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Whereever You Are TTU K-12 Newsletter
January 2020

Letter From the Superintendent

TTU K-12 heads into the new year with a lot going on. Justin Louder relates some of the exciting happenings from late last semester and things to come in 2020 in his superintendent letter.

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Feature Story
World-Class Soccer Player Signs to Play D1 Soccer, Completes High School With TTU K-12

Samantha Meza was able to travel the world playing soccer while finishing her high school requirements through Texas Tech University High School.

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News and Events

TTU K-12 Visits State Department

Cary Sallee, Victoria Qin and Jared Lay giving the guns up sign in front of the TTU K-12 booth at the iNACOL conference in October.
A visit to the nation's capitol could pave the way to online coursework for U.S. citizens living abroad.

OneVoiceHome and TTU K-12 Partner to Help Bring Hope and Healing to Trafficking Victims

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Because of a new partnership, TTU K-12 will be providing educational options to OneVo!ceHome, a non-profit whose mission it is to extend healing, education and restoration to survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking.

Brazil Partnership Events Bring Busy End to 2019

Superintendent Justin Louder appears on Trends & Friends on KLBK.
Among coordinators’ visits, teacher trainings and commencements, activities with our Brazil partners made for a busy semester.
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Staff and Student Spotlights
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NHS Member, Early Graduate Encourages Others to Consider Different Path

Annie Doherty, National Honor Society member and recent Texas Tech University High School graduate, found academic success through TTU K-12. She also found a heart for volunteering.
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Nordic Skier From West Texas Takes His Studies
on the Road

From the hot, dusty plains of West Texas to the snow-packed ski trails of Montana, Hudson Humphreys succeeds with his work ethic and Texas Tech University High School.
Phyllis Clark

Instructor Highlight

Phyllis Clark

Phyllis has spent her career imparting math skills to local students. Now she brings her experience to a global audience.
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