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Local students make the grade
Norman Public Schools has released the most recent honor rolls. Click a school to see if you know a student who made the grade.
Stacy Ford named 2014 Norman schools Teacher of the Year during banquet
Stacy Ford, Kennedy Elementary librarian, was named 2014 Norman Public Schools Teacher of the Year at the district’s annual Celebration of Excellence banquet Tuesday evening at the National Center for Employee Development....
Local student to attend arts camp
Kate Kemmet, 15, of Norman, has been accepted and will attend Interlochen Arts Camp. Kemmet, the daughter of Rob and Lori Kemmet, will study musical theater at the Camp....
Middle school to host benefit
From 6 to 9 a.m. Friday, Irving Middle School will host a benefit pancake breakfast and silent auction for Kathy Vanderburg....
More than 1,000 Norman students unable to complete standardized exams due to problems
More than one thousand Norman students who were scheduled to take at least one standardized exam Monday have been delayed in exam completion. For the second consecutive year, standardized testing was disrupted across the state due to ...
Robin Hill to educate community about severe weather safety
Robin Hill Public School will host a “Severe Weather Safety Community Event” at 6:30 p.m. May 1 in the school’s gym, 4801 E. Franklin Road. The event is free and open to the public....
Hope Trunk travels to Norman
The rustle of paper could be heard as students meticulously folded one crane, then another and another Friday afternoon. After reading the inspiring story, “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes,” Cleveland Elementary School fifth graders ...
Little Axe students eligible for GEAR UP University
Little Axe Public School students entering the ninth-12th grade in the fall 2014 are eligible to apply to GEAR UP University, a summer academic and leadership program available only to 24 state school districts during June 2014....
Record number of NPS students selected for Duke program
A record number of Norman Public Schools seventh-graders have been selected for Duke University’s Talent Identification Search for State and National Recognition. Fifty-one students were identified via a competitive testing process for ...
Free Employment Law webinar offered by MNTC
On May 6, Moore Norman Technology Center’s Business Development Center will host a free webinar titled “Employment Law — The Basics.” The hourlong webinar, led by Robert Norman, Esq., attorney with Cheek & Falcone PLLC, and Greg Kieson, ...
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