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Contact Us

Catherine Cox, RN
Nurse
918-833-8500
coxca@tulsaschools.org


Hannah Shaw
Parent Facilitator
918-833-8500
shawha1@tulsaschools.org


Kim James
Social Service Specialist
918-833-8590
jameski@tulsaschools.org


Lorena Herrera
Strong Tomorrows
herrelo@tulsaschools.org


Mario Jones
Strong Tomorrows
jonesma1@tulsaschools.org


A New Way
Counseling Agency
918-742-9434

Student Learning and Performance

Goal: Each student will exceed state and national standards by demonstrating mastery of a rigorous curriculum.

Tulsa Public Schools’ Behavior Response Plan provides a scaffolding of services in a Response to Intervention (RTI) design that incorporates research-based interventions to support student success. The strategies have been designed to align with the philosophy and practices of the Positive Behavior Support programs used by many of the District sites. The goal is to help students in their development as mature, able, knowledgeable and responsible individuals. 

The Four-Tiered Intervention Process

The TPS plan to support student success involves strategies for responding to unacceptable behaviors on four “tiers,” or levels, that are organized based upon where the student can best learn to understand and correct inappropriate behavior. 

Parent Involvement

Parental involvement is a combination of commitment and active participation on the part of parent to the school and to the student. As parents you can ensure that your child receives the benefits from parental involvement by staying up to date on what is happening in the classroom.

Tulsa Public Schools is committed to helping your child develop the academic knowledge and critical thinking he or she needs to succeed in school and beyond. As a result, these involvement opportunities empower parents to take action. By connecting parents to school officials, community members, other parents, knowledge, and powerful allies, these opportunities build bridges and networks that support schools and sustain whole communities.

City Year

City Year partners with schools to help bridge the gap by providing diverse, talented and trained young adult tutors, mentors, and role models who work alongside teachers to support student success. 

City Year is contributing to a clearer and bolder vision of what public schools can and should be for all children: places of learning, exploration and risk-taking, where every student feels safe and connected to the school community; where data is used continuously to help promote student growth and achievement; and where all students have access to positive, caring relationships and personalized learning environments that encourage them to persevere through challenges, build on their strengths and thrive.