Norman North HS band congratulated by state senators
The Norman North High School Band will be honored with a citation in the State Senate Chambers at 1 p.m. today to begin their official fundraising efforts to be a featured band Dec. 7 at the Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade in Hawaii....
Jefferson Elementary principal Kathy Taber leaving in June
As part of a group essay assignment, a fourth-grade class at Norman’s Jefferson Elementary described their principal, Dr. Kathy Taber....
Education budget sees $91 million fund increase
Oklahoma’s Common Education budget will see $91 million in new funds, according to details released at the Capitol Thursday....
Connect the dots to see big picture
Young students do connect-the-dot worksheets to learn numbers. Students draw lines from dot to dot to reveal a picture. When they mess up, there is no picture or it’s distorted....
Noble hosts art festival
Noble High School invites members of the public to its annual Art Show and Reception Saturday in the Central Office in Noble, 111 S. 4th St. The event will be from 6 to 9 p.m. and feature the works of 15 students on display and for sale....
Server crash disrupts tests
State Department of Education staff and testing company CTB/McGraw-Hill are scrambling to remedy a server crash that has disrupted end-of-the-year online testing for thousands of middle to high schoolers across the state....
Westmoore honorees inducted
A recent banquet benefitting the Westmoore Alumni Association honored three Westmoore individuals by inducting them into the association’s hall of fame....
MNTC business center named incubator of year
Moore Norman Technology Center’s Business Development Center was recently named the 2013 Oklahoma Incubator of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. The SBA noted in its letter to the BDC that it was recognized for its ...
Physical days announced
Physical days for all middle school and high school athletes are scheduled, and are being held for 2013-14 school year athletic requirements....
Current state grade system flunks
The full Senate voted to improve and reform Oklahoma’s A-F grades for public schools Tuesday following lengthy statewide controversy regarding the system’s accuracy and fairness. Sen. Clark Jolley, the original author of the A-F ...
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