Wherever You Are, the TTU-K12 newsletter, brings you stories of student adventure and staff excellence. 
Whereever You Are TTU K-12 Newsletter
May 2020

Letter from the Superintendent

The spring semester has certainly been out-of-the-ordinary, but TTU K-12 has been unwavering in its support to our students and families. Justin Louder gives us his take in his superintendent letter.

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Feature Story
Pandemic Doesn’t Leave Race Car Driver Spinning
His Wheels

Freshman Landon Ellis is working hard on his studies through TTU K-12, while he’s not able to drive in the sprint car races he loves.

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News and Events

TTU K-12 to Roll Out New Student Information System

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To make processes easier for the TTU K-12 community, look for Focus to be unveiled in late summer.

Texas Tech High School Will Host 2020 Graduates in July

Trey Terry crouches outside on a dirt road while smiling and wearing a light-blue plaid shirt and jeans.
With all the uncertainty of event planning during the COVID-19 pandemic, TTU K-12 is rescheduling its commencement ceremony.

Brazil Partner Welcomes Middle School Students

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TTU K-12 has recently started a middle school program with Liberty Education in Brazil.
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Staff Spotlights

Instructor Spotlight

Travis Jaquess

Travis Jaquess
Lead Social Studies teacher literally wrote the book on world history for TTU K-12.

Staff Spotlight

Veronica Stringer

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Veronica encourages students not to be afraid to take the next step in education.
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