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School News

Congratulations to Teddy Moore ’19 as he not only competed, but placed 19th overall in the state golf tournament this week.  Also competing in the state tournament were fellow team members, Ally Moore ’18 (Teddy’s older sister) and Selam Coffey ’18. Teddy was also honored with the Tri-Cities Prep Sophomore Award for Spirit at the Academics Award Luncheon this past Monday.    
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Congratulations to freshman softball player Emily Dickson on being named 2016-2017 (Week 37) Athlete of the Week.  Emily helped move the Jaguars on to the State Tournament bracket, with victories over Liberty Bell (2 RBI) and Lake Roosevelt (3 hits and 5 RBI). The Lady Jaguars play at Gateway Sports Complex in Yakima on Friday at 11am against Napavine.
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Sophomore Aubrey Scott has an incredible voice as witnessed by those who saw her performance in the Twelfth Night or attend mass on Fridays at Tri-Cities Prep.  This past week Aubrey was adjudicated at the Musicfest Northwest:  Festival for Young Musicians and Dancers held at Gonzaga University. Her perfomances of Widmung and The K’e in the Class 10, Grade 10, Solo Division, won her a Silver Medal and a Certificate of Merit rating of Excellent.  Aubrey was also invited to perform on a Spokane radio station! The mission of the Festival is “To encourage, develop and improve the performance of young musicians and dancers through professional adjudication.” Entrants in the Festival receive an individual written and oral evaluation of their performance by qualified teachers and concert artists. We are so proud of Aubrey and her accomplishments and are so grateful that she is willing to share her talents with our Prep […]
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Tri-Cities Prep’s very own Carter Ritala earned the honor of being named the 2017 EWAC Baseball Player of the Year alongside Kyle Gradwohl of Dayton-Waitsburg. The Jaguars have remained undefeated throughout the season as they head into Regionals this Saturday to play Pe Ell at 11:00am in Yakima. Tri-Cities Prep players named to First Team are:  Carter Ritala, Trent Mercado, Jared Hartwig and Jacob Amato.  Second Team honors go to:  Sam Harlow and Chase Wilson.  Honorable-Mentions:  Max Nelson, Logan Mercado, and Colin Dickson. Coach Jason Jarrett was also named Coach of the Year. Congratulations to the entire Jaguar Baseball Team and good luck on the rest of the journey!        
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Friday, April 28th marks the opening night for Prep’s 10th Anniversary show of Shakespeare in the Spring.  This season brings an all new take on Twelfth Night. Our rendition opens on board a 1920’s Jazz Era cruise ship.  The Speakeasy Club is bouncing until it encounters a storm at sea.  People are lost, identities confused, and the bounds of polite society mightily tested.  As our heroin, Viola (Lily Mortensen) emerges dressed as a man in order to enter the Duke’s court, finds herself falling in love with the Duke himself, posing an awkward situation for all involved. The Duke (Michael Powers), however, is in love with the Lady Olivia (Sarah Zepeda) and sends his top servant, Viola (disguised as Cessario) on a mission to woo her.  Olivia, however, finds herself far more enamored by the handsome Cessario than the Duke.  Further awkward, Olivia is attended by Festi, a witty yet angsty […]
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The Tri-Cities Prep Mock Trial team won 1st place at the YMCA Youth and Government Mock Trial District Competition in February.  Two teams from the district competition advanced to the state competition that was held this past weekend.  Of the two Tri-City high schools competing at state,  Tri-Cities Prep placed the highest! The YMCA Youth and Government Mock Trial program is a unique blend of law, debate, and drama in which students learn about topical issues and courtroom procedures while sharpening their critical thinking and public speaking skills.  The trials are not scripted and are held in real courtrooms with real judges. Tri-Cities Prep has taken part in the Mock Trial program since 1999, competing at the state-level for 14 out of 17 years.  Unlike sports leagues, the mock trial program does not divide similarily sized schools into competetive leagues.  This means that Prep often competes against schools with much larger student populations […]
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Emma Slahtasky, Jordan Myer, Angelina Rudolph, Kendra Nies and Mary Jane Coffey will have a busy but rewarding weekend ahead of them.  They have been preparing for an event called Dresses for Hope and it is happening this weekend at the Cynergy Centre on Friday, March 24th from 3pm-7pm & Saturday, March 25th from 11am-4pm.  (The Cynergy Centre is located at 4309 W. 27th Avenue in Kennewick) These ladies have been collecting prom dresses since July of 2016 for this special event.  They have over 300 dresses that have been generously donated by students, parents, and even grandparents from the Tri-Cities and even Walla Walla.  Their goal is to give young ladies who may not have the financial means to purchase a new dress for their school’s prom, an opportunity to still have a beautiful dress to wear.   Girls can opt to bring a dress to exchange for another or just choose one […]
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The seventeen member Tri-Cities Prep Science Olympiad team took first place on Saturday at the Washington State Eastern Regional Science Olympiad Tournament.  Team members include:  Sarah Carlson, Mary Jane Coffey, Kenny Ireland, Chandler Jenkins, McCall Lovejoy, McKenna Lovejoy, Jacob Meeuwsen, TJ Mercer, Lily Mortensen, Jason Mosqueda, Jordan Myer, Angelina Nacke, Joseph Paoli, James Sall, Christian Shink, Michael Sun, and Colin Sweeney.  All team members received at least one first place medal with one student receiving four.  All team members medaled in more than one event. The team is coached by volunteers:  Jan Hylden, Gregg Lumetta, Michelle Lumetta, and Frannie Smith and assisted by Tri-Cities Prep graduate, Nick Lumetta ’12. Science Olympiad is one of the premier science competitions in the nation, providing rigorous, standards-based challenges to teams in all fifty states.  Science Olympiad consists of changing events in all STEM disciplines with the goal of enriching the classroom experience while exposing students to […]
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Thank you to the 2017 Auction Sponsors!
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It is not too late to join in on the fun this coming Saturday, March 11th.  There are a handful of seats remaining to the funnest event of the year!  Call Keri at 546-2465 or email kescalera@tcprep.org.  The Live Auction Lineup has some very exciting items and experiences for all interests!  Here is a sneak peek:        
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Upcoming Events
  1. Christmas Wreath Sale

    October 25 - November 27
  2. Thanksgiving break!

    November 23 - November 24
  3. Science Olympiad

    November 24 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
  4. Whats4Dinner lunch

    November 28 @ 11:30 am - 12:10 pm
  5. Blue Tie club meeting

    November 28 @ 11:35 am - 12:05 pm