Tippecanoe School Corporation
Bylaws & Policies


Education is a continuous process throughout life and the Corporation will cooperate with other community agencies in providing educational, cultural, and recreational opportunities for all of its citizens. The school, in this setting, becomes a community service available for all citizens through the community and/or adult program.

Corporation, community, and adult education programs should be coordinated with other educational programs in the community to enhance the educational offerings, minimize duplication of efforts, and achieve the greatest fiscal efficiency.

With regard to community education, the Board may provide programs in the evening and/or day for the purpose of meeting the avocational and cultural interests of the community as well as the vocational/technical training and retraining needs of local workers.

With regard to adult education, the Board also shall provide basic educational programs as an opportunity to complete the requirements for a high school diploma or a General Educational Development diploma.

The Superintendent shall develop and implement administrative guidelines whereby the schools are available to citizens of the community for the above-stated purposes.

I.C. 20-30-6-1,3
511 IAC 11-1-1 et seq., 511 IAC 4-5