Wednesday, SeeWorth Academy Charter School Board concluded the business necessary for turning over operation of the school to Oklahoma City Public Schools, once the sponsor of the school.
Most of the Oklahoma City Public Schools Board of Education members were engaged in a highly unusual inter-board struggle in the courtroom of District Judge Richard C. Ogden Monday.
The big accomplishment of the evening for OKCPS took a deceptively short amount of time for the Board of Education to vote in Monday night.
The wave roof former bank drive-through at Northwest 5th and Classen is now history, demolished Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning.
OKCPS will eliminate the Northeast High School name and symbols completely ignoring alumni and leaving out current Classen SAS students in the process.
Northeast High School alumni are describing the current plans for a "merger" between Classen School for Advanced Studies and Northeast High School as a "takeover" instead of a merger.
With several buildings being open after the Pathways to Greatness consolidation, the private and charter school building shuffle began in earnest Monday...
Oklahoma City Public Schools could be charged over $100,000 by a cybersecurity firm for helping the district recover from a crippling ransomware attack.
SeeWorth Academy charter school board voted Friday morning to give up its charter and end its current contract with Oklahoma City Public Schools.
SeeWorth Academy Board appears to be set to meet Friday at 11 a.m. to discuss giving up their charter and ending their contract with Oklahoma City Public Schools.