TODAY is ZAP during Encore! CHS students will meet with their Zebra Advisement Program teacher to discuss how they have the power to effect change and how to use that personal power to positively influence others. They will also have some time to work on their ICAP (Individual Career Academic Plan)! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
ZAP Today
It may be the beginning of the block but it's not too early to get ahead or too late to catch up. Remember CHS has FREE tutoring for our students during the week. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
CHS Tutoring Monday - Thursday
As technology advances in nearly all fields, the demand for highly skilled workers is at an all-time high. That’s why awareness and advocating for education that thinks outside the box and gives students real-world skills and a direct path to a good-paying job is becoming more critical than ever. Tomorrow all our sophomores will see first-hand what programs our local career-tech has to offer them. Students can attend for free during their 11th & 12th-grade year. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
NTC Sophomore Showcase
AP EXAM REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN /o/chs/page/ap-testing--3
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
AP Exam Registration Now Open
Lady Zebra Volleyball advances to next round of the state tournament .Come out at 5:30p tonight to cheer them on to the championship round at Catoosa High School. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Lady zebras move onto the next round in the state tournament.
This is community! Mrs. Hutchins' class at Catalayah is supporting the Lady Zebra Volleyball players today! Last week they made them cards of encouragement as they chase their dreams to a State Title. Remember to put on your #ZEBRARED and fill the stand with your #CPSZEBRAPRIDE! Round 1 begins at 10AM at Catoosa High School!
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Volleyball State
Volleyball State
Inquiry-based learning is vital to preparing our students for their future careers. Mrs. Kellie Dixon's science class at WRJH is completing a lab testing and checking for density. There is more to it than "Does it float?" Knowing the density of a material helps determine the mass and volume, all of which are vital measurements in all industries. Right here in NEOK we have several industries that revolve around this scientific principle, GRDA, McClellan-Kerr Navigation System, and Hydrohoist, to name a few. These businesses employ hundreds of our citizens and maybe one of these students in a few years. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Mr. Dixon's class studies density
Nothing is more exciting to a grade school student than the Book Fair. It's a tradition at Claremore FFA to help bring even more joy to a first-grade class each year when the book fair comes to town. Today Claremore FFA purchased each student a $5 book, read it with them, and then spent some time hanging out with a particular student at Roosa Elementary. It's incredible the joy this small act of kindness brings my students as well as the first-grade students. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Claremore FFA Reads with Roosa
Claremore FFA Reads with Roosa
Claremore FFA Reads with Roosa
Mrs. Cox's Geography class at WRJH made a human timeline today while studying the Russian Revolution. Using a human timeline explores the 'thinking for yourself' approach to timelines. Students actively involved in engaging their creativity through props, pictures, costumes, which makes this strong visual activity memorable. 'Memorability' is vital - if students don't remember an activity, they can't re-use what they've covered. The most productive timeline work involves children being physically and mentally engaged. It allows students to use a variety of learning styles to learn dates, places, and events in history. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Mrs. Cox's Geography class at WRJH made a human timeline today while studying the Russian Revolution.
Mrs. Cox's Geography class at WRJH made a human timeline today while studying the Russian Revolution.
Rotary Club of Claremore is preparing for the 32nd Annual Rotary Chili Supper on Friday, November 1, from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Claremore High School cafeteria. Tickets are $5.00 and include chili, dessert, and drink. With the purchase of a ticket, you will be entered into a drawing for the pictured Zebra quilt (need not be present to win). All proceeds benefit the Claremore Public Schools Foundation. Tickets are available from any Rotary Club member, at the door or the Claremore Public Schools Foundation office. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Rotary annual Chili Supper benefits Claremore Public School Foundation
Are you wondering what we did with those pumpkins WRJH students carried in all last week? The 6th-grade science classes had a pumpkin lab showing the carrying capacity, limiting factor, and biotic potential of pumpkins. And got a little messy in the process! This is what we call "hands-on" learning! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
6th-grade science classes had a pumpkin lab
6th-grade science classes had a pumpkin lab
6th-grade science classes had a pumpkin lab
Mrs. Ritter's 5th-grade science class at, Catalayah, makes some waves this week. What a fun way to learn the beginning principles of how sound waves have a wavelength. Using jump ropes, students could create a high pitch and low pitch sound wave, allowing them to see, hear, and feel this concept come to life. Waves are used for many reasons in our society: sonar, reading glasses, light bulbs, stereo equipment, and lasers all rely on either sound or light waves. For engineers to develop new (and already used) technology, they must understand how light and sound waves work and how to use them in new devices. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Mrs. Ritter's 5th-grade science class at, Catalayah,  makes some waves this week.
