Community-Based Instruction (CBI) at Tuttle starts in our youngest class and continues through our transition class to provide real-life experiences in the community. Through CBIs, students are able to generalize skills taught in school in their natural environment. Our younger classes go on at least two CBIs a month. Students in our transition class go on at least one CBI a week.

Birthday Celebrations CBIs

  • Bowling 
  • Ninja and Gymnastic Gymnasiums
  • Restaurants
  • Trampoline Parks


Other CBIs

  • Arboretums 
  • Donation Centers
  • Grocery Stores
  • Museums
  • Occupational offices such as dentist, postal office, fire station, etc.
  • Office Supply Stores
  • Restaurants
  • Theaters (Main Street)
  • Zoo

Seasonal CBIs 

  • Christmas Target shopping for Toys for Tots
  • Dewberry Farm
  • Livestock and Rodeo
  • Pumpkin Patches
  • Taste of Texas

Extracurricular activities are Tuttle School Traditions. Tuttle students enjoy a variety of extracurricular activities throughout the year. Our extracurricular activities are part of some of the most memorable Tuttle Traditions.

Tuttle School Traditions

  • Art Show
  • Donuts for Dad
  • Field Day
  • Go Texan Day
  • Grandparents Day
  • Holiday Program
  • Holiday Social
  • Muffins for Mom
  • Science Fair
  • Sport Banquet 
  • Spring Program
  • Talent show
  • Thanksgiving Feast