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Join Sherry S. Clark, program director of RSVP Tulsa, as she discusses the Tulsa County Family Safety Court Watch volunteer program. Court Watch uses volunteers to observe cases in the courts related to family safety and then provide feedback to participants and the community about the process, with the larger goal of increasing safety of victims and their children and improving accountability for abusers.

 

 

Wednesday, Sept. 2

12:30-2:30 pm

South Broken Arrow Library

Proposed Academic Standards Online for Public Review

The State Board of Education established a steering committee to develop new standards in math and English/language arts by 2016 after the Legislature passed a law last year repealing Common Core standards.

Drafts of the proposed Oklahoma academic standards for math and English/language arts are now available for public review online.

State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister is encouraging interested Oklahomans to review the proposed standards, which cover pre-K through 12th grade.

Ben's Guide: Educational Games for Summer Fun

Go on a learning adventure this summer with the new Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government!

Named for one of our Nation’s most influential Founding Fathers, Benjamin Franklin, Ben’s Guide to the U.S. Government provides games to teach kids (K-12) about the U.S. Government and U.S. history.

Learn the basics like:

Splash pads, water parks and pools! Oh my!

While the rainy weather may not have us thinking about the summer heat, Tulsa will continue to have some great places to cool off this summer.

City of Tulsa's water playgrounds and splash pads are set to open Memorial Day weekend.

Water playgrounds and splash pads are open 12pm - 8pm.

Kicking off their pool season is the annual Tulsa Parks Beach Bash on May 30 at McClure pool from 12pm - 3pm. 

Lacy and Reed pools open May 31 and Berry and Whiteside pools open June 1.

City Offers Amnesty Period for Municipal Warrants

The City of Tulsa is holding a municipal warrant amnesty period for individuals with municipal misdemeanor warrants from May 4 - May 15.

During the amnesty period, individuals with City of Tulsa municipal misdemeanor warrants can attend one of the four special docket sessions during the amnesty period or attend Tulsa Municipal Criminal Court from May 4 - May 15.

Cost of current warrants will be suspended; however, other costs required by law may be assessed.

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