Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

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    Here is important updated information from Dr. Gretta Kumpf, Superintendent for Tipp City Schools. 




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  • COVID-19 UPDATE:  Modifications to Lunch on Us

    Due to Ohio's Stay at Home mandate, the distirct is making changes to how the Lunch on Us program will operate during the next two weeks.

    Tipp City Schools will maintain its partnership with Tipp Monroe Community Services and the United Methodist Church so students continue to have lunch during the school closure.  For this week, we will have pick-up and maintain the current delivery routes on Monday March 23 and Wednesday March 25. Although there are only two dates, students will receive food packets containing lunches for the week.

    The following week, prepared lunch items will be picked up and delivered on Monday March 30 for the entire week of March 30 – April 3.

    Here is the schedule: 

    Lunch pick-up at
    Tipp City United Methodist Church, 8 W. Main St. (11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m) 

    ROUTE 1
    Meadow Drive off of Ginghamsburg Frederick Road (11:30 a.m.)
    Tweed Woods Park located on Sequoia Court between Larch Street & Banyon Tree Way (Approx. 11:45 a.m.)
    Floral Acres & Rosedale Ave. (Approx. 11:55 a.m.)
    Elas Ct. & Woodlawn Drive at the corner (Approx. 12:05 p.m.)
    Tipp City Park Roundhouse Entrance (Approx. 12:15 p.m.) 

    ROUTE 2
    W. Walnut Street & Bellview Court  (11:30 a.m.)
    Wind Ridge Apartments off North Hyatt Street (middle of the parking lot)(Approx. 11:40 a.m.)
    Comanche Lane & Cheyenne Place (near corner)(Approx. 11:50 a.m.)
    N. Tippecanoe Dr. & Miles Ave (corner)(Approx. 12:05 p.m.)
    Hathaway Park on Hathaway Trail (Approx. 12:15 p.m.) 


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    On Friday, March 13, 2020, Dr. Gretta Kumpf distributed a letter with closure information to parents, staff, and the community on the district's current and developing plans to address the closure of the K-12 schools across the state.  As additional information becomes available,  we will post updates on Facebook and our district webpage. We realize there are many questions. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we promptly navigate this new territory and look for additional guidance from government agencies.

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    Complete the online registration form for your future Tipp City Schools student today.

    Kindergarten Registration We are now accepting kindergarten enrollments for the 2020-2021 school year.  Please follow the instructions available here to register students who will be five years old prior to August 1, 2020. The process is as easy as 1, 2, 3...

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Superintendent's Welcome


     Welcome to Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

    Where Excellence is a Tradition

    WelcomDr. Kumpf e to Tipp City Exempted Village Schools where “excellence is a tradition.” We don't take the district’s motto for granted but strive toward it daily as the goal of our programming. We expect our students to do their best in their classrooms, theatrical productions, musical performances, sporting events, or any other endeavor they attempt. The goal of excellence is not easily attainable; it truly is the pursuit of the goal that makes each student successful!

    We are a district that is proud of our rating from the State of Ohio; however, ratings and accomplishments are only as telling as the experiences we create for our students. Tipp City Schools enjoys a solid reputation for outstanding teachers who work hard each day to make a difference for students and their education. The legacy of any successful school district must be that of preparing its students for the future they choose to pursue. In Tipp City Schools, we are proud that our students are enjoying outstanding learning experiences that are building them for their futures.

    Because of our exemplary teachers, Tipp City students consistently rank among the top performers in the region on standardized proficiency and achievement tests. Students develop a solid academic foundation during their elementary and junior high years so they are adequately prepared for high school and its many challenges. Teachers also place a value on developing responsibility and self-confidence in their students.

    The district consists of five schools with an enrollment of approximately 2600 students. Our community is home to one high school (9-12), one middle school (6-8), an intermediate school (4-5), and two elementary schools (K-1 and 2-3). Each building has a vibrant and supportive atmosphere that is vital to students’ potential. Highly engaged volunteers embrace opportunities to collaborate within each of the schools to enhance the educational mission for students.

    Our schools are the heart of this small, vibrant community. Whether attending an athletic event, volunteering as a tutor, or organizing a district-wide event, community support is overwhelming. It is prominently evident in the untiring support from booster organizations, parent groups, the business community, and local government. It is easy to see why excellence is a tradition in Tipp City Exempted Village Schools!

    If you would like more information about Tipp City Schools, please call our Board of Education office at (937) 667-8444. We will be happy to help you.

    Dr. Gretta Kumpf

    Superintendent of Schools 

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    It is our pleasure to serve the citizens of Tipp City and Monroe Township as members of the Board of Education of Tipp City Schools. We serve in order to help uphold the school district's tradition of excellence and to support the administration, faculty, and staff in providing the high quality education our students need. You may contact us by e-mail by clicking on our names above. Thank you for your interest in Tipp City Schools.

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