Hello and welcome to Mr. Lavercombe’s webpage. A quick bio about me; I am originally from Cincinnati and most of my family still lives there. My wife Megan and I live in Centerville with our dog, Rosie - named after the Cincinnati Reds mascot, Rosie Red, along with our son Benjamin who will be 3 this March, as well as our daughter Cecilia who we welcomed in March of 2018. I love being a dad and spending time with him. In my spare time I love to watch baseball, play golf, I am an avid sports memorabilia collector, and travel the globe!
I graduated from Ohio University in 2006 and I am very excited about my 13th (I can't believe it!) year here at Tipp City. I spent the first 10 years teaching Math, coaching, and working with the Athletic Department at the High School. I received my Master's Degree from the University of Dayton in 2012 in Educational Leadership.
If you have any questions my email is email@example.com, my extension at the Middle School is 6386.
I am so excited to bey here at the Middle School as the Assistant Principal and Athletic Director. The staff and students are wonderful here and I am excited to help our students prepare and be successful at the next stage in life.
The mission of Tippecanoe Middle School is to provide educational experiences that are a continuation of the intermediate school and a transition to the high school. Our focus is on the academic, social, emotional, and physical growth of our students in a nurturing environment that will contribute to success as responsible students and citizens.
Some of my favorite quotes...
It does not take any talent to work hard - Derek Jeter
Do you ever wonder how could you can be? Go find out.
Nobody can take your pain away, so don't let anybody take your happiness away.
People only remember the person who was way above the line, or way below the line
Stress is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to pass the time, but it doesn't get you anywhere.
Get busy livin' o' get busy dyin'
Hope is a good thing, and a good thing never dies.
Never deprive someone of hope; it may be all they have.