Tippecanoe School Corporation


Klondike offers several diverse activities for our students during the school year.  Here are just a few of the things our Nuggets participate in throughout the school year. 

Student Council

Students in fourth and fifth grade are able to represent their class in Student Council. Our Student Council has started a school wide recycling program that collects water bottles and other plastic items used at school. They sponsor several spirit days, such as Team Day and Career Day. Our fund raiser donations go to help Riley Children's Hospital in Indianapolis.

child draw picture of two kids in a wagon

Girls on the Run

Our third, fourth, and fifth grade girls are able to join the Girls on the Run program. The girls meet twice a week for ten weeks. At the end of the program the girls are able to participate in a 5K to help them realize that they can reach their goals.

"The curriculum is taught by certified Girls on the Run coaches and includes three parts: understanding ourselves, valuing relationships and teamwork and understanding how we connect with and shape the world at large." - Girls on the Run

logo for Girls on the Run

Voices of Gold

Voices of Gold is our KES after school choir.  It is open to any 4th or 5th grader without an audition.  They meet one afternoon a week and learn foundations of choral singing and vocal technique.  They learn and perform quality elementary choral literature.  Voices of gold has performed concerts for a local nursing home, KES staff and students, and parents and community members. 

students singing in gymnasium

Circle the State With Song

Klondike also has an audition group of 4th and 5th grade students.  They rehearse after school for part of the year for the Circle the State with Song festival held between February and early March across the state of Indiana.  This is a program by the Indiana Music Education Association and has been around for close to thirty years.  Over 5,000 students across the state participate each year in elementary and junior high/middle school.