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  1. 1978 General - U.S. Grant High School - Oklahoma City, OK - Annual Yearbook by Yearbook Staff, 1978
  2. Spectrum - 1977 General - U.S. Grant High School - Oklahoma City, OK - Volume 24 - Year Book - Annual by Students and Faculty, 1977
  3. 1976 General - U.S. Grant Hight School - Oklahoma City, OK - Yearbook Annual by Yearbook Staff, 1976
  4. 1975 General - U.S. Grant High School - Oklahoma City OK - Annual Yearbook by Yearbook Staff, 1975
  5. The Social Gospel of E. Nicholas Comfort: Founder of the Oklahoma School of Religion by Robert C. Cottrell, 1997-04
  6. Medical Education in Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma School of Medicine and Medical Center, 1900-31 v. 1 by Mark R. Everett, 1972-12
  7. Rural school consolidation; a bulletin of information issued by the Oklahoma State Board of Education. 1911 ..
  8. Oklahoma's Carlisle Indian School Immortals (Native American Sports Heroes) by Tom Benjey, 2009-07
  9. Guys and Guns Amok: Domestic Terrorism and School Shootings from the Oklahoma City Bombing to the Virginia Tech Massacre (Radical Imagination Series) by Douglas Kellner, 2008-01-31
  10. Repertoire, Authenticity and Introduction: The Presentation of American Indian Music in Oklahoma's Elementary Schools (Native Americans: Interdisciplinary Perspectives) by Robert J. Damm, 2000-05-17
  11. A handbook for English teachers for use in the Oklahoma high schools by Sardis Roy. [from old catalog] Hadsell, 2010-05-13
  12. A History of the Oklahoma State University School of Journalism and Broadcasting (Centennial Histories Series) by Harry E. Heath, 1992-08
  13. School Laws of Oklahoma, 1915 by Oklahoma, 2010-01-05
  14. Oklahoma School for the Deaf

1. Shawnee News-Star: Central Oklahoma's #1 News Source! Flight Schools, General Av
Information about oklahoma education
Shawnee, Oklahoma April 10, 2003 Special Features Shawnee AutoHound Computer Question? Business Services Main Digests Home Tragedy Grips America
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Shawnee Schools
Tri-County Schools Local College State College ... Special Sections Things to Do City Guide TV Listings TV Features and Puzzles Chat Live Online Marketplace Local Web Directory Coupons Shopping Mall Classifieds Flight schools, general aviation reel from attacks NORMAN, Okla. (AP) The uncertainity shows up in the quieter skies over some small airports and the calls to a Norman flight school from students canceling their enrollment. Small planes are flying again in Oklahoma, but general and private aviation may be staggering for some time from the Sept. 11 attacks on the nation. "It's because the whole American population is scared to death," said Brenda Keene, admissions director at Airman Flight School, where some classes have dwindled to half their size since the attacks. The Federal Aviation Administration has lifted restrictions that shut down flight schools and grounded small planes after the terrorist hijackings.

2. Oklahoma City Public Schools
Address/Phone • Calendar • District Highlights • Quick FactsDistrict Profile Welcome to oklahoma City Public schools. We
Address/Phone Calendar District Highlights Quick Facts ...
District Profile
Welcome to Oklahoma City Public Schools.
We are the second largest public school district in the state of Oklahoma and serve more than 40,000 students spanning 184 miles in the greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area.
Each day our students accomplish great feats of educational excellence and prove our mission is working. As you explore this site you will learn all that Oklahoma City Public Schools has to offer our students as well as our community.
Our mission:
Educating Students for Life-Long Learning and Responsible Living. General Information District Schools Board of Education
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3. Welcome To Oklahoma City Public Schools
general district information, schools, news and current events, board of education, educational services and contact information.
OKCPS's Website has moved. We can now be found at Click on the link below or wait 5 seconds for your browser to redirect you. Please remember to update your bookmarks.

