It has been said that the decision to believe is the most important decision we ever make.
The annual Coat-A-Kid fundraising drive is in full force, even though it is blazing hot and the thought of freezing temperatures is far from most everyone’s mind.
Educators have been measuring the outcomes from STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) Centers for some time and have seen dramatic results in their ability to develop critical thinking skills as well as inspire an interest in further STEM education.
Merely saying thank you to the nearly 5,000 volunteers who dedicated 289,750 hours in Oklahoma City Public Schools classrooms during the 2018-2019 school year isn’t nearly enough.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools will induct four new members into the Wall of Fame on Nov. 18 at the 35th annual Wall of Fame Humanitarian Awards dinner.
Oklahoma City Public Schools is working to place new, cutting-edge STEM Centers in all of its elementary schools.
Good stories are worth repeating. This story by Jamie Vollmer is one of those.