Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

Where Excellence is a Tradition


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  • Tipp City Schools is actively developing a comprehensive plan that best serves our students and staff with the support of our community. Learn more about the planning process, view resources, and get engaged.

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  • Remote Learning 2.0 Update

    Tipp City Schools will continue with Remote Learning 2.0 for Grades 6 to 12 until the holiday break.  Again, remote learning is for Tippecanoe Middle School and Tippecanoe High School ONLY.  We continue to see new COVID cases and anticipate continued high absenteeism in these buildings because of quarantine requirements.   We hope to return to in-person learning on Monday, January 4th.  Our administrative team will make a final decision on the educational platform Tuesday, December 29th.    Options include:   staying with remote learning, adding additional grade levels to remote learning, or returning to in-person learning for all students.   If you have any questions, please contact the board office or your child’s building principal. 


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  • Grab and Go Lunch Option for TMS and THS Remote Learning 2.0 Students

    Tipp City Schools offers a Grab and Go lunch packet for all Tippecanoe Middle School and Tippecanoe High School Remote Learning 2.0 students.  In order to prepare the correct number of lunches, it is important that parents complete the lunch kit form Remote Learning 2.0 Lunch Form.  If you ALREADY completed the form, it is not necessary to do it again.  This is a one-time registration process and must be completed by NOON on Friday.   Lunch kits need to be picked up at your child’s school each Monday when the district is in session. The lunch kit will include enough food for lunches on school days for the week.  In the event a snow day falls on a Monday, pick-up will be available on Tuesday. Pickup times are:

    Tippecanoe Middle School - 11:30 @ Side Entrance Near Bus Garage   

    Tippecanoe High School - 12:00 @ Front Athletic Entrance

    If you have questions or would like to be REMOVED from the list please contact:

    Tippecanoe Middle School Kitchen Manager

     Margaret Dorn (937) 669-6349, MDorn@tippcity.k12.oh.us

    Tippecanoe High School Kitchen Manager:

    Julie Kihm (937) 669-6370, JEKihm@tippcity.k12.oh.us

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  • COVID-19 District Data

    Please click on this link for COVID-19 reported district data.

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  • Updated COVID-19 Information

    After receiving new guidance from Miami County Public Health on staff and student illness, the district updated its Responsible Restart plan and created a chart that summarizes when to stay home and when to come to school.  Thank you for your help in keeping our schools a safe place for our students!

    Tipp City Schools COVID-19 Screening

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    Are you trying to decide which instructional model, In-Person or Full-Time Online, is best for your children and family? Here are some of the frequently asked questions.  If you still need more information, just let us know! 



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  • 2020-2021 Responsible Restart 

    Tipp City Schools is providing this document to help you learn more about the 2020-2021 school year and the work we are doing to keep children and staff safe while providing students with quality education. Updated, September 28, 2020.

    Tipp City Schools Responsible Restart Plan Update


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  • Responsible Restart Task Force

    Staff work groups met to address several areas of school operations. A document of questions was developed using guidance from the Ohio Department of Education and staff input. You can access our Responsible Restart Guiding Questions here. Please note this is a guideline for the task force work groups to use in recommending protocols for the Responsible Restart.  This is not intended as an FAQ.   

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Superintendent's Welcome


     Welcome to Tipp City Exempted Village Schools

    Where Excellence is a Tradition

    Welcome 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.

    Mark Stefanik

    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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    BoardDocs is a web-based policy, document library, and meeting tool for paperless governance.  It allows paperless workflows for agenda development by the school district, a full library of current school board policies and guidelines, as well as a growing collection of historical school board documents including past minutes, financial reports, and committee reports in the library. Click on the button below to explore BoardDocs.

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    You can view past meeting agendas, minutes, and videos for School Board meetings held prior to 2018, by selecting a link below:

    Board Meeting Agendas (2017 and Prior)
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  • Submit a Tip to SafeSchools Alert "Submit a Tip" to Tipp City Schools

    Tipp City Schools is now using SafeSchools Alert, a tip reporting service that allows students, staff, and parents to submit safety concerns to our administration by web, email, phone or text.  Report bullying, safety issues, a general tip or just send some kudos for a staff or student member for a job well done.  Together, using SafeSchools Alert, we can make our district a safer place to work and learn! Learn more..
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