4. Oklahoma City Public Schools
Address/Phone • Calendar • District Highlights • Quick Facts Welcometo oklahoma City Public schools. We are the second largest
Address/Phone Calendar District Highlights Quick Facts Welcome to Oklahoma City Public Schools. We are the second largest public school district in the state of Oklahoma and serve more than 40,000 students spanning 184 miles in the greater Oklahoma City metropolitan area.
Each day our students accomplish great feats of educational excellence and prove our mission is working. As you explore this site you will learn all that Oklahoma City Public Schools has to offer our students as well as our community.
Our mission:
Educating Students for Life-Long Learning and Responsible Living. General Information Schools Superintendent/Board of Education
Business Services
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5. Welcome To Wolf Country
general information on the Heavener, oklahoma Public school district, including lunch menus.
Welcome to Wolf Country! Welcome to Heavener Public Schools
P.O. Box 698
West 2nd and Avenue C
Heavener, OK 74937 Our community is located just north of the Ouachita Mountains in Southeastern Oklahoma. Be sure to visit our Community pages to view pictures of the surrounding area. This web site is provided by the Technology Department at Heavener Public Schools.
Teacher Quality Teachers, Please Click Here to access the form to submit your information. Click Here to view the results of the Teacher Quality Form. This page is a non-alphabetized listing of the teachers' qualifications, but will soon be replaced with an alphabetized list. NEW!!! Click Here to view an alphabetized list of teachers who have completed the form. Breaking News (Only available on campus. If it does not work, try upgrading Windows Media Player Student Handbooks and Useful Forms Page New Teacher Movies have been added!!! Read the Acceptable Internet Use Policy Here
Teachers, check this link for email information!!!

6. Home
City Public schools. PO BOX 25428. 900 North Klein. oklahoma City, OK 731250428. Electronic mail. general Information
Our Mission
The mission of the Oklahoma City Public Schools Curriculum and Instruction Department is to provide the content support and professional development opportunities required to effect positively successful, life-long learning for all students and employees.
It is our task to increase student achievement through the development and implementation of rigorous and meaningful curricula; to assist teachers to identify and use the best, research-based teaching methods; and to help teachers and students integrate technology into their daily lives.
Contact Information
Telephone FAX Postal address
Oklahoma City Public Schools
PO BOX 25428
900 North Klein
Oklahoma City, OK 73125-0428
Electronic mail
General Information: pd
Webmaster: pd
This page was last updated on: Friday, March 23, 2001 03:43:22 PM

7. Peterson's - Private Schools Search
Private Secondary schools, •, general Search, •, International Students,Test Preparation, Financial Aid, Articles Resources, oklahoma.

8. Oklahoma Standards For Accreditation Of Schools
Standards for Accreditation. of. oklahoma schools. 2002. Sandy Garrett for Elementary, Middle, Secondary Technology Centers. 1. denotes general provisions of the standard

9. The Oklahoma Mesonet - General Overview
Education. The oklahoma Mesonet provides a unique learning opportunityfor oklahoma schools. Near realtime data are available to
Education The Oklahoma Mesonet provides a unique learning opportunity for Oklahoma schools. Near real-time data are available to public and private schools in Oklahoma for free. Learning activities using Mesonet information range from science and mathematics to economics and communications. Research Mesonet data are used in a host of meteorological, agricultural and hydrological research projects funded by the National Science Foundation, National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the U.S. Departments of Agriculture, Commerce and Energy. In addition, the Mesonet infrastructure is used to support field monitoring activities of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality and the Oklahoma Water Resources Board.
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10. General Interest Schools - The DIRECTory
Looking for information on general Interest schools? Try this! Secondary Resources (oklahoma). general Interest schools. oklahoma City University Deans schools Of Law. oklahoma City,
Internet Business Directory
General Interest Schools Home Parent Category Navigation Select Here (Back) Main Educational Services Subcategories Primary Resources General Interest Schools This space is available for YOUR listing.The listings include a link to your Web site and email box. The listing also includes space for a 50 word description of your business.So get listed today and let us start funneling interested clients your way! Add a Business
Secondary Resources
(Oklahoma) General Interest Schools Oklahoma City University Deans Schools Of Law
Oklahoma City, OK 73106-1402

