Norman School Board to meet Monday
The Norman Public Schools’ Board of Education will vote on three agenda items at a regular school board meeting Monday night. The board will meet at the Administrative Services Center, 131 S. Flood Ave., at 5 p.m....
Roosevelt Elementary hosts record-setting Seussical celebration
Red and white, for one and all. They were dressed to the nines in hats so tall. Stripes here, stripes there. Stripes everywhere. Roosevelt Elementary teachers, students and staff came together with more than 700 “Cat in the Hat” hats to ...
District will not adjust calendar for March snow days
Norman Public Schools announced Wednesday that the snow days taken by the district on Monday and Tuesday would be made up by the district using accumulated, additional instructional minutes to the school day. These additional minutes have ...
School board to conduct special meeting
Norman Public Schools Board of Education will conduct a special board meeting at 5 tonight at the Administrative Services Center, 131 S. Flood Ave....
Schools closed, OU delayed
Officials announced late Monday afternoon that Norman and Moore public schools will remain closed today....
PLAC to discuss school testing
The Oklahoma Central Parent Legislative Action Committee (PLAC) will discuss testing at its fifth forum tonight. “High Stake Testing — It’s Impact on Students, Schools and Educators” will be at 7 p.m. at Norman Public Schools ...
Hibdon Tires honored
Hibdon Tires Plus was honored with a Partners for Progress Award by the Oklahoma Association of Career and Technology Education and Moore Norman Technology Center during the annual OkACTE Business and Industry Day at the Capitol last week....
Norman Kiwanis Club honors Students of Month
The Norman Kiwanis Club recognized two Moore Norman Technology Center students as February Students of the Month during their regular meeting this week. The students represent Business & Information Technology and Health areas of study at ...
Group of teens raises funds to help Moore student
Four local teenagers are proving you don’t have to be an adult, rich or more than an average citizen to create hope and give back to those in need. Kelsey Smith, Southmoore High School, Ashley Morris, Westmoore High School, Seyanna Smith, ...
Norman students named Academic All-State Scholars
The Oklahoma Foundation of Excellence has announced that four Norman high school students have been named 2014 Oklahoma Academic All-State Scholars....
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