Teachers Invited to Take the LEAD and Win Cash

OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants announced a call for entries for a lesson plan competition for accounting and business educators at Oklahoma schools.

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2010 Tulsa County School Election Information

(TULSA, Okla.) Polls will open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 9, for voters in the -1 (Tulsa) School District, Election Districts Number 4 and 7 only, -5 (Jenks) School District, Election District Number 5 only, -6 (Collinsville) School District, -8 (Sperry) School District, -9 (Union) School District, and the City of Jenks. Patty Bryant, Secretary of the Tulsa County Election Board, offered voters some tips on how to make their vote count.

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Jenks Schools to Elect Board

(JENKS, Okla.) The Jenks school district is required by law to begin electing by Board Member Election District once their average daily attendance reached 10,000. According to District officials, this number was reached in October of 2009.

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State Farm Enhances TCC

State Farm recently donated $40,000 to enhance classrooms and broadcast production suites at Tulsa Community College’s Center for Creativity.

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TU Offers Mini-MBA Program

Kelsy Lorin Taylor

The University of Tulsa’s Center for Executive and Professional Development will be offering a Mini- program that will begin Feb. 6.

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Centennial Student Wins BAPS Spelling Bee

Centennial Middle School student Christian Jackson is the 2010 Broken Arrow Public Schools District Spelling Bee champion after edging Oliver Middle School student Gracin Criqui in the championship round of the district bee held at Central on Main.

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America’s Choice Outperforms Other Reform Programs in Unprecedented Study

“Students in AC schools grew at a significantly faster rate than students in comparison schools and faster than students in all other schools”

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Elementary School Raises Money for Earthquake Victims

Students at Skelly Elementary School, stunned over televised images depicting the suffering of earthquake-ravaged Haitians, have launched an effort to raise $3,000 for relief efforts.

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Peters students to attend TU’s Revolutionary Days

January 14, 2010 – Twenty-five fifth graders from Peters Elementary School, 2900 W. College, will attend Revolutionary Days at the University of Tulsa February 4, a stimulating day of education activities celebrating a pivotal time in America’s history.

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A Letter from TPS District 4 School Board Candidate, Anna America

As many of you know, I am currently running for the Tulsa School Board. I am running for Seat #4, which is in East Tulsa — roughly north of 31st Street, between Memorial Drive and the east city limits (It includes East Central High School, Lewis & Clark and Foster middle schools, and 11 elementaries).

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TPS Strives to Teach for the Stars

Tulsa Public Schools is offering media training sessions to volunteers.

Teacher training sessions will prepare volunteers to substitute teach in the urban classroom setting. Go through the course to gain deeper insight for your reports about , or to volunteer to make a difference in the lives of Tulsa’s young people. Training includes an hour each of processing, instructional strategies and classroom management.

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TU, OU Unite for Medical Education

University of Tulsa President Steadman Upham and University of Oklahoma President David Boren announced recently their intention to establish a joint four-year community medical education program in Tulsa. The state’s flagship private and public universities are creating the program to help address Oklahoma’s low health status, low health systems performance and physician shortage.

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Jim Britt Hopes Fictional Drama Will Encourage Teens

WASHINGTON— Screenwriter and youth minister Jim Britt hopes his upcoming film and book, “To Save a Life,” will encourage teenagers to reach out to peers who may be battling depression, suicidal thoughts or other problems.

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Millard House Appointed to Oklahoma Education Oversight Board

Millard L. House II, an area superintendent with Tulsa Public Schools, has been appointed to a vacant seat on the Oklahoma Education Oversight Board.

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TU College of Law Recently Honored

The University of Tulsa College of Law has been recognized as one of the nation’s most outstanding law schools, according to The Princeton Review. The New York-based education services company features the school in its just-published 2010 edition of “Best 172 Law Schools.”

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