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Christmas Tutoring Schedule


Dec. 20th @ South High 8:00-11:00

Dec. 21st @ South and Central 8:00-11:00

Dec. 22nd 8:00-11:00

Dec. 26 @ South 8:00-11:00

Dec.27th @ South & Central 8:00-11:00



Need more chances to catch up or get ahead?


Saturday Academy Dates


These are at Triumph High School from 9:00-noon each day.

January 5th & 12th

March 9th, 16th & 23rd

May 18th & 25th

June 1st







Spartan Academy



Meets every day after school in room 335 from 3:00-6:00.

Talk to Brett or Susan if you need more information.



Discovery Role Plays


Doug Moratska's Discovery class practices their role plays. Role plays enable students practical ways to problem solve when real life gets hard for them. They are a vital part of our Discovery program.



VS Centennial Basketball game


Congrats to our Triumph basketball team who against Centennial High School from Fort Collins. The final score was 51/35. We were very impressed with your good sportsmanship, and conduct. Well done young men!



~ Jingle Bell Jaunt ~


Participate in a winter race is a 1K and 5K race sponsored by the Triumph High School Interact Club to raise money for polio eradication through the Rotary International Foundation. Packet pick-up will start at the Paul Smith Children's Village at 8 am the day of the race.

See details here!

https://www.raceentry.com/race-reviews/jingle-bell-jaunt



Funky


Shout out to our Paraprofessional for every thing they do for Triumph High School Kristi, Katie, Anna, Kelly, and William

Befunky


Each of them go above and beyond, everyday, to make it the best it can be.


Giving blood saves lives.


Please attend our annual blood drive November 30th.


We are having our annual blood drive Friday, November 30th, in the gym from 10:00 - 1:30. This is for students and staff, as well as parents and any other member of our community. All students names will be put in a drawing for a movie pack that includes a $20 voucher and some goodies. Please see Dori for more details or call the office to set up an appointment. Drop-ins are certainly welcome.

Blood

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Saturday Academy Dates


 Get tutoring, catch up, get ahead!

January 5th - 12th - 19th

March 9th - 16 - 23rd

May 18th - 25th

June 1st

Academy
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Good news!


You can preview your child's school pictures here! 

Please copy and paste

https://www.ruggedgracephotography.com/triumph2018/19


Order forms can be found with the students advisement teacher and they are due Monday, November 5th.

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Triumph Staff take part

 in Spirit Week


Spirit

Shooting

Thanks to Dr. Michelle Aldrich, our Students have been fortunate enough to take part in learning something most schools would stray away from.

The Wyoming Game and Fish teach the kiddos how to safely handle guns on the course atGunsThe Laramie County Shooting Range, north of Cheyenne.

Students are then certified in Hunter Safety. Shooting sports require discipline, responsibility, patience, and goal setting.

