Tippecanoe High School and Tippecanoe Middle School will resume extracurricular activities and its regular athletic schedule of practices, games, and meets effective on Tuesday, January 18th. #WEareTIPP
Tippecanoe High School and Tippecanoe Middle School will resume extracurricular activities and its regular athletic schedule of practices, games, and meets effective on Tuesday, January 18th. We will continue to monitor data and make adjustments as necessary. #WEareTIPP
If you are shopping this weekend or placing an online order, please consider making a purchase for Tippecanoe High School's SOCK IT 2 'EM sock drive to benefit St. Vincent de Paul Homeless Shelter. Drop off donations of new socks (any size) at THS or BOE. #WEareTIPP
It was a thumbs up remote learning day for LT Ball teacher Taylor Imwalle and her students! Thank you to all of our staff for making these connections and doing all you do for our students! #WEareTIPP #TogetherweareExtraordinary
Thank you Premier Health for your strong partnership with Tipp City Schools and the generous donation to support our student-athletes, athletic programs, and stadium improvements.
A behind-the-scenes look at creative ways teachers connect with students on remote days. Thank you Mallory Normile (Broadway teacher) for showing us what it takes to get documents to show correctly on the screen! Laptop, computer, document camera, and a lovely set up! #WEareTIPP
Due to a sudden, significant increase in student and staff absences, Tipp City Schools will be implementing remote learning as defined in our Continuity of Learning Plan that is posted on the district website. The district will implement remote learning from Thursday, January 13th through Friday, January 21st. The district will still observe the early release schedule on Friday, January 14th, and the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday on Monday, January 17th. During this time, all extra-curricular activities, including athletic practices and games, are canceled (from January 13th - Monday, January 17th). On Monday (1/17), we will assess the potential for practices to begin on Tuesday, January 18th. We apologize for any inconvenience or hardship this decision places on families. If you have any questions, please contact your child's principal.
Can you help Tippecanoe High School reach its goal? THS is sponsoring a Sock Drive to benefit St. Vincent de Paul, a non-profit serving the homeless and impoverished in the Greater Dayton Area. Drop off new socks at the BOE or THS. #WEareTIPP #togetherweareextraordinary
Thank you Miami County Foundation for the lifesaving equipment. With your nearly $7,000 grant, the district purchased two Automated External Defibrillators, five replacement electrodes, and six AED wall cabinets with alarms. We appreciate your generosity! #WEareTIPP
The district has 14 new hands-free bottle filling stations thanks to Monroe Township Board of Trustees! The board appropriated nearly $30,000 in CARES Act Funds for Tipp City Schools to purchase the touchless water dispensers. #WEareTIPP #TogetherweareExtraordinary
Thank you to the Tipp City United Methodist Church for making a vision come to reality. The church recently collaborated with several others in our community to improve safety for our students who are traversing on and off the field at City Park. In collaboration with the City of Tipp City - Government, Tipp City Schools, Tipp Pride, and Tipp City Music Boosters , a concrete pad was poured to join sidewalks to the turf field. This makes it safer for the students and allows others (especially those requiring wheelchairs) to enter the field with confidence. Thank you to Dan Glover, Pastor at TCUMC; Greg Moehl, Family Ministry Pastor at TCUMC; Mike Chaney, Tippecanoe Music Boosters President and church member; Keith Lavy, Classic Concrete and church member; Tony Hunt, City of Tipp City. This is shining example of our community spirit!
The district's phone service has been restored. Thank you for your patience.
The phone lines for Tipp City Schools are not working. The district cannot place or receive outside calls. Frontier is working to restore service.
Approximately 135 guests enjoyed breakfast with Santa thanks to the Tippecanoe High School Business Professionals of American! Children received an early gift from Santa, heard carols sung by the THS choir, and worked on crafts. They even had the opportunity to write and hand deliver letters to Santa!
It is official. Have a wonderful winter break and a special holiday season. Students and teachers return on Monday, January 3, 2022! #WEareTIPP
Today Tippecanoe High School homebuilding teacher James Kitchen and two of his students presented the Tipp City Police Department and Tipp City Fire Department with a special holiday gift. Students enrolled in the THS Homebuilding Class handcrafted wooden flags made with 90-year-old reclaimed wood. Tenth grader Emma Hanrahan and her brother 12th grader Collin thanked the police officers and firefighters for their dedication, service, and commitment to the safety of our community. Part of Mr. Kitchen's mission is to encourage his students to always give back. We think he succeeded!
Tipp City Schools completed its safety drill that took place at Tippecanoe Middle School. The drill included the release of chemical fumes in the building. Students and staff evacuated the building. Police, fire, and rescue responded to the drill. Safety is a top priority for our students, staff, and community. Practicing scenarios, such as this, is an important step in ensuring they can react quickly and appropriately in an actual emergency.
At this time, Tipp City Schools is conducting an emergency safety drill as part of our preparedness plan. Local police, fire, and other emergency crews are responding to the incident. The district will provide updates when available. Thank you.
Today Miami County Animal Shelter in Troy presented Tippecanoe Middle School 8th grader Ava Hanrahan with a Certificate of Appreciation for her successful pet supply drive. Because of her leadership, strong organization skills, and the generosity of our community, she collected more than 700 items!! (Her goal was 50 donations.) On behalf of the shelter and commissioners, shelter manager Rob Craft expressed gratitude for Ava's community service project!
WDTN-TV interviewed THS freshman Carson Hughes and his mom(a pastor) to learn about their toy drive for the children of the tornado that leveled the city of Mayfield, Kentucky-their former hometown. New toys can be dropped off at our schools. Ends Thursday. #WEareTIPP