School Counseling Program
Focused on providing access to all, Tuttle School Counselors work with students to develop their individual academic, social and emotional needs. School counselors place efforts on helping students gain the skills for lifetime learning, decision-making, career readiness, and life skill development to become responsible members of our community and world. This includes a positive and collaborative approach among fellow teachers and staff, caregivers, and the community.
Early Childhood Center (PreK-1st) Elementary School (1st – 3rd) Intermediate School (4th – 5th)
Jordan Williams Kristal Williams Kim Williams
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Middle School Middle School High School (A-L) High School (M-Z)
Millie Ware Lana Barr Jennifer Tucker Connie Traxler
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District Mental Health Services
Tuttle Schools Mental Health team works alongside staff across the district to provide much needed support to all students. Focus is placed on access to care, connecting families and students to resources, supporting behavioral and emotional needs, and reducing barriers that impact the student’s academic success. If you have a student you feel is in need of mental health support, begin by contacting your school counselor.
Amanda Serna, LPC April Price Cynthia Luce
District Mental Health Professional District Social Worker District Counselor
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