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

Letter from the Superintendent

November came with the unveiling of an exciting new feature for TTU K-12. Justin Louder explains in his superintendent letter.

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Feature Story
Alumni Enroll Their Kids for eLearning

TTU K-12 is serving a second generation of children; some are the children of students who graduated with us 20 years ago!

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News and Events
Grant Taylor

Senior Earns Full Ride as National Merit Semi-Finalist

Grant Taylor, a senior and recent transfer to Texas Tech University High School, is a National Merit Semi-finalist and has been awarded a full scholarship to Texas Tech University. He is in the running for Finalist, which will be announced sometime around March of next year.

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TTU K-12 Launches New Portal

The launch of the new student information system, Focus, has just completed. Specialists are prepared to address issues, but TTU K-12 has also prepared FAQs to answer common questions.

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TTU K-12 is Expanding its Student Organizations

After adding both NHS and NJHS chapters, TTU K-12 is looking to establish Student Councils for middle and high school students.

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Student Success Rate Higher with Program Improvements

A year after making significant changes to many details of the TTU K-12 program, students are seeing more success than ever.

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Show Your School Pride – Mask Up!

Stay safe while showing your school spirit with a mask from the TTU K-12 collection! Available in elementary, middle, high school and TTU K-12 styles, purchase one or many today!

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Parents and families everywhere are still struggling with what to do about school in the new year.

See all of our TTU K-12 solutions, and share that link with friends who need options!

Staff Spotlights
Kana Walsh

Hawaiian High Schooler Creates Awareness for Others

In the September “Wherever You Are” you met Kana Walsh. Read part two of her story and how she continues to make the world a better place.

Instructor Spotlight

Brett Mosley

Brett Mosley
Despite the challenges of teaching virtually, Brett uses students’ interests to engage them.

Staff Spotlight

Brittany Perez

Brittany Perez
Welcome a new advisor to the community. Read about what she hopes to do in her new role.
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