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Girls Soccer Fan Bus Information

posted May 31, 2017, 12:35 PM by Adam Geisen   [ updated May 31, 2017, 1:13 PM ]

Triad High School  will be taking the white activity bus to North Central College in Naperville, IL to support the Girls Soccer Team competing at the Saturday game on June 3rd. 

The cost for a ticket and transportation will be $20.  This will be a first come, first serve signup for 13 seats in the THS office between 7:30am-2:30pm on Thursday/Friday.  Dependent on the results of the semifinal game on Friday, the activity bus will either leave at 6am for the 3rd place game or 7:30am for the championship game on Saturday. 

More information about the state series may be found on the IHSA Girls Website.

Spring 2017 Exam Schedules and Information

posted May 1, 2017, 10:48 AM by Adam Geisen   [ updated May 2, 2017, 11:49 AM ]

Second Semester Exam Schedule - May 2017 – Grades 9-11

Fourth quarter exam days at the high school will be closed campus days.

Friday - 5/19
Closed Campus - Once students arrive on campus they are to remain until 2:35 p.m. Buses run at 2:35 pm


Period Time Length (min)
EB (Exam) 7:00 - 7:50 50
1st (Exam) 8:05 - 9:19 74
2nd (Exam) 9:24 - 10:38 74
4th (Lunch/Exam) 10:43 - 11:57 74
5th (Lunch/Exam) 12:03 - 1:17 74
3rd (Exam) 1:21 - 2:35 74




Monday - 5/22
Closed Campus - Once students arrive on campus they are to remain until 10:38 AM, unless they are riding a bus home. Bus students will depart at 11:00 AM. 

Period Time Length (min)
6th (Exam) 8:05 - 9:19 74
7th (Exam) 9:24 - 10:38 74



End-of-the-Year Information for Graduates - UPDATED 5/11/17

posted Mar 29, 2017, 5:45 AM by Adam Geisen   [ updated May 11, 2017, 11:20 AM ]

1. Friday - May 12

  • Senior Breakfast (7:15-8:15) As a senior, you are free to walk through the breakfast line for a meal on the class of 2017!
  • Locker Cleanout (8:15-8:30) Be prepared to clear out your paper, books, and other items to take home with you. Lockers must be totally cleaned out by May 17th.
  • Clearance Sheet (8:30-8:40) Once lockers are cleaned out, you will receive a clearance sheet that you will take to all your classes on Friday. This will need to be signed by each of your teachers stating that you have returned all your books to their classes.
  • Report to 1st Period for Clearance Sheet Signatures (8:40-8:55) Stay in your 1st period classroom until the end of 1st hour.
  • Report to 2nd-7th period as a typical school day for clearance sheet signatures

For you to receive your 4 graduation tickets, you must have all fees paid. These fees will be listed on your clearance sheets. They include fees from the library, band, PE locks, and our Sodexo Food Service that need to be paid. Cafeteria fees may be paid in the Café and other fees may be paid at the attendance window. Any of these fees may be checked on throughout the day with Ms. Murray in the attendance window. Once your teachers have signed your clearance sheet, fees are paid, you may turn your clearance sheet into the High School office either during your lunch period or during the last 15 minutes of 7th period (2:20-2:35). Your four graduation tickets will then be given to you. These are intended to distribute to your family and friends for Graduation on May 21. 


2. Odd hour final exams for those seniors required to take them will be given on Monday, May 15th, and even hour exams for seniors will be given on Tuesday, May 16th. These are both closed campus school days. Students will not be able to leave campus if they have time between exams.  Seniors are required to be called out by a parent or guardian to leave campus on May 15th and 16th after the completion of their final exam.


3. The Guidance Office will notify those seniors who do not have the credits necessary for graduation.  If your senior is “on the bubble” for graduation, they may not receive their clearance sheet on May 12th. It will be important for these seniors to do everything they can so that all assignments are turned in along with studying for their remaining tests/quizzes.


4.    Honors Night is scheduled for Wednesday, May 17th at 7:00 p.m. in Knights Hall.  If your student is honored this night, you will receive an invitation through the mail to attend.  If there is a question about whether you should attend, please call the high school office at 667-8851 *7060.


