Mardi Gras Bonanza Raises Spirits in Tulsa
The Mardi Gras Bonanza National Cheerleading Competition will be held at the Spirit Bank Event Center in Bixby March 27.
The recent Tulsa Public Schools Spirit Competition also brought together various squads in preparation for this event.
Youth Philanthropy Initiative Discusses Media
The Youth Philanthropy Initiative, established in 2004 by Lynn Schusterman, provides an opportunity for Tulsa teens to become philanthropists and create positive changes within their communities. Members of the program worked together to bring a new topic to the Seed Sower’s Series this month, which has been held at the University of Oklahoma’s Tulsa campus.
Mayor Bartlett to Speak at OSU-Tulsa’s Graduation Ceremony
City of Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett Jr. will serve as the keynote speaker for Oklahoma State University-Tulsa’s graduation ceremony on Monday, May 10, at 7 p.m. in The Pavilion at Expo Square.
OSU-Tulsa Students Get Creative
Students from Oklahoma State University-Tulsa’s Creative Marketing course are using social media to rally support in an online creativity tournament and creating videos for a second competition whose winners will be featured at a Tulsa Drillers game during opening weekend at ONEOK Field.
TPS Superintendent Delivers Bonus Checks to Seven Schools
TULSA, Okla, – Dr. Keith Ballard, the superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools, delivered bonus checks ranging from
$500 to $3,000 to certified staff at seven schools Friday morning – just in time for spring break.
AAA Checks Given at Tulsa Area Schools
TULSA, Okla. – Toting a stack of checks Dr. Keith Ballard, superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools, brightened the day for certified teachers, delivering Academic Achievement Awards to seven schools. The awards are based on Academic Performance Index () scores. incentives are awarded to schools that earn perfect scores.
Early Childhood Enrollment Begins at TPS
TulsA, Okla. – It’s early childhood enrollment time, a chance for mom and dad to get a head start on their child’s education. Parents are encouraged to enroll their children in pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs on April 6-8, 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
First Annual ‘Art on the Hill’ to be held April 23-24 at RSU
Claremore, Okla. – The First Annual Art on the Hill, an invitational art festival featuring work by artists from across Northeast Oklahoma, will be held April 23-24 at Rogers State University.
AWC hosts 3rd Annual Social Media Workshop
Learn the dynamics of social media and how to implement a personal touch to your everyday networks at the Association for Women in Communication’s 3rd annual Social Media Workshop
Registration Opens for Next Generation of Solar Success
North America’s Largest Professional Solar Training & Business Development Event
OSUIT Graduates First SAWTA Certified Watchmakers
The new Rolex-sponsored watchmaker training program pioneered at Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology is underway, with industry representatives citing excellent results.
CAP Accepting Applications for the 2010 – 2011 School Year
Community Action Project’s Early Childhood Education Programs bring together the best early education and family services available at little or no cost – helping parents prepare their children for success in school, and beyond.
Boevers Principal Named Regional Administrator of the Year
Sherri Fair, principal of Boevers Elementary School, 3433 S. 133rd E. Ave., has been named an Oklahoma Association of Elementary School Principal (OAESP) District Administrator of the Year. Fair is one of only 11 elementary principals in the state to be recognized and is now eligible for the next level of competition.
2003 Union Grad Wins Opera Audition
Stephanie Washington, a 2003 Union High School graduate, won the Metropolitan Opera National Council Mid-West Region Auditions in Saint Louis, Mo. Washington will now compete in semi-finals and grand finals in March in New York City.
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