What's New

Superintendent Message
It’s been a great start to the 2018-2019 school year. Triad is excited to welcome 25 new licensed staff members this year with a variety of experience and educational backgrounds. All 25 have a few things in common -- a passion for teaching and learning, ideas for innovation and excitement to be part of the Triad District.
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Increasing District Enrollment
Triad enrollment is up again this year. To start the 2018-2019 school year, the district has enrolled 3786 students. The graphs below show the upward trend of increased student enrollment. Last year’s kindergarten class and now this year’s 1st-grade class remains the largest class at 319 students.
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Triad App
Stay in Touch
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 track of important district information and receive notices from the district and schools via push notifications. "The mobile app is linked to our website and provides our school community with the information most important to them," Leigh Lewis, Triad Superintendent.
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IDOT Route 40 Construction
Delays should be expected and parents are encouraged to use school bus transportation to Triad Schools along Route 40 to assist in minimizing traffic and delays.
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School Lunch
School Lunch Prices
The Triad Board of Education took action at the regular July meeting to approve new breakfast, lunch and al carte prices for the 2018-19 school year.
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