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Mid-Del Celebrates National Math and Science Initiative Partnership

Del City and Midwest City High Schools will be recognized May 15, 2012, for being chosen to participate in a partnership with the National Math and Science Initiative (MMSI).

Top 10 Oklahoma Classes Named in Think Through Math's Year-End Blow-Out

Think Through Math, formerly Apangea, names the top 10 Oklahoma classes with the highest average of earned points.

Summer Reading Program Participants Can Win $2,529 College Savings Accounts

The Oklahoma 529 College Savings Plan has partnered with the Oklahoma Department of Libraries to offer two lucky 2012 Summer Reading Program participants the chance to win a $2,529 college savings account. One winner each will be chosen from the Children and Teen programs. Also, the library where the winners entered will each receive $1,000 to go toward its reading programs.

iRead, You Read, We All Win

Oklahoma State Department of Education launches iRead, an initiative to ensure literacy for all Oklahomans from birth to 12th grade.

School and District Directory Information Collection Process Updated

The process for collecting school and district directory information for the State Department of Education has changed. Directory information for school and district addresses, phone numbers and contacts will be collected and maintained through an application located on the Wave Website.

Oklahoma High Schools Among Nation’s Best

Several Oklahoma high schools have been named among the best schools in the nation.

2012 Presidential Scholars Named

Joseph C. Woodson, a home school student from Tulsa, and Anna H. Zhao, a student at Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics in Oklahoma City, have been named 2012 U.S. Presidential Scholars.

Regent Preparatory Student Among America’s Top 10 Youth Volunteers

Matthew Benjamin, 14, an eighth-grade student at Regent Preparatory School in Tulsa, has been named one of America’s top ten youth volunteers for 2012 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. Also recognized as a State Honoree was Jonathan Crider, 18, a senior at Central High School in Marlow.

Board Highlights May 24, 2012

The State Board of Education in its regular monthly meeting Thursday adopted emergency rules to govern appeals from students denied diplomas for failing to meet Achieving Classroom Excellence (ACE) requirements.

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