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ABOUT THE DISTRICT • OUR SCHOOLS



Our Schools

Tulsa Public Schools serves approximately 42,000 students in 86 schools. The efforts include approximately 7,000 employees, 88 campuses, 250 school buses and about 173 square miles.

The mission of TPS is to provide quality learning experiences for every student, every day, without exception; and the district believes this mission can be accomplished through five core goals: safety and security; student learning and performance; leadership sustainability; teacher effectiveness and financial sustainability.

District Profile

SCHOOL PROFILES

A school profile is a document we maintain to keep you informed of our progress at each school. It is an annual report to parents and community. The profile is, in part, populated with data and standard information including number of pupils, school type and a summary of the previous year's performance in National Curriculum assessments.

School Profiles 2012-2013
Elementary School Middle School High School
Academy Central Carver Booker T. Washington
Anderson Central JH Central
Bell Clinton East Central
Burroughs East Central JH Edison Preparatory
Carnegie Edison Middle Hale
Celia Clinton Hale JH McLain
Chouteau McLain JH Memorial
Columbus Memorial_JH Rogers
Cooper Monroe MS Webster
Disney Rogers College JH TRAICE HS
Dual Language Immersion Program Thoreau Tulsa MET HS
ECDC Bunche TRAICE MS  
ECDC Porter Tulsa MET MS  
ECDC Reed    
Eisenhower    
Eliot    
Emerson    
Eugene Field    
Gilcrease    
Grimes    
Grissom    
Hamilton    
Hawthorne    
Hoover    
Jackson    
Jones    
Kendall Whittier    
Kerr    
Key    
Lanier    
Lee    
Lewis and Clark    
Lindbergh    
MacArthur    
Mark Twain    
Marshall    
Mayo    
McClure    
McKinley    
Mitchell    
Owen    
Park    
Patrick Henry    
Peary    
Penn    
Remington    
Robertson    
Salk    
Sequoyah    
Skelly    
Springdale    
Whitman    
Wright    
Zarrow    

 

 

Value-Added Reports

What is value-added analysis?

Value-added reporting is a statistical method that measures the impact our schools and teachers have on student achievement from year to year, separate and apart from other factors that influence student success. Using this growth metric, TPS teachers and schools can begin interpreting the impact of their curriculum, instruction, programs and practices on student achievement

Access school Value-Added reports at the TPS Student Progress Portal.

 

 

Oklahoma A-F Report Cards for schools and districts 2012-2013

Oklahoma A-F Report Cards for schools and districts 2011-2012

About A-F School Report Cards: On Oct. 25, 2012, the Oklahoma Board of Education released the first annual A-F grades of every school site and district in the state. Districts were given less than a month to review the data and submit corrections and questions. Additionally, 313 school superintendents across the state spoke out against the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s interpretation of the “overall student growth” measure, as their computation of the average did not include all students. TPS questions whether the intent of the legislature was followed. Since this is the first year of the new system, we do not recommend basing your decision about whether a specific school is the best place for a certain student on these grades alone. The system is sure to undergo some adjustments as it matures and as districts better understand the data being used.

View a video and letter to parents from Dr. Ballard concerning A-F Report Cards

View your school's 2011-2012 A-F report card

 

No Child Left Behind Act Annual Report Card 2010-2011

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (often abbreviated as No Child Left Behind, or in print as NCLB is a United States Act of Congress concerning the education of children.

NCLB was originally proposed by the administration of George W. Bush immediately after taking office. The bill, shepherded through the Senate by Senator Ted Kennedy, one of the bill's co-authors, received overwhelming bipartisan support in Congress. The House of Representatives passed the bill on May 23, 2001 (voting 384-45), and United States Senate passed it on June 14, 2001 (voting 91-8). President Bush signed it into law on January 8, 2002.

NCLB supports standards-based education reform, which is based on the belief that setting high standards and establishing measurable goals can improve individual outcomes in education. The Act requires states to develop assessments in basic skills to be given to all students in certain grades, if those states are to receive federal funding for schools. The Act does not assert a national achievement standard; standards are set by each individual state.

Since enactment, Congress increased federal funding of education, from $42.2 billion in 2001 to $54.4 billion in 2007. Funding tied to NCLB received a 40.4% increase from $17.4 billion in 2001 to $24.4 billion. The funding for reading quadrupled from $286 million in 2001 to $1.2 billion.

District Report Card

No Child Left Behind Annual Report Cards 2010-2011
Elementary School Middle School High School
Academy Central Byrd Booker T. Washington
Addams Carver Central
Alcott Cleveland East Central
Anderson Clinton Edison Preparatory
Barnard Edison Preparatory Hale
Bell Foster McLain
Bryant Gilcrease Memorial
Burroughs Hamilton Rogers
Carnegie Lewis and Clark Webster
Celia Clinton Madison  
Cherokee Nimitz TRAICE
Chouteau Thoreau Tulsa MET Franklin
Columbus Whitney Tulsa MET Lombard
Cooper Wilson  
Disney    
ECDC Bunche    
Eisenhower    
Eliot    
Emerson    
Eugene Field    
Greeley    
Grimes    
Grissom    
Hawthorne    
Hoover    
Houston    
Jackson    
Jones    
Kendall Whittier    
Kerr    
Key    
KIPP    
Lanier    
Lee    
Lindbergh    
MacArthur    
Mark Twain    
Marshall    
Mayo    
McClure    
McKinley    
Mitchell    
Owen    
Park    
Patrick Henry    
Peary    
Penn    
Phillips    
Remington    
Robertson    
Roosevelt    
Salk    
Sandburg    
Sequoyah    
Skelly    
Springdale    
Whitman    
Wright    
Zarrow    

 

 

No Child Left Behind Act Annual Report Card 2009-2010

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