• Ms. Amy Epperson

    aepperson@tippcity.k12.oh.us

    (937) 669-8448

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    Hello!  My name is Amy Epperson and I am the new Assistant Principal at Tippecanoe High School.  I am ecstatic to be working at THS!  I can't wait to meet all the THS students about whom I've heard so many wonderful things!  Additionally, I look forward to partnering with the families and community members of Tipp City to support our students' growth and success!

     

    Biography

    I grew up and went to school in Bellbrook back when it was a much smaller, rural community.  I loved and benefited from the ability to be heavily involved in school sports and clubs and grow up in a close-knit community.  I studied Education and Spanish at The University of Dayton and was fortunate to have many incredible professors!  After graduation, I started my teaching career at Carroll High School in Dayton.  After two years, I had the opportunity to work in the Miamisburg City Schools where I spent the last 21 years.  During that time, I taught all levels of Spanish from Introduction to Spanish to Spanish VI Advanced Placement Literature.  Additionally, I served as thetWork Based Learning Advisor and College Credit Plus Liaison and Proctor.  I also coached girls and boys tennis and the academic team for several years.  

    I am blessed to be a mother of three!  Emily is studying to be a nurse at The University of Cincinnati.  Connor is a senior in high school and Rachel is a junior in high school.  I am also lucky to have a very supportive husband and two lovable dogs. 

    I look forward to meeting each of you and working together to have a successful school year!

    Education & Certifications/Licensure

    • Bachelor of Science in Education (Spanish K-12), The University of Dayton, 1997
    • Master of Science in Education (Teacher Leader), The University of Dayton, 1999
    • National Board Certification (World Languages Other Than English), 2007
    • Master of Education (Educational Leadership) & Principal Licensure (5-12), American College of Education, 2020