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2014-2015

NEVIN COPPOCK ELEMENTARY
Serving Kindergarten and First Grade 

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525 North Hyatt, Tipp City, OH  45371

 

Rick Brownlee, Principal

 rabrownlee@tippcity.k12.oh.us
 
(937) 667-2275

fax (937) 669-5508

Becky Jones, Secretary

rljones@tippcity.k12.oh.us

 
 Office will be closed beginning Monday, June 16.  Will re-open Thursday, August 7.
Hours:  9:00 to Noon and 1:00 to 3:00 
Registration information can be picked up over the summer at the Board Office
and turned in at Nevin Coppock beginning Thursday, August 7. 
 
 
KINDERGARTEN SCREENING INFORMATION
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 KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION FOR 2014-15 SCHOOL YEAR

Parents, please stop by the Nevin Coppock Elementary School and register your child for kindergarten if you haven't already done so.  You may register any Monday - Friday between 10 and 3 if you have a child 
turning 5 on or before July 31, 2014.  Parents should bring:
 
1. Original Birth Certificate
2. Proof of Residence (lease or deed)
3. Custody Papers (if applicable)
4. Picture of Student
5. Driver's License (parent or guardian)
 

2014-2015 Regular School Hours

9:10 – 3:25 (Doors Open at 8:55)


 

 
Character Club
Nevin Coppock’s Character Club is a unique way of teaching our students to respect themselves and others.  The themes used each month cover topics such as respect, responsibility, and honesty.  Through morning announcements presented by our first grade students, we teach our children the definition of these words and ways they fit into our everyday lives.  By presenting a new character-related word each week, we encourage our students to take active roles in making our school and community a great place to work, learn, and play.
 

The theme each month is a character trait, and the word in the following weeks supports that theme.  A student will present the word and its definition on the morning announcements each week.  He/she is often supported by another student using the word in a sentence or in a descriptive situation.  Teachers are given the words beforehand and coordinate the use of the word into their daily lessons.  Staff members support the program by complimenting a student when he performs a character trait being presented that week.

 

We know that this has been a successful program for our Primary students because we hear them using the vocabulary associated with our character education words throughout their day.  The program at Nevin Coppock is a great way to introduce our young students to the importance of having good character.

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