Triad COVID Update 2020

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Nov 2020 Parent Update
Posted on 11/11/2020
I know everything about COVID has put an unbelievable amount of stress on our communities. I continue to have confidence in our communities, our Tri...
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A Parent's Guide To Online Payments
Posted on 09/29/2020
We appreciate your patience in our transition to the Skyward Student Information System....
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2020 Emerson In Excellence Award Winner
Posted on 09/27/2020
It is our pleasure to recognize Lexie Cuppett for her years of dedication and commitment to the students of Triad....
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Letter to Madison County Families
Posted on 09/25/2020
We continue to work closely with the Madison County Health Department and are joining with other area school districts to communicate to families to ...
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Public Letter from Pediatricians
Posted on 09/04/2020
As local pediatricians, in unity with the American Academy of Pediatrics and CDC, we write today to share our strong recommendation for in-person sch...
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School Lunch Program Extends Waiver
Posted on 09/04/2020
USDA has approved our waiver to extend free meals for kids through December 31, 2020. We are excited to announce that due to this extension, all Tria...
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Ministries Unlimited Collects & Provides School Supplies
Posted on 07/22/2020
Ministries Unlimited will be accepting school supplies to be distributed to students who reside in Triad School District for the 2020-2021 school yea...
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School Supply Lists 2020-2021
Posted on 07/08/2020
Modified school supply lists have been released for the following buildings......
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New Family Access Portal
Posted on 06/11/2020
Triad CUSD2 is adopting Skyward’s Family Access for the 2020-21 school year. With this online portal, parents and guardians can stay on top of their ...
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Stay in Touch
Posted on 05/31/2020
Stay in touch with Triad CUSD and our schools with the Triad App. The district’s official mobile app enables smartphone and tablet users to keep tra...
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The Triad District was formed by consolidation in 1954. The District consists of the communities of Troy, St. Jacob, and Marine, which are all located in Madison County. The District has a total of 121.5 square miles. Triad is located in Madison County which is in the southwestern sector of Illinois - just 18 miles northeast of St. Louis. The biggest part of the District sits at the crossroads of Interstates 55, 70, and 270. When the district was formed, a contest was held fornaming the district. A student by the name of Vincent Kauhl, who was a student at the McCray-Dewey High School in Troy, was the winner with his entry of "TRIAD" for the district name.

When the District was formed, there were a total of 869 students in the three communities which included 222 high school students (grades 9 through 12) and 647 elementary students (grades 1 through 8). There was one grade school in each of the communities and high school buildings in Troy and St. Jacob.

Presently there are 3,778 students attending school in the Triad District from grades pre-kindergarten through grade 12 (1,768 elementary students, 856 middle school students, and 1,154 high school students.) There are two elementary schools in Troy (Henning and Silver Creek); one elementary school in St. Jacob; one elementary school in Marine, along with a district middle school housing grades 6-8 and a district high school.