Claremore Public Schools is continually committed to developing an atmosphere of trust among parents and the community in our ability to provide not only a positive and enriching educational experience but a safe place for students to thrive. That is why we have partnered with Family Zone, a leading provider of cyber safety products and education, to ensure your kids are cyber safe while at school. Claremore Public Schools is already using Family Zone to block inappropriate content and to identify red flag search terms from students. As a parent or caregiver of our school district, you receive free access to the Family Zone Cyber Safety Hub, which includes articles, videos, courses, and more. Click “sign up” below to get ongoing materials and education from the platform we trust to manage cyber safety across our entire district. Our #TechTipTuesday is to go online and create an account with this FREE resource to help keep you informed about your child's online activity and the latest updates on website, apps an more. https://claremorek12.familyzone.com/ #CPSZEBRAPRIDE As a parent or caregiver of our school district, you receive free access to the Family Zone Cyber Safety Hub, which includes articles, videos, courses, and more. As a parent or caregiver of our school district, you receive free access to the Family Zone Cyber Safety Hub, which includes articles, videos, courses, and more.
18 days ago, CPS Communications
Cyber Safety at school and at home
Tech Tip Tuesday
How do you incorporate an English lesson with kickball?⚽ Mrs. Black's class did a review KICKBALL game over verb moods, active & passive voice, analogies, and gerunds/participle/infinitives to help prepare them for state testing. If they got the review question correct, they got to kick. If they got it wrong, it counted as an out for their team! Can you tell which team won? #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
18 days ago, WRJH Communications
kickball
✨Staff Spotlight✨ My name is Heather Lohmann. I was born and raised in Alva, Oklahoma. I graduated from Alva High School in 2006. After high school, I attended Northwestern Oklahoma State University where I received my Bachelor of Science in Education. This year is my 11th year in the classroom and I have had the opportunity to teach everything from 6th grade math to trigonometry. I will be getting married on June 19th, 2021. My fiancé is the Dean of Students at Edison Middle School and coaches football for Edison High school. We have two English bulldogs and one crazy cat. This is my 11th year in the classroom and I have had the opportunity to teach everything from 6th grade math to Trigonometry. I taught 6th grade math last year before moving to 8th grade math this year at Will Rogers Junior High. I love inspiring my students and challenging them to reach their full potential. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
19 days ago, WRJH Communications
STAFF SPOTLIGHT
What is the best way to connect ecosystems? Watching the original Lion King!🦁 Mrs. Worley's classes are learning about ecosystems in 7th grade Science. Connecting students with relatable content helps to understand and retain the knowledge. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
19 days ago, WRJH Communications
lion king worley class
lion king
lion king
✨Staff Spotlight✨ My name is Rhonda Bart and I teach 6th grade math at WRJH. I was born and raised in Claremore. My husband and I have been married for 27 years and have 3 amazing children. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Elementary Education from Oklahoma State University and my Master’s Degree in Middle School Math and Science from the University of Tulsa. This is my 28th year of teaching. I teach because throughout my years as a student in Claremore Public Schools, I had many teachers who believed in me and worked hard to help me succeed. I want to be that teacher for my students. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
22 days ago, WRJH Communications
STAFF SPOTLIGHT
In Mrs. Boyd's Native American Club, students made corn husk dolls. Corn husk dolls have been made by Northeastern Native Americans for more than a thousand years, since the beginning of corn agriculture. They would soak the dried corn husks in water to make the dolls for their children to play with while they did their work. Native American Club meets weekly after school. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
23 days ago, WRJH Communications
native american club
We've had a great season for Choir! 🎶 Emmalynn Roberts made Children's All State as a Soprano 1. She is our first 6th grader to make Children's All State! She participated in a virtual conference and videoed her performance and choreography to submit for a virtual performance. Way to go, Emmalynn! Elyson Trosky is a 7th grader who made OCDA Junior High All State. She came to school on a weekend to participate in a virtual conference with the best Junior High singers in the state of Oklahoma led by a world class clinician. She also video'd her performance and submitted for a virtual choir performance. What an accomplishment! Congratulations! We are so proud of you! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
24 days ago, WRJH Communications
choir
WIN (What I Need) class is a 30 minute class where all students have targeted instruction based on their needs in Math and English. In Ms. Blankenship's WIN class, students did a text structure sort. They worked in groups to sort on paper before sorting digitally on their own. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
24 days ago, WRJH Communications
WHAT I  NEED
How often do you work out your brain? 🧠 Mrs. Lee's sixth-grade English class is practicing reading stamina- reading for a long period of time without becoming distracted. Using this brain power helps with comprehension and focus. What is your reading stamina? 🕢 #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
25 days ago, WRJH Communications
READING
What would you do if you were trapped in a cenote and only had a few minutes to escape? Mrs. Rice's Geography class had to figure that out! The students discovered that they had been trapped in a cenote by the Mayan Rain God. In order to escape, they had to decipher codes to unlock five different locks. All while learning about Mayan territory, culture, symbols, etc. Did they succeed? Did they escape? The answers are in the pictures! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
26 days ago, WRJH Communications
ESCAPE ROOM
ESCPE ROOM
✨Staff Spotlight✨ My name is Tommy Rogers. I am from Sand Springs, Ok. I went to college at Ft. Hays State University and Northwestern Oklahoma State University for my undergraduate and received my masters at Southwestern Oklahoma State University. I have been teaching and coaching for nine years! My why is very simple: the kids. I want to be a positive role model for the children in our hallways. I attempt to build relationships with every student within the school. I would not be where I am today if it were not for all of my past teachers and coaches! I hope to have the same impact on my kids as my former teachers and coaches have had on me. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
26 days ago, WRJH Communications
STAFF SPOTLIGHT
Remember to SPRING FORWARD! Daylight Saving Time gives us the opportunity to make better use of the natural daylight. Over the past 100 years, Daylight Savings Time has seen several changes on how it has been observed. Who knew that an hour could make such a difference in our lives? #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
28 days ago, CPS Communications
Remember to SPRING FORWARD!
