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Are you ready to vote? The general election is coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 8! Early voting is available at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. and Hardesty Regional Library at 8316 E. 93 St. on Nov. 2-4 from 8am-6pm and Nov. 5 from 8am-2pm. Learn more at tulsa schools.org/vote.

Free flu immunizations! The Oklahoma Caring Van will be providing free flu immunizations for children on Monday, Nov. 7 from 3-5pm at the Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center at 2819 S New Haven Ave.

Volunteer with Reading Partners Tulsa! Did you know that with just one hour a week, you can help Tulsa students build strong reading reading skills? Reading Partners volunteers work with elementary schools across the district. Volunteers must be age 18 or older and pass a background check. Training is provided. Learn more at https://readingpartners.org/volunteer

Get bus schedule updates at your fingertips! The SafeStop app provides real-time updates on each school bus including current location and expected arrival time. Download the SafeStop app from the App Store or Google Play Store today. Click here for setup instructions. Once enrolled, you can track the bus route and timing each day. Contact the transportation department at 918-833-8100 for questions or visit www.tulsaschools.org/bus.

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.

November is Native American Heritage Month: Tulsa Public Schools will celebrate Native American Heritage Month this November with activities scheduled for students including cultural activities and events, including Turquoise Day and Rock Your Mocks. Check out the Native American Heritage Month schedule below and join us in participating!

  • Rock Your Mocs on Nov. 14: Rock Your Mocs is a positive opportunity to be united and celebrate tribal individuality by wearing moccasins. If you do not own moccasins, join us by wearing your favorite crazy socks.
  • Wear Orange on Nov. 15: The slogan for Orange Shirt Day is Every Child Matters, which underscores the importance of all children, including the ones left behind and adult survivors of Indian Residential Schools in the United States.
  • Wear Red on Nov. 16: Wear red on this day to honor the generations of American Indians and Alaska Natives who have mourned missing and murdered loved ones. Their calls for justice and healing through grassroots activism and advocacy have created nationwide attention and increased support for the Missing or Murdered Indigenous People crisis.
  • Wear Green on Nov. 17: Wear green on this day to recognize tribal land and nation acknowledgements. These are ways to correct stories and practices that have long distorted our nation’s history and culture. Land acknowledgements also raise awareness about the Indigenous histories, perspectives, and experiences that are often suppressed or forgotten.
  • Turquoise Day on Nov. 18: Wear turquoise on this day to celebrate Native American Heritage Month and honor Native Americans for whom turquoise means so much. It is the primary stone of the Navajo people and stands for purity.

Key Dates

  • Wednesday, Nov. 2 through Friday, Nov. 4 from 8am-6pm: Early voting for general election at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. and Hardesty Regional Library at 8316 E. 93 St.
  • Saturday, Nov. 5 from 8am-2pm: Early voting for general election at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. and Hardesty Regional Library at 8316 E. 93 St.
  • Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2:30pm: The Ropin’ Fool silent film with live organ performance at Will Rogers College Middle and High School. Tickets are free but must be reserved at www.willrogersstage.com.
  • Monday, Nov. 7 from 3-5pm: Free flu immunizations for children. Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center, 2819 S. New Haven.
  • Monday, Nov. 7 and Tuesday, Nov. 8: No classes - teacher professional development and Civic Engagement Day

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

Are you ready to vote? The general election is coming up on Tuesday, Nov. 8! Early voting is available at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. and Hardesty Regional Library at 8316 E. 93 St. on Nov. 2-4 from 8am-6pm and Nov. 5 from 8am-2pm. Learn more at tulsa schools.org/vote.

Free flu immunizations! The Oklahoma Caring Van will be providing free flu immunizations for children on Monday, Nov. 7 from 3-5pm at the Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center at 2819 S New Haven Ave.

Volunteer with Reading Partners Tulsa! Did you know that with just one hour a week, you can help Tulsa students build strong reading reading skills? Reading Partners volunteers work with elementary schools across the district. Volunteers must be age 18 or older and pass a background check. Training is provided. Learn more at https://readingpartners.org/volunteer

Get money for college and technical school - complete your FAFSA! FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, and every high school senior should complete one this fall. We will be hosting FAFSA information sessions at high schools across the district. FAFSA information nights are open to ANY Tulsa Public Schools high school seniors, so if you missed the event at your child’s school, you can attend any of the other scheduled information nights.

Click here for the complete list of event dates, and find more information about how to start your application at TulsaSchools.org/FAFSA.

Get bus schedule updates at your fingertips! The SafeStop app provides real-time updates on each school bus including current location and expected arrival time. Download the SafeStop app from the App Store or Google Play Store today. Click here for setup instructions. Once enrolled, you can track the bus route and timing each day. Contact the transportation department at 918-833-8100 for questions or visit www.tulsaschools.org/bus.

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.

November is Native American Heritage Month: Tulsa Public Schools will celebrate Native American Heritage Month this November with activities scheduled for students including cultural activities and events, including Turquoise Day and Rock Your Mocks. Check out the Native American Heritage Month schedule below and join us in participating!

  • Rock Your Mocs on Nov. 14: Rock Your Mocs is a positive opportunity to be united and celebrate tribal individuality by wearing moccasins. If you do not own moccasins, join us by wearing your favorite crazy socks.
  • Wear Orange on Nov. 15: The slogan for Orange Shirt Day is Every Child Matters, which underscores the importance of all children, including the ones left behind and adult survivors of Indian Residential Schools in the United States.
  • Wear Red on Nov. 16: Wear red on this day to honor the generations of American Indians and Alaska Natives who have mourned missing and murdered loved ones. Their calls for justice and healing through grassroots activism and advocacy have created nationwide attention and increased support for the Missing or Murdered Indigenous People crisis.
  • Wear Green on Nov. 17: Wear green on this day to recognize tribal land and nation acknowledgements. These are ways to correct stories and practices that have long distorted our nation’s history and culture. Land acknowledgements also raise awareness about the Indigenous histories, perspectives, and experiences that are often suppressed or forgotten.
  • Turquoise Day on Nov. 18: Wear turquoise on this day to celebrate Native American Heritage Month and honor Native Americans for whom turquoise means so much. It is the primary stone of the Navajo people and stands for purity.

Key Dates

  • Wednesday, Nov. 2 through Friday, Nov. 4 from 8am-6pm: Early voting for general election at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. and Hardesty Regional Library at 8316 E. 93 St.
  • Saturday, Nov. 5 from 8am-2pm: Early voting for general election at the Tulsa County Election Board at 555 N. Denver Ave. and Hardesty Regional Library at 8316 E. 93 St.
  • Sunday, Nov. 6 at 2:30pm: The Ropin’ Fool silent film with live organ performance at Will Rogers College Middle and High School. Tickets are free but must be reserved at www.willrogersstage.com.
  • Monday, Nov. 7 from 3-5pm: Free flu immunizations for children. Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center, 2819 S. New Haven.
  • Monday, Nov. 7 and Tuesday, Nov. 8: No classes - teacher professional development and Civic Engagement Day

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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