Our mission... to promote excellence in education and encourage classroom innovation by providing grants in academics and the arts to teachers in the public schools in Tippecanoe County.
April Shout Outs!

April Shout Outs!

Listen to our radio spots highlighting awesome teachers. Thanks Artistic Media and Bob Rohrman Subaru for helping us share the good news from our public schools.
Cupcake Run for Public Education

Cupcake Run for Public Education

Love cupcakes? Love our public schools? Love to enjoy the outdoors? Then we've got the thing for you! It’s the sweetest run you’ve ever done! You’ll have a great time for a great cause: raising money for our community schools.
Celebrating PSFTC and 30 Years of Giving - WLSC

Celebrating PSFTC and 30 Years of Giving – WLSC

~ Dr. Rocky Killion, WLCSC Superintendent
Celebrating PSFTC and 30 Years of Giving - LSC

Celebrating PSFTC and 30 Years of Giving – LSC

~ Mr. Les Huddle, LSC Superintendent
Celebrating PSFTC and 30 Years of Giving - TSC

Celebrating PSFTC and 30 Years of Giving – TSC

~ Dr. Scott Hanback, TSC Superintendent

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

PrintJoin us for our first annual Cupcake Run/Walk for Public Education on Sunday, September 25, 2016. Enjoy a beautiful fall morning in Tippecanoe County, get a Gigi’s cupcake, and support public education all at the same time!  There will be a distance for everyone: 10K, 5K, and even a fun 80 yard run for the kids.  gigiscupcakeslogo4Everyone gets a cupcake, a medal and a t-shirt!

For those running the Purdue Half Marathon on October 22nd, this will provide you with a great opportunity for a training run. Our course starts and ends at Cumberland Park in West Lafayette.  We’ll follow the NW Greenway Trail and wind our way through the Purdue Research Park.  The 10K route will repeat the 5K loop.  Click here for a course map  We’re excited to partner with Fun Races for our event. They bring a wealth of experience to the table.

Runners/walkers of all types are welcome!  With three distances available, there really is something for everyone.  Walk with your family and enjoy the scenery, run with a friend and race to the end, challenge yourself for a personal best, or just come to cheer on the participants.  Cheer squads are always a welcome sight on a race course!  Strollers are welcome, but please no dogs.

Prizes for top three male and female winners PLUS prizes for top teacher finishers AND a traveling trophy for the school that registers the most participants. Be sure to indicate your school when signing up!

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

Watch this page for additional information as we get closer to the race date.  Any questions? Contact us!

 

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to the fall grant recipients who were recognized at a grant reception on December 8th. We can’t wait to see these projects in action.

  • Dr. Matt Carlson, Harrison High School – Find Your Center
  • Dr. BeAnn Younker, Battle Ground Middle School – Kindness Through a Kindergartener’s Kaleidoscope
  • Teresa Scheel, New Community School – Cre8tive and Integr8ted Stories 4mulated by our Stud10ts
  • Michelle Sanson, Wea Ridge Middle School – Economics Suits Us to a “Tee”
  • Katie Dodds, Happy Hollow Elementary – Seeing is Believing: Handheld Microscopes
  • Brock Davis, Wea Ridge Elementary – Reading Reviews and Coming Attractions
What makes the Public Schools Foundation of Tippecanoe County so special?

Our Mission

To promote excellence in education and encourage classroom innovation by providing grants in academics and the arts to teachers in the public schools in Tippecanoe County.

We Believe:

  • in a quality education for every student.
  • that by providing resources that create opportunities for innovative classroom programs and valuable student and teacher experiences, we can improve the quality of life for all constituents in Tippecanoe County.
  • cooperation and collaboration among the public school corporations is critical to maximizing the use of our resources and facilities and in offering quality educational experiences to all students.