Patience


Spirit Week is Coming!


 ~~~ Schedule ~~~

Monday, Oct. 22-Pajama Day

Tuesday, Oct. 23-Tacky Tourist Day

Wednesday, Oct. 24 - Dress for Success Day (also school picture day)

Thursday, Oct. 25-Throwback/Decade Day

Friday, Oct. 26-Tie-Dye/Crazy Hair & Sock Day


PJs

 Supporting our Community


Some of our favorite staff members took part in supporting Wyoming Equality at Drag Queen Bingo last weekend.

All proceeds from the event benefit the statewide efforts of Wyoming Equality. Wyoming Equality seeks to enhance the lives of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people in the Equality State by providing: Education, Information, Activities, Support, a Networking System, and an Advocacy System for people impacted by gender and sexual orientation issues.



Members



Follow us on Facebook!

https://www.facebook.com/triumphhighschool/?tn-str=k*F



It was a great first week of school here!


We had a wonderful first week of school here this week. Students and staff were energized to be here; the Summer Discovery Class marched the halls, we had a very successful open house, and everyone is on target to succeed and reach their goals. Welcome back everyone!

Summer Discovery

Congrats to our 2018 Graduates!


Click on the link below to see the slideshow presentation.

2018 Senior Slideshow


More pictures coming soon!

Slideshow

 This is a first! Triumph graduation will be live-streamed on Thursday!

You can catch the action here at 4:00:  This is a first! Triumph graduation will be live-streamed on Thursday! You can catch the action at 4:00 here:

http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/cheyenne-central-high-school-cheyenne-wy/evt5ff1507b1b

(Yea, I know it says Central. My bad).

If you want to watch the actual event, it will be held at Storey Gym.

Be watching our Facebook page for pictures too!


Thank you Officer Joe!


It is National Police Week and we can't think of a better opportunity to pay tribute to our own Office Joe Johnson. Officer Joe protects us, befriends us, opens his door to us, and serves the population here in unfathomable ways. None of us can begin to comprehend everything he does for us every day, and we are so thankful he is a part of our lives. Office Joe, we salute you, thank you, from the bottom of our hearts, for being here for us.

Officer Joe


Charlie

Our "lunch Lady"


This is Kris! She oversees nutrition services at Triumph High and she is utterly amazing! She shows care and concern for us, as she serves us with her whole heart. We appreciate her so much!

Kris

Our Phenomenal Custodial Night Crew!

We don't know what we would do without this crew! Thank you Cale, Kathy, Austin and Michael for everything you do for us!

Crew
Art
https://www.facebook.com/triumphhighschool

See more examples on our Facebook page

Triumph High School has an exceptional art program.

See our Facebook page for more examples: https://www.facebook.com/triumphhighschool s

Triumph High School has an exceptional art program.

Wyoming Tribune Eagle's Teacher of the Year!

Our own Michael Hendricks has been chosen as The Wyoming Tribune Eagle Teacher of the Year in Laramie County! Michael is exceptionally supportive of all the students he works with and his unique style is appreciated by everyone here at Triumph. Congrats Michael!

Year

Terry Brooksmith

Chances are, you have met Terry! He is a vital part of the custodial team at Triumph High. Terry has a fun, unique, sense of humor, knows every student by name, and partners with every single person in the building to keep things running smoothly all day long for us. He authentically cares about all of us, and we appreciate him beyond words.

Thank you, Terry, for every little thing you do for us all day long here!

Terry
Ellis

John Ellis is much more than counselor here at Triumph.  He gives gentle guidance with each student here, and the students know they can talk to him on a moments notice.

Ringolsby
Laramie Ringolsby is also one of our counselors. She cares very deeply for the students as she attends to their everyday needs.

Both John & Laramie are a true asset to our staff and students, and we are ever so thankful for them.

THE COMMUNITY CAME TOGETHER TO BUILD OUR BEE HIVES AT THE WORKSHOP THIS WEEKEND!!


Bees

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Bees
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Sadie Elliott, State SkillsUSA officer met with Governor Matt Mead and State of Supt. of Education, Jillian Balow for a proclamation signing of CTE Month.










Skills

The Triumph High School Culinary Team competing at Escoffier in Boulder, CO with Chef Curtis Duff.





Escofier

Opening session of DECA with Triumph State Officer


Deca



Deca


Learning About Bees!!


Our own Michael Jordan hosted a bee workshop this weekend in preparation to setting up our new apiary.






Output

THS Students delivering gifts to Cheyenne Health Care.  16 residents will have Christmas sponsored by Triumph

Triumph

Graphic of the Triumph High School logo

Hat Day Raises Money for Prom


Violating the dress code at Triumph will cost you, at least on Hat Day.  Students & teachers pay to wear a hat for the day & the money generated goes toward making prom the event of the year. 

Hat

Parents Love Quarterly Conferences at Triumph

Quarter 3 Parent/Teacher Conferences are a Big Success!

Parent Teacher Night

Spartans shed blood...

Triumph students & staff unite in hopes of winning blood drive!

Triumph's National Honor Society Chapter held a blood drive on February 21st & both students and staff faced the needle for a great cause & in hopes to win the Cheyenne High School blood drive.  East High is the last to host its drive before the winning school is announced. 

Students and blood services employees

Gay Straight Alliance members make and donate blankets


Alliance



Art in Music - Spartans Conquer!

Best in Show & Two 1st Place Awards go to Triumph Students

Student artwork

Morgan Allen, a recent Triumph Graduate, placed 1st in 3D for 12th grade

Best in Show went to 11th grader, Destiny RamirezBest in show artwork

Student artwork

Anthony Furrey placed 1st in 3D for 10th grade



A sign that says thank you

Yearbook Sponsors


Donated Yearbooks

Mike & Tiffany Smith, Bill & Beth Edwards, Dion & Kristin Custis, Sarah Oman, Judy Hinkle, Dick Larkin, Dan & Rachel Edeen, Chris Joannides & our many staff members

Advertising Sponsors

Village Inn, Burri Jewelers, Phoenix Builders


Your Generosity is Appreciated! 


 Earn Credit - Eat cake!!


Atalee and Pamela bond at lunch

Dignity & Respect

Spartans are joyful academic warriors!

Hope is all smiles!

PMA

Positive mental attitude is a Spartan's best weapon for success!

Hashtag Julian!

#Be in the Moment

Be present and focused!



Book lovers in the Library

The Library

Learning & fun begin here with Isaiah




Officer Joe, at your service!


Even Spartans need a little help every now and then.  Thank you, Officer Joe Johnson, Triumph's SRO!  We couldn't do it without you and all of our uniformed protectors.  Every day we see you, we respect you and we Thank you! You make our school and our town safe so that we can grow and learn in Cheyenne.

SRO Joe Johnson at work

Triumph Childcare Center


Baby Spartans thrive in our Early Learning Center

Early Learning Center

Students can interact with their children during the school day.

Mothers can continue their education knowing their wee ones are safe and happy

Quality Care

Our baby Spartans receive high quality care in a warm, clean and stimulating environment.


Our Spartans Have More Fun!!


Maintaining a culture of caring and respect is priority number one to all of our committed staff here at Triumph High!  We have some of the most diverse, experienced, educated and passionate instructors anywhere! 

Teachers having fun at platform graduatio

High Ropes Course Teaches Trust

Spartans learn that they can depend on each other for support

Our ropes course teaches trust,  reliability and self esteem

Atalee Brennand yucks it WAY up in the air at high ropes! 

Ropes

Peace out at the high ropes course.


SCHOOL PROFILE
Michael Helenbolt, Principal

Main Office: 307-771-2500
Email: triumph@laramie1.org
Fax: 307-771-2508

1250 W. College Dr.
Cheyenne, WY 82007

PRINCIPAL'S PAGE

about 1 month ago


Photo of the school principal





Mike Helenbolt, Principal

Triumph High School

The staff of Triumph High School is phenomenal and the support from our district administration and board is foundational to the miracles that occur at our school daily.  For the first time in 9 years we are offering three Discovery classes to accommodate the demand for this culture defining, skill building, future oriented curriculum.  In Discovery students learn skills that help them in all relationships (home, work, school, inter-personally) and how to make the most of each day as a student and human being.  Our school teaches the same curriculums (Guaranteed and Viable) as those offered at the comprehensive high schools only with smaller class sizes, differentiated instruction and attention to individual circumstances.  I am extremely proud of our staff and how they work together to Make Things Work for young adults and of our students for their resiliency in learning and life.