Band Registration 2018-19

High School Band Registration for the 2018-2019 school year will be on Thursday, May 10th from 6:30pm until 8:30pm and on Saturday, May 12 from 9:00am until Noon. For anybody on the fence about band because we are getting a new director, please come to the Thursday night registration.Matt Skiba, our new director, will be there.
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April 14 - Ford's 4ur School

The Tipton High School Boys Soccer team has been given a great opportunity for a fundraiser with Tipton Ford.  The Ford Drive 4ur School fundraiser is free and easy!  All you have to do is come test drive a brand new Ford in front of Tipton High School on Saturday, April 14 between 10 am and 2 pm.  For every test drive around the “block,” Ford will give the boys soccer team $20.  The more that come, the better!!!   Oh, and the first 100 people to come test drive get a free fountain drink at South Pole.  There is absolutely no pressure to buy, all you have to do is take a little drive! 

Thank you so much from the Boys Soccer team players!
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April 11 - Planetarium Show

Join us on Wednesday, April 11 at 6:00 PM for the Planetarium Show - Greek and Roman Myths and Legends.

Most ancient cultures saw pictures in the stars of the night sky. Observing the heavens, they saw the lion, the bull, and the scorpion in the stars. The constellations as we know them today are undoubtedly very different from those first few. By far, though, we owe the greatest debt to the mythology of the ancient Greeks and Romans.

Mythology, of course, influenced the naming of many objects in the night sky, not just the constellations. The planets all bear names from Roman mythology which reflect
their characteristics.

Come hear and learn about some of these legends and how they have become immortalized in the night sky. Also, learn about their relationship with today’s Zodiac.

To reserve your seat, please register at: https://goo.gl/forms/SGfwPXN3p5oI1Or72 or call the school's office at 675-2147.  Presentations to groups can also be arranged by contacting the school.
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Sat. March 31 - 2nd Blue Moon

Second Blue Moon of 2018 Arrives Saturday; It's the Last One Until 2020

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Mar. 26-30 Spring Break

Tipton Community School Corporation will be on Spring Break the week of March 26-30. We wish everyone a safe and enjoyable break.  See you back on April 2.
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Severe Weather Preparedness Week

March 18-24 is Severe Weather Preparedness Week in Indiana. From the National Weather Service, the goal of Severe Weather Preparedness Week is to better educate people about the hazards of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes and to help everyone be prepared when severe weather occurs.

Tipton schools will join others throughout the state as the NWS conducts a statewide test of communication systems (state-wide tornado drill) on Tuesday, March 20 at 10:15 AM.

Parents are urged to talk with their children about what to do in the event of severe weather while at home.  The NWS has more information in their Preparedness Week brochure.  They also have available a kid's activity booklet that can be downloaded by clicking here.

More information about Indiana's Severe Weather Preparedness Week can be found at the following website: https://www.weather.gov/ind/SvrWxWeek2018
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School Threats

In recent weeks, there have been a number of threats made towards schools - in Tipton and throughout the state of Indiana. When caught, those individuals making the threats face arrest with a level 6 felony charge of intimidation. In response, TCSC has issued the following statement on threats towards schools.

Tipton Community School Corporation has no tolerance for behaviors or statements of a threatening nature in our schools or directed to the school and/or its students and staff.

Our schools have no tolerance for any statements or behaviors of a threatening nature, any behaviors by individuals that might pose a threat to the well-being of students, staff, and others, and weapon possession. TCSC has an obligation to keep our schools safe and take any threat seriously. All potential safety concerns will be investigated thoroughly with appropriate actions taken, up to and including school discipline and criminal justice intervention. This is not an area for practical jokes or offhanded comments. Events in recent years have demonstrated the importance of investigating thoroughly any potential safety concerns.  Parents are urged to talk with their children about the severity and consequences of making threats.

