Welcome to MCW Trimont Elementary!
Students in Kindergarten, 3rd, 4th 5th, and 6th Grades attend Trimont Elementary School. At Trimont Elementary, we are committed to providing the best educational opportunities for your child!
MCW Homecoming Festivities
Trimont Elementary students will be attending the parade and pep fest in Sherburn in the afternoon on Friday, September 22. Students will be dismissed from Sherburn at the end of the day. Students who walk or are bused from the Trimont site will be taken back to Trimont at the end of the day. If you are picking up your child in Sherburn, or have alternate plans such as your child going to a friend’s house, please send a note to school with your child.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Monthly Incentive Program
As part of our District-wide Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) program, Trimont Elementary will be having monthly activities to celebrate those who have shown their Maverick PRIDE. These activities are designed to be fun and inclusive. All students who have not been sent down to the office twice for behavioral issues will participate in these activities. Students with 2 office referrals for the month will work on homework or AR points in the library instead of attending. Each month all students start with a blank slate and are eligible for the fun activities. We are excited to provide these activities for students and hope all students will be in attendance. If you have any questions, feel free to contact the Principal by calling the main office (507)639-2071 or emailing at email@example.com
Proper Summer Dress
With the weather getting nice and the temperatures getting higher, we would like to remind students to dress appropriately at school. Please reference the student handbook at the beginning of the student planners. One common dress code issue is the length of shorts. In the student handbook, students are asked to "use discretion in the length of the shorts they wear." Sometimes an outfit may look nice but may not fulfill the dress code requirements. As a general rule of thumb, the ends of shorts should be as far or farther down the leg than an person's fingertips when their arms hang freely at their sides. Starting Monday, May 12th, students will be asked to change into different pants or shorts if they are not long enough. Parents will be contacted to bring in alternative clothing and if they are not able to bring in clothes, sweatpants will be provided.
Thank you for your help in this manner.
|Contact: Chad Brusky Principal|