Three Rivers

Update – TR schools renovations

Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Ron Moag recently discussed progress of work related to renovations at some of the district’s schools. In the wake of a voter-approved bond request in November 2019, work has started at Hoppin Elementary School and Three Rivers High School, and will eventually include Park, Andrews and Norton elementary schools. The request will generate $61.2 million …

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TR’s Moag up for DeWitt superintendent position

Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Ron Moag is one of six candidates being considered for the same post in a Clinton County district. The 56-year-old Moag is vying for the superintendent’s position in DeWitt Public Schools. The five-building, 3,200-student district is set to interview Moag at 6 o’clock Tuesday evening. Moag is finishing his third year as Three Rivers’ superintendent.

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Annual evaluation for TR superintendent

The superintendent of Three Rivers Community Schools has received a rating of “effective” by the district’s board of education. Third-year superintendent Ron Moag received results of the annual evaluation last week. Standards for the evaluation come from practices recommended by the Michigan Association of School Boards and takes into account several aspects of the superintendent’s job. Moag’s cumulative score placed …

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TR football – Players named to all-conference team

Despite a team that finished with one win in seven games this abbreviated season, Three Rivers High School’s varsity football team placed six people on the all-conference team. The Wildcats receiving recognition by the Wolverine Conference as first-team all-conference members are offensive lineman Jacob Reynolds, defensive lineman Luke Stasiuk and punter/place kicker Brayden Selent. Reynolds is a sophomore, Stasiuk and …

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Rotary names Most Representative Seniors

Benjamin Morgan and Hadley Miller were named “Most Representative Seniors” during last week’s Three Rivers Rotary Honors Night. The 62nd annual program took place last Thursday in a WRCI radio broadcast from Three Rivers High School. Voted by school faculty and staff, the Most Representative Seniors best exemplify the positive traits of their graduating class. Morgan plans to attend Western …

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TR schools superintendent receives evaluation

Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Ron Moag received an evaluation of “effective” during a special meeting last week. Moag, the district’s second-year superintendent, was graded based on an evaluation procedure established by the Michigan Association of School Boards. District officials said a tally of all categories resulted in a score of 3.4 on a four-point scale. The 86 percent rating …

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TR student subject to disciplinary action

Classes resumed Monday without incident for Three Rivers High School students. The high school on Friday last week was placed into what district officails called a “soft lockdown” around 10 a.m. due to a school threat. Students at the high school were released for the day at 11:30 a.m. as a precaution. Superintendent Ron Moag said the district was able …

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Locals seniors sign letters of intent

Three area athletes signed letters of intent Wednesday and will continue their high school sports careers at the college level, including two at Division 1 universities. Kylee Nash, a Three Rivers High School senior, has committed to study and play softball for the University of Tulsa. Nash is a right-handed pitcher. Nash’s Three Rivers High School classmate, Hadley Miller, meanwhile, …

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Three Rivers schools – Bond proposal approved

Voters in the Three Rivers Community Schools district OK’d a request for a zero-mill tax-rate increase bond proposal. By a margin of nearly 2-to-1, the vote allows the district to continue the millage rate it already levies, 4.9 mills for 10 years. As a result, it will provide more than $61 million to address identified and ongoing facility needs. The …

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Local schools receive robotics grants

Indiana Michigan Power has presented grants totaling nearly $40,000 to 27 teachers and schools – including 15 in Michigan – to promote education and improve student achievement. Teachers and schools receiving the grants are in the I&M service area or in communities with major I&M facilities. The “For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology” robotics grants are for teams …

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