General Information

CAMPUS GOALS

It is the purpose of Truitt Middle School to provide students with an educational program which will allow them to develop to their full potential intellectually, academically, physically, emotionally, and socially in order to be responsible citizens and contributing members of society in the world of work and future academic pursuits.


CURRICULUM - MIDDLE SCHOOL

6TH GRADE

Requirements

  • Reading
  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • World Cultures
  • Physical Education/Health

Electives

Band, Orchestra, Choir 6, Theatre Arts 6, or a 3-part rotation of Art, Music, Theatre Arts/Speech

7TH GRADE

Requirements

  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Texas History
  • Physical Education/Athletics

Electives

Art Design, Art, Advanced Art,  Band, Orchestra, Choir, Beginning Theatre Arts, Intermediate Theatre Arts, Professional Communications*, Intermediate Communication Applications*, Reading, Spanish IA*, Spanish I*, Spanish for Native Speakers II/IIIK*, French IA*, French I*, Teen Leadership, Yearbook, Newspaper, Touch System Data Entry*, Career Portals: Family & Consumer Sciences, Exploring Foods and Fabrics, Concepts of Engineering & Technology*, and Principles of Manufacturing*

8TH GRADE

Requirements

  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics (either 8th-grade math or Algebra I*)
  • Science
  • U.S. History
  • Physical Education/Athletics

Electives

Art Design, Art, Advanced Art,  Art I*, Band, Orchestra, Choir, Beginning Theatre Arts, Intermediate Theatre Arts, Advanced Theatre Arts, Professional Communications*, Intermediate Communication Applications*, Advanced Speech, Reading, Spanish IB*, Spanish I*, Spanish II*, Spanish for Native Speakers II/IIIK*, Spanish for Native Speakers IVAP*, French IB*, French I*, French II*, Technology Education, Introduction to Web Mastering, Introduction to Computer Science, Teen Leadership, Yearbook, Newspaper, Touch System Data Entry*, Business Information Management I*, Principles of Human Services and Hospitality/Tourism*, Career Portals: Family & Consumer Sciences, Exploring Foods and Fabrics, Concepts of Engineering & Technology*, and Principles of Manufacturing*

High School credit will be awarded for the courses indicated.  Students must qualify before enrolling.

ENROLLMENT

1301 students as of September 15, 2018

DEMOGRAPHICS

(as indicated in the 2018 - 19 AEIS Report)

AFRICAN AMERICAN - 14.8%
HISPANIC - 65.6%
WHITE - 8.8%
NATIVE AMERICAN - 0.4%
ASIAN - 8.3%
PACIFIC ISLANDER - 0.0%
TWO OR MORE RACES - 2.2%
ECONOMICALLY DISADVANTAGED - 74.3%

 

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