- Education 2011
Christ-centered education main draw for St. Paul’s
The reasons families choose the school probably are as unique as the families themselves, but certain qualities run as themes.
The P.A.S.T. is ahead
Prevent And Stop Tormenting is the program former Enid High School and current Oklahoma State University junior student will use as her platform for her Miss Oklahoma campaign this year.
Autry busy putting students to work
“Skills and certificates gained at Autry can jump-start careers, give students a way to earn money while in college or provide a skill to fall back on in a pinch between careers.” — Melissa Baker, Autry’s marketing director.
Peace lives a thousand ways at Chisholm
Chisholm students folded 1,000 origami cranes after reading “Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes” by Eleanor Coerr.
Music plays an important tune in education
Music is part of elementary education, and the music department on the elementary level is facing the same budget cuts. On the middle and high school levels music courses are elective but music credits are required.
Leonardo’s keeps them learning in and out of the classroom
Joyce Fales, education coordinator for Leonardo’s, presents programs for science outreach at the museum and in local and area schools.
- Christ-centered education main draw for St. Paul’s