Communities That Care

If you have been looking for a way to get more involved in your community and benefit the youth of your community, THIS IS IT!
Three Rivers Public Health along with many other local community partners are coming together to empower youth and families in Washington County using a process called Communities that Care (CTC). CTC guides communities through a proven five-phase change process. Using prevention science as its base, CTC promotes healthy youth development, improves youth outcomes, and reduces problem behaviors.
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We are looking for community members to join us that are interested in becoming a champion for youth by supporting our youth in leading happier and healthier lives. A Community Board Orientation will be held in a series of 3 2-hour sessions. Registration is required to attend.
Please use the links below to register for each session as each will cover different material.
Thursday, September 9, 2021 11am – 1pm
Thursday, September 16, 2021 11am – 1pm
Thursday, September 23, 2021 11am – 1pm
If interested or if you have further questions, please contact Coartney DiGiorgio at

Elementary School Open House

The construction at the Elementary School is complete and we would love for you to come to take a look. We are hosting an Elementary Open House on August 31st from 6 to 7 p.m.  Please come and check out the new additions and remodeling. 

PFE Walk a Thon

See the PFE Events page at the link below for information on the Walk a Thon including the packet and the online payment link.

Walk a Thon Information

Additional Walk-A-Thon Information posted 09/10/21 from Mr. Wagner

We are excited to provide an action plan for the upcoming walk-a-thon event.  Additionally, we are inviting parents/families to this event.  Please see below some other highlights.  If you have any questions please let us know.

Anticipated Start Times

The start times will be shared by our PFE member, Chris Roberts, at a later date.  We do anticipate starting at approximately 10:15 am.  Please meet your student outside by the gymnasium doors. 

Lunchroom procedures 

Once the walk is complete each classroom will come inside and wash up for lunch.  We will be serving a sack lunch this day.  If you prefer a cold lunch please feel free to bring one from home. We will be eating lunch outside.

**Parents will have the option to eat lunch outside with their student. 

***Weather permitting.

Restroom procedures

We encourage all parents/families to use the restroom prior to this event.  However, if parents/families need to utilize the restroom they will need to wear a mask when entering the front of the building.  

*If there is inclement weather during this event it will be rescheduled or canceled.

**Social distancing is recommended.