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Cedar Ridge Elementary
Welcome to Cedar Ridge Elementary School.
Principal Ellen Crager
Cedar Ridge Elementary School
9817 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74133-5123
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday-Thursday: 8:25 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.
Friday: 8:50 a.m. to 3:10 p.m.
Main Phone: 918-357-4331 / Fax: 918-357-8600
Cedar Ridge Elementary News
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How to extract DNA
Dr. Mike Kayser helps Cedar Ridge students extra DNA from strawberries. continue reading
Photos from Cedar Ridge Elementary School
Enjoy these images from Cedar Ridge Elementary School, many featuring students in music class preapring for an upcoming performance. continue reading
Thanksgiving at Cedar Ridge
Cedar Ridge first graders entertained their parents Monday with a special Thanksgiving music program. Parents came ready, armed with their smart phones, recording photos and videos. continue reading
High School, Cedar Ridge scientists extract DNA from strawberries
Cedar Ridge third graders extracted DNA from strawberries today. Dr. Mike Kayser, of the Cancer Treatment Center (and Drew Kayser's dad,) came and led our experiment. Genetics and biotech high school students from Andrea Gaines's class also came and helped our third graders. The third graders were able to apply what they learned from their Project Lead the Way Variation of Traits module.
Strawberry DNA extraction with Dr. Kaiser and our HS Biotech friends! pic.twitter.com/XHLFwsRhA3— Union Science (@RedskinsScience) November 23, 2015
Happy Thanksgiving; School closed Nov. 25-27
Happy Thanksgiving from everyone at Union Public Schools! School and all education offices will be closed Wednesday through Friday, Nov. 25-27. Also, please note that the Union Employee Clinic will be closed on Thursday, November 26 and Friday, November 27, in observance of Thanksgiving. continue reading
TeePee Crew helps Cedar Ridge students make their own teepees
Arron Alvin and Carson Forbis from Union’s Teepee Crew joined our 2nd grade classroom to help teacher Cindy Forbis’ students make teepees. continue reading
T-Town project results in great building replicas
As part of a STEM engineering project - and learning a little bit about Tulsa's history and geography - Cedar Ridge second graders built replicas of notable, often famous, landmarks. continue reading
AFJROTC seeking clothing donations
The Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps is heading up its own version of the USAF “Santa’s in Blue” clothing drive for the less fortunate members of our Union community this year. Any clothing will do and of course jackets and coats. However our primary focus is those items that cannot be handed down like underwear, t-shirts and socks. We are asking for these items to be donated “New”. Any assistance your organizations could provide in this endeavor would be greatly appreciated. You can contact me at this email or drop items off at the JROTC room at the 9th Grade Center. The clothing drive will run until Dec. 15 continue reading
Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food
It might surprise some, but even though Oklahoma is in the heart of Midwest, some kids in the city of Tulsa don’t know a great detail about how their food arrives on their dinner plate. Union’s Child Nutrition Department hopes to open children’s eyes and help them know their food with a new program called "Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food." continue reading