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  • Teacher for a Day!          

    One of the best ways to educate and inform your legislators, business and community leaders about your schools is to invite them into your classrooms to see the great teaching and learning that goes on every day. » Read More
  • National School Breakfast Week 2017—March 6-10          

    Mark your calendar for National School Breakfast Week! This year’s theme, “Take the School Breakfast Challenge,” encourages parents, students and school officials to start their morning with a healthy breakfast. » Read More
  • Oklahoma Association of National Honor Society          

    Del City High School will be hosting the 2017 National Honor Society State Conference on February 17, 2017. » Read More
  • NEPC Resources on Schools of Opportunity          

    The 2017 Schools of Opportunity application cycle has launched. Building on the success of the past two years, the National Education Policy Center at CU Boulder will again recognize public high schools that are creating remarkable opportunities to learn for all their students. » Read More
  • Breakfast in the Classroom Grants Available for Oklahoma Schools          

    Do you want to increase breakfast consumption among schoolchildren and spark the academic and nutritional gains associated with the morning meal through the implementation of breakfast in the classroom?
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  • Partners for Breakfast In the Classroom          

    Since 2010, the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom have successfully expanded alternative school breakfast programs with schools in 36 school districts and 18 states to provide breakfast to over 63,000 additional low-income students.

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  • Food Research and Action Council          

    The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) is the leading national nonprofit organization working to improve public policies and public-private partnerships to eradicate hunger and undernutrition in the United States.  » Read More
  • Athletic Trainer Grant          

    As part of its commitment to promote athlete health and safety at all levels of sport, the NFL Foundation has launched a pilot grant program to provide funding to public high schools with football programs that have limited or no access to an athletic trainer. Eligible high schools in four states – Arizona, Illinois, Oklahoma and Oregon – can apply for a three-year grant award totaling $35,000 through this pilot program.
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