Tipp City Schools Communications Office
Liz RobbinsSchool Community Relations Coordinator937-669-6302I recently started my 7th year with Tipp City Schools and it continues to be a wonderful, challenging career in my home district. I am an ardent believer that the district provides the community with quality schools and outstanding staff committed to educational excellence. As the School Community Relations Coordinator, I have many opportunities to boast about our students and staff! One of my many responsibilities includes publishing our weekly Quick News e-newsletter that features innovative teaching, highlights students’ successes, and provides important reminders. Be sure to like us on Facebook and follow the district on Twitter so you are up-to-date on the exciting things taking place in our classrooms. I also serve as the district’s media contact, and regularly submit news items and notices of upcoming events to the Tippecanoe Gazette, Sunday Record-Herald, the Troy Daily News, the Dayton Daily News, local cable access channel 5 (KIT-TV), and TV stations.My family moved from the east coast to Tipp City 18 years ago, expecting to stay for only a few years. Some of life's events simply don't go as scripted. Our three children graduated from Tipp City Schools and now we are empty nesters deciding if we should downsize. Alexandra graduated in 2011, attended Boston College, and recently moved to London, England where she works in finance. Zachary graduated in 2013, attended Johns Hopkins University, and moved to Texas where he now works as an engineer in soil remediation for the oil industry. Richie graduated from Tipp in 2017 and is a junior at Bowling Green State University where he is studying Management Information Systems and Marketing. Thank goodness one of my children decided to stay somewhat local!If you have any questions or suggestions for improving communications, please contact me by phone or email. I try to reply to all inquiries quickly. It is important to me that our families feel connected to, engaged with, and welcomed at our schools. Have a great year!
Last Modified on September 24, 2019