The public will have an opportunity to celebrate the completion of phase two of the project and tour new classrooms and lab space.
TSC teachers received grants to support students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics lessons.
The selection committee made a surprise visit to the classroom of East Tipp engineering and technology teacher Sharita Ware.
A state grant is helping to fund three new public WiFi hotspots in Tippecanoe County.
Second grade students at Mintonye are learning so much in music class each week with Mr. Nicolia. They are learning how to play different instruments and sing. Click on the videos below to watch the classes playing Quaker Quaker. In this song students are learning how to play ostinato patterns, short rhythmic phrases that repeat themselves, on xylophones, triangles, and drums while they sing.
John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed, was an American pioneer nurseryman who introduced apple trees to large parts of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Ontario, as well as the northern counties of present-day West Virginia. To honor John Chapman's legacy, elementary schools including, Mintonye Elementary, host a Johnny Appleseed day every year.
At Mintonye, one of the favorite days for any class is Book Buddy day. Once a week two classes meet up to read books. The class gets into small groups and they read a book together.
Our community recognizes the opportunity to support our local schools and students. Will you join us by being a Read to Succeed Volunteer?
This past Saturday was the 20th year after the tragedy of September 11, 2001. Mrs. Wise's third grade class spent an afternoon learning about the importance of September 11th in our country's history.