The Oklahoma State Regents for Larger Training lately awarded the Regents Enterprise Partnership Excellence Award to Damaged Arrow Public Faculties and Northeastern State College for his or her collaboration on BAPS’ Early School Excessive College program.
Launched in 2019, BAPS’ Early School Excessive College program permits college students to take highschool degree programs at NSU-Damaged Arrow and begin college-level programs as juniors. Individuals can earn as much as 30 school credit by the point they graduate from highschool.
Bond election: Early walk-in voting is obtainable Thursday and Friday on the Tulsa County Election Board for Collinsville Public Faculties’ bond proposal.
The $10.4 million package deal contains classroom additions and cafeteria enlargement at each the district’s early childhood facility and Higher Elementary College; new locker rooms, dugout and restrooms at the highschool’s softball subject and additions to the Terry Due Multipurpose Constructing.
Election Day is Sept. 14.
Homework assist: As a consequence of COVID-19, the Tulsa Metropolis-County Library’s After-College Homework Membership is shifting on-line beginning Sept. 13. Out there via 5 department areas, this system offers weekly one-on-one 30-minute homework assist periods for college kids in grades three via eight. Taking part libraries embody Brookside, Damaged Arrow, Kendall-Whittier, Martin Regional and Maxwell Park. Registration is required and out there in English and Spanish through tulsalibrary.org/homeworkclub.