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Board of Education

Please Note

Effective November 16, 2020 Tulsa Public Schools is returning to in-person board meetings in the Cheryl Selman Room of the Charles C. Mason Education Service Center.

In accordance with Board Policy 1301, individuals may comment on business items or recommendations appearing under the Action or Information portions of a regular meeting agenda. However, it is important to hear public comments while ensuring the safety of our students, families, staff, and stakeholders. Therefore, during the COVID-19 pandemic, we encourage the public to make their comments during the meeting via telephone. In-person comments are also permitted. All comments will be heard during the board meeting and via livestream.

The Tulsa Public Schools Board of Education is an elected board of seven community leaders who serve as the governing body for Tulsa Public Schools. Board members serve four year terms, and this voluntary role requires a great deal of time, energy, care, and commitment to brighter futures for Tulsa children. We are deeply grateful for the tireless dedication of our board members.

The board is responsible for establishing policies under which the district operates while acting within the framework of state and federal laws, while meeting the unique needs and concerns of the communities they serve. As civic leaders, our board members face complex and demanding challenges and contribute hundreds of hours each year leading Tulsa Public Schools to Destination Excellence.


 

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Students graduating from Memorial High School