Enrollment & Registration New Student Online Registration for the 2021-2022 school year is now open. In-person Registration will be held July 26-29, 2021 at the Three Rivers Elementary campus by appointment only. Please call 361-786-3603 ext. 202 to schedule your appointment. New Student Registration Instructions: You must have a valid email account. Must have a valid mobile phone number. Create a ParentPortal Account: https://portals02.ascendertx.com/ParentPortal/login?distid=149902 New Students: If you are new to the district and wish to enroll a student, click Create Account. Returning Students: Log on and complete the Returning Student Enrollment process. Documents Needed for New Student Registration: Birth Certificate Social Security Card Immunization Records: State Immunization requirements can be found here- https://dshs.texas.gov/immunize/school/ Proof of Residency (EX: Utility bill, copy of first page contract if purchasing home, settlement letter from property closing, etc.) Driver’s license or legal identification card Proof of Income (for Prekindergarten & Head Start only) Custody Arrangement Forms Returning Student Online Registration for the 2021-2022 school year is now open. Parents or legal guardians of returning Three Rivers ISD students should log into Ascender ParentPortal to begin the registration process. https://portals02.ascendertx.com/ParentPortal/login?distid=149902 If you cannot remember your ParentPortal credentials, use the “Forgot Login/Password” link. If you are still having difficulty, please contact your students' campus for assistance. Please verify your student’s information for accuracy.
Three Rivers Athletics proudly hosts Ashtin and Wolf Mahler for a Speed Clinic this Thursday July 15th at 9am (4th-7th grade) and 10am (8th-12th grade). Ashtin and Wolf will offer this clinic to the community youth at NO CHARGE as a “thank you” to all of those in the Three Rivers, Ray Point, and surrounding areas who supported her Olympic dreams. If your child plans to attend please text 361-492-3430 by Wednesday July 14th. *Dress in athletic wear and tennis shoes Come out for a wonderful opportunity to learn from Ashtin and Wolf and celebrate her 5th place Olympic trial finish!
TRES STEM Camp 2021 had a "blast off" exploring and discovering the World Of NASA!!!
Best of luck to students in grades 3-6 who are taking the STAAR test! Our students and teachers have worked so hard this year!
It's Teacher Appreciation Week! Day 1: Nothing "BUNDT" love for our great teachers!
Thank you to staff and students for all the great treats in observance of School Principal Day! I received a cookbook collection of favorite recipes from staff and students. I will treasure this special gift forever. Brisket, potato salad, beans, and German Chocolate cake from the office crew made my day extra wonderful. Our staff and students at TRES are simply the best! Thank you all so much! :)
Today is a holiday designated to honor our Administrative Professionals! Ms. Belyeu and Mrs. Saenz work so hard to help our students and staff. Thank you ladies. We hope you know how much you are loved and appreciated! :)
Due to the events of last week and food shortages across our state the menu for this week will be reflecting differently based on availability. This week's menu that we will be featuring is: Monday - Chicken Teriyaki with fried rice, oriental vegetables, egg roll and fortune cookie Tuesday - Cajun Chicken Alfredo, creole green beans, garlic breadstick, mixed fruit cup Wednesday - Oven Baked Fried Catfish, steamed broccoli, mac and cheese, chocolate pudding cup and cornbread Thursday - Crispy Beef Tacos, spanish rice, charro beans, and a fruit slush cup Friday - Pizza Pockets, Broccoli Normandy, Carrot Sticks with Ranch dressing and a applesauce cup.
Our first grade STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) group is enjoying their experiment. Mrs. Royal works very hard to ensure her students love math and science as much as she does! #scienceisfun #mathmatters
Students in Mrs. Romo's art classes learned about Harriet Tubman and the underground railroad before painting her portrait.
Third graders created a history quilt that highlighted the contributions of African Americans.
Mrs. Fox's Social Studies class went on a virtual scavenger hunt in observance of Black History month. They researched Jackie Robinson, Colin Powell, George Washington Carver, Hank Aaron, Thurgood Marshall, Muhammad Ali, Oprah Winfrey, Duke Ellington, Mary Bethune, and Althea Gibson.
What prevents a leak after students pierce sharpened pencils through a plastic bag filled with water? Students in Mrs. Luna's sixth grade science class discovered the answer after their lesson on polymers and molecules. #stem #scienceisfun
Schools across Texas will recognize and honor school counselors this week. TRES has the best counselor around! Thank you, Mrs. Orr!
Kids Heart Challenge is coming soon to Three Rivers Elementary! Kids who raise $150 or more online by 7 AM on 2/15/21 will earn the distinction of AGENT KHC. Kids Heart Challenge Agents will be recognized for their efforts in raising funding and awareness for this very worthy cause. We are excited to get started saving lives and hope you will join us. Be on the lookout for more information or get a jump start by joining our team online at www.heart.org/khc.
Parents of remote learners may pick up lunch at the High School Cafeteria between 11:00 and 11:45. All parents will be screened before entering the cafeteria.
We have had a student test positive for Covid 19. As per health department recommendations, we are asking that parents pick up all third and fourth grade students. Since they could have perhaps been exposed, quarantine measures should be followed. Please monitor your child for symptoms. Contact Nurse Means or the county health department if you have and questions or concerns.
Our wonderful PTO treated our teachers and staff to a Sonic drink of their choice and a chocolate bar. They appreciate all of our hardworking staff and we appreciate their kind gesture and constant support!
Mrs. Luna's 6th grade STEM group created a Science Art Votive Candleholder. They learned how heat energy is transferred by convection, conduction, and radiation. #welovescience