‼Reminder to 6th grade parents‼ All students entering 7th grade - traditional or virtual - must have their Tdap booster. Spring is a great time to schedule that appointment! #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
29 days ago, WRJH Communications
tdap booster
What do you do when two junior high boys challenge you to a push up contest? You show them how it's done! 💪 Mr. Young=70 Student=50 #ZEBRASTRONG #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
29 days ago, WRJH Communications
MR YOUNG PUSH UPS
What do you do right before spring break, to keep the students engaged? A marshmallow challenge! Mrs. Lohmann's math class was challenged to sketch out and then build the tallest free standing tower that would support a large marshmallow on the top. They had to work in groups, learn what materials were stronger than others, how engineering failures can happen, and techniques of different materials. The materials were spaghetti noodles, one yard of string, and one yard of tape. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 month ago, WRJH Communications
MARSHMALLOW CHALLENGE
Congratulations to the following 8th Grade Band students for their performance at the OSSAA District Solo and Ensemble contest at Claremore High School Saturday: Logan Henson-Tenor Saxophone-Excellent rating Andrew Hunt-Flute-Superior rating McKinley Mendes-Clarinet-Superior rating Josiah Miller-Trumpet-Superior rating Bryce Rhoades-Tuba-Superior rating 🎷🎺🎷🎺 Way to go! 🎉 #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 month ago, WRJH Communications
band performance
✨Staff Spotlight✨ My name is Michael Davis. I grew up in Chouteau, Ok and went to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M after graduating high school. I received my associates degree there, then went on to Oklahoma State University where I received my bachelors degree in secondary education. I have been teaching at WRJH for 5 years. I became a teacher to make a positive difference in the lives of our students and spark their interest in learning about the world around them. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 month ago, WRJH Communications
STAFF SPOTLIGHT
TODAY IS THE DEADLINE TO ORDER Meal for Spring Break Spring Break Meals will be available for all children from March 15-21. Meals will be provided for seven (7) days. Pick up will be on Monday and Thursday to manage product quality and help relieve storage issues for our families with multiple students. 🍽 Monday 3/15/2021 (receive meals for Mon/Tues/Wed) 🍽 Thursday 3/18/2021 (receive meals for Thurs/Fri/Sat/Sun) Order here: https://forms.gle/VdzeZmaqnDf7thmH7 🗹 ORDER DEADLINE: Wednesday March 10, 2021 🗹 PICK UP LOCATION: Pick up all meals at the Enrollment Center (101 W. 11th Street) 🗹 Pick Up TIME: 10:30 AM and 12:30 PM REMINDER - these meals are available to ALL children 18 years of age and younger, including siblings of school age children. Read more on our website: https://www.claremore.k12.ok.us/page/child-nutrition. Contact: jragland@claremore.k12.ok.us or 918-923-4243 #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 month ago, CPS Communications
Order your spring break meals today
The Claremore Public School Foundational is hiring an Executive Director The perfect candidate will be organized, have great communication skills and be passionate about supporting the students and teachers of the Claremore Public School District. The rest can be learned! 🍎$26,000-$30,000 per year 🍎30 hrs per week 🍎Schedule follows the CPS calendar breaks and snow days 🍎12 month position with summer flexibility 🍎Generous paid time off Please email your resume to kym@4claborns.com or message this page with any questions or to receive a job description. #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 month ago, CPS Communications
public republic public school foundation is hiring an executive director.
🎗JOIN THE FIGHT! Order today! Cancer may feel like someone else's fight if you have not experienced it in your own life. But CHS has decided THEIR FIGHT IS OUR FIGHT! Over the past four years, the ZUAC (Zebras United Against Cancer) Committee has helped raise over 9K to help our ZEBRA family members fighting this disease directly. We have supported students & employees with Lymphoma, Prostate Cancer, Leukemia, Ewings Sarcoma, Breast Cancer, & Pancreatic Cancer in our elementary schools, our junior high, and our high school. We have experienced this disease as a family district-wide. This is why our theme this year is "THEIR FIGHT IS OUR FIGHT" because family takes care of family. Although all our clubs contribute to the fundraising, the ZUAC t-shirt sales are the largest part of our efforts. We hope you will be a part of showing our #CPSZEBRPRIDE and giving hope to our ZEBRA family members. Zebras United Against Cancer t-shirt now on sale. Order online here https://cheap-tee.com/claremore_zuac_21/shop/home Print an order form https://bit.ly/3kJ3pSH Thank you! 2020-21 ZUAC Committee Caroline Cowherd, Cash Flegal, Brooklyn Boatman, and Leah Kruger #CPSZEBRAPRIDE
about 1 month ago, CPS Communications
CHS Zebras United Against Cancer - Shirt ON SALE NOW