11. The Oklahoma Mesonet - General Overview
The oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS) at OU receives the observations, verifies areacquired until they become available to customers, including schools.
Overview The Oklahoma Mesonet is a world-class network of environmental monitoring stations. The network was designed and implemented by scientists at the University of Oklahoma (OU) and at Oklahoma State University (OSU).
The Oklahoma Mesonet consists of over 110 automated stations covering Oklahoma. There is at least one Mesonet station in each of Oklahoma's 77 counties.
At each site, the environment is measured by a set of instruments located on or near a 10-meter-tall tower. The measurements are packaged into "observations" every 5 minutes, then the observations are transmitted to a central facility every 15 minutes, 24 hours per day year-round.
The Oklahoma Climatological Survey (OCS) at OU receives the observations, verifies the quality of the data and provides the data to Mesonet customers. It only takes 10 to 20 minutes from the time the measurements are acquired until they become available to customers, including schools.
Definition of "Mesonet" "Mesonet" is a combination of the words "mesoscale" and "network".
In meteorology, "mesoscale" refers to weather events that range in size from a few kilometers to a few hundred kilometers. Mesoscale events last from several minutes to several hours. Thunderstorms and squall lines are two examples of mesoscale events.

12. Oklahoma Aviation Colleges And Schools - OSU
OSU Aviation schools and colleges in oklahoma. lowerdivision general education requirements through one of the community colleges in the Tulsa oklahoma area or flight training and ground schools), Air Traffic Control and
Aviation Management Option
Professional Pilot Option
Technical Service Management Option
THE OSU AVIATION SCIENCES PROGRAM AT OSU-TULSA OKLAHOMA AVIATION SCHOOL The OSU Aviation Sciences degree program is extended to Tulsa Oklahoma and surrounding areas via OSU Tulsa. Although the degree requirements at OSU-Tulsa are identical to that offered on the Stillwater Oklahoma college campus, there are significant differences in the programs. Students must complete the lower-division general education requirements through one of the community colleges in the Tulsa Oklahoma area or transfer credit from another institution. The lower-division aviation school courses (which include the private and commercial pilot with instrument flight training and ground schools), Air Traffic Control and History of Aviation are offered through the Northeast campus of Tulsa Community College A student should have earned approximately 60 hours before entering the Aviation Sciences degree program at OSU-Tulsa Oklahoma college campus . The remaining degree requirements will be completed through OSU-Tulsa Oklahoma college campus. Upper-division courses (3000 and 4000 level courses) not offered through OSU are available through Langston University, Northeastern State University or The University of Oklahoma at

13. Oklahoma State University, Official Athletic Site - General Releases
satellite audience 19 schools or districts Counties Involved 37 In 1999 5155/84schools participating. oklahoma State University general Releases.
Oklahoma State University's
"2000 Best of America" Fact Sheet
When Is It?
Wednesday, April 5, 2000 Time: 10:30 to 12:00 p.m. Where: Oklahoma State University's Lewis Field What Is It? A community outreach program established in 1996. Oklahoma State University recognizes National Student-Athlete Day by reaching out to the children of Oklahoma (specifically 5th grade). Also known as "90 Minutes of Positive Bombardment," positive messages are sent to thousands of children statewide through athletic demonstrations, messages from student leaders, student-athletes, coaches, and nationally recognized role models. Program Information? The program encompasses a variety of ways to spread positive messages such as: 1) Stay In School 2) Believe In Yourself 3) Commit To Excellence 4) Be Substance Free 5) Set Goals 6) Desire, Dedication, Determination. Numbers of People? In 1996: 4700/75 schools participated
In 1996: Satellite audience 38 schools or districts
Counties involved: 37
Volunteers/campus participation: 300
Student-Athlete Participation: 85+
In 1997: 5506/96 schools participating
In 1997: satellite audience: 15 schools or districts
In 1998: 5787/99 schools participating
In 1998: satellite audience: 19 schools or districts Counties Involved: 37 In 1999: 5155/84 schools participating Who Are the Sponsors?

