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This month, 20 Tulsa Public Schools fine arts teachers received the Betty Bradstreet Arts Education Award on behalf of Assistance League® Tulsa. The award is given to teachers to provide funds for classroom projects to promote the fine arts, music, and drama at their schools. 

“We are incredibly proud of our fine arts educators,” said Superintendent Deborah Gist. “We believe every student should have the basic knowledge, skills, and appreciation of the fine arts. Throughout this pandemic, our teachers continue to safely promote the fine arts, music, and drama at their schools, while thinking outside of the box to help our students develop new skills that benefit learning across the curriculum.”

The award recipients are as follows:

  • Michael Broyles, Hale Junior High
  • John Bryant, Edison Preparatory Middle School
  • Catherine DeCamp, Sequoyah Elementary School
  • Genevieve Dismukes, Thoreau Demonstration Academy
  • Kelly Foshee, Tulsa School of Arts and Sciences
  • Andrea Fultz, McLain High School
  • Carmella Grantham, Key Elementary School
  • Kurt Hall, Dolores Huerta Elementary School
  • Beth Howard, Edison Preparatory High School
  • Susan Kleps, Webster High School
  • Greta Metzer, East Central Junior High School
  • Joe Metzer, Will Rogers College High School
  • Heath Miller, Memorial High School
  • Robyn Parnell, Edison Preparatory High School
  • Cristiana Prado, Dual Language Academy
  • Brian Price, Springdale Elementary School
  • Ben Schmenk, Wayman Tisdale Fine Arts Academy
  • Donald Stambeck, McKinley Elementary School
  • Julie Thomas, Edison Preparatory High School
  • Kristina Vassella, Hale High School

All Tulsa Public Schools students in kindergarten through 12th grade have access to arts programming curriculums. For more information, visit