Two Sequoyah elementary students won first place in a Fire Safety Art Contest and rode to school in a fire truck!
When one of her student’s pair of shoes completely fell apart, kindergarten teacher assistant Bethany Martin had an idea. “His shoe ripped completely in half and his whole foot was sticking out and I had the idea of how cool it would be if I could get some friends and family help out to supply all 85 kindergarteners with new shoes for Christmas.”
Black Panther comic writer visits Monroe students to share encouraging words and keys too success.
Tulsa Public Schools is making it easier for parents to track students' progress with new report cards for first through fifth graders.
Based on feedback from the community, we have a plan for 2018-2019 federal funds. We want to hear your thoughts on the plan.
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