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By Ellie Grewe ‘20 Next week is the last week of school, which means it’s finals week! Monday is the last regular school day of the year with normal dismissal at 2:30pm. On Tuesday, students will have class periods 1-3, then finals 1 and 2. On Wednesday, they will have class periods 4-6, then finals 3 and 4. On Thursday, they will have finals 5 and 6, and then the all school picnic! School will end at 2pm on Tuesday and Wednesday, and 12:30pm on Thursday. Below is a full schedule for finals week. Tuesday 1st – 7:50-8:37 2nd – 8:40-9:27 3rd – 9:30-10:17 BREAK – 10:17-10:30 1st p. FINAL – 10:30-12:00 LUNCH – 12:00-12:30 2nd p. FINAL – 12:30-2:00 Wednesday 4th – 7:50-8:37 5th – 8:40-9:27 6th – 9:30-10:17 BREAK – 10:17-10:30 3rd p. FINAL – 10:30-12:00 LUNCH – 12:00-12:30 4th p. FINAL – 12:30-2:00 Thursday 5th p. FINAL […]
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Tri-Cities Prep Health class students wrote Letters to the Editor on various topics concerning nutrition. We were so excited to have some published in the Tri-City Herald! If you want to read more please click on the link below: https://www.tri-cityherald.com/opinion/letters-to-the-editor/article223089100.html  
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Congratulations to the Tri-Cities Prep Mock Trial team of: Angelina Nacke, Delaney Schroeder, Leo Schroeder, Tedra LaFreniere, Vanessa Nolan, Maya Linn, Teddy Moore, Cherise Russo, Gretchen Gormley, Coltin Tinnin, and Natalie Bohrmann.  The team took 2nd place at districts earning them an opportunity to compete at the state competition at the end of March. Mock trial gives students the opportunity to look at how the judicial system works, interact with professionals in the legal field, and compete against other schools in a mock trial.  The skills that students learn include: research, critical thinking, and public speaking. Mock Trial has been a part of Tri-Cities Prep since the school started and has continued throughout the years. Thank you to volunteer coach, Miriam Gormley, and other volunteers that have helped provide coaching, guidance, and support to the team. We wish the team the best of luck at the state competition!  
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The Tri-Cities Prep Science Olympiad Team continued it’s tradition of placing as a top school in The Washington State Eastern Regional Tournament for Science Olympiad this past weekend.  Our Tri-Cities Prep team has placed 1st in eight of the past nine years, and this year was no exception! The students achieved twelve first place awards (school record) and each team member medaled in more than one event to earn them 1st place in this highly competitive event.  The competition draws teams from both public and private high schools all across eastern Washington. Sarah Carlson, Celeste Davis, Kenny Ireland, Chandler Jenkins, Ying Ying Li, Hollis Long, McCall Lovejoy, McKenna Lovejoy, Jacob Meeuwsen, Angelina Nacke, Addia Ochweri, Joseph Paoli, Paddy St. Hilaire, Rory St. Hilaire, Christina Shink, Michael Sun, Colin Sweeney and Jacoby Wieber took the top honors by each competing in three or four events.  Each event requires an hour long […]
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…made the Honor Roll for the 1st semester of the 2017/2018 school year! Thirty-seven students achieved a 3.85 grade point average or higher, while twenty-five of those students earned a 4.0. It is no surprise why there are so many college acceptances coming in for our seniors!  
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In the event that you missed attending the Prep Expo in December, we are giving you another chance to learn what sets Tri-Cities Prep apart from other high schools in our area.  The Prep Expo – Round Two is set for Sunday, February 11th from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Join us for an introductory presentation beginning at 2:00 p.m. and spend the rest of the afternoon touring the campus and speaking with students, coaches, faculty and board members.
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Recently Tri-Cities Prep has expanded its student population to include salmon!  A recent study of aqua culture in Human Geography class sparked the interest of freshman student, Marie Hafez.  She decided that she wanted to start a Fish Farming Club at Prep to see if they could help with the salmon population in the Tri-Cities.  She thought that it would be a fun and fruitful project for her and her classmates.  Club members are splitting the tasks of testing the water that the eggs are in 3 times each week until the 200 eggs hatch.  Once hatched, the baby salmon will require twice daily feedings and the tank to be cleaned out each week.  The goal is to have a high survival rate among the eggs so that they can then be released into the Columbia River in the spring. Stay tuned to learn how many of the 200 eggs […]
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On Sunday, December 3rd from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. we are raising the roof again and inviting the Tri-City community to come and see what we are all about.  We want to share the good news about Tri-Cities Prep and want to invite everyone to see why Prep is the best choice for high school. Help us by inviting your neighbors, friends and extended family. Let’s not keep Prep a secret, let’s share our great school with everyone!
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Two teams represented Tri-Cities Prep in the Mission Support Alliance, Connect Tri-Cities STEM Competition on Tuesday, October 10th, competing against other area high schools both private and public. Each of the 11 teams were challenged to work on a solution to a hypothetical community earthquake scenario that would harness the power of a chlorine maker to aid in the survival of rural victims trapped in the local high school.  A panel of 6 judges reviewed their written summaries, listened to team presentations and asked questions of each team member.  The top 3 teams would earn scholarship prizes.  The winning team members could potentially earn a $2,000 scholarship each. The two Prep teams were: Team One:  Temo Mayorquin ’19, Tedra LeFreniere ’19, Sarah Carlson ’19, Hannah DeSmet ’19 & Colin Sweeney ’20 Team Two:  Evan Sweeney ’18, Chandler Jenkins ’18, Jacob Meeuwsen ’18, Christian Shink ’18 & Michael Sun ’18 Congratulations […]
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A big Tri-Cities “congratulations” to Colby Richards, ’18 and Evan Sweeney, ’18 on their 2018 National Merit Scholarship Commendations. We are so proud that they are Jaguars and are very excited for their futures! Read the Press Release here.
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