For a week in July, teachers from Canada, South America, Africa, and all across the United States gathered at Thoreau Demonstration Academy for the 27th Annual International MicroSociety Conference.
Thoreau students Owen Anderson and Emma Barnes finished eighth in the Technology Student Association national competition near Washington D.C.
This student video showcases Thoreau
Thoreau's Technology Student Association set to compete nationally.
Thoreau Demonstration Academy 7th grade girls basketball team competed in the Tulsa Public Schools junior high finals.
The building blocks pre-kindergarten helps develop include social emotional learning, language, literacy, math, physical development, and strong attendance habits.
A group of students and city councilors met over the summer to discuss racial disparity in Tulsa and opportunities for youth.
More than 300 new teachers focused on relationships, relevance, and rigor during their training. Throughout the week, the teachers split into groups to learn about lesson planning, social emotional learning, no-nonsense nurturing, and other tools they can use in their classroom.
For two Tulsa Public Schools graduates, being recognized for speaking multiple languages isn't just about creating opportunities for their future, it's about connecting with diverse cultures.
Dozens of teachers from thirty schools gathered in July for Tulsa Public Schools’ Tulsa Race Massacre Institute. The four-day professional development opportunity was created and led by Dr. Karlos K. Hill, professor and African and African-American Studies department head at the University of Oklahoma.