5.    All graduating seniors planning to participate in the graduation ceremony are required to report for Graduation Practice on Friday, May 19th at 9:00 a.m. in the large gym.  The practice will last approximately two hours.  Please be on time.

6.    Graduation is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. on Sunday, May 21 in the large gym.  Graduates need to arrive at THS for the graduation ceremony before 1:15 p.m.  The best advice for all attending graduation is to be early to avoid traffic problems.   Entrance to the gym will be the main entrance doors to the right of the circle drive to conserve the cool air in the gym.  Doors to the public for graduation will open at 12:30 p.m. Handicap access will remain at the gym entrance doors.


7. Seniors will receive four reserved seats for the graduation ceremony. These four seats will be noted on the tickets that students receive after they have turned in their clearance sheet.  They will receive these tickets on Friday afternoon, May 12th. The majority of floor seating and some bleacher seating for graduation is reserved to accommodate the parents, family, and friends of the seniors graduating.  Other than the bleacher seating that will be reserved for our seniors’ parents as needed, all other seating will be available on a first come, first served basis.  There are approximately 2000 open seats.  Ushers will be available to direct you to your seat the day of graduation.  If you are in need of handicap access, please call the high school office at 667-8851 *7060 to make arrangements for reserved handicapped seating.  


8. Proper attire for our graduates includes dress clothes, a tie for boys, and dress shoes. No tennis shoes, sandals, jeans or shorts, please.  The hood and gown from Jostens should not be defaced.  


9. IMPORTANT: The graduation ceremony is to honor the Class of 2017, their families, and their teachers.  The graduation ceremony is not the time for any behaviors that would detract from the dignity of the occasion. This is an important event in many people's lives.  All school rules and district policies are still in effect during the graduation ceremony.  Many parents and past graduates have expressed their appreciation of the ceremony and the fact that our faculty honors the graduates and their families by wearing their school colors and academic garb. Traditionally, graduating seniors, and all in attendance, have taken a mature and commendable approach to this significant event.  


10. Congratulations to the Class of 2017 and to their parents/guardians!

Voegele Studio will be available to take a photo of your graduate with his/her diploma before the ceremony in the small gym.  The quality of the photo will be better with this arrangement than trying to take a picture of the graduate on the stage area during the actual ceremony.  If you are interested in ordering this type of photo, please complete the order form by following this link and return it to the high school office by the end of the school day on Friday, May 19, 2017. They will be set up and ready to photograph at noon on May 21st. Please fill out the order sheet below indicating your picture choice.  Attach check or cash and return to the high school office by the end of the school day on Friday, May 19th. For more information call Voegele Studios at 618-654-7291.


Click HERE for a pdf version of the document.



Prom Guest Form

posted Mar 20, 2017, 9:37 PM by Adam Geisen   [ updated Mar 20, 2017, 9:38 PM ]

Prom Guests who are not students at Triad High School must submit a completed Guest Form with an attached photocopy of their driver’s license or picture-ID with Date of Birth. Click HERE to download or print the Triad Prom Guest Form for the 2017 Prom to be held on Saturday evening, April 29th, at the Regency Conference Center in O’Fallon, IL. The form and other materials must be submitted before a ticket can be purchased and released to the student and his or her guest. 

Thank you for your cooperation.

2017 Prom Information

posted Mar 20, 2017, 10:11 AM by Adam Geisen   [ updated Mar 22, 2017, 8:01 AM ]

Image result for flappers clipartA Roaring Good Knight

DATE: Saturday, April 29, 2017

TIME: 7-11 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)

LOCATION: Regency Conference Center (connected to the Hilton Garden Inn) 400 Regency Park Drive, O’Fallon, IL 62269 (off Greenmount Road)

CHECK-IN: Students should have their ticket and a photo-ID to check in. All guests must check in with the THS senior or junior who purchased their ticket. Students who leave the prom early will not be readmitted.

COST: $40 for Triad seniors; $50 for Triad juniors and all guests. Appetizers, desserts, beverages, and a photo booth are included.

