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  • We Support Our Teachers

    March 12, 2018

     

    Dear families,

     

    Thank you for your continued support of the teachers and staff at Cooper Elementary. I am writing today to share some information about upcoming advocacy efforts that may impact your family’s experience in our school over the next few weeks.

     

    Tulsa Public Schools is joining school districts from across the state to work with the leadership of the Oklahoma Education Association and our own Tulsa Classroom Teachers Association  to fight for restored funding to education and increased teacher salaries. Beginning on March 12, we will support our teachers in a "work the contract" effort that will continue through the end of the month. This means that our teachers will work only the seven hours and fifty minutes per day required by contract instead of working late into the evening and during the weekend.

    I want you to understand that this “work the contract” effort will be extraordinarily difficult for our teachers – they are deeply committed to your children and want only what is best for them academically, personally, and socially. Your teachers are taking this job action because your children matter, and they deserve a well-funded public education system where their teachers can afford to stay long enough to see them graduate.

    Here are some of the changes you may see as teachers “work the contract” over the next few weeks:

    ·         Papers, tests, and projects may not be graded quickly;

    ·         Teachers will not be available by phone or email after the school day ends;

    ·         Teachers will not be able to meet with parents or students outside of the school day; and

    ·         Some extracurricular activities and clubs may be suspended.

    At our school, those activities and clubs that will be suspended are: Bike Club, Cheerleading, Choir, Grace and Courtesy, and Golf, First Tee.

     

    I hope that you will stand with us by contacting our state leaders to let them know that Oklahoma children, teachers, and families are counting on them to create a plan to fund our schools and pay teachers the salaries they deserve. Visit www.oklegislature.gov to find contact information for your state legislator.

     

    Best,

     

    Dr. Modenbach, Principal


     



  • State Testing
    State testing begins April 3-20 for 3rd-6th grade students.

    We need testing monitors, if you are able please contact the school office. 

  • Upcoming Events in March
    Parent/Teacher conferences March 6 and 12 3:00-6:15

    No School March 15 and 16

    No School March 19-23 for Spring Break

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  • School Uniform Policy

     

    Cooper students wear uniforms. Below you will find our policy.

    Students will be expected to wear the following:

    Short or long sleeved-polo style shirts are to be worn in the solid colors of maroon (not red), white, navy blue, or black. Girls may wear white short or long-sleeved Peter Pan blouses with skirts or jumpers. A belt should be worn with pants, skirts, or shorts with belt loops for students in 3rd-6th grade). Belts should be a solid color with no decorations.

     

    Pants, shorts, skirts, skorts, capris, or jumpers are to be worn in the solid colors of khaki, black, or navy blue (not denim). These must be properly fitted with the waistbands fitted to the waist. Waistbands may be regular or elastic. Cargo pants or shorts are not allowed. Skirts in Cooper’s plaid pattern are allowed and may be purchased only at K. Renee’s Uniform Closet.  Ask for plaid #91. (Skirts and jumper length must be no shorter than 3” from the floor while child is kneeling.  Shorts and skorts must extend below the fingertips when the child is standing with hands to their sides). Legging or tights can be worn with skirts or shorts that are no shorter than 3” (inches) from the floor while child is kneeling.

     

    Students may wear Cooper T-Shirts at any time, with the khaki, black, or navy blue (not denim) shorts, skorts, capris, pants, or skirts.  On Fridays, students may wear jeans with a Cooper T-shirt or uniform shirt ONLY. Students should not wear stretch pants of any kind at school.

    A solid sweaters or sweatshirts may be worn during the day. The sweater or sweatshirt should not have a hood. No hoodies (a pullover sweatshirt with a hood attached) or sweatshirt jackets with hoods may not be worn in the classroom. Student must leave hoodies in their locker during the school day. Any coats or jackets must remain in the student’s locker during the day.

     

    Shoes must be lace-up, buckle, zip or Velcro, and have a closed heel or heel strap. Students should not wear flip flops, high heels, open-toed shoes, or sandals. 

     

    These items can be purchased anywhere as long as they meet the uniform guidelines.

    All hats should be removed when entering the building and remain in lockers during the day. 

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Important Information
NOTICE NEW TIMES         School Times: 7:30-2:35

To report a student absence:

Call: 918-746-9480  Doctor's Notes can be faxed to 918-746-9497

To enroll a student or request records contact the Tulsa Public Schools Enrollment Center

Phone: 918-746-7500   Fax: 918-746-6856


Please visit the 'For Parents' section of out website for more important information and links.

TPS Non-Discrimination Statement

School Doors open at 7:10

Dismissal begins at 2:35, students Pk-4th grade are picked up in their classroom.  This helps ensure the safety of the students.


Cooper Wish Lists by grade 2017-2018

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6th​​ Grade

Spirals

Hand Sanitizer

Kleenex or other facial tissue

Notebook paper

Clorox or Lysol Wipes

 

5th Grade

Spirals

Hand Sanitizer

Kleenex or other facial tissue

Notebook paper

Clorox or Lysol Wipes

 

4th Grade

Hand Sanitizer

Kleenex or other facial tissue

Erasers

 

3rd Grade

Hand Sanitizer

Kleenex or other facial tissue

Erasers

 

2nd Grade

Hand Sanitizer

Kleenex or other facial tissue

Erasers

Highlighters

Ziplock bags

 

1st Grade

 Hand Sanitizer

 Kleenex or other facial tissue

1 box gallon baggies (zip close)

1 box sandwich baggies (zip close)

Watercolors

Clorox Wipes

Paper towels

1 package cap erasers

 

Kindergarten​​

Play Dough (four pack of primary colors)     

Classic colored washable markers (8 ct.)      

2 solid colored Spiral (wide ruled)

 Glue Sticks

Paper Plates

Tissue

Zip-Lock Bags (any size)

16 count Crayon Box

Hand Santizer

Baby Wipes or Disinfecting Wipes

Index Cards

Pencils

 

Pre-K

Play Dough (four pack of primary colors)

Glue Sticks or Glue bottle

Paper Plates

Kleenex or Facial Tissue

Zip-Lock bags (any size)

24 count Crayons

Hand Sanitizer

Baby wipes

Disinfecting wipes

Water Color Set

Paper Towels

 

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This school site no longer processes student records requests. All students must be enrolled at the enrollment center. Record requests must be faxed to 918-746-6856 or emailed to studentrecords@tulsaschools.org.

The new enrollment center address is:

2819 S New Haven Ave., 

Tulsa, OK 74114

918-746-7500

Fax -918-746-6856

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