Mrs. Jennifer Levesque and her family took our #CPSZEBRAPRIDE to Disneyland in California for this entry into our #ZebraTravelDiaries. Mrs. Levesque is a teacher, Abigail will be in 5th grade and Ryker will be in 3rd grade. All the Levesques are Westsiders.
Mrs. Karly Johnson, a teacher at Westside Elementary, traveled to the Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Las Vegas for our #ZebraTravelDiaries. Each season the conservatory team creates art with living materials. They made zebras this summer, so she had to snap a picture to show her #CPSZEBRAPRIDE.
We heard your feedback on the need to streamline platforms for communication. Say "hello" to ROOMS located in our mobile app. ONE platform for ALL TEACHERS and COACHES district-wide. No more creating an account on multiple apps for multiple students in the district. You will find it on one app from HS to Pre-K, band to football. Here is a sneak peek... https://youtu.be/jG0-D4JCVaA
Reminder - Meet the Teacher is August 16th. Elementary - by appointment. If you have not heard from your teacher please call the school. Secondary - come/go from 6p - 7:30p. Pick up your syllabus, school supply list, find your classes and meet your teachers.
Reminder - Meet the Teacher is August 16th. Elementary - by appointment. If you have not heard from your teacher please call the school. Secondary - come/go form 6p - 7:39p. Pickup syllabus, school supply list, find your classes and meet your teachers.
CPS Director of Communications, Jamie Brace, takes us to Chicago for her #ZebraTravelDiaries entry. Our #CPSZEBRAPRIDE showed up on Navy Pier, at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion amphitheater in Millennial Park and on an architectural boat tour of the Chicago cityscape. Mrs. Brace was with her twin sister and her daughter, a Claremore alum. If you made a last minute trip before school started there is still time to get your photos in. Remember, it does not matter how far you go - just wear your Zebra logo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mrs. Keener, the music teacher at Claremont Elementary, traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina in our #ZebraTravelDiaries. While attending the national convention of Sigma Alpha Iota, her music fraternity, she visited the arboretum. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Mrs. Ward's last hurrah for our #ZebraTravelDiaries is from Costa Rica. They have fed crocodiles, hiked to waterfalls and rock ledges, and visited the cloud forest, swam at the beach and the pool. Mrs. Ward is a teacher at Claremont Elementary and always shows her #CPSZEBRAPRIDE.
Mrs. Martinez started her travels for our #ZebraTravelDiaries in Vegas!!! Then she traveled to Italy with her kids!!! Here she is at the Pantheon in Rome and in Capri. Mrs. M is a paraprofessional at Catalayah.
Let’s cheer on our cheerleaders. VOTE NOW! Pryor 412 Area Most Outstanding Cheer Team – Presented by Red Crown Credit Union (Voting Ends 8/18) – Northeast Area https://neok.vypeok.com/2022/08/11/vote-now-pryor-412-area-most-outstanding-cheer-team-presented-by-red-crown-credit-union-voting-ends-8-18/?fbclid=IwAR1Hst-516_lbGxvVu4B20Sv446H5fDTB-TkxcDONgw-uhp-HQAh3KlSQQo#pd_a_11176483
Kade and Melinda Steelmon traveled to Iceland for Kade's senior trip in today's #ZebraTravelDiary. They are showing off their #CPSZEBRAPRIDE inside a volcano and at Diamond Beach. Remember, it does not matter how far you go - just wear your Zebra logo and send it to email@example.com. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Colton Haddock, 1st grader at Roosa, is enjoying a weekend at Silver Dollar City for today's #ZebraTravelDiaries. He made the most of the trip, playing in the rainstorm between rides in his #CPSZEBRAPRIDE.
Another senior trip entry in our #ZebraTravelDiaries. Kelly in Paris... a family trip. Remember, it does not matter how far you go - just wear your Zebra logo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Cybersecurity is the newest, but it joins the ranks of many STEM career pathways that we prepare our students for, including Digital Video Editing, Graphic Design, Robotics, Engineering, BioMedical Sciences and more. It is an incredible privilege to be an educator in the CPS District. Looking forward to a full building in just a week! Go Zebras!! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE https://www.fox23.com/news/local/claremore-high-school-students-earn-cybersecurity-certificates-partnership-with-rsu/L5IFEXR6Q5EZTHZQEERSUMUD4U/
We have some family fun in today's #ZebraTravelDiaries. Ellyson (Roosa, 2nd grade) & Emery Prock ( Roosa, 5th grade) traveled to Dauphin Island, AL, for summer vacation! They saw dolphins as they kayaked in the Gulf of Mexico and rode bikes across the island. Their cousin Braden Golden (5th grade Westside) was there, too! Braden will be a 6th grader at WRJH in August. Thanks for being on the #CPSZEBRAPRIDE team!
The first two rounds of JOM school supply distribution was a success. What is JOM? Johnson O’Malley (JOM) is a federally-funded program that provides supplemental education programs for Native American students attending public schools. Schools receive funds based on the number of Native American students attending Claremore Public Schools. Johnson O’Malley is for any student who can prove Indian blood by submitting a copy of the student’s tribal membership and Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood (CDIB) cards to the Claremore Schools Enrollment Center. Once eligibility is determined through the JOM database, students will be eligible to receive services. Funds must be used to supplement the education of Native American students not supplant. Services offered may include but are not limited to school supplies, graduation caps & gowns, ACT test fees ($30) per student, AP fees ($30) per student, culturally themed events, as well as educational incentives and awards (book fair voucher). Our next JOM school supply distribution will be September 13th from 4p-6p for those who did not pick their packets or any new JOM verified students. More info about JOM and our Indian Ed programs: https://www.claremore.k12.ok.us/page/title-vi-indian-education
ATHLETIC PASSES ON SALE I ATHLETIC DIRECTOR'S OFFICE (HIGH SCHOOL GYM) Mon. – Fri. / 8:00 AM – 3:30 PM - Closed for Lunch 12:00 – 1:00 PM and MEET THE TEACHER NIGHT 8/16/22 Family passes $200.00 up to five in the immediate family ($10 for each add on) Individual or Student Pass $100.00 These passes are for general admission to all home sporting events including Jr. High and High School Exceptions: tournaments, festivals, &/or play-offs RESERVE FOOTBALL SEATS $50.00 for all home games. If you purchase a family pass you may purchase reserve football seats at half price. Contact: email@example.com #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
Mrs. Deidre Beasley and her family took their #CPSZEBRAPRIDE on a 6-day cruise. Their #ZebraTravelDiary entry takes us to Costa Maya, Cozumel, and Roatan Honduras. Mrs. Beasley is a high school math teacher, and her son, Hank, is in 4th grade at Roosa. Remember, it does not matter how far you go - just wear your Zebra logo and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mrs. Michell Rahn, STEM teacher at WRJH, spent some time at the Hazy Air/Space museum, where she participated in the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum's Teacher Innovator Institute in our #ZebraTravelDiaries. There she spent quality time collaborating with museum experts and teachers from around the US & Puerto Rico to learn and share innovative teaching practices! If you know Mrs. Rahn, you know when she isn't sporting her NASA logo, she is reppin her #CPSZEBRAPRIDE.
The future looks bright at Claremore Public Schools. Today we welcome over 50 new teachers and instructional paraprofessionals to the Zebra family. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE