Tippecanoe Valley High School
Lunch this week:
Monday June 1: Super Nachos or South West Wrap: carrot sticks & dip, applesauce, milk, & orange juice
Tuesday June 2: Cheeseburger or Quesadilla: refried beans, pears, bread w/ PB & J, milk, & orange juice
Wednesday June 3: Pizza or Philly Steak and Cheese: veggies and dip, peas, pears, milk & orange juice
Thursday June 4: No School- Summer Break Begins (School will resume back on Monday, August 10th)
Sports this week:
Monday June 1
Tuesday June 2
Wednesday June 3
Thursday June 4
Friday June 5
8:00 Golf Sectional at Rozella Ford
Saturday June 6
Adult Education - GED, ESL, and Skills Improvement - TVHS Special Education Department Head Debbie Johnston is the instructor. Questions may be directed to her at
or by calling (574) 353-7031(574) 353-7031 ext 2203.
Interested students are encouraged to come to the class where they begin by taking an assessment to determine their level of performance. An educational plan will then be developed for each participant with the goal of taking and passing the GED test.
Similar adult education classes are also offered in Rochester and Warsaw.
Please share this information with anyone that might be interested in participating.
Congratulations to senior Viking Guard member Megan Howard for being chosen to perform with the Indiana Ambassadors of Music! The Ambassadors is an all-star high school band featuring more than 150 Indiana teenage musicians. They will present six concerts as part of their Sixth Biennial European Music Tour in London, Paris, Switzerland, Austria, and Germany in 2016. The tour will also include visits to Lichtenstein and Venice.
Congratulations to freshman Viking Guard member Jacob McDonald for being chosen to perform in the Purdue 4-H Band on June 22!
Girls basketball will have practice Wednesday from 6-8 in the aux gym and Thursday 5-7 at the Middle School.
FREE breakfast and lunch will be offered at Akron Elementary, Mentone Elementary, and Tippecanoe Valley High School this summer to children 18 years of age and under.
Times: June 4 – July 1st 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Breakfast
Times: June 4 – July 31st 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch
Note: No meals will be served on July 30. No meals served at the high school on June 12, 18, 19, 26 or July 3, 10, 17, 24, 30 & 31.
Any track member who hasn’t turned in their uniform and warm up needs to turn it in by Wednesday, June 3rd or will be charged. Thank You!
There will be a Cross Country Meeting Tuesday, June 9th at 6:00pm in Room 117.
Open field soccer for 9-12 graders will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6PM , starting on Tuesday 6/9.
Those students who are registered for driver ed this summer can pick up the driving schedule in the office or from Mr. Heinold in room 504. If you are still working on the online class then please talk to Mr. Heinold by the end of the day. Those taking the class- it start next Monday at 8:00 am to 10:30 in room 504.
Attention all incoming 6th,7th,8th, and 9th graders: There will be a TVHS Soccer Club Camp June 22-26 from 6:30-8:00pm. Sign-up information is due no later than June 6th. For more information and to pick-up a sign-up sheet, please stop by the Main Office.
Attention! Have you ordered your yearbook yet? Time is running out, there are only 60 books remaining, and the school year is drawing to a close! If you have yet to order your book, now's the time! Books are still on sale for the price of $54, but again, time is limited. Get your order forms in the office and turn them into Mrs. Engle in Room 302!
Open mats for wrestling will be every Thursday evening from 6:00-8:00 pm in Aux. gym.
Make money and earn a Varsity manager’s letter. RTC is still looking to pay a few more students to film next year at sporting and performing arts events, and they are willing to pay! If we don’t have students sign-up, they are going to pay Rochester students to come film here instead. Please see Mr. Parker if interested.
Anyone interested in sending a Smile Gram, they are available in Mr. Walker's room and they are free!
Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. Bush-Garbers have put together a Happy Wall outside my classroom door. This wall is open to anyone to add any pictures, quotes, movie lines, song lyrics, etc. that make you happy. Please feel free to add as many items as to the wall as you would like. This is our way of spreading happiness and sharing smiles with everyone in our building. Please remember to keep it appropriate, Thank you! Happiness is a choice; choose happiness today!
Mentone EMS is sponsoring their 11th Annual Egg City 5K Run/1 Mile walk to be held on June 6th in Downtown Mentone. Registrations are available in the office for the race. More divisions and awards have been added this year.
The 21st Century Scholars Program has developed a series of regionally-based workshops to help current 21st Century Scholar juniors to get a jump start on their senior year of high school. Held on a local college campus, each workshop will provide Scholars with essential information about the 21st Century Scholarship along with tips and resources to help them Jump Start their path toward college and career success. Junior Scholars (class of 2016) and their parents or guardians are strongly encouraged to attend a workshop in their area. Workshop location, dates, and registration information is available on the Guidance Website and My Big Campus.
VIKING OF THE WEEK!!!
Do you know of a TVHS staff member that is hardworking, dedicated, and simply just fabulous? Well, nominate them to be the next Viking of the Week! Nomination forms are in the office beside the nomination box in the mailbox area! Let’s pass the trophy to the next awesome person! It’s a great day to be a Viking!
Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation (TVSC) is pleased to announce its new Safe Schools Hotline, a service that provides a means of reporting incidents or possible threats before they happen, so TVSC can take the steps necessary to prevent them from taking place.
TVSC Safe Schools Hotline is a telephone application (voice or text message) that allows students, parents, and members of the community to report threats of violence, bullying, suicide, theft, gang activity, drug use, vandalism or any other concern at any TVSC school. With this telephone application, when someone calls the number to report a threat or problem, the caller is prompted to leave a message along with any other important information. The message is immediately transmitted via telephone, cell phone and email to the building administrators and the TVSC school resource officer. TVSC has the ability to manage the calls through a web site, where school officials can see and download call reports. A full transcript of the call is transmitted with each email so that the administrator has first-hand knowledge of the call received. A school administrator will evaluate the potential threat level and respond accordingly.
In a world where the unthinkable happens somewhere nearly every day, tools such as the TVSC Safe Schools Hotline are needed to help protect students and staff from a tragedy that no parent, teacher, or school administrator wants to deal with - ever. If you have first-hand knowledge of a potentially harmful situation, please call the TVSC Safe Schools Hotline at (574) 387-3825.
Tippecanoe Valley Seeks Talma High School Memorabilia
The Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation (TVSC) continues a tradition of honoring the high schools that once existed within its current boundaries by seeking memorabilia from Talma High School. A
display case for Talma High School memorabilia has been added to the foyer of the north entry to the Tippecanoe Valley High School Gym where it joins similar display cases for Beaver Dam High School and Burket High School.
Anyone with Talma High School memorabilia to donate for permanent display may do so by dropping the items off at the TVSC Administration Office, 8343 South State Road 19, Akron, Indiana, or by calling 574-353-7741 574-353-7741 for additional information. All items should be accompanied by the name of the individual making the donation.
Public Notice Statement
It is the policy of the Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, or disability, in its programs or employment policies as required by the Indiana Civil Rights Act (I.C. 22-9.1), Title VI and Title VII (Civil Rights Act of 1964), Title IX (Educational Amendments 1972), the Equal Pay Act of 1973, and Section 504 (Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973).
Inquires regarding compliance with Title IX may be directed to the Assistant Superintendent, Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation, 8343 S State Rd 19, Akron, IN - Telephone (574) 353-7741(574) 353-7741; Inquires regarding compliance with Section 504 may be directed to the Director of Special Services, Burket Education Center, 5095 S 700W, Box 8, Burket, IN - Telephone (574) 491-2555(574) 491-2555.
USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.