Tippecanoe Valley High School
Tuesday, March 3rd: Tenderloin Sandwich, or Tater Tot Casserole, Bread/Butter/Jelly, Mixed Veggies, Red Apple Sauce, Milk, Fruit, Juice
Wednesday, March 4th: Pulled Pork or Chicken Noodles, W/PB & J Bar, Mashed Potatoes, Tossed Salad, Fresh Veggies/Dip, Fruit, Juice, Milk
Thursday, March 5th: Corn Dog or Orange Chicken, Muffin, Rice, Oriental Vegetables, Mandarin Oranges, Milk, Juice, Fresh Fruit
Friday, March 6th: Cheesy Bread w/Tomato Soup or Chicken Fajitas, Shredded Lettuce and Cheese, Refried Beans, Peas, Pears, Milk, Juice
Vikings of the Week:
Mrs. Mathias, Olivia Yeager, Sydney Ramey, Brice Perkins, Jacob Davis
Parent Teacher Conference will be held on March 10th from 4:00pm-8:00pm. They will be held in the gym. No appointment necessary.
SENIORS MAKE SURE YOU HAVE YOU CAP & GOWN ORDERED. IF YOU NEED INFORMATION ON ORDERINGS PLEASE SEE MRS, LYNCH OR PICK UP A FORM IN THE FRONT OFFICE.
Interested in the FBI ? The FBI’s Youth Leadership Academy is designed to promote an educational experience that will provide students with valuable leadership training and a greater understanding of the FBI. Through experiential learning activities. They will be having summer Youth Leadership Academy at Bradford Woods this Summer which is part of Indiana University. For more information, stop by the front office for a flyer and application.
Please remember that blankets are not allowed in the classroom.
Nominate an outstanding, deserving student or staff for Viking of the week. If chosen, student or staff will get recognition, a certificate and coupon for a free drink at The Mugge.
Here’s the link to the form “Viking of the Week Nomination Form”:
- Sports Passes:
HS Sports Passes are for sale in the Athletic Office. Passes are good for all high school home
athletic events, excluding tournaments.
- Student Pass $45
- Senior Citizen Pass $55
- Adult Pass $75
- Family Pass $200
Tippecanoe Valley hosts a 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.
If you have first-hand knowledge of a potentially harmful situation, please call the TVSC Safe Schools Hotline at (574) 387-3825