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"I think our students enjoy doing nice things," Anadarko students RAWKing in kindness

ANADARKO, Okla. – One Oklahoma school district is teaching students valuable lessons in kindness – lessons that stretch far beyond the classroom walls.

While teaching the three R’s is part of every schools’ curriculum, at Anadarko Public Schools, they go one step further. 204 more words

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Oklahoma City school teaching students to embrace technology

OKLAHOMA CITY – Our world today runs on technology, and one Oklahoma City school is teaching students to embrace that technology to build a better future. 303 more words

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School Duty

Our schools, whose duty it is to make possible the happy life that is man’s natural condition, must provide the child with surroundings appropriate to his needs – buildings and furniture on his scale – and at the same time put before him noble ideas and great discoveries of the human mind, offering him in material form the abstractions that are the typical products of the adult intellect so that the loftiest creations of human intelligence may penetrate his mind. 10 more words


Oklahoma students bring ancient technology to life

CLINTON, Okla. – History comes to life at Clinton High School.

Some industrious students in Debbie Carlisle’s English class built something out of the ancient past while studying Greek mythology. 393 more words


"I think it is a wonderful thing," Coffee brings parents, staff together at metro high school

OKLAHOMA CITY – Early in the morning, before the sun comes up at Capitol Hill High School, Principal Adam Jewell and his staff are acting as temporary baristas. 293 more words

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"It’s good for a learning experience," Science fair projects exciting metro students 

OKLAHOMA CITY – Cheyenne is a student and perhaps, a future “scientist.” She’s participating in West Nichols Hills Elementary’s annual Science Fair.

Stem curriculum is emphasized at the school which embraces science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 253 more words