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Understanding your child’s academic growth through the MAP assessment. Students will take Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) reading and math assessments after the winter break from Jan. 11-27, and MAP results will help you and your child’s teachers understand your child’s academic growth so far this year. The results also help your child’s school team provide the support your child needs to be successful.

You can help your child prepare for the language portion of the test by:

  • Talking to your child and encouraging them to join in on conversations during family activities;
  • Having your child use a journal so they can practice writing;
  • Helping your child write a letter to a friend or family member;
  • Selecting a word of the week, and encouraging your child to use the new word throughout the week;
  • Planning a special snack or meal, and having your child write the menu.
  • After finishing a chapter in a book or a magazine article, having your child explain their favorite event.

The 2023-2024 enrollment season opens on Jan. 4, 2023! As we approach 2023, it’s time to start thinking about what the next school year holds for your child. Enrollment opens January 4, 2023 and we’ll walk you through every step with information sessions, Enrollment Expo Days and individual enrollment assistance. You should complete the enrollment application if your student:

  • Wants to enroll in a neighborhood school that is not their home school.
  • Is currently on a transfer at any district school who want to attend another school.
  • Wants to enroll in any magnet school.
  • Lives outside of district boundaries who wishes to attend district school.
  • Lives within district boundaries but does not currently attend district schools (i.e. private school or home school students).
  • Is in 5th or 6th grade looking for middle school options that may or may not include their neighborhood schools
  • Is in 8th grade looking for high school options that may or may not include their neighborhood schools.
  • Wants to enroll in Tulsa Virtual Academy (current Tulsa Virtual Academy students do not need to reapply, unless they are transitioning from 5th to 6th grade or from 8th to 9th grade)
  • Will be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 and want to attend pre-kindergarten.

You can help keep your school community safe. If you see or hear something concerning, call 918-480-SAFE, text 480SAFE, email share@tulsaschools.org, or share it with a trusted adult. Our See.Hear.Share hotline is staffed around the clock. Click here to learn more about student and school safety.

Free tutoring supports for students in grades 3-12. Don’t forget that you can can click here to sign up for weekly targeted instruction for your student in reading or math. On-demand homework help is also available to your student simply by clicking on the FEV icon on their Clever dashboard or logging in through https://portal.fevtutor.com/. For questions about FEV Tutor, please email ok@fevtutor.com or call 855-763-2607.

Access to free or low-cost internet services. Tulsa Responds supports eligible families to access free or low-cost internet services. You are likely eligible if you live in Tulsa County and participate in Medicaid/Soonercare, SNAP, free and reduced lunch programs, or other federal programs such as WIC or SSI. Click here to learn more.

Join the conversation at the Parent Academy! The Parent Resource Center will be opening its doors for dinner and conversation with professionals within the Tulsa Police Community Division and other leaders on creating a safe environment for students. Join the Parent Academy for this important conversation on Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 6pm-7:30pm. Dinner will be provided. Click here for details and registration.

The Board of Education wants to hear from you! To ensure that every Tulsan is appropriately represented by the Tulsa Board of Education, state law requires that school districts complete a redistricting process every decade after the completion of the United States Census. 

The Board is considering two new maps that were developed through a partnership with the Indian Nations Council of Governments and revised with feedback from the board and community members. On Thursday, Dec. 8 at 5:15pm the Board of Education will hold a meeting for the public to discuss and hear community feedback on both map options. The meeting will be held in the Cheryl Selman Room of the Education Service Center. Those wanting to speak during public comment can sign up online at www.tulsaschools.org/comment until 4pm on Thursday or in person until 5:10pm. There will NOT be a board vote at this meeting. If you are not able to attend this meeting, you can also share your feedback by emailing your board member. Visit www.tulsaschools.org/board and click on “Meet the Board” to find their contact information. 

Key Dates

  • Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 6-7:30pm: Parent Academy at the Parent Resource Center at 525 E. 46th St. N.
  • Monday, Dec. 19-Tuesday, Jan. 3: Winter break
  • Wednesday, Jan. 4: Enrollment opens for 23/24 school year
  • Wednesday, Jan. 11-Friday, Jan. 27: MAP testing
  • Monday, Jan. 16: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No classes.

Seen around our district

Thanks to federal recovery funds, we were able to invest in air quality improvements in our buildings, Ready. Set. Summer! programming, and enrichment programs to address learning loss. Learn more about ESSER (federal recovery) funding here.

Tulsa Public Schools students lead through literacy, are empowered through experience, and contribute to their community. We honor the diversity, creativity, and passion of our students, elevating every student to be designers of their destiny. Learn more about Pathways to Opportunity, our plan for the next five years.


Secondary

Understanding your child’s academic growth through the MAP assessment. Students will take Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) reading and math assessments after the winter break from Jan. 11-27, and MAP results will help you and your child’s teachers understand your child’s academic growth so far this year. The results also help your child’s school team provide the support your child needs to be successful.

