Re-Registration Preferences
Before completing the online re-registration, Tipp City Schools needs to know a parent’s preference for the delivery of education, whether a child who qualifies for busing will use transportation, and if a child needs an electronic device.

Parents need to select to have their children enrolled in Tipp City Schools for in-person face-to-face learning five days a week OR through a full-time online virtual platform.

Please indicate your choice for EACH child in your household. This decision is for the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year.
Student ID
Child's First Name *
Child's Last Name *
Grade *
Instruction Choice
In-Person Learning
In Person Learning means we’re able to welcome back students into our buildings and resume a somewhat typical school day. This in-person five-days-a-week would involve enhanced cleaning protocols, a degree of physical distancing among students, masks for students and all K-12 staff, adjustments to how students enter and exit buildings, and changes to how we manage transitions between classrooms. If the county conditions worsen, Tipp City Schools will consult with Miami County Public Health officials about moving to Remote Learning for the safety of staff and students.


Full-time online instruction
Students enrolled in a full-time online virtual program will receive instruction from an outside vendor. The online virtual program, will mirror the course offerings and curriculum of Tipp City Schools. Teacher feedback and support will be provided within this platform by the vendor’s instructors. Students remain enrolled as Tipp City Schools students. The district will provide a Tipp City Schools teacher to serve as a Point of Contact. The POC will not provide instruction but will serve as an added level of local support.
Instruction Choice *
Does your child have access to his/her own electronic device to use for school whether you select in-person or virtual? Do NOT consider a phone a device. *
If you qualify for busing, will your child use school transportation? Because of COVID-19 and recommendations from Miami County Public Health, students will be required to wear a mask on the bus and can have only one bus stop. That is, the student has to get on in the morning and dropped off in the afternoon at the same bus stop.
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