East Tulsa students have been developing a green thumb outside their classrooms this fall. Rosa Parks Elementary students are contributing to the Global Gardens Food Farm Project, an initiative aiming to provide food to families.
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At Rosa Parks Elementary school the planting season has just begun. Carrots, beets and Brussels sprouts and are just a few of the things popping up as a part of the new Global Gardens Family Food Farm, a new addition to the garden that is focused on growing food and nurturing relationships. On Tuesday, October 9, Family Food Farm participants will be adding six fruit trees to the new space thanks to the Up with Trees and the Apache Foundation.... more
Kirk Fridrich couldn't have asked for much more from his Union Redskins on Friday night. En route to a 63-7 victory against Enid at Tuttle Stadium, Class 6A's fourth-ranked team racked up 433 rushing yards, snagged four interceptions and never turned the ball over.
Congratulations to the Union Volleyball team who defeated Choctaw and Westmoore to win the 6A Regional Championship in Choctaw on Thursday. The Lady Redskins, Coached by Chadd McKee and James Thomas, head to the state tournament in Shawnee next Friday, October 12 where they face Edmond Memorial at 12:45 p.m. in the quarterfinals.
At Rosa Parks, there are 140 families with more than one child at our school. In previous years, parents had to come to the school for two, three, or four separate parent-teacher conferences in the fall and the spring. This system was not working well for families. So, we changed it up this year and scheduled family conferences. Families with more than one child met with all of their children’s teachers at once. This is how we did it.