Tuttle is a city in Grady County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 6,218 in 2012.
Tuttle is a largely agricultural community with a focus on wheat, cotton, corn, alfalfa hay, Bermuda grass hay, and cattle. Nearby Braum’s Dairy, the largest farm in the area, is located just outside the city’s limits and has a market presence spanning several states.
The city serves as a minor bedroom community of Oklahoma City with easy access to Oklahoma City, Norman, even Edmond via the Kilpatrick Turnpike. Tuttle is a growing and progressive city but still embraces the community spirit present in a small rural town.
OETT/OK-ACTS Grant Schools
Tuttle Public Schools is proud to be recipients of the OETT/OK-ACTS Grants:
Tuttle High School - 2006
Tuttle Middle School - 2010
Tuttle Intermediate - 2008
The Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust (OETT) was established in 2001 as a result of an agreement between Oklahoma’s Attorney General Drew Edmondson and AT&T Oklahoma, relating to the company’s transition to a modernized form of regulation. The final regulatory plan was finalized by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and approved by the state legislature. As part of the agreement, AT&T (then Southwestern Bell Communications) contributed $30 million in initial funding to the Trust. From 2002-2012, OETT has funded over $13.5 million to individual schools or districts through competitive grants.
The mission of OETT is to equip Oklahoma common school and CareerTech students with the technology and technological skills necessary to compete in the global marketplace. The Trust provides funds for computer and telecommunications equipment, infrastructure, leadership and professional development to implement and advance integration of technology into classroom instruction.