14. Oklahoma State University, Official Athletic Site - General Releases
I went to different elementary schools to explain the program in faculty meetings, Martin said. oklahoma State University general Releases.
OSU Student-Athletes Continue Excellence in Community Service Student-athletes volunteer their time to Stillwater schools. Oct. 12, 1999 STILLWATER, Okla. — This year, Stillwater children will be learning from someone other than their teachers as OSU student-athletes assist elementary school teachers in their lessons. After volunteering over 1,300 hours to the community and state during the 1998-99 academic year, several athletes are planning to continue involvement this year, through Adopt-A-Player, a program in its second year. Adopt-A-Player was started at OSU during the 1998-99 academic year. The program was developed by the Oklahoma State University Athletic Department in conjunction with Stillwater schools. During its pilot year, the program involved 10 student-athletes and two Stillwater elementary schools. This year, however, the program includes all six of the elementary schools in Stillwater and more than 30 student-athletes. The program is designed to match individual student-athletes to individual classrooms. "Once an athlete is assigned to a classroom, they remain in that classroom and work with those students for the whole semester," said Jeff Martin, community outreach assistant for the OSU Athletics Department.

A comprehensive list of legal and general resources from the state of oklahoma. By State. oklahoma. general Resources. Center for Advancement of Science and Technology (District 3) of Comanche County, oklahoma. Many schools, businesses and citizens in our
By State
Oklahoma General Resources
  • Center for Advancement of Science and Technology
  • Comanche County Western District Commissioner's Office Welcome to a Web Site dedicated to providing citizens with useful information about the Western District (District 3) of Comanche County, Oklahoma. Many schools, businesses and citizens in our district are already "on-line" as are a growing number of state agencies. I'm proud of the fact our district was the very first in the state to publish its own web page. Since December 1995, our Web pages have provided information on our district's roads and bridges as well as links to various regional and national internet sites.
  • Conservation Commission Thank you for visiting the Oklahoma Conservation Commission's Homepage. We are very pleased to be able to share information about the programs administered by the Conservation Commission and Oklahoma's 88 Conservation Districts. We will update this site regularly with information we hope will be beneficial in your efforts to conserve Oklahoma's natural resources.
  • Oklahoma Information Server The Oklahoma State Government Information Server offers a variety of resources, focusing largely on government executive and legislative offices, agencies, and public services, with additional information on topics such as agriculture and education.

16. City Of Tecumseh Oklahoma - Just The Facts
bldg 56 Jordan Contractors general Contractor 16 Home 96 Tecumseh Public schools PublicEducation 230. The oklahoma Department of Transportation (Traffic Counts
TECUMSEH HOME CHAMBER HOME HOME CITYHALL ... INFO "Just the Facts" is brought to you by the
Use the index below or scroll through the facts about Tecumseh here. SIZE AND LOCATION
CITY : Tecumseh COUNTY : Pottawatomie STATE : Oklahoma Tecumseh covers 15.15246212 square miles or 9,625 acres. Latitude 35* 15' 28" North Longitude 96* 56' 11" West Elevation 1068' above sea level A map of Tecumseh is available too. Back to Index CLIMATE
  • The average January temperature in Tecumseh is degrees Fahrenheit. The average July temperature in Tecumseh is degrees. The area receives an average of inches of rain annually and inches of snow. The average number of flying days is
Back to Index POPULATION Data from the 1990 population census places the Tecumseh population at 5,750. This is an increase of 12.24% from 1980. 9.79% of total Pottawatomie County population resides in Tecumseh. AREA 1970 1980 1990 2000 City 4,451 5,123 5,750 6,098 County 43,134 55,239 58,760 65,521

