Three Rivers Community Schools

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Three Rivers Community Schools
United States
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SuperintendentNikki Nash
SchoolsHoppin, Norton, Andrews, Park, TRMS, TRHS.
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Three Rivers Community Schools is a school district in Three Rivers, Michigan, United States. The superintendent is Nikki Nash

It operates the following schools:

Coordinates: 41°56′52″N85°37′08″W / 41.94778°N 85.61889°W / 41.94778; -85.61889

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