Tuttle High School Band!!!
Congratulations to the Tuttle High School Band for earning a Superior rating at regional marching contest in Lawto, Oklahoma. This is the highest score the state of Oklahoma offers High School marching bands and the first step in the Band Sweepstakes Award. The Sweepstakes Award measures the quality of the total band program in Marching Band and Concert Band. A band is required to earn a Superior in each category throughout the year to receive the Band Sweepstakes Award. It has been many years since a Tuttle Band has received any of these awards. So, after many hot, summer practices and early morning wakeups, congratulations to the Tuttle Band students, Seth Boothby, and Steve Sharp for their hard work, dedication, and accomplishments!
View Part I of their performance here.
View Part II of their performance here.
Tuttle Intermediate Music Students
Congratulations to these Tuttle Intermediate students for being accepted into the 2015 Circle the State with Song Honor Choir! Circle the State with Song (CTSWS) is Oklahoma’s best and largest children’s music festival. The 77 counties of Oklahoma are divided into 19 regions and Tuttle’s regional CTSWS event will be in Norman on January 31, 2015, and includes all schools in Cleveland, Grady, and McClain counties.
Mattalyn Bell, Emma Boothby, Rayleigh Fisher, Kennedy Skaggs, Cassie Tomkins, Alexis Brazil, Jordan Burkhart, Kendal Harvey, Madalyn Heathco, Meagan Lambrecht, Kyndal Meadows, Gracie Rhea, Eden Bradley, Kate Dickson, Brennan Hibdon Addilyn Lingle, Joie Pearson, Alexis Turner, Storie Driver, Emma Johnson, Garrett Robinson, Hailey Sanders, Carson Smith, Thomas Young, Alexia Pottberg, Kelsie Koeltzow, Tyler Alshoff, Tyler Benton
USDE Message Regarding Public Health Concerns
A message from the U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, was distributed to superintendents yesterday. As you are likely aware, the United States has been experiencing a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68) associated with severe respiratory illness that has been especially harmful to children. At the same time, you and your communities may also have questions about the Ebola virus. To address both public health concerns, the U.S. Department of Education and our federal health partners have a number of informational resources to share with you. Please see the full message in the right sidebar under District News.
Title VII Native American After School Program
Coming to the Middle School!
Who: 6th grade and Up
What: Any Subject
When: Wednesdays After School
beginning Wed, Oct.22
Where: Room 20 - Mrs. Journeycake
WenGage & PayPal are Ready!
Keystone has been providing wonderful meals for our students, and now, parents have the availability to pay lunchroom accounts through WenGage via PayPal! You can view procedures here, but you will need to check that all of your children are listed and accessible with your log in on WenGage. Tuttle Schools has made a considerable effort to link each of your children to a common log in, regardless of the building they attend. If you do not have all of your children listed at the log in, please fill out this form. We are working very hard to get everyone linked to their children. If you have any questions, please do not hestitate to call Jeff DeWitt at 405-381-2605.