TCSC would like your help in keeping our schools safe for everyone. We ask for your assistance to identify any situations where a student, staff member, or any other person might present a threat to school safety. If you become aware of a threat situation, you must report it to one of the following:

  1. a school administrator;
  2. the Tipton City Police – 675-2152
  3. the Tipton County Sheriff’s Department – 675-2111; or
  4. the corporation’s anonymous tip line https://asp.schoolmessenger.com/Tipton/quicktip
Approved by the TCSC School Board on March 13, 2018

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Kindergarten Registration/Roundup 2018 -­ 2019


Kindergarten Registration 2018-2019

Tipton Elementary School will be holding Kindergarten Registration night on Tuesday, April 10th from 4 to 7 PM. This is an open enrollment time for parents to register their incoming kindergarten student. Parents will sign their child up for a roundup appointment to come in and work with our teachers in June. During your child’s appointment in June, the kindergarten teachers will be working with incoming students to assess where their skills are at the time.

As a reminder, your child needs to be 5 years of age by August 1, 2018 to be able to attend kindergarten.

At registration we need your child’s original birth certificate, shot records, any special education needs, speech testing documents, and any court documents.

Any questions please call the school and speak to Mrs. Mraz. (675-7397 ext. 400)

kindergarten 2018.pdf

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School Walkout

As you may be aware, after the school shooting in Fla, groups have been calling for nationwide student “walkouts.” These are suggested to happen in the next couple months. The first date is this coming Wednesday, which is one month after the shootings in Fla. Another is March 24th and the other is April 20th, which is the anniversary of the Columbine shootings. We want to give our students the opportunity to participate in one of these activities, if they so desire. Therefore, we will set aside this Wed. Mar. 14 for that observance. We will make an announcement on that date to dismiss students, to a designated area. We will allot 20 minutes for the “walkout.” This will give students a couple minutes to exit and re-enter the building and still observe the 17 minutes in remembrance of the 17 students who lost their lives in the most recent shooting. If they choose not to participate, they simply stay in class. This time will be given as study/reading time. Mr. Stillson and Mr. Rushton will be outside, and the police will be in the general area to make sure students are safe. This is the only time we will excuse them from the building to observe a “walkout” type activity. If they leave the school or grounds on any other dates, they would be subject to disciplinary action. The goal of this activity is to allow students the opportunity to use their voice in a positive and productive manner.
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Kindness at THS

Recently students in an English class took it upon themselves to put post-it notes with positive messages on all of the student lockers.  This was unprompted and shows the caring type of students we have here.  Thank you students for showing everyone it is ok to be kind.
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School Safety

Yesterday (February 14) there was an act of senseless and tragic violence at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Our heartfelt sympathy and condolences go out to all of those affected.

Tipton Community School Corporation assure you that we work closely with our local first responders to ensure the safety of all those in the Tipton school community. We make the safety of our students, employees, and visitors a top priority. We are continually learning and monitoring to strengthen our safety plans.

It is important for all of us to work together as a community to maintain a safe environment.
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May 26 - Graduation

Tipton High School's Graduation for the Class of 2018 has been set for Saturday, May 26, at 2:00 PM.
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Make Up Days

So far Tipton Community School Corporation has two missed days that will need to be made up.  As indicated on the school calendar, February 19 (Presidents' Day) is a Flex Day.  School will now be in session on that day.  The other day will be added to the end of the calendar.  Students last day of school will now be May 23.
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Tipton Athletes are the Best

Congratulations to the Lady Blue Devils Basketball Team on their Sectional Championship this past Saturday. They will play the second game (around noon) at the Eastern Howard Regional this Saturday, February 10.

We can take pride in this team not only on winning games but how they play their games, as do all Tipton athletes. One of the officials for Saturday's game posted the following report with IHSSA:

"I wanted to commend the players and coaches from both Eastern (Greentown) and Tipton High Schools. In the Sectional final ALL of the players exhibited excellent sportsmanship. They helped their opponents up from the floor when one went down. I also noted short, brief conversations of apology if there were an accident bump as well as smiles at one another during the course of the game. The coaches should also be recognized as they both represented their respective schools and themselves as professionals. If they had a question, it was asked in a respectful manner. The dialogue between the coaches and my crew was refreshing. These gentlemen coached hard and exhibited good sportsmanship. My sincere thanks to both teams."

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School Counselor Week

Tipton Community School Corporation is fortunate to have outstanding School Counselors in our schools.  During National School Counselors' Week, we especially want to commend and to thank them for the services they provide to our schools and our students.

