Education issues in Oklahoma City

SeeWorth equpment

Forced by court order, SeeWorth, Inc. allows OKCPS to retrieve equipment

At the former campus of the defunct SeeWorth Academy, a moving company on contract to Oklahoma City Public Schools started loading out equipment.
judge orders

Judge orders zombie SeeWorth, Inc. to stop draining accounts — follow law

Wednesday District Judge Cindy Truong ordered the parent corporation of the defunct SeeWorth Academy Charter School to stop spending money from accounts.
John Marshall Middle School

John Marshall Middle School principal replaced after chaotic start

A former elementary principal sent to lead John Marshall Middle School has been replaced after a chaotic start at the newly-formed merger school.
Douglass High School

Douglass “Pride of the East Side” band marches into its 96th year

The original "Pride of the East Side" Douglass High School band is preparing for its 97th season under the watchful eye of director Jason Morgan.
Wheeler District

Wheeler District school project application approved by OKCPS

Monday night the project to establish a charter school in the Wheeler District moved decisively closer to the goal of opening the school fall 2020.
Taft Middle School

Too many at Taft Middle School – fifth grade shifts to Linwood Elem building

Around 330 Fifth graders previously scheduled to attend Taft Middle School at 2901NW 23rd Street will attend classes in the previously-closed Linwood Elem.

Teachers, staff among 3,400 attending upbeat OKCPS Convocation

Oklahoma City Public Schools held the first convocation in four years Tuesday with an estimated 3,400 attending at the Cox Convention Center downtown.
charter school trouble

OKCPS suddenly bails on SeeWorth name and campus

OKCPS announced Friday that they will move the planned SeeWorth alternative school program to the Putnam Heights building at N.W. 36th and N. Georgia.
Finalists teacher of the year 2020

Three metro teachers state finalists for teacher of the year

Three teachers from the metro were among 12 statewide announced as Teacher of the Year finalists Tuesday morning.

OKCPS Board denies Wheeler District charter again

It's "no" again for frustrated Wheeler District developers who want to establish a charter school with a fixed collection zone similar to John Rex charter downtown.