17. General Information
As in most states in the United States, property taxes are the backbone of fundingof local government and schools. oklahoma’s property tax with some changes
WHAT IS THE JOB OF THE COUNTY ASSESSOR? The county assessor is responsible for the following:
Lists and maintains records on each piece of taxable real and personal property in Oklahoma County. REAL PROPERTY includes land and buildings. PERSONAL PROPERTY includes business furniture and fixtures, business equipment, business inventory, farm equipment, and manufactured homes. As Oklahoma County Assessor, Mike Means is responsible for the equitable assessment of all taxable properties in Oklahoma County. Individual parcels now number close to 300,000 and cover an area of 720 square miles. An unprecedented amount of this information is now being made available in a variety of formats. Please follow this shortcut to view the Assessors Records Reproduction Policy. Public access to these records is also available in the Edmond Satellite office. Click Here Records Reproduction Policy.
Determines fair market value annually for homes, businesses and other taxable property in Oklahoma County. Fair market value may go up or down depending on the real estate market in the county. Notifies property owners of any increase in the fair market value of their property.

18. House Legislation Affecting Oklahoma Education
certain revenue be deposited in the general fund; defining HB2625 An Act relatingto schools; directing the Board of Education and the oklahoma Commission for
First Session of the 48th Legislature (2001)
Oklahoma House of Representatives
Senate education bills are here.
The text of each bill and its status may be found on the Oklahoma Legislature's Web site. Latest Action on House Education Bills
Latest Action on Education Bills - March 6, 2003
An Act relating to schools; authorizing certain historical documents to be posted; allowing religious materials in such documents; prohibiting certain censorship; authorizing the posting of the national motto "In God We Trust"; specifying dimensions; defining term; providing for codification; and providing an effective date. (House Amended, Committee Substitute)
Effective Date: 11/01/2003 Emergency: No
Principal Authors: Claunch, Forrest (H); Reynolds, Jim (S)
Status: Senate Introduced Status Date:
An act relating to schools; requiring State Board of Education to adopt rules to allow district boards of education to except certain transfer students from out of state from certain high school graduation requirements; requiring district boards of education to make certain report to State Department of Education; providing for codification; and declaring an emergency.
Effective Date: / / Emergency: Yes
Principal Authors: McCarter, Ray (H); Crutchfield, Johnnie C. (S)

19. Anderson Public Schools - General Information
Anderson Public schools general Information 17501 W. Anderson Road Sand Springs,oklahoma 74063 918245-0289 Fax 918-245-3931 Max Myers, Superintendent.
Anderson Public Schools
General Information
17501 W. Anderson Road
Sand Springs, Oklahoma 74063
918-245-0289 Fax 918-245-3931 Max Myers, Superintendent Anderson School is located 7 miles west of Sand Springs, Oklahoma. We are an Osage County Dependent School serving grades pre-kindegarten through Sixth. Anderson School was founded by Emma Anderson in 1897. The first school house was a one room frame building. The building at this time consists of 17 Classrooms, Library, Computer Lab, Gym, School Office and the Cafeteria. A bond issue was passed in September 1999. It includes construction of four classrooms, two bathrooms, a stage, remodeling of the gym and two buses. Extra curricular activities include basketball for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grades, Band.

20. SOSU: Music Department: General Information
Department of Music. Located in Durant.Category Regional North America Music Education...... Southeastern is one of only three oklahoma regional institutions whose is fully accreditedby the National Association of schools of Music. general Information
Music at Southeastern
Southeastern Oklahoma State University
A Place For You:
There's a place for you in the Department of Music at Southeastern Oklahoma State University. Southeastern is one of only three Oklahoma regional institutions whose program is fully accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music. If you choose to do intensive study in music and want to devote your life's work to the field, or if you are serious about music but do not particularly want to make a career in it, then Southeastern is the place for you. If you have actively participated in high school ensembles and want to continue your growth as a musician, then Southeastern is the place for you. You will find Southeastern's highly trained and experienced music faculty takes a genuine interest in helping you succeed in your music education. You will have the opportunity to study with an internationally known composer, a featured soloist on a recently released compact disc, a distinguished soloist for vocal recital and oratorio performances, a certified Orff-Schulwerk specialist, and a conductor/educator who has international conducting experience. The music faculty is in constant demand to serve as adjudicators, clinicians, and guest conductors. If you are considering a career in music or just want to participate at a high level, Southeastern is the place for you!!!

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