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Back to School

This back to school page is your information hub for a strong start to the year.Use the buttons below to jump to each section.




Good attendance is vital to the academic success of every student. Please make sure your student arrives at school on time every day. Click here for more information on attendance.

Your child should stay home from school if they meet any of the following criteria:

  • A fever of 100 degrees or higher (fever must be gone for 24 hours without the use of fever reducing medication before sending back to school)
  • A severe or persistent cough
  • Diarrhea or vomiting (keep home until 24 hours after the last episode)

General Guidelines on When to Keep Your Child at Home / Guía general sobre cuando dejar que sus hijos se queden en casa si están enfermos



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Back to School Form  

Want to get a head start for next school year? Fill out our Back to School form now! You can begin the application process by logging onto SmartChoice at and clicking on the “Back to School” form.



Bell Times



Bus routes

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Required immunizations

Vaccines Required to Attend School in Oklahoma: 2022-23 School Year
(Vacunas Requeridas para Asistir a La Escuela en Oklahoma Año Escolar 2022-23)







DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)

4 DTap

5 DTap

5DaTP* & 1 DTap booster

*If the 4th does of DTap is administered on or after the child’s 4th birthday, then the 5th dose DTap is not required

IPV/OPV (inactivated polio/oral polio)




*If the 3rd dose of IPV/OPV is administered on or after the child’s 4th birthday, then the 4th dose of IPV/OPV is not required.

MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)





HepB (hepatitis B)

3 HepB

3 HepB*

3 HepB*

*Students 11 through 15 years of age who have not previously received any HEP B vaccine may receive a 2 dose series of Merck®Adult Hepatitis B vaccine to satisfy this requirement.  All other children (younger or older) must receive 3 doses of pediatric Hepatitis B vaccine.

HepA (hepatitis A)

2 HepA




Varicella (chickenpox)

1 varicella

1 varicella

1 varicella

2nd dose is recommended at kindergarten entry

Questionnaire- Immunization Contraindications



Tulsa City of Learning

To find out of school time learning opportunities with community partners this year, check out



school Calendar



school supplies



Student enrollment

If you are new to the district or returning from another district, make sure to complete your child’s enrollment before the school year begins. Visit or come to the Enrollment Center at 2819 S. New Haven Ave between 8am and 4pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.



Student and School Safety

Click here for information on school emergency procedures and COVID-19.


You can help keep your school community safe. If you see or hear something concerning, call 918-480-SAFE, text 480SAFE, email, or share it with a trusted adult. Our See.Hear.Share hotline is staffed around the clock


Resources for COVID-19 vaccination

The COVID-19 vaccine is available free of charge to anyone ages 6 months and older.

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19 and reduce the risk of spreading the virus that causes COVID-19. The federal government is providing free vaccinations to all people living in the United States, regardless of their immigration or health insurance status.

You can get a free ride to your vaccination appointment by using one of the options below:

Click here to schedule your COVID-19 vaccination today or text your zip code to 438-829 to find a vaccination site near you.



student Meals

We encourage families of middle and high school students to complete a Free/Reduced Price Meal application for their student. Students who qualify will receive meals free of charge or for a discounted price. The Free/Reduced Price Meal application is confidential and can be completed online at The deadline to apply is September 30.

Elementary students have access to free breakfast and lunch*, but we still encourage families to help support the school's access to federal funding by logging into SmartChoice at and clicking on the “Back to School” form.

Visit the child nutrition page for more information, meal prices, and to add money to your account.

*Virtual elementary students do not qualify for free meals through the Community Eligibility Provision. Please complete the free/reduced meal application by September 30, 2022, as your child may still be able to receive free or reduced price breakfast and lunch. Email the Child Nutrition team at or for more information.




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Anderson Elementary
Updated August 2022


  • Polo shirts can be long sleeve or short sleeve
  • No t-shirts, or sleeveless shirts. All shirts must have collars
  • No writing, logos, stripes, or patterns
  • Any solid color


  • No cargo pants/shorts
  • No jeans
  • Pants should fit properly in all areas.
  • Shorts must extend below the fingertips when the child is standing with hands to their sides
  • Belts must be worn with all pants/shorts
  • Navy, khaki, tan, or black


  • Length must extend below the fingertips when the child is standing with hands to their sides.
  • Jumpers must have a collared shirt underneath
  • No writing, logos, stripes, or patterns
  • Navy, khaki, tan, or black


  • All shoes need to be athletic style shoes
  • No boots, sandals, flip flops, ballet shoes, shoes with a heel, dress shoes, ballet flats, rain boots
  • Shoes with lights, games, or sounds are not allowed
  • Any color


  • Any light jacket may be worn in the classroom. 
  • Heavy coats need to stay in lockers
  • Teachers may have students put their jacket in their locker if it becomes a distraction
  • Any color


  • Tights/leggings should be worn under a skirt or dress
  • They are not to be worn as pants alone
  • Any color or pattern


​Costume headbands are not allowed. ​All jewelry and hair accessories should be modest and not distract from learning. The teacher may choose to have them remove any pieces that become a distraction. Hats or jacket hoods are not to be worn inside the building.


On free dress days, students may wear any school appropriate clothes they choose.
However, shoes still need to be athletic style. Make sure all shorts, skirts and shorts are appropriate lengths. No profanity, costumes, or pajamas. Shoulder straps must be a minimum of the width of two fingers of the person wearing the garment.

Adjustments to the dress code may be made for special events.


Tulsa Public Schools works with local organizations to help provide those in need with items including clothes, school supplies, shoes, and even specially requested items. Please contact your school's counselor for assistance with uniforms or supplies for the school year.



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Weather and Emergency Updates

Make sure your contact information is up to date by calling 918-746-7500 or emailing  and text "Y" or "Yes" to 67587 to opt-in to safety text messages from Tulsa Public Schools.