CLAREMORE PUBLIC SCHOOLS ARE PROUD TO PARTICIPATE IN RED RIBBON WEEK. It is an ideal way for people and communities to unite and take a visible stand against drugs. Show your personal commitment to a drug-free lifestyle through the symbol of the Red Ribbon, October 23 - 31st. The mission of the Red Ribbon Campaign® is to present a unified and visible commitment towards the creation of a drug-free America. Check out your school site's Live Feed on the CPS mobile app or website to see what they are doing to promote a drug free life. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 16 hours ago, CPS Communications
Firemen and women stopped by Roosa and talked to the 1st graders about Fire Safety. Students had the opportunity to see the protective clothing they wore to extinguish the fires. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
firewoman talking to students
fireman with student in fire suit
fireman putting on fire equipment
fireman taking to student
PE had fun playing Sink the Ship - Four ships adventure into the gym with their flotation devices or plastic bowling pins. Cannons are all over the place, or students are on rolling boards equipped with canons or balls. Now they try to Sink the Ship! Students used hand-eye coordination and skill to Sink the Ship or Stay Afloat! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
two girls on scooters with balls
kids on scooters & on mats
boys/girl on scooters
girl on scooter pick up balls
School Bus Safety Week is coming to an end but school bus safety continues to be important every day. Our transportation staff reminds us how to safely exit the bus. Please review these steps with your children. ▶ https://youtu.be/6NIA297Hq60 🚌 When the bus approaches, stand at least three giant steps (6 feet) away from the curb, and line up away from the street. 🚌 Wait until the bus stops, the door opens, and the driver says that it’s okay before stepping onto the bus. 🚌 If you have to cross the street in front of the bus, walk on the sidewalk or along the side of the road to a point at least five giant steps (10 feet) ahead of the bus before you cross. Be sure that the bus driver can see you, and you can see the bus driver. 🚌 Use the handrails to avoid falls. When exiting the bus, be careful that clothing with drawstrings and book bags with straps don’t get caught in the handrails or doors. 🚌 Never walk behind the bus. 🚌 Walk at least three giant steps away from the side of the bus. 🚌 If you drop something near the bus, tell the bus driver. Never try to pick it up because the driver may not be able to see you. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
School bus, kid entering bus, stop sign
2nd grade girls wait to be dismissed from lunch - an excellent example of how to follow procedure and model how to be patient and wait. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
2nd grade girls wait to be dismissed from lunch - an excellent example of how to follow procedure and model how to be patient and wait.
🎵🎶 Happy happy birthday, from all of us to you! Happy happy birthday, may all your dreams come true! 🎵🎶 🎂Happy birthday to our SUPER-intendent, Bryan Frazier. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
Mr Frazier with the staff from administration
Mr Frazier with this happy birthday banner
Mr Frazier with a slow & old walker
PLC Day for Teachers = EARLY RELEASE for students today. 🕑 Elementary @ 2:00 PM 🕝 WRJH / CHS @ 2:30 PM #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
group pic of kids waving
The Claremore Zebras take on Tulsa Hale at Tulsa Rogers High School tonight. Although we need all our fans in the stands to cheer on our team if you can't make it ZTV will livestream it ▶https://youtu.be/Qcur1VZEqUM. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
1 day ago, CPS Communications
zebra and charger football teams
🌶Next Friday (October 29th) is the 34th Annual Chili Supper hosted by the Claremore Rotary. Your $5 ticket will include a heaping bowl of chili, a drink, dessert and entertainment. You can purchase your ticket from any Rotary member or at the door; all proceeds benefit the Claremore Public School Foundation and go directly to teachers through their annual Grant Patrol program. This year the event will be outside the fieldhouse at Lantow Field from 5 - 7 PM. 🏈 Following the come/go supper, we invite you to head up in the stands to watch the Claremore Zebras compete against the Sapulpa on SENIOR NIGHT. 🎓 Seniors will be announced at 6:20 PM. 🎷Following the game, the award-winning CHS Band will be performing their GLOW SHOW. Come early - Stay late - Wear Red and GO ZEBRAS! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
2 days ago, CPS Communications
bowl of chili
Miss Bart's 5th grade math class had a "Safari Restaurant," giving the student a real-life situation to practice adding decimals. Students were given menus with prices. They had to plan out their meal by adding all items, including tax and a tip. They then determine how much change they were to receive. The lesson ended with actual snacks. #CPSZEBRAPRID
3 days ago, CPS Communications
miss bart serves a group of students snacks
Kids at desks with plates and snacks
student ordering off the menu
