Superintendent's Message


Mark Neal

Three-Fourths of the school year is over and all is well at Tri-Valley.  Covid is beginning to look like a thing of the past and we are completely back to normal in all buildings and on our school busses. I would like to thank our parents and students for all of your cooperation as we navigated the Covid regulations over the past two years. Other than the mandatory shut down from March-May of 2020, the district has been open for business.

We are in the initial stages of the State testing season, spring sports are fully underway, and snow days seem to be behind us as well.  It is now time to turn our focus to the end of the school year and ultimately to graduation day for the Class of 2022.

As we gear up for the marathon of standardized testing that has begun, please make sure to check your child’s testing schedule and make sure they get plenty of rest during this period. We will make every effort to make the testing process as painless as possible for our students here at school.

The Board of Education recently accepted bids on the construction of a new District Office which will be located next door to the existing office on what is currently the band practice field. The Marching Band will begin utilizing the recently renovated track facility where new lighting, a new platform, and several other improvements are slated to make this the ideal location for our band members.  The BOE is also in the process of exploring options for additional classroom space at Nashport Elementary. Further, a traffic study is underway at Nashport Elementary as well in an effort to streamline traffic congestion before and after school. 

Congratulations to our students on a great school year! The entire community is invited to our Commencement ceremony at Jack Anderson Field on May 27th at 7:00 PM. 

Congratulations to the Class of 2022!



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