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CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Intermediate School District Superintendent Teresa Belote will be sticking around the ISD for the foreseeable future. The ISD’s Board of Education held a closed session Monday to perform a superintendent evaluation on Belote, ultimately rating her as “highly...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Nikki Nash, who has been a teacher, principal and curriculum director at Three Rivers Community Schools, was approved as the new superintendent of TRCS during Monday’s Board of Education meeting.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools has its woman. On Monday, the TRCS Board of Education approved a two-year contract for current interim superintendent Nikki Nash to be the district’s next superintendent, officially shedding the interim tag she had in place since the resignation of...
Photo provided - The Business Law and Ethics team of Three Rivers High School students Cole Schaaf (left) and Phillip Wellman (right) finished in the top 10 at the state DECA competition in downtown Detroit March 10-12. The two were part of the 30-student contingent from TRHS that competed in the competition.
DETROIT — Six students from Three Rivers High School were successful at the state DECA competition in downtown Detroit, held March 10-12. The Business Law and Ethics team of Cole Schaaf and Phillip Wellman earned a top 10 finish, Azariah Price and Paul Lopez-Munoz finished in the top 10 in Team...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville Public Schools will be hosting two new Career and Technical Education programs in the county, and the logistics of such were discussed during Monday’s CPS Board of Education meeting. Interim Superintendent Chad Brady told board members Centreville has the opportunity to...
CENTREVILLE — As Glen Oaks Community College prepares to tackle renovating the south side of its campus, the college’s Board of Trustees selected an architect for the project Thursday. Design Collaborative, an architectural firm out of Fort Wayne, Ind., was the architect selected unanimously by the...
Photo provided - Sturgis High School took first place in the 2022 St. Joseph County Quiz Bowl high school competition Wednesday, March 2, hosted by the St. Joseph County ISD. Pictured are team members Lauren Alwine, Ian Earl, Julio Garcia Hernandez, Eathan Klar, Dustin Krontz and Max Scheske, and others with the trophy. The team was coached by Stephanie Harker Shau.
CENTREVILLE — A number of schools from around St. Joseph County excelled during the annual county Quiz Bowl tournament, held Wednesday, March 2 and Thursday, March 3. The tournament was hosted by the St. Joseph County ISD, the first tournaments they have hosted since February 2020 due to the COVID-...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Three Rivers Community Schools Interim Superintendent Nikki Nash gives an answer during an interview for the permanent superintendent position at the district at Monday’s TRCS Board of Education meeting. The board agreed to move into contract talks with Nash following the interview, with a formal contract to be presented at the board’s next meeting on March 21.
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools appears to be two weeks away from having its next superintendent. On Monday, the TRCS Board of Education agreed to enter into superintendent contract talks with Interim Superintendent Nikki Nash for the district’s permanent position. The move followed a...
Photo provided by Jennie Miller - (From left to right) Emma Woodhouse, played by Gwen Lyczynski; Jane Fairfax, played by Kaitlyn Williamson; and Harriet Smith, played by Arwen Burkey, perform “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun” during the Three Rivers High School production of “Emma: A Pop Musical.” The show runs from March 11-13 and March 18-20 at the TRHS Performing Arts Center.
THREE RIVERS — For the first time since 2019, the curtain will rise on a musical production at Three Rivers High School. Almost two years to the day of the opening day postponement of “Mamma Mia” back in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, high schoolers in Three Rivers will return to the stage...
Photo provided by Scott Muffley - Thirty students from TRHS will be competing in the state DECA competition, which will be held this weekend in Detroit. Pictured are members from the Three Rivers team at the DECA district competition earlier this year.
THREE RIVERS — A number of Three Rivers High School students will be competing for a chance to compete in the national DECA competition. Thirty students from TRHS will be competing in the state DECA competition during the State Career Development Conference, held this week from March 10-12 in...
Photo provided - (From left to right) Immaculate Conception Catholic School students Jay Patel, Averi Potter, Ariana Gonzalez, Brynley Brookens, Marcos Chacon, and Liam Burkey, hold up a check showing how much Immaculate Conception Catholic School will be sending to the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund. Students and staff from the school donated $1,002.01 as part of a “Pennies For Hope” fundraising effort that occurred from mid-January through mid-February.
THREE RIVERS — Service to the community is one of the pillars of learning at Immaculate Conception Catholic School, but a recent fundraising drive showed that service can extend beyond the community to places outside of St. Joseph County. From mid-January through mid-February of this year, students...

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