TSC students and staff participate in food drives, toy drives and other fundraisers to help families in need in our community. This is a look at some, not all, of the activities involving our schools and community outreach.
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The Tippecanoe County Health Department has informed the TSC that six students have confirmed cases of pertussis (whooping cough).
Teens don't often think about paying bills, buying health insurance or saving for retirement, but they do at the Junior Achievement Finance Park. Wea Ridge Middle School students are among the first to participate in the simulated, interactive program.
Winter in Indiana can include snow, ice and cold temperatures. Here are some reminders to help keep your student bus riders safe.
School Resource Officers promote a safe learning environment through educating and building relationships with students and staff members. Deputies Aaron Gilman and Rob Rush are dedicated to promoting school safety and helping young people learn about personal responsibility.
Schools celebrate veterans with music, speeches, thank you cards and activities.
The TSC will test its alert system on Thursday, November 8 to make sure families are correctly signed up to receive school delays and cancellations.
In light of the students killed and injured at a bus stop in Rochester, the Tippecanoe School Corporation Transportation Department is reminding drivers and students to be diligent and follow safe stop procedures.
As the weather begins to change, make sure you are signed up for TSC cancellations and alerts.
Police officers, firefighters, teachers, student council members and others are greeting students at Wea Ridge Middle School with a handshake, high-five and a hello to start their day.