TUTTLE CHEER INFORMATION
There will be a mandatory meeting for any student in grades 6th-11th interested in trying out for Tuttle Cheer for the 24-25 school. Two meeting dates are available: February 11th at 2:00 pm or 19th at 6:00 pm. Please fill out this form to sign up and to indicate which meeting date you will attend.
TUTTLE POM INFORMATION
Tuttle Middle School Yearbooks are on sale now until March 31!
The cost of the book is $35.
Save the photo attached to this message, press and hold the QR code and it should take you directly to the Herff Jones Yearbook order site, or follow this link. The Job Number for the Middle School is: 12814.
Please note, this is ONLY for the Middle School book. If you need to order a book for a different school you will need to enter that school's job number which will go out in a separate message.
If you have any questions, please reach out to Aspen Conn: email@example.com.
Tuttle Public Schools
2023-2024 School Supply List
***update to 8th grade math supply list*** need 1.5” binder NOT 1/2"
(current 8th grade students)
Tuttle Middle School Attendance Policy
Our goal this year is to ensure that every student attends school regularly.
At Tuttle Middle School a student may not miss more than 8 days per semester, per class period, in order to receive credit. A semester is two quarters of instruction. Two semesters are equal to one full year of study. The school year is divided into two semesters. The Fall Semester starts in August and ends in December. The Spring Semester starts in January and ends in May. If 8 absences are reached in a semester, a student must make up, hour for hour, each absence over eight.
TMS understands that illness occurs. Please submit your student’s doctor's notes within 48 hours. After the 8th absence, the attendance committee will review and assess how to proceed.
Absence Verified (AV) and Absence Not Verified (ANV) count against a student.
What doesn’t count against attendance:
Attendance Intervention Meetings
AIM meetings will be held after a student misses 6 days of school. The district social worker will contact families to schedule this required meeting.
*According to the OKSDE, “Chronic absenteeism is linked to lower academic performance, higher dropout rates and diminished success after high school. A student is considered chronically absent if he or she misses 10 percent or more of school days for any reason – excused or unexcused.”