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Upcoming Events
Tomorrow
- All Pro Dads Club
7:00 AM - 7:45 PM
10/3/2014
10/6/2014
- Picture Retakes
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
10/10/2014
10/13/2014
 
Order Your 2014-2015 Yearbook Today!
Do you want to purchase a yearbook for this school year?  It's easy.  This year there is no middle man. Order your Tri-West Middle School yearbook ONLINE by going to www.ybpay.lifetouch.com and use yearbook ID code: 4884215.  Don't miss out!  Order deadline is March 9, 2015.
Need to Find a Math or Science Tutor?
The Pittsboro United Methodist Church is again offering free math and science tutoring for those seeking help in these two subject areas.  Some of the volunteers who signed up as tutors include a retired engineer, and IUPUI and Ivy Tech professors.  Tutoring will take place on Thursdays from 6:00 to 8:00pm in the youth house located in the Methodist Church parking lot.  For more information, please contact the church at 892-4784.
TWMS Student Earns National Championship

On August 16 & 17, 2014, a TWMS 7th grade student competed in the AMA Hillclimb Grand Championship race at Valley Springs Motorcycle Club in Bay City, Wisconsin.  He raced in three different classes up a 500 foot hill.  In the Super Mini class he placed first making him the 2014 National Champion!  He also placed 6th in the 125cc Class and 7th in the 85cc Senior Class.  The event had a total of 496 riders from 15 different states as far away as North Dakota and Massachusetts.  The Tri-West Middle School student was the only youth rider from the state of Indiana.  Way to go!
Cafeteria Prices to Increase
Please be aware that lunch prices are increasing from $2.40 to $2.50 per day effective the 2014-15 school year.  The charge for an additional milk, or to purchase milk ala carte, has also risen to 60-cents.  Please plan accordingly when you send money in with your student to deposit into their account.

Students are encouraged to purchase their breakfast or lunch in the school cafeteria.  We encourage students to utilize their school lunch account or MySchoolsBucks online payment administration (www.myschoolbucks.com).  Check or cash deposits can be made to the cashiers during the school day.  Students may also use cash to purchase their lunches.  
6th Grade Students Complete DARE Program
 A DARE graduation ceremony was held recently for 147 6th grade students at Tri-West Middle School. The students spent 13 weeks with DARE instructor Deputy Charles Jones, North West Hendricks School's Resource Officer, learning about the dangers and adverse health effects of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs as well as how to resist peer pressure. All students were required to complete a student handbook, participate in classroom discussions, and write a reflective essay on what they learned during the program. Deputy Jones presented the students with certificates and recognized one graduate from each class period for their essay. During the ceremony, Deputy Jones thanked Mr. Nickoli and Mr. Sullivan for allowing the DARE Program to be conducted at Tri-West Middle School.
Pictured left to right are NWHSC Resource Officer Charles Jones, Mr. Sullivan, essay winners Maddi F., Cassidy O., Luke B., Morgan B., and Kelsey R, along with Hendricks County Sheriff Dave Galloway. 


Four Star School Status Awarded to Tri-West Middle School!


Tri-West Middle School was recently named a Four Star School for the 2012-2013 school year.  This is the seventh time out of the last 10 years the Indiana Department of Education has designated TWMS as a four star school.  This is an honor that TWMS shares with very few schools in Indiana.

Congratulations to all the staff and students for working hard to earn this prestigious distinction!
Mission Statement
Tri-West Middle School, in a collaborative effort of students, parents, staff, and community will challenge all individuals to become life-long learners. In a safe, technology-rich environment, students will be empowered to develop communication and critical thinking skills, and maximize their unique potential as productive, responsible and respectful citizens.
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