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  • Nick Patterson Memorial Fund – Camp Scholarships for Students in K-8

    The Fulton County Community Foundation is pleased to promote athletic camp scholarships for kids. These are made possible through the Nick Patterson Memorial Fund. The scholarships are for Kindergarten through eighth grade male students of Rochester and Tippecanoe Valley schools. Sgt. Nicholas “Nick” James Patterson attended Rochester High School and was a vital part of […]

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  • Tippecanoe Valley Superintendent Brett Boggs Retirement Interview

    AKRON — Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation Superintendent Brett Boggs has announced he will retire at the end of the current school year. The board of trustees officially accepted his retirement school board meeting in January, but Boggs will continue to serve as superintendent through June 30. He is putting an end to a 40-year career […]

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  • Tippecanoe Valley Athletic Sports Physical Night – 2018

    Athletes planning to try out for a Tippecanoe Valley Schools Sports Team in the 2018-2019 school year must have a valid physical form on file (dated after April 1, 2018) at your school to be eligible to play. This is for elementary, middle school and high school athletes. Physicals will take place on Tuesday, May […]

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Upcoming Events

  • March 18

    Yearbook- Orders are due

  • March 30

    NO SCHOOL - Good Friday

  • April 2 - 6

    NO SCHOOL - Spring Break

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Welcome to Mentone Elementary School


Randy Dahms, Principal

The mission statement at Tippecanoe Valley reads, “Tippecanoe Valley School Corporation is committed to student success through the development of character, leadership, and literacy.” My hope is that this year has been a successful one in these areas so far for your children. As a principal, it is always a pleasure to walk through classrooms and see the personal growth in your children.

In my experience, I have found that when you have students who work hard to learn and grow, when you have a talented and committed staff, when you have parents who are active in their children’s lives, and when you have a supportive community your school becomes successful. Parents, thank you for the hard work you put into your children and for your continued support of our school. I hope that you continue to find Mentone Elementary School to be good partners in helping your children develop attributes that will help them to be successful both inside and outside of school.

Randy Dahms, Principal
Mentone Elementary

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Safe School Zone!

Help us create a safer school zone! Report bullying by sending an anonymous report to us. Your reports are confidential and will be acted upon quickly. Thank you for making our schools safer! Click here.

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