Education notebook: TPS child nutrition program offering breakfasts and lunches | Education

Education notebook: TPS child nutrition program offering breakfasts and lunches | Education

Have nuggets, will journey: Tulsa Public Schools’ little one vitamin program will supply 5 days’ value of breakfasts and lunches Tuesday at six websites throughout the district.

Meals might be out there for pickup from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at College Bound Academy, the previous Grimes Elementary School at 56th Street and Harvard Avenue, McLain High School, Webster Middle and High School, Will Rogers College Middle and High School, and Ross Child Nutrition at 8934 E. Latimer St.

Families shouldn’t have to deliver their kids with them to choose up the meals however might want to present some type of scholar identification or documentation exhibiting a mum or dad/little one relationship if their kids are usually not current.

Similar occasions are additionally scheduled for July 26, Aug. 2 and Aug. 9.

Check in and verify up: McLain High School and Monroe Demonstration Academy are co-hosting neighborhood occasions from 4-6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday at parks throughout north Tulsa. Along with enrollment assist, households can signal college students up for sports activities and get college provides and uniforms for 2022-23.

School representatives might be at Chamberlain Park on Monday, O’Brien Park on Tuesday, Springdale Park on Wednesday and B.C. Franklin Park on Thursday.

Menu costs set: With the common free college meal waiver set to lapse in mid-August, Union Public Schools has set its college meal costs for 2022-23.

Full value breakfast is $1.40 for college students and $2 for adults throughout all campuses. The full value for lunch ranges from $2.20 for elementary college students to $4.15 for adults. Reduced value breakfasts are 30 cents, and diminished value lunches are 40 cents for college students.

Applications without spending a dime or diminished value college meals can be found on-line at or on the district’s Education Service Center.

Scholarship recipient: Michelle Woolridge, a May graduate of Booker T. Washington High School, is one in every of 247 college students nationwide to be named a 2022 Stamps Scholar.

Recipients are chosen by their universities primarily based on their grades, management expertise and dedication to service. Along with funds to cowl the estimated complete price of 4 years’ value of undergraduate tuition, Stamps Scholars additionally obtain funds to cowl tutorial {and professional} improvement alternatives, comparable to study-abroad applications and internships.

Woolridge will attend the University of Missouri beginning this fall.

School clothes help: The Cherokee Nation introduced Monday that it’ll broaden eligibility for its college clothes help program to any Cherokee citizen age 19-22 who’s enrolled in highschool, faculty or vocational college.

An candidates should be an enrolled Cherokee Nation citizen as of July 7 and be capable of present proof of each tribal and tutorial enrollment. The program, which already provides $150 in clothes help for Cherokees youthful than age 18, doesn’t have revenue or residency necessities.

Applications are due by 5 p.m. July 29 by the tribe’s on-line portal,

The Cherokee Nation will host a neighborhood sign-up occasion from 10 a.m. to five p.m. Monday in Claremore at its Housing Authority workplace, 23205 S. Highway 66, for households that shouldn’t have entry to a pc or dependable Internet service.

Similar occasions are scheduled for July 26 on the Cherokee Nation Tag Office in Catoosa and July 28 on the Cherokee Nation Housing Authority in Bartlesville and the tribe’s Career Services Office in Muskogee.

School board calendar: The boards of schooling for Bartlesville, Broken Arrow, Catoosa, Glenpool, Liberty and Owasso have conferences scheduled for Monday.

— Lenzy Krehbiel-Burton, Tulsa World

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