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Teacher Finalists Announced

Tulsa Public Schools has announced its five finalists for the district’s 2014 Teacher of the Year award. The winner will be announced at the annual employee banquet on May 1.

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Hoover Elementary Students Celebrate Chinese New Year

THE YEAR OF THE HORSE: On Jan. 31, in celebration of the Chinese New Year, Hoover Elementary students parade through the hallways carrying noisemakers and art projects. The parade also celebrates the school’s relationship with Renhe Jie School in Chongqing, China.

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Honoring Veterans

DOWNTOWN PARADE: Tulsa Public Schools’ Central High School Marching Band marched in the Veterans Day Parade Nov. 11. Many Tulsa Public Schools participated in the parade as well as the Union and Bixby school districts.

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TPS Accepting Transfer Applications

Tulsa Public Schools is now accepting applications for 2014-15 lottery, academic and interest transfers.

Transfer applications can be picked up in the accountability office at the Education Service Center, 3027 S. New Haven Ave., or downloaded at, under “Enroll or Transfer Your Child” under the “Parents” tab.

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Tulsa Schools Teacher of the Year Knows His Impact


All it takes is one moment for a teacher to deeply impact his/her students and quite possibly start them down a lifelong career path. That’s Kevin Pearson’s opinion of the impact of a caring educator.

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Teacher Helps Students Amid Tragedy


Marshall Elementary’s Teacher of the Year Ella Smart knows that her students need a lot of love. And when they feel loved, they are not hesitant to return it.

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TPS Expands College High

Tulsa Public Schools and Tulsa Community College recently announced plans for a $250,000 renovation at Will Rogers College High that will convert the second floor of a two-story classroom annex into a small TCC campus, with lecture halls and common study areas.

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Hale Teacher Aims to Reach Students


After tutoring students in need, such as those in foster care or dealing with divorce, Justin Brady realized something.

“I have a bit of a hero complex,” Brady says. “I want to rescue people and help them. I want to impact children in a positive way.”

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Board Members Retain Seats

Wilbert E. Collins Sr. was appointed to the Board of Education in July 2012 to fill a vacancy.

He is running unopposed to maintain his seat.

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