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Linda Tutt High School at the Hot Chocolate Run

It was a cold day at the Hot Chocolate Run at Fair Park!

Congratulations Michelle Guynes and Neva Banks for your Purple and Gold Award! Pictured with Mr. Ken Scribner, Board President and Dr. Sandra McCoy-Jackson, Superintendent

Congratulations Michelle Guynes and Neva Banks for your Purple and Gold Award!

Wei explaining Smartpen to students

Dr. Wei explaining how the Smartpen can help students work math problems.

student using the smartpen

A student using the Smartpen.

student using the smartpen

Student practicing with the Smartpen.

student using the smartpen

News & Announcements

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Flu Season Is Upon Us

As we are hearing frequently on the news, we are well into the flu season. “The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose, throat, and sometimes the lungs. It can cause mild to severe illness, and at times can lead to death. The best way to prevent the flu is by getting a flu vaccine each year.” For a letter from Sanger ISD, click the headline.
Bad Weather Information

Bad Weather Information Will Be Posted Here

The district may close schools because of bad weather or emergency conditions. When such conditions exist, the Superintendent will make the official decision concerning the closing of the district's facilities.
Students and Staff of LTHS with PD unloading toys

LTHS Students Give Back With Toys For Tots

A team of ten LTHS staff members and 23 students who gave of their time, heart and muscles Friday, December 15. They traveled to Cedar Hill Police Department where 900 boxes containing 50,000 toys for Toys for Tots were being stored on the second floor of the Police Department. These toys were donated by Diamond Wishes Children's Charity. They needed some "bodies" to carry these boxes to a 54 foot FedEx Container so they could be shipped to Santa!! Our crew made light work of these 900 boxes and moved all 900 in one and a half hours. I cannot recall a time I have been so proud of our staff and students.
Bulletin board showing $1000 raised

Together, We Succeed

Our students and staff set a $200 goal to raise money for a family in Houston that was impacted by Hurricane Harvey. We met that goal, and then some. We raised $1000!
Problem Solving in Ms. Sarvis's Class on Day One

SISD Pictures

Staff members have been sending in some amazing pictures of what is going on inside and outside their classrooms. We will continually update the photo albums you can find under the Our District link at the top of district main page.



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