Have a look at the student experience at Sequoyah Elementary School.
We recently received notice that SchoolWay will be retired as of July 1, 2019, so our schools will no longer be able to use it. Because of this, we are transitioning to SchoolMessenger.
The North Tulsa Task Force will present their recommendation for the McLain feeder pattern to the Board of Education.
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.”
Tulsa Public Schools invites all Tulsans to share their nominations for Teacher of the Year and Support Employee of the Year.
"Leave it all on the field." It's meant to inspire a person or a team to give it their all, do their best and give everything they have. But the saying and the message behind it go far beyond the field when it comes to Tulsa Public Schools athletes.
English language development teachers attend professional development to learn new strategies to teach the students.
More than 6,600 people filled out our online budget survey and/or attended one of our 11 community meetings to let us know what they valued, and we want to say thank you.
For the next 50 years, Tulsa Public Schools will be part of a lasting mark at Tulsa's Gathering Place park.
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