Hudiburg Auto Group and The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools today announced the “Driving Attendance” campaign, in which OKCPS high school students with perfect attendance can win a chance to drive away with a new car from Hudiburg.
More than 3,000 Oklahoma City Public Schools students identified as homeless last year. Homelessness causes children to be tardy, absent, hungry and suffering from anxiety and depression.
We estimate needing a total of $120,000 to coat every child in need throughout the school district. The first coat orders will be placed the first week of October to be delivered before temperatures fall.
What does it mean to support Oklahoma City Public Schools? As we move into a new era with another new superintendent at the helm, it's an important moment to stop and think about this question.
Holding candidates and elected officials accountable for campaign promises is critical.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools announced Wednesday it will recognize three people Oct. 29 at the organization's 34th annual Wall of Fame Humanitarian Awards dinner.
What's the difference between equality and equity?