Tulsa Public Schools will expand its dual language program offerings in the 2020-2021 school year, adding dual language programming at Disney Elementary, expanding dual language programming at Kendall-Whittier Elementary, and launching a multilingual junior high content language pathway at Will Rogers College Junior High.
Google and Tulsa Public School district teams join Dual Language students as they participate in Hour of Code.
The Greenheck group adopts Dual Language as their partner school.
Eleven professionals spoke to students for Career Day. From accounting to construction, photography and nursing, they shared their stories and answered questions from eager students.
Students at Dual Language Academy showed off their computer skills by competing in a world-wide coding event.
Tulsa Public Schools students are invited to apply for the 2020 Kravis Summer Arts Camp. Now in its 19th year, Kravis Summer Arts Camp is a two-week long summer learning opportunity where students explore the arts and stretch their creative skills.
Next week Superintendent Deborah Gist will present to our Board of Education a recommendation to adjust the boundary of Cooper Elementary school to include the Metro Plex Garden Apartments.
On Saturday, Feb. 15, fifty middle school students from across the Tulsa Public Schools district and area charter schools showcased their knowledge of African American history in the 26th annual Robert I. Mayes Sr. Ebony Awareness Bowl.
Seven Tulsa Public Schools students are taking part in Tulsa Term, an immersive educational experience where students learn about the city of Tulsa and work to make the city better.
We want to engage parents in small-group conversations about the services and supports our Native American students need to be successful.
These meetings will be held on Saturday, Feb. 22 (10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m) and Wednesday, Feb 26 6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.) at Wilson Teaching and Learning Academy - 2710 E. 11th St.