Students in French Immersion Program impress native French high schoolers
“Bonjour, je m’appelle Emma,” a small voice echoed through the halls of Reagan Elementary school early Thursday morning. Emma, a kindergartner at Reagan, slowly and shyly stepped outside her classroom door to introduce herself and ...
Essay contest announced
What will the Oklahoma environment be like in 40 years? The Cleveland County Conservation District, in partnership with the University of Oklahoma Lean Institute and OU Writing Center, asks writers to consider this question in “The Earth ...
Author Kevin Carroll inspires students to ‘do,’ not just ‘talk’
Can you really make a difference, no matter how old you are? Eighth-grader Ivy Emerson said she believed she could after listening to author Kevin Carroll and considering what inspires her. Carroll, acclaimed author of the “Rules of the ...
In a brief news story announcing Higher Education Hall of Fame inductees for 2013, it was incorrectly stated that inductees were University of Oklahoma students. Inductees OU include Dr. Nancy Mergler, Dr. DeWayne Andrews and Dr. Donna ...
CASP joins Lights On Afterschool
The Community After School Program announced Tuesday that it will partner with the Afterschool Alliance and dozens of other national organizations on Thursday in organizing more than 9,000 rallies around the country in support of ...
President’s Associates Dinner postponed
The University of Oklahoma President’s Associates Dinner featuring John Brennan, originally scheduled for Tuesday, has been postponed. Brennan was going to speak on “Security Challenges Facing America.” Brennan is the director of the ...
Voices come together for citywide concert
More than 1,000 fifth-grade voices will join together in musical harmony Thursday for the fifth-grade All City Choir Concert. The concert will begin at 7 p.m. at the Lloyd Noble Center. The theme is “Shine On Me.” Students will perform ...
MNTC offers small business webinar
Moore Norman Technology Center’s Business Development Center will host a webinar Monday titled “Predicting Your Success as an Entrepreneur.” The hour-long webinar, led by Randall Wohl, president of Stone Resources LLC, and Greg Kieson, ...
Author of ‘Healing the Addicted Brain’ to speak at Parents Helping Parents meeting
Harold C. Urschel, III, MD, a nationally recognized addiction psychiatrist and New York Times best-selling author of “Healing the Addicted Brain,” will be speak at the Norman Chapter of Parents Helping Parents at 7 p.m. Oct. 24 at the ...
Walking Classroom Institute donates core curriculum materials to schools
The Walking Classroom Institute announced on Thursday that it donated program materials worth $75,000 to 25 public elementary school classrooms in 17 states. Little Axe Elementary School, 2000 168th Ave. NE, was selected as a donation ...
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