You can help your child prepare for the language portion of the test by:

  • Talking to your child and encouraging them to join in on conversations during family activities;
  • Having your child use a journal so they can practice writing;
  • Helping your child write a letter to a friend or family member;
  • Selecting a word of the week, and encouraging your child to use the new word throughout the week;
  • Planning a special snack or meal, and having your child write the menu.
  • After finishing a chapter in a book or a magazine article, having your child explain their favorite event.

The 2023-2024 enrollment season opens on Jan. 4, 2023! As we approach 2023, it’s time to start thinking about what the next school year holds for your child. Enrollment opens January 4, 2023 and we’ll walk you through every step with information sessions, Enrollment Expo Days and individual enrollment assistance. You should complete the enrollment application if your student:

  • Wants to enroll in a neighborhood school that is not their home school.
  • Is currently on a transfer at any district school who want to attend another school.
  • Wants to enroll in any magnet school.
  • Lives outside of district boundaries who wishes to attend district school.
  • Lives within district boundaries but does not currently attend district schools (i.e. private school or home school students).
  • Is in 5th or 6th grade looking for middle school options that may or may not include their neighborhood schools
  • Is in 8th grade looking for high school options that may or may not include their neighborhood schools.
  • Wants to enroll in Tulsa Virtual Academy (current Tulsa Virtual Academy students do not need to reapply, unless they are transitioning from 5th to 6th grade or from 8th to 9th grade)
  • Will be 4 years old on or before Sept. 1 and want to attend pre-kindergarten.

You can help keep your school community safe. If you see or hear something concerning, call 918-480-SAFE, text 480SAFE, email share@tulsaschools.org, or share it with a trusted adult. Our See.Hear.Share hotline is staffed around the clock. Click here to learn more about student and school safety.

Free tutoring supports for students in grades 3-12. Don’t forget that you can can click here to sign up for weekly targeted instruction for your student in reading or math. On-demand homework help is also available to your student simply by clicking on the FEV icon on their Clever dashboard or logging in through https://portal.fevtutor.com/. For questions about FEV Tutor, please email ok@fevtutor.com or call 855-763-2607.

Access to free or low-cost internet services. Tulsa Responds supports eligible families to access free or low-cost internet services. You are likely eligible if you live in Tulsa County and participate in Medicaid/Soonercare, SNAP, free and reduced lunch programs, or other federal programs such as WIC or SSI. Click here to learn more.

Join the conversation at the Parent Academy! The Parent Resource Center will be opening its doors for dinner and conversation with professionals within the Tulsa Police Community Division and other leaders on creating a safe environment for students. Join the Parent Academy for this important conversation on Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 6pm-7:30pm. Dinner will be provided. Click here for details and registration.

Make a difference in your community! The Power of Youth Program is designed for students in 6th-12th grade who want to make a positive change in our community. Through eight sessions, youth will learn critical skills in community advocacy, civic engagement, and impact. Click here for details and to register.

The Board of Education wants to hear from you! To ensure that every Tulsan is appropriately represented by the Tulsa Board of Education, state law requires that school districts complete a redistricting process every decade after the completion of the United States Census. 

The Board is considering two new maps that were developed through a partnership with the Indian Nations Council of Governments and revised with feedback from the board and community members. On Thursday, Dec. 8 at 5:15pm the Board of Education will hold a meeting for the public to discuss and hear community feedback on both map options. The meeting will be held in the Cheryl Selman Room of the Education Service Center. Those wanting to speak during public comment can sign up online at www.tulsaschools.org/comment until 4pm on Thursday or in person until 5:10pm. There will NOT be a board vote at this meeting. If you are not able to attend this meeting, you can also share your feedback by emailing your board member. Visit www.tulsaschools.org/board and click on “Meet the Board” to find their contact information. 

Key Dates

  • Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 6-7:30pm: Parent Academy at the Parent Resource Center at 525 E. 46th St. N.
  • Monday, Dec. 19-Tuesday, Jan. 3: Winter break
  • Wednesday, Jan. 4: Enrollment opens for 23/24 school year
  • Wednesday, Jan. 11-Friday, Jan. 27: MAP testing
  • Monday, Jan. 16: Martin Luther King Jr. Day. No classes.

Seen around our district

Thanks to federal recovery funds, we were able to invest in air quality improvements in our buildings, Ready. Set. Summer! programming, and enrichment programs to address learning loss. Learn more about ESSER (federal recovery) funding here.

Tulsa Public Schools students lead through literacy, are empowered through experience, and contribute to their community. We honor the diversity, creativity, and passion of our students, elevating every student to be designers of their destiny. Learn more about Pathways to Opportunity, our plan for the next five years.


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