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Homework Time – Without the Headaches!

HOMEWORK…… these two singular words make up one of the MOST HATED compound word to a child. We all know the routine. The phone rings, the child answers, the parent asks, “Do you have any homework that you need to begin working on before I get home today?” You hear the heavy sigh of “Do I have to do it NOW?” This is replayed daily in homes across the nation.

Stay Vigilant

A word to parents: Stay vigilant when it comes to what your children are watching on television or viewing on the Internet.

Project WILD Workshops Set for April at Leonardo's in Enid

A Project WILD workshop for classroom teachers, youth group leaders and other educators is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 28 at Leonardo’s Discovery Warehouse in Enid.

Bullying is No Laughing Matter

Recently there have been several teen suicides that have been attributed to bullying.  A big THANKS to Metro Family Magazine for writing a “timely” piece addressing warning signs, resources, and what parents and caregivers can do to intervene.  

Read the article.

Praise for ACE requirements

Local educators advocate the state stay the course when it comes to Achieving Classroom Excellence standards.

Oklahoma 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant Applications Available

The Oklahoma State Department of Education announces the opening of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers competitive grant process for the 2012-2013 school year.

2012 and Beyond EOI Requirements for Graduation

Understanding Achieving Classroom Excellence requirements, testing availability and alternative options.


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