Tipton High School
Mr. Matt Wood  
Mrs. Christine Nichols

Tipton Middle School
Mrs. Lynn Calloway
Mrs. Gena Schultz

Tipton Elementary School
Mr. Ben Friedle
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TMS Choir Earns GOLD

Congratulations to the Tipton Middle School Choir students who performed in the annual ISSMA Solo and Ensemble Festival at Kokomo High School on Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018.  They performed individually and in small groups, earning 9 gold awards.
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Chicken Noodle Dinner February 9, 2018

Plan to join us for the Annual Chicken Noodle Dinner on Friday, February 9, 2018 from 4-7 PM.  Proceeds benefit THS Football Team!
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Block 4 Scheduling Meeting Update

On Monday, January 22, a meeting was held at Tipton High School to share information about the high school schedule.  The purpose of the meeting was to share with parents the pros and cons of using a Block 4 schedule and how it compares with a more traditional schedule.  

THS currently is using a schedule known as the Block 4 schedule.  Many other area schools use a 7-period traditional schedule.  THS has been using the Block 4 for the past 20 years. There are many who feel the Block 4 schedule is being used successfully at THS; there are others who think a more traditional schedule would be more favorable.

For those who could not attend, the PowerPoint presentation is provided along with a brief summary of some of the pros and cons around the Block 4 schedule currently used at THS.

A survey will be distributed later in January to get the opinions of parents, staff, and students on the issue of the school’s schedule. A link to the survey (using a Google Form) will be sent by email through School Messenger.   THIS SURVEY WILL CLOSE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31.

Pros and Cons of a Block 4 Schedule vs Traditional or Other Schedules.pdf
Presentation Block Scheduling
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Informational Meeting, January 22, 2018

Informational Meeting on Tipton High School’s Schedule


Tipton High School will hold an informational meeting for parents on the topic of the Tipton High School’s schedule.  This meeting will take place on Monday, January 15.  It will begin at 6:00 PM in the THS Cafeteria. 

The purpose of the meeting is to share with parents the pros and cons of using a Block 4 schedule and how it compares with a more traditional schedule.  THS currently is using a schedule known as the Block 4 schedule.  Many other area schools use a 7-period traditional schedule.  THS has been using the Block 4 for the past 20 years. 

There are many who feel the Block 4 schedule is being used successfully at THS; there are others who think a more traditional schedule would be more favorable.  The meeting will be an open discussion on this issue. 

A survey will be distributed later in January to get the opinions of parents, staff and students on the issue of the school’s schedule.  Hopefully, parents will attend this meeting to become more informed of the issue before the survey is distributed.
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School Delays and Closing Guidelines

We have begun the second semester of the school year with winter weather in full force.  As we all know, Indiana weather can be very unpredictable.  During the next couple of months, you will be hearing of school delays or closings and may how those decisions are made. It is rarely an easy decision and one that involves talking with a number of local agencies. TCSC has developed guidelines to refer to when making decisions about school delays and cancelations. {School Delay and Closing Guidelines}

The best way for parents to keep informed about school closing and delays is to make sure your information is up-to-date in the school’s Harmony system.  The automated calling system, School Messenger,  uses this information to contact you by phone, email, and/or text.  You can also get the most up-to-date information on Twitter (@TiptonSuperin, @TiptonSchools), Facebook, Tipton Community School Corporation’s website, or any of the local media outlets. Decisions are made as early as possible and usually before 6:00 a.m.

With our transportation routes and bus stops, it will be very important to make sure our children have warm coats, gloves, hats, and scarves as they walk to and from the bus stop and while they wait for their bus. Inclement weather will most assuredly result in our buses being delayed by drivers navigating wet, snowy, slushy, or icy roadways. If you have sidewalks in your neighborhood, please encourage your neighbors to keep their walks cleared of snow and ice during these winter months. In addition, please remind your children that while they may see vehicles approaching, the drivers may not see them. Being aware of their surroundings is even more important when the weather is poor.

Finally, we would like to have your children in school every day that we are in session. However, we will always respect your decision as a parent when it comes to the safety of your child(ren). Together, we will continue to provide great opportunities for our children and prepare them for their future successes.
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THS Contact Info

Tipton High School
619 South Main Street
Tipton, IN 46072

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Phone: 765-675-7431
Fax: (765) 675-9519

Joe Rushton, Principal
Richard Stillson, Asst. Principal

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