- Survey must be completed by 10:00 am in order to receive meals the following day.
The TCU School Counselors/Social Workers have created a site to stay connected and provide students and families with a variety of resources during this period of distance learning. They will be checking emails regularly from 7:30 AM - 3:30 PM, or if you want to speak over the phone or with a Google Meet video call, please reach out via email or complete a Counselor/Social Work Request Form available on their site to schedule a phone/video appointment. Access the Tri-City United Counseling/Social Work site link here.