As Emerson neared the end of its first year as a public Montessori school, they opened their doors for families to explore what it has to offer students. At the open house, teachers shared with prospective parents what makes the program unique, while students worked contentedly to demonstrate Montessori materials.
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.
Tulsa Public Schools would like to welcome its newest Board of Education member, Stacey Woolley! She will be the new representative for District 1.
Mariah Wicks is in her second year of teaching and one of the few teachers at the only public Montessori school in Oklahoma.
We want to make it simple and easy for families to choose - and stay with - Tulsa Public Schools, and we think an improved enrollment system is a step forward.
Our community is essential, and community feedback will be integral to helping us understand the core initiatives, services, and supports they value most. We are asking the community to complete an online survey for their feedback.
From the start of the first bus to the sounds of student dismissal - the first day of school creates feelings of nostalgia and excitement at the same time.
In the fall, students can give feedback that will be used to customize their school menu. The information gathered gives our staff time to make changes and improvements to the menu within six weeks.
The building blocks pre-kindergarten helps develop include social emotional learning, language, literacy, math, physical development, and strong attendance habits.