The Indiana School Resource Officers Association named Aaron Gilman as the Officer of the Year.
The grant from the Wabash Heartland Innovation Network will enhance internet connectivity in all schools.
The SIA Foundation awarded grants to Mintonye Elementary School, Wea Ridge Middle School and the Greater Lafayette Career Academy.
With the waiver from the federal government ending, the TSC established lunch prices for the new school year, but will use a federal grant to provide school supplies for students K-8.
Community stakeholders converge to engage in support for students and schools.
Former McCutcheon High School coach and teacher Brian Eaton returns to the TSC after five years at Clinton Prairie.
Donations from a book drive help raise awareness of diverse cultures.
Harrison High School has named 15 students at the valedictorians of the Class of 2022.
McCutcheon High School has named 11 students as its valedictorians of the Class of 2022.
The bus driver shortage has impacted the TSC's ability to provide on-time transportation. Changing to a four-tier system will allow schools to operate with a sufficient number of drivers to meet needs.
- TSC has saved over $1.8 million through energy management initiatives, reducing the carbon footprint by 11.588 metric ton
- TSC is the second largest geographic school district in Indiana, encompassing 436 square miles
- TSC employs over 1,600 full time staff
- TSC serves over 656,649 breakfasts and 1,508,244 lunches a year
- TSC has over 6,000 enrollments in CTE courses
- TSC offers a 1 to 1 student-to-computer ratio within its schools
- TSC operates 110 school buses each day to transport students, traveling over 2.1 million miles a year