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Area Manufacturing Students Receive Scholarships

By EMILY RAMSEY

On May 30, the Tulsa Area Manufacturers Association handed out 12 scholarships to individuals who are pursuing an education in the manufacturing industry. The association awarded $9,000 to students and $3,000 to Tulsa Tech Center Education Foundation.

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OSU-CHS Peds Club Honored, Online Program Ranked

The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences’ Peds Club was recently honored for efforts to promote children’s health and community service by the American College of Osteopathic Pediatricians. The chapter was named the Student Club of the Year at the organization’s spring conference in Kansas City.

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TTCU Gives Donation

HELPING EDUCATION: On June 12, officials with TTCU The Credit Union presented a total of $9,650 in donations to nine Tulsa Public Schools principals at Wilson Teaching and Learning Academy. The donation was the culmination of the credit union’s recent “50/50” program.

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TCC Honors McKeon

SHOWING GRATITUDE: OSU-Tulsa President Howard Barnett speaks at the retirement reception for outgoing TCC President Thomas McKeon in June. The Tulsa Community College Board of Regents honored McKeon by renaming the Center for Creativity to the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity at TCC Metro Campus.

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Union CFO Continues District Success

By EMILY RAMSEY

Union Public Schools has consecutively received top marks for its financial reporting for more than 20 years, including the entire time that Debbie Jacoby has served as Union Public Schools’ chief financial officer (CFO).

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Bixby Teacher of the Year Shares Life Lessons

By ANNE BOYD

Connie Coleman was named Bixby’s 2014 District Teacher of the Year. An apt reward for the Bixby High School teacher who teaches choir and has enjoyed every minute of it, she says.

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Teacher Uses Art to Teach Life-Long Lessons

By ANNE BOYD

Cindy Gharibvand was recently named Broken Arrow High School’s 2013-14 Teacher of the Year.

While growing up, Gharibvand developed a love of art. “I remember drawing and doodling all the time. My life was full of the wonderment with reading books and scribbling on big pieces of paper,” she says.

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Union High School Senior Recognized in Economics

The Oklahoma City Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City and Oklahoma Council on Economic Education (OCEE) awarded Union High School senior Andrea Polakow as one of 16 students honored at the 4th annual Outstanding Economics Student Awards held at the Oklahoma City Branch in downtown Oklahoma City.

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Swiss Consul Visits OSUIT, Tours Campus

Andreas Maager, consul general of Switzerland in Atlanta, recently visited Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology as a part of a special trip to Oklahoma to further strengthen ties between Switzerland and Oklahoma.

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Summer Arts Academy Continues to Accept Applications

The Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa’s Summer Arts Academy is continuing open enrollment for week long sessions in July. Designed for middle school and high school freshman-aged students, the Summer Arts Academy offers students the opportunity to develop focused skills in the visual arts. Specific disciplines offered include painting, drawing and photography. Students will learn from professional Teaching Artists in each discipline and will have access to state-of-the-art equipment and facilities in downtown Tulsa’s Brady Arts District.

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Chamber President Condemns Gov. Fallin’s Decision to Sign HB 3399, Repeal Common Core

Commenting on Governor Fallin’s decision to sign HB 3399 repealing Common Core, Mike Neal, president and CEO, Tulsa Regional Chamber said,

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Lankford Applauds Repeal of Common Core and Calls for Higher Standards

Congressman James Lankford released the following statement after Governor Mary Fallin signed the bill to repeal Common Core:

“I applaud Governor Mary Fallin for signing into law HB 3399, repealing Common Core and giving education choices back to Oklahoma families. This is a great victory for educators and parents, but most of all this is a win for Oklahoma students.

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Teacher of the Year Promotes Creativity

By EMILY RAMSEY

When Lynnette Shouse reentered the classroom as Grissom Elementary’s gifted and talented teacher four years ago, she found that she had an entirely new challenge on her hands.

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TPS Holds Farm-to-Market Day

On May 16, Tulsa Public Schools elementary students participated in the Farm-to-Market Day, an event created through a partnership between TPS and Sodexo Child Nutrition Services.

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Eisenhower, CAN Receive Money

The Child Abuse Network’s (CAN) inaugural Superhero Challenge, held March 30, with presenting sponsor QuikTrip, raised more than $30,000 to benefit CAN.

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