The Tippecanoe School Corporation will close Tuesday, November 19. As of November 14, nearly 220 teachers have requested a personal day to attend the Red for Ed Action Day in Indianapolis. The TSC is unable to secure enough substitute teachers to have a safe, productive day of instruction. The school day will be made up on Monday, February 17. Click the story for a message from the superintendent.
Schools celebrate Veterans Day through music, writing activities, art and more.
Educators share their commitment to social and emotional learning with state leaders.
Wyandotte Elementary School teacher Aaron Hamilton received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.
School information and alerts are at your fingertips with the TSC mobile app.
Deputy Beth Kidwell will join the school resource officer team thanks to a partnership with the Tippecanoe County Sheriff's Office and a grant from the Indiana Department of Homeland Security.
Pumpkin math was a great way to spend Halloween at Mintonye Elementary. Mrs. Tilley’s third grade and Ms. Overbay’s kindergarten worked together to investigate pumpkins. The third graders and kindergarteners measured the circumference and counted the ribs in the pumpkin together. The buddies went on to empty out the pumpkin meat and made groups of 10 to 100 with the pumpkin seeds.
Students from Mrs. Wise and Mrs.Tilley's classes participated in a Book Stroll featuring Deborah Heiligman's picture book entitled, The Boy Who Loved Math: The Improbable Life of Paul Erdos. Students were dismayed to learn that this mathematical genius, a man who is renowned worldwide for his abilities, was unable to do many day-to-day tasks.
The kindergarten classes at Mintonye had the privilege to attend the Fire Prevention Show on Wednesday, October 9, 2019. The show is performed by the Lafayette Fire Department and provides crucial safety lessons to children, and entertains them with live music and participation on stage.
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