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Primary School to Hold Preschool Open House
Tuscarawas Valley Primary School will be holding a Preschool Registration and Open House event on Tuesday, May 30th from 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM. This is an opportunity to meet the faculty, visit classrooms, and learn how the TVPS preschool program can benefit you and your child. Tuscarawas Valley Primary School is located at 8647 First St. NE, Mineral City, OH 44656. If you have any questions, please contact the school office at 330-859-2461 or email us at andrea.clements@tvtrojans.org.
TVMS Set to Present Willie Wonka Jr.
Tusky Valley Middle School will be presenting Willie Wonka Jr. on Wednesday, May 24th and Thursday, May 25th at 7:00 PM in the high school auditorium. Tickets are $7 and are available in the TVMS office or at the door.
7th Grade Students Visit Huff Run
Students in Mrs. Whitehair's 7th grade science classes recently visited Huff Run to learn about acid mine drainage and how the people at Huff Run are working to make the water less acidic. The students explored the creek and examined water creatures they caught in the nets. Click here to see pictures from the day.
TVHS Inducts 22 into National Honor Society
TVHS inducted 22 students into the National Honor Society at the Scholar Banquet on May 17th. The National Honor Society is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. This year's inductees are Megan Brown, Mary Donaldson, Abigail Ernst, Emily Hall, Kyndal Hutchison, Zak Jones, Delaney McConaha, Charley McCune, Lily Marburger, Justin Merrick, Rhiannon Moyer, Hannah Mosgrove, Emma Potts, Micehl Rininger, Nicole Scott, Melissa Snyder, Nathan Sparren, Natalie Specht, Clint Spillman, Kierrah Stewart, Nadine Stewart, and Scout Weber.

Maloon Wins OMSAA State High Jump Title
Congratulations to TVMS 8th grader Hailey Maloon as she won the Division II state championship in the high jump at the Ohio Middle School Athletic Association this weekend. Maloon captured the state title with a winning jump of 4'10". Congratulations Hailey!

DeBos Captures District Titles, Several Advance
Congratulations to TVHS sophomore Madisan DeBos as she captured the district championship in the pole vault on Saturday. DeBos took the district title with a vault of 10'5". DeBos also individually qualified for the regional meet in the 1600M as she placed second in that event. Other regional qualifiers were Kat Gaiser (3rd place, 800M), Justin Merrick (4th place, 400M) the girls' 4x800M relay team of DeBos, Gaiser, Samantha Owens and Kaylyn Lloyd (3rd place) the boys' 4x100M relay team of Brock Haas, Brandon Steinbaugh, Owen Clugston and Merrick (3rd place) and Arvie Wolf in the pole vault (3rd place). The regional track meet will be held this Thursday and Saturday in Athens.

Tusky Valley Bids Farewell to the PAC
Wednesday night's softball game vs. CVCA not only ended the 2017 spring sports season, it also brought to a close Tusky Valley's 28-year affiliation with the Principals Athletic Conference. When the old Senate League folded following the 1988-1989 school year, Tusky Valley became a founding member of the PAC-7 along with Tuslaw, Fairless, East Canton, Sandy Valley, Manchester and Coventry. Over time the PAC-7 saw changes as East Canton, Sandy Valley and Coventy left the league while Indian Valley, CVCA, Triway, and Timken joined. With the closing of Timken, Orrville became a PAC member for the 2016-2017 school year. Now it is time for Tusky Valley to move on. The Trojans, along with Indian Valley, will compete in the Inter-Valley Conference beginning in the fall of 2017. While excited about the future, Tusky Valley is also going to miss competing in the PAC. During our 28 years in the league, Tusky Valley brought home 58 PAC championships. Tusky Valley saw the most PAC success on the volleyball court where the Trojans won 17 PAC titles. The Trojans also brought home league titles in numerous other sports including boys' track (10), boys' golf (9), girls' cross country (6), girls' basketball (4), girls' track (3), football (3), baseball (2), soccer (2) and boys' cross country (2). Thank you to all of the schools who have made competing in the PAC such a great experience for our student-athletes.

