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At Oklahoma City Apartments, we understand the importance of education in today's society. Parents want nothing more than to place their children in schools where they know their children will be in good hands. Especially when moving to a new area, parents want to make sure that there are appropriate schools nearby. Researching specific needs and wants for their children's education is the first step that any moving parent should take. A simple phone call to the school's district will answer most of your questions, but not all. Some cases may require a visit to a counselor who is more than willing to help a parent find the right education and school for their kids. The internet is also a very useful source for information regarding ANYTHING related to your child's education. Here is a link to the Oklahoma City Public Schools website.

Oklahoma City Public Schools

Aims and Goals

AIM 1 - Learning Focus
Goal 1 - Adhere to consistent, rigorous, relevant academic PASS standards.
Goal 2 - Provide extended, research-based learning opportunities to meet student needs for skills mastery.
Goal 3 - Create and sustain an environment embracing diversity that fosters leadership and accountability for all employees and students.
Goal 4 -Engage and maximize community and school partnerships to foster learning.

AIM 2 - Effective & Efficient Operations
Goal 1 - Demonstrate fiscal responsibility and accountability at all levels.
Goal 2 - Provide quality services of support to all schools and employees.
Goal 3 - Align programs, services and resources with goals.

AIM 3 - Organizational Health
Goal 1 - Adhere to district mission, vision and aims/goals.
Goal 2 - Create and sustain an organizational culture embracing collaboration and cooperation.
Goal 3 - Create and sustain an environment that fosters leadership at all levels.
Goal 4 - Create and sustain high expectations for all employees and students.
Goal 5 - Create and sustain an environment that recognizes the needs for all employees and students.

AIM 4 - Effective Workforce
Goal 1 - Recruit and retain a highly effective and competent workforce.
Goal 2 - Value continuous improvement and celebrate successes.

AIM 5 - Safe and Nurturing Learning Environment
Goal 1 - Provide safe, secure, inviting, orderly and well-maintained facilities.
Goal 2 - Expect and reinforce appropriate/positive behavior of employees and students.

AIM 6 - Clear, Concise, Effective Communication
Goal 1 - Develop and strengthen family involvement in schools.
Goal 2 - Demonstrate commitment and support for high performance from employees and students.
Goal 3 - Develop, implement and sustain internal and external communication that is proactive, open, clear, honest.
Goal 4 - Create an environment that respects and embraces diversity at all levels.

Mentoring & Tutoring
The Oklahoma City Public Schools Website encourages parents to tutor/mentor students.
Oklahoma City Public Schools is committed to the success of all our students but we can't do it alone. We need the help of our community. Our mentoring and tutoring program is searching for individuals who want to make a difference in a student's future.


The difference in a student's success or failure can be a matter of only one hour a week - if that hour is spent with a mentor/tutor. A student who is faltering in school is more likely to get back on track if someone takes an interest in them. Never underestimate the power of a little interest shown by an adult in a young person's life.

If students know they have mentors/tutors taking time out of their day just to spend with them, it helps to build self-confidence and self worth. It also helps to excite the student about learning.

Our Mission:
To improve the educational attainment and self-esteem of every Oklahoma City Public Schools student through a sound, consistent and measurable mentoring program.

What is a Mentor or Tutor?
A mentor or tutor is a volunteer who helps a student with the guidance of a teacher.

Who can be a mentor/tutor?
Parents and Grandparents
Students
Senior Citizens
Professionals

What is the role of the mentor/tutor?
Work with the student on teacher selected materials
Assist students with specific skills
Provide feedback to the teacher
Encourage the students
Be a friend

How much time does it take?
Only one hour a week!

How do I become a mentor/tutor?
You can mentor in various programs, through your business group or as an individual.

Source from Oklahoma City Public Schools


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