Tiffin Elementary School
|Mailing Address:||Tiffin Elementary School
145 S BRIDGE ST
Chillicothe, Ohio 45601
|Website:||Tiffin Elementary School|
|Total Number Of Teachers:||13|
|Total Number Of Students:||300|
|Average Class Size:||23|
Title I Eligible School
A Title I school designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of Public Law 103-382.
School-Wide Title I Eligible School
A program in which all the pupils in a school are designated under appropriate state and federal regulations as being eligible for participation in programs authorized by Title I of Public Law 103-382.
Sports/ActivitiesBaseball, Football, Golf, Hockey, Soccer, Swimming, Track And Field, Volleyball, Wrestling, Water Polo
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Chillicothe woman shot at home
A woman was hospitalized yesterday after a man forced his way into her Chillicothe home and shot her, police said.
Woman Shot, Child Uninjured During Chillicothe Home Invasion
Chillicothe police are investigating a shooting that stemmed from a home invasion on Church Street Friday afternoon.
2013-14 AP Southeast All-District boys, girls
The 2013-2014 Associated Press Southeast All-District high school basketball teams, as selected by a media panel from the district, with height, year and regular-season scoring average:
Chillicothe woman shot by intruder
Chillicothe police continued to search this afternoon for a man who reportedly forced his way into a house and shot a woman. The woman, whose name is not being released, was flown to Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center in Columbus in stable condition, Capt. Keith Washburn said.
Nixon brings education message to Chillicothe
Gov. Jay Nixon congratulates students who took part in the Governor's 100 Missouri Miles program Wednesday in Chillicothe. Mr. Nixon touted a potential $278 million boost to education funding during a speech at Chillicothe High School.