It’s Bus Safety Week and the CPS Transportation Department is introducing their staff and additional safety service for all of our buses - GPS! This technology has been added to all their buses and is now connected to the Stopfinder App which will allow families to get real-time information concerning the bus their child is on. Watch here ▶https://youtu.be/j1g9sPCWxmE Transportation webpage ▶https://www.claremore.k12.ok.us/page/transportation #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
3 days ago, CPS Communications
School bus, kid entering bus, stop sign
Mrs. Proctor's class at Claremont works together as they practice number order, a foundational skill in place value and rounding. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
3 days ago, CPS Communications
kids celebrating getting a string of number in order
student putting the number 99 on a string
student helping other student with the ordering of numbe ron the string
6th Annual CHS HOPE RACE for Education hosted by National Honor Society. This last year NHS gave every certified staff member a piece of technology to help with distance teaching. We "hope" to be able to do something similar this fall. We "hope" you will join us for the run on November 6th. Register online today! ▶https://runsignup.com/Race/OK/Claremore/ClaremoreHopeRace #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4 days ago, CPS Communications
CELL PHONE WITH QR CODE AND HOPE RACE LOGO
Our neighboring church, First Claremore, is always willing to support our school community. Their generosity to our teachers, students, and families has afforded our school a replacement laminator. Thank you to the church and to those who attend who have invested in Claremont. You can be sure that teachers all over the building rejoiced - a working laminator is a BIG deal! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4 days ago, CPS Communications
tow men working to set up the laminator
teacher and students surrounding the laminator
ICYMI: Claremore High Schools Digital Video Editing program has a few news stories they shared last week, including student of the month interviews, Hope Race, new Astronomy Club, and other news. ▶https://youtu.be/M3-QImqCaSk #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4 days ago, CPS Communications
Zebra Logo ZTV title slide
🎃 1st grade asked the question, will Pumpkin Jack sink or float? They discussed the hypothesis and created an experiment to prove it to be true or false. The outcome was - it floats! Some students asked if they brought the pumpkin outside would the result be the same? They took the pumpkin outside; the hypothesis turned out to be the same and led to some great thoughts about the air inside the pumpkin. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
4 days ago, CPS Communications
kids sitting on floor looking at pumpkin floating
boy pulling seeds out of pumpkin
kids sitting on ground looking at pumpkin floating
boy sitting on table pulling seeds out of  pumpkin with  whole in the side while other kids watch
🧠 4th grade students 'got cranial' with a Mystery Science Halloween activity. Students learn about the structure and function of their skulls. They combined science with art as they examined their heads and made discoveries about their skulls. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
5 days ago, CPS Communications
students with masks of their cranium
The choir concert was one to remember. Complete with a tribute to the memory and legacy of Commander Murry Estabrook, including patriotic music and a flag presentation by the JROTC in memory. We appreciate everyone who joined us and helped support the music program at CHS. Save the date for December 9th for your next opportunity to hear this talented choir. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
5 days ago, CPS Communications
choir on risers
choir in a semicircle singing
solo with back up singers
accompanist
This is from their website. I will scan the flyer but it doesn't look much better. Cherokee Nation Angel Project will be taking applications at various drive-thru locations beginning Monday, Oct. 18, 2021. 🎄 See details below for locations and times. Remember to please bring the following items with you: 1. Photo ID for Parent/Guardian (guardianship papers if applicable) 2. Proof of address (must live within Cherokee Nation reservation) 3. Proof of income (check stub, social security letter showing the amount, SNAP letter) 5. Email address and phone number for the parent/guardian applying 6. Cherokee Nation citizenship card for each child. Deadline to apply is Nov. 5, 2021. For more information or to apply online, visit https://loom.ly/MUG85T8 Jackie Boyd, CPS JOM Coordinator
5 days ago, CPS Communications
angel project event dates
5th grade students can "Show YOU the Money!" Students in Ms. Anderson and Ms. Bailey's classes at Claremont spent time working with real money in small groups learning how to make change. This experience afforded students real-life, hands-on exposure to how what they are learning now can be used in the near future, and some of them got to use what they learned at the Book Fair! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
5 days ago, CPS Communications
small groups working with real money learning how to make change.