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Attendance

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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Bell Times

 


 

Bus Routes

Routes for fall 2024 will be posted in early August 2024.

Find your bus route

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TPSRides

Tulsa Public Schools high school students can ride Tulsa Transit free of charge Monday-Friday when school is in session.

Visit our TPSRIDES page to plan your commute or use the MTTA Trip Planner.

Students boarding Tulsa Transit bus

Contact tpsrides@tulsaschools.org for additional information.

 


 

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 www.tulsaschools.org/enroll or come to the Enrollment Center at 2819 S. New Haven Ave between 8am and 4pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays.

 


 

Required Immunizations

Immunizations
Requirements

Vaccines Required to Attend School in Oklahoma: 2023-24 School Year

REQUIRED IMMUNIZATIONS FOR THE 2023-24 SCHOOL YEAR

Grade Level Required Immunizations with Cumulative Doses required Recommended Immunizations
Pre-K

4 DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)
1 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
1 Varicella (chickenpox)
3 IPV (polio)
2 Hep A (hepatitis A)
3 Hep B (hepatitis B)

Seasonal influenza (flu)
2nd varicella at 4 years old
IPV (Polio) on or after 4th birthday

Kindergarten - 6th

5 DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)
2 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
1 Varicella (chickenpox)
4 IPV (polio)
2 Hep A (hepatitis A)
3 Hep B (hepatitis B

Seasonal influenza (flu)
2nd varicella at 4 years old
IPV (Polio) on or after 4th birthday

7th - 12th

1 Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
5 DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis)
2 MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)
1 Varicella (chickenpox)
4 IPV (polio)
2 Hep A (hepatitis A)
3 Hep B (hepatitis B)

Seasonal influenza (flu)
2-3 HPV (human papillomavirus)
1-2 MCV4 (meningococcal ACWY)
2-3 Men B (meningococcal serotype B)

Questionnaire- Immunization Contraindications

Where to Get Immunizations

Tulsa City County Health Department provides no cost immunizations for non-insured students or those covered under Sooner Care or medicaid. Our registered nurses can also give immunizations to qualified students at their school site. During summer enrollment, the Caring Van will be at the TPS Enrollment Center providing free immunizations to students. Please check back for specific dates.

Exemption

Oklahoma law requires evidence of adequate immunizations for each child attending school. Children with specific medical contraindications to any immunizations may be allowed to attend if the medical reason is signed by a licensed physician and submitted to the school. Parents may apply for an exemption based on religious or personal beliefs. Exemption forms can be obtained from the Health & Wellness office, TPS Enrollment Center, Room 230.

 


 

Tulsa City of Learning

To find out of school time learning opportunities with community partners this year, check out www.Tulsacityoflearning.org

After Learning

Click here to learn about our after learning program.

 


 

School Supplies

 


 

SEE. HEAR. SHARE.

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

REPORT AN INCIDENT HERE

 


 

Student Meals

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

FOR FAMILIES OF MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:

Did you know that the Free/Reduced Price Meal application supports students with more than just meals? 

Students who qualify through the Free/Reduced Price Meal application may be eligible for:

  • Daily breakfast and lunch meals free of charge or at a discounted cost;
  • Discounted or waived college application fees;
  • Discounted or waived registration fees for the SAT/ACT;
  • Discounted internet bill; and
  • Discounted or waived fees for some sports in and out of school.

Completed Free/Reduced Price Meal applications can also help schools qualify for additional funding from the federal government to help support teaching and learning. More information is available here.


FOR ELEMENTARY FAMILIES:

Did you know your student has access to free breakfast and lunch this school year?* During the school year, you will find information about menus, nutrition, and allergens at www.tulsaschools.org/meals

Even though meals are free of charge for elementary students, we are encouraging all parents to complete their “Back to School form” for this year. By completing this form, you can help your child’s school get access to additional funding to support teaching and learning! To fill out this form, log onto SmartChoice at enroll.tulsaschools.org and click on the “Back to School form” button.

If you also have a child in middle school or high school, we are encouraging you to fill out a free and reduced meal application. You can submit one application per household that includes all of your children.

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

 


 

Uniforms

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Anderson Elementary
Updated June 2023


POLO SHIRT

  • 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

PANTS & SHORTS

  • 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

DRESSES, SKIRTS & JUMPERS

  • 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

SHOES

  • 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

JACKETS & COATS

  • 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

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

ACCESSORIES​

​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.


FREE DRESS DAY​

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.

NEED HELP WITH SCHOOL UNIFORMS?

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.

 


 

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.