TVLS to Offer Trojan A+ Summer School Classes

Tuscarawas Valley Local Schools will be offering summer school courses from June 12-July 10 through the Trojan A+ Learning Academy.   For the high school (grades 9-12), there will be credit recovery classes in English, Math, Science, and Social Studies.  The high school will also have ten credit recovery electives available. For the middle school (grades 5-8), there will be only credit recovery classes in English, Math, Science, Social Studies, and Writing available to students. There will be a fee for each class.  Full year classes will cost $150, and half year classes will cost $75.  All classes will be graded A - F; pass/fail will not be an option.  The deadline for signing up is June 12, 2017.

On Mondays the A+ Lab will be open at the high school from 8am-12 noon.  All students must report on June 12 to receive initial instructions.  Students do not have to stay after instructions have been given.   All other work will be done at home or anyplace where there is internet access.  A+ can be accessed any time of the day, every day of the week.

The Tuscarawas Valley Summer School is open to all students both in and outside our school district. All summer school classes have the same workload as classes during the school year. Students should register for classes online but students in grades 9-12 will also need to contact the high school guidance office at (330) 859-2421 ext 8802 or 8803. For more information, please contact Mr. Jim Lindon at jim.lindon@tvtrojans.org or (330) 859-2421 ext 7116.


Tusky Valley Grade School Cross Country Info
2017 elementary school cross country will begin on August 9th. Elementary school cross country is for any student in grades K-6 and the team will participate in 8-10 area races during the 2017 season. The goal of elementary school cross country is to introduce students to the sport and have a lot of fun along the way. Click here for more information or contact Sandy DeBos at 330-243-1190 or Mandy McElwee at 330-859-8803.

Tusky Valley Youth Boys' Basketball Camp Info
The boys' basketball players celebrate their sectional championship over victory over Martins Ferry
The Tusky Valley boys' basketball program will hold a youth basketball camp June 12th - 15th from 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM daily. The camp will be held at TVMS and will be for students entering grades 3-6. The cost for the camp is $40 per camper and includes a camp t-shirt. The camp will focus on the fundamentals of the game while having fun! Registration is due by Thursday, June 8th. Click here to download a registration form.

Tusky Valley Youth Girls' Basketball Camp Info
The girls' basketball team shows off their district championship trophy
The Tusky Valley girls' basketball program will hold a youth basketball camp June 5th - 8th from 8:00 AM - 10:30 AM daily. The camp will be held at TVMS and will be for students entering grades 1-6. The cost for the camp is $40 per camper and includes a camp t-shirt. There will be a $10 discount per camper for families with multiple campers. Registration is due by Friday, June 2nd. Click here to download a registration form.

Tusky Valley Youth Volleyball Camp Info
The volleyball team celebrates their 2016 regional championship
The Tusky Valley volleyball program will be holding their youth volleyball camp May 31st - June 3rd for girls entering grades 2-8 next school year. The cost for the camp is $50 and includes a camp t-shirt. Parents are asked to return the registration form and camper's t-shirt size by May 5th so shirts can be ordered. If you missed the May 5th deadline you can still come to camp but you will not receive a t-shirt.

2016-2017 Kindergarten Slideshow

TVLS Issues Statement Regarding T-R Article

The Times Reporter featured an excellent article on Tuesday about a potential facilities project for Tusky Valley Schools. We are excited about the possibility, and as the article stated, we will work hard and remain "cautiously optimistic" as we take the necessary steps to be prepared for this opportunity. The photo and headline give the impression that Rover Pipeline funds would be used to construct a new high school or replace our schools with one K-12 facility.

Our objective is to specifically target potential Rover Pipeline utility tax funds and invest those dollars into capital improvement (facility) projects. Our goal is to continuously improve the quality of education for our students and position the district for success well into the future, without placing any additional tax burden on our residents.

The Board of Education is investigating a comprehensive facilities project on the Tusky Valley Road campus to accommodate all K-12 students. At this time, the district has no specific idea of what the future K-12 facilities project or building(s) could look like.

The Ohio Facilities Construction Commission and architect are now in process of conducting a full assessment of all existing facilities and updating the district's enrollment projection to determine potential options best suited to the needs and culture of our school district and community. Master planning and consideration of facility options will begin once all assessments, projections, and site surveys are complete, most likely by December 2017. From what we understand, it would likely be Fall 2022 for the completion of any construction/renovation.




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