Five more OKCPS schools are being shifted to virtual learning as COVID continues to spread and causing the reduction of staff and teachers.
The OKCPS Board of Education heard reports about COVID, tackled transfer policy and appointed new members to the bond oversight committee.
OKCPS is adding two more schools to all-virtual learning making four in all that have had to make the shift due to staff/teacher illnesses.
Illness and other disruptions among teachers is are causing Oklahoma City Public Schools to move two schools to all-virtual Friday, Jan. 7.
Oklahoma City Public Schools is using knowledge from past experiences to help them prepare for the second semester with the Omicron variant.
Meg McElhaney is pushing forward into her goals for the next four-year term in the OKCPS Board of Education District 7 seat.
Lively Beerworks, OKC is celebrating its birthday with a fundraiser for Bike Club OKC, a non-profit devoted to teaching kids bike safety.
Amidst ongoing controversy, the daughter of famous civil rights leader Clara Luper holds out for accurate teaching of all of history.
The ten finalists for Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year were announced Tuesday at the Oklahoma History Center.
As of the OKCPS Board of Education meeting Monday, Kelly Education will be providing all substitute teachers to the district.