The next regularly scheduled School Board meeting will be Nov. 20, 2014 at the Prairie Township House at 6pm.
TheLion's Club sponsored Halloween Party is back!
Please join us on Friday, October 31st at 7:15pm at Wanatah School.
We will enjoy community fellowship, costume judging for the kids, donuts and cider.
We are looking forward to seeing everyone there!
Tri Township is pleased to announce our new and improved website will be available soon. Stay tuned for details!
LaCrosse High School is the only FOUR STAR SCHOOL in La Porte County!
School Transfer Information
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Welcome to Tri-Township Consolidated School Corporation!
In addition, we now provide free bus service from neighboring school corporations!
Download our informational flyer about Tri-Township Schools.
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Years of College
Teaching With TechnologyLaCrosse High School began its 1-to-1 initiative this year with every high school student and teacher receiving a MacBook Pro to use for school work.
Wanatah Elementary students in grades K-2 are learning by using iPads. Wanatah Elementary also has Smart Boards in every class room.
Parents can view their child's grades online.
Our students can graduate with a Microsoft Networking Certification.
We utilize Smart Boards, Document Cameras, and other Multimedia Projectors in our classrooms.
Our flexible scheduling allows students to take many online courses.
South LaPorte County Special Education Cooperative
The South LaPorte County Special Education Cooperative is an organization that provides services to students in LaPorte Community Schools, New Prairie United School Corporation, Westville Schools, South Central Schools, and Tri-Township Schools.
All students are educated in the Least Restrictive Environment where their diverse learning needs are accommodated using differentiated curriculums as the focus of instruction. The district develops models of service delivery to meet the needs of students achieving equity for children with disabilities. They participate to the fullest extent possible in the school community.
"My son has been very fortunate in his Purdue career. There's no doubt that his education at LaCrosse School had a significant impact in his success."
Tim Somers, Superintendent