TICKETS: On sale April 11-12 and April 18-21. No refunds after April 25. No tickets will be sold at the door. Only Triad seniors and juniors may purchase tickets. No ticket can be purchased by or for a student who owes any fees. Tickets will be emailed by April 25.

***All non-Triad guests must be approved in advance. Guest forms are available in the office and on the school web page. Approval can take a couple of days, so all guest forms should be turned in by April 19. Ticket sales end April 21.

PHOTOS: Professional photographs will be taken by Voegele Studios. Order forms will be available in the high school office in April.

QUESTIONS: Contact Mrs. Hasemann at jessica.hasemann@tcusd2.org or 667-5409 x 7249

TABC AFTER PROM PARTY: Edison’s Entertainment Complex - 2477 South State Route 157, Edwardsville, IL 11:00pm-3:00am. Unlimited Bowling, Laser Tag & Arcade Games - Pizza, Drinks & Dessert. Attendance Prizes all night long! Big Prizes at 2:15 am. Students do not have to attend the prom in order to attend the after prom party. Tickets $15, $20 at the door (dates of ticket sales will be communicated)

TABC Trivia Night - Saturday, April 1 @ 6pm

posted Mar 14, 2017, 8:21 AM by Adam Geisen

mailto:tabctrivia@gmail.com

2nd Annual Triad-Highland Donkey Basketball Game - Friday 3/17 at THS at 7pm

posted Mar 2, 2017, 10:17 AM by Adam Geisen

The 2nd Annual Triad-Highland Donkey Basketball Game will be held on Friday, March 17 at Triad High School at 7 pm. Advance tickets are $6 and are available in the high school office. Tickets at the door are $8. Juniors, Seniors, and Faculty will compete against the Highland Bulldogs.

There will be free donkey rides for children 12 and under during intermission.


Spring Sports Tryouts Begin February 27

posted Feb 21, 2017, 10:13 PM by Adam Geisen   [ updated Feb 22, 2017, 5:54 PM ]

Spring Sports Tryouts begin Monday, Feb. 27th for all spring sports.

Image result for sports imagesGirls Soccer will be 3-5 (Mon-Fri) at the high school. All times and dates are subject to change.

Boys Tennis - 2:45-4:45 pm (Mon - Fri) on the tennis courts.

Baseball - please see Coach Bugger regarding times and dates.

Softball - please see Coach Kleeman regarding times and dates.

Gym Renaming Ceremony in Honor of Rich Mason - Feb. 17, 2017

posted Feb 16, 2017, 1:21 PM by Adam Geisen

The Triad High School main gymnasium will be renamed in honor of long-time Triad employee and head basketball coach Rich Mason on Friday night February 17, 2017. Coach Mason served in the Triad District for a span of 40 years having various roles in our district, and he currently holds the all-time wins record with 346 wins as our head Boys Basketball coach. In addition to his 346 wins, Coach Mason won 6 IHSA Regional basketball titles and has been inducted into the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Coach Mason still attends most all home and away Triad basketball games and is the epitome of a Triad Knight.

Join us on Friday night before the varsity game to celebrate his historical career and rename the high school gymnasium in his honor. 



Parent-Teacher Conference Information - Feb, 16, 2017

posted Feb 12, 2017, 10:54 AM by Adam Geisen   [ updated Feb 12, 2017, 11:05 AM ]

Parent-Teacher conference times are an open format where appointments are not necessary. Teachers will be available in their classroom for walk-in conferences. However, if parents would like an appointment, please call or email the teacher and they would be glad to reserve a time for you.

Starting at 7:15pm on Thursday night in the library, we will be showing the Heroin Project Video about current trends in heroin use in Madison County. A trailer of the course may be accessed by using the video link above. We acknowledge that some of our students struggle with the temptation of using drugs. Research indicates that parents who are knowledgeable and speak to their children about the dangers of using drugs and prescription medication are more likely to not start down this road. If you would like to become informed about drug use affecting our teens, and more specifically Heroin Use in Madison County, please attend the viewing of this documentary.

Teachers' unavailable times are listed in the chart below.



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