Nominations are being accepted through July 31 for the 2020 Wall of Fame honorees, with the mission of recognizing local, unsung heroes that are OKCPS alumni.
The program is designed for paraprofessionals of color who are working in the district and have the desire to become teachers. It covers 100 percent of participants’ tuition, books and fees as they complete their degree and become certified teachers for Oklahoma City Public Schools.
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools is seeking nominations for its 36th Wall of Fame Humanitarian Awards class, but this year’s celebration won’t look the same as in the past.
Northwest Classen High School student Emilio Ramirez, an incoming senior, is the proud owner of a brand new Chevy Spark, courtesy of Hudiburg Chevrolet and The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools.
The Sam and Charolet Shirley Outstanding Principal Awards are designed to recognize leadership with an annual award, administered by The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public Schools. Our award winners this year exemplify both a commitment to service and high standards.
Award recognizes educators for academic, internal and community leadership.
When schools were closed for the remainder of the year and distance learning began in earnest, it became clear that support was needed for students to access instruction and school supplies in a new way.