Welcome to Isaac Litton Middle School
WHAT CAN YOU DO AT LITTON MIDDLE SCHOOL?
The possibilities are endless!!!
Welcome! My name is Tracy Bruno and I am the principal at Isaac Litton Middle School. I am happy to say that we saw significant academic progress across the board last year! We have the latest wireless technology, iPad carts for each grade level, and netbooks carts for the students to use. We are a LEED certified school meaning we are a “green school.” We have big, bright double pane windows throughout the building, motion sensor lights and plumbing, and climate-controlled classrooms. We installed interactive Smart Boards in the classrooms as well. We are a STEM-themed school. Every nine weeks our students participate in an interdisciplinary research project that betters the world around us. We also have a STEM related arts class. In that class, students interact with a Vanderbilt scientist once a week and focus on a hands-on approach to learning. Our band program features nearly one third of all of our students and they play at athletic events and pep rallies. This year we are starting a community garden. Our students will build, plant, and harvest the crops. The entire community is invited to help out with this endeavor. This year we will also implement a “club” period once a month. Teachers will sponsor nonacademic clubs and students will choose a club to go to each month. Please explore our website, Facebook, and twitter and see all of what Litton has to offer your child.
2013-2014 SUPPLY LIST (printable)
New Shirt Colors for Litton Middle!!!
Common Core Info
Common Core History
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Information You Might Need
1. Directions to Litton Middle School
2. Standard School Attire
3. Supply Lists
4. How to Enroll at Litton
5. Work at Our School
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