Linda Tutt High School

Board Report - September 2015 submitted by Dr. Ann Hughes

Kids At Hope Pledges Kick Off 2015 - 2016

In addition to our daily recitation of our Pledges of Allegiance to the US & TX Flags, we have also incorporated the "Kids At Hope," pledge into our daily morning routine. This pledge was introduced to us by our Convocation 2015 Speaker, Dr. Rick Miller, who has done extensive research and work on the power of self affirmation. The pledge we are saying school-wide each morning is: " I am a Kid At Hope. I am talented, smart, and capable of success. I have dreams for the future, and I will climb to reach those goals and dreams every day. All children are capable of success, no exceptions."

5K Running Club Ready to Run

Our 5K Running Club is ready to run again - our goal is to compete in four 5K races this school year. Our first event is the 5K at Six Flags, Arlington on Sunday, September 20. Participants get to run or walk 5K around the park at 7:30AM, then they have to ride 5K in roller coasters to get their medals. Ten staff members and twelve students have signed up to participate in this event.
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Program Enrollment Updates

2015-2016 school year is off to a flying start with 25 CHOICE Program students (capacity is 30 students). Seventeen of these students (68%) came to CHOICE from Sanger HS; Seven (28%) came to CHOICE via Krum HS, while 1 student comes to us from Valley View HS. Seven CHOICE Program students (28%) are fathers or mothers of young children themselves. Eleven CHOICE Program students (44%) are females with fourteen (56%) being males.


The DAEP Program begins the year with 12 enrolled students; 4 are from Ponder HS; 3 are from Pilot Point HS; 2 are from Argyle HS; 1 is from Krum HS; 1 is from Valley View HS and 1 is from SHS (Journey Program). Ten of the 12 currently enrolled DAEP students are male students (83%) with 2 female students in attendance.


The Challenge/Journey/Adaptive Behavior Programs are starting the year out with 30 students; Twenty-five (83%) are male students and five (17%) are female students. Challenge/Journey/Adaptive Behavior Programs have twelve students (40%) in grades 2-6 and 18 students (60%) in grades 7-10. The Challenge/Journey/Adaptive Behavior Programs are serving two students from Argyle; ten students from Sanger; seven students from Aubrey; two students from Pilot Point; six students from Ponder; and three students from Krum.