Education

  Eisenhower Elementary students write cards for local veteran

Teacher tells students MLK assassination was ‘complete fabrication,’ NC parent says

Eisenhower HS holds Black History Month celebration

Students from St. Mary’s Catholic school win award in Texas robotics competition

GPTC students working to sell student built house

Father sues bullies after son named ‘most likely to shoot up school’

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School districts cancel classes over flu, absences

Teacher, aides punished children with autism using dark bathroom, loud whistle, investigators say

Boy with autism intentionally locked out of school by principal, mother says

Record percentage of students earn Oklahoma’s Promise grant

FFA students in SW Oklahoma receive visit from state FFA officers

Charges dropped against former WFISD principal for failing to report abuse

  Lawton Public School’s presents MLK Celebration

Lift Your Voice was created to help promote Martin Luther King's message, and show off the diversity around the Lawton Community.

Fletcher voters to cast ballot on six year $810,000 school bond

An $810,000 school bond is up for a vote in Fletcher this coming Tuesday.

Altus residents to vote on two school bonds

The Altus Public School Board voted Wednesday to send two school bond propositions to a public vote.

LPS storm shelter construction underway

Safe room construction is underway for seven elementary schools in Lawton.

  Community comes together to participate in Red Tulip program

Oklahoma teacher facing multiple counts related to child sex abuse

Lawton Public Schools’ Indian Education Program holds open meeting

Local schools districts to receive $250k to improve safety

Cameron University hosting ‘CU Become a Teacher’ workshops

Meet the candidates: State Superintendent of Education

  Local students get scholarships through Opportunity Scholarship Fund

A group that helps lower-income students attend private schools presented a check for $14,000 to Lawton Academy of Arts and Sciences on Tuesday.

Students take place in pre-engineering day at the Great Plains Technology Center

Students from across southwest Oklahoma got the chance to learn more about pre-engineering Monday at an event at the Great Plains Technology Center.

Elgin officials say threat to school resolved

A threat written on a bathroom wall was mitigated by officials and school went on as normal on Monday.

Report: Oklahoma school consolidation could save $27M

Oklahoma had 525 school districts that served about 700,000 students last year, which is about three times the number of districts in other states with a similar enrollment size, the report found.

LPS says they need more substitute teachers

Lawton Public Schools is looking for more substitute teachers in anticipation of a busy flu season.

LPS Foundation raises over $24,000 for teachers

Officials with the foundation say the money raised at the event will be used for teacher grants and to help give additional resources to the district for things that funding doesn't cover.

  Freedom Elementary School named one of America’s healthiest schools

Freedom Elementary School on Fort Sill has been named one of America's healthiest schools by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation.

‘It looks like they’re in jail’: TX students in detention wear orange shirts, clean windows

The superintendent stopped the practice, saying staff didn’t get it approved by the district, and students will return to serving detention in a classroom setting.

OK voters to decide public school funding measure in November

State Question 801 would allow local school boards the ability to use existing property tax funds for things like teacher pay and textbooks without raising taxes.

Altus teacher among finalist for Oklahoma Teacher of the Year

Jessica Robinson teaches AP literature and social studies at AHS. She has been a teacher at AHS for six years.