Mrs. Ritter's 5th-grade science class at, Catalayah,  makes some waves this week.
Mrs. Ritter's 5th-grade science class at, Catalayah,  makes some waves this week.
Mrs. Ritter's 5th-grade science class at, Catalayah,  makes some waves this week.
Parents & fans... if you are NOT on Fall Break and want to cheer on our Boys of Fall, you can check out our matinee stream on ClaremoreZebra.TV. We go live @ 11:55am. Kickoff at Noon. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRArRSn9zZqtgYFQ8g2aarQ You can also watch on Channel 3 with a replay at 3:30 PM. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
CPS has produced one astronaut, and we may have some future ones in our midst. In Mrs. Rahn's Exploration class, students are building Mars Rovers and Landers. Assuming the role of NASA aerospace engineers, they will use the engineering design process to learn steps for designing, creating, and improving equipment. What a creative way to develop an understanding of the role of troubleshooting, research and development, invention and innovation, and experiment in problem-solving for our students. Upon completion of this project, students will be incorporating their writing skills as they construct an essay for the NASA contest to name the next Mars Rover! Who knows, maybe one of these students could be the next Stuart Roosa or Shannon Lucid, both astronauts from Oklahoma. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Mrs. Rahn's Exploration class, students are building Mars Rovers and Landers.
Mrs. Rahn's Exploration class, students are building Mars Rovers and Landers.
Mrs. Rahn's Exploration class, students are building Mars Rovers and Landers.
Mrs. Rahn's Exploration class, students are building Mars Rovers and Landers.
CHS Lady Zebra Volleyball (No. 5) will make their third consecutive trip to the STATE TOURNAMENT on Monday, October 21st at 10AM at Catoosa HS vs Coweta (No. 4). BIG GAME - BIG MOVES - BIG CROWD NO SCHOOL - NO EXCUSES - BE THERE #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Volleyball State Tournament
Claremore High School Cross Country leading the pack at Walnut Park! Check out those Zebras run: https://youtu.be/SSlNwk2tjaM #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Guest speakers often allow students the opportunity to learn new things, to be exposed to fresh perspectives, and to gain instruction from a guest's real-life experiences. They usually are experts in their field or have more experience in a particular subject, which allows them to dive deeper into their topic. Claremont had several guest speakers in the building last week. Renetta Harrison educated 4th-grade students on healthy choices. Mr. Tim Gilliam provided students with musical enrichment, and the Claremore Fire Department taught all on fire safety. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Claremont Elementary hosts guest speakers.
Claremont Elementary hosts guest speakers.
Claremont Elementary hosts guest speakers.
Claremont Elementary hosts guest speakers.
Roosa Elementary received an updated plaque sticker as a Great Expectation Model School. Roosa has been a Great Expectations Model School for the past 18 years! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
Roosa Elementary Great Expectations School
Congratulations CHS Zebra Volleyball! Regional Champions and STATE BOUND! Great job Ladies. Bring home the GOLD! Next weeks tournament is at Catoosa plan to go and support the Zebras! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, Bryan Frazier
At WRJH Mrs. Miller's Art classes, students are assigned a word of the week. After sketching the lettering, the student chose a color for their monochromatic color scheme. Shading each letter in a different media, they experimented with colored pencil, crayon, watercolor, pastel chalk, oil pastel, yarn, ribbon, and fabric. The students then fill the background with complementary colors on the color wheel. Check out our word of the week color chain! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
over 1 year ago, CPS Communications
In Mrs. Miller's Art classes, students were assigned a word of the week.
In Mrs. Miller's Art classes, students were assigned a word of the week.
In Mrs. Miller's Art classes, students were assigned a word of the week.
In Mrs. Miller's Art classes, students were assigned a word of the week.