Phone System Maintenance: Wed, August 15th, 2018
TCU Schools will be conducting Phone System Maintenance, Wed. Aug 15th.
If you experience call delays or connection issues, please be sure to try your call
at another time in the day.  Our staff are onsite and have emergency and contingency plans in place,
should they be needed. Thank you for your support and patience as we complete this important process, Wed.



 
Alternative Learning Program
MISSION:
“A positive learning  environment in which students are engaged and supported in multiple levels of learning within an alternative educational setting.”
                              
PROGRAM GOALS:
· To provide a positive learning environment for students to complete the necessary requirements to earn a Tri-City United High School diploma.
· To prepare students for the workforce of the 21st Century.
· To hold students accountable for their own learning.
· To involve both the student and parent/guardian in the educational process.
· To empower students to achieve their personal best.
· To build relationships with students to support their success.
                                                            
PROGRAMMING:
· M-F 8:00-10:30am
· Students return to TCU high school at 10:46 am for lunch and elective classes.
· Transportation is provided to and from the ALP site. Students may also provide their own transportation.
OUR PROGRAM OFFERS:
· Smaller Class Sizes
· Flexible Learning Environment
· Community Service Projects
· Socio-Emotional Support Services
· Field Trips
· Curriculum that addresses MN State Standards in the areas of English, Math and Social Studies
· Career Planning
· Current Technology
· Laptop computers for each student
· Personal and group counseling services
· Collaboration with other agencies and organizations in referring learners for assessment and treatment of personal issues

                                                          







          
Students say:
“This program gives me a better chance at graduating and a chance to do things.”
“I am thankful for the ALP because it is better for students who don’t work well in larger classes.  Teachers stop and help me if I need it.”
“Teachers care about you.”
“Teachers understand me.”
“Less stress.”

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
CONTACT INFORMATION
Alan Fitterer, Principal
Tri-City United High School
700 4th St. NW
PHONE: 507-364-8111 FAX:  507-364-8410
OR
Katie Klemme, Social Worker or
Katie Shead, Counselor
Tri-City United Alternative Learning Program
101 2nd Street NE., Montgomery, MN
PHONE: 507-364-3076
 
                                                                                                               
 
 

Contact: Alan Fitterer, TCU High School Principal
Tri-City United Public Schools ISD 2905
101 2nd Street NE
Montgomery, MN 56069
Phone: 507-364-8100
Fax: 507-364-8103