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OKCPS Board of Education, 9-25-17

Board accepts Aurora Lora resignation effective Feb 1

Tuesday night the Oklahoma City Public Schools Board of Education voted unanimously to accept Superintendent Aurora Lora’s resignation effective February 1. The only official statement...
DACA, charter schools

Santa Fe South Supt Brewster first to defy Legislature with mask mandate

Chris Brewster, the founding superintendent of Santa Fe South Charter Schools is instituting a mask mandate.
Cristo Rey St Bd of Ed deliberating

Catholic School focused on disadvantaged youth gets state accreditation

After two years of studies and planning, Cristo Rey OKC Catholic school is set to open its doors on August 10 with a unique...
John Marshall Athletic Facility newser training

New John Marshall athletic training complex announced

The two benefactors for the new John Marshall Mid-High School Athletic training complex revealed architect's renderings Wednesday and announced it will be named after...
Greg Frederick, Principal, U.S. Grant HS

OKCPS principals union supports canceling classes for teacher walkout

The principals union in Oklahoma City Public Schools has taken a public stand for a teacher “job action, in the form of canceling classes”...
OKCPS computer

Ransomware hits OKCPS

Oklahoma City Public Schools is in their third day of trying to recover from a ransomware attack on its network that began on Monday...
U.S. Grant HS first day of school 2017

Two teachers injured stopping brawl at U.S. Grant HS

UPDATED 9:30 p.m. 11-16-17 -- Two teachers were injured breaking up a brawl between seven girls Wednesday at U.S. Grant High School. The large south...

McElhaney has no opponents for OKCPS Board Dist 7, preps for next term

Meg McElhaney is pushing forward into her goals for the next four-year term in the OKCPS Board of Education District 7 seat.

OKCPS to expand fun, successful reading program district-wide next year

Oklahoma City Public Schools has seen success with its Raising a Reader program and is expanding it district wide next year.

OKCPS begins city-wide meal pick-ups March 23 during coronavirus crisis

Oklahoma City Public Schools will be delivering meals to be picked up for students in a number of neighborhoods across the expansive district.