Address: 5840 S. Hudson Ave. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74135 | Interim Principal: Rebecca Grooms | Phone: 918-833-9600
Memorial Chargers are a living part of a proud tradition.
On March 25, the Oklahoma State Board of Education voted to approve State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister’s recommendation to implement a continuous learning plan without reopening school buildings. This means that while instruction of students will resume remotely on April 6, school buildings will NOT reopen this school year. We are working to prepare to resume teaching and learning on April 6 in order to ensure a strong, although nontraditional, conclusion for our school year. We will be in touch with families soon to share more information.
notes from the principal
Welcome to Online Learning Memorial Chargers!
I miss all of you and hope you and your family are safe and sound. Next week we will have device pick-up Monday-Thursday from 11:00am-1:00pm. You can find more information about device pick-up on our website or Facebook page @TulsaMemorialChargers. Next week is launch week for our online learning program but don't worry if you don't pick up your device until Thursday, you will not be penalized for not logging in until then. The purpose of launch week is to connect with your teachers, familiarize yourselves with the Canvas learning platform, and prepare yourselves to begin online learning on Monday, April 13th. Below are some answers to questions you may be asking:
- How/where do I login?
- Students will login to tulsaschools.org/canvas and then click "student"
- Students will login with their Google login
- Students will then see the courses they are enrolled in and click on courses to access assignments
- What if I do not have internet?
- Students without internet can pick up paper packets from the lunch pick-up points
- More information on the pick-up points can be found at tulsaschools.org
- Can I turn in make-up work from before spring break?
- Students can turn in make-up work until April 10th
Just know we are all in this together and we will get through this. Please check your school email if you are able to because your teachers have been reaching out through school email to connect with students. Also, please remind your family to complete the government census so our state and school district can get as much money and resources as possible. The census is only a few questions and you can complete it at My2020Census.gov.
Stay Charger Strong! 😊
I apologize for any confusion this may cause and I appreciate your patience and flexibility during this time. We have decided that students will not return school property (textbooks, library books) during the Chrome Book pick-up time next week. Student should keep all school items at this time. We will schedule a future drop and go to turn in these items at the end of the school year.
Welcome back Memorial Chargers!
As we transition to online learning for the rest of the year, we want to make sure you are well equipped and prepared to finish the school year strong. To do this, we need to get our Charger Nation Chrome Books. We will start this process with seniors on Monday, April 6th from 11:00am-1:00pm (see the rest of the grade-level schedule below).
We will have Device Grab and Go curbside (Chrome Books) Monday, April 6th through Thursday, April 9th at Memorial from 11:00am-1:00pm. We will also have a line for School Property Drop and Go curbside (textbooks, library books, novels, etc.).
Process: We will have 3 drive-up lines. Device Grab and Go will be at the North Entrance (student parking lot) and Main Entrance. School Property Drop and Go will be at the Arena. We understand that students may still have personal property inside the school, we will have a pick-up date in the future.
Students need to bring their Student ID to pick up device. We ask that if you already have a device please do not pick up a school device, as we have a limited amount to distribute. Students need to return any textbooks, library books, or other school property.
Families and students must remain in their vehicles. This is for staff and family’s protection.
We must prioritize Seniors and Juniors in order to ensure students are on track for graduation.
Curbside Service will be:
- Seniors – Monday, April 6 from 11:00am-1:00pm
- Juniors – Tuesday, April 7 from 11:00am-1:00pm
- Sophomores – Wednesday, April 8 11:00am-1:00pm
- Freshmen – Thursday, April 9 11:00am-1:00pm
WE GOT THIS! Stay Charger Strong!
Class of 2020:
We know you have lots of questions regarding graduations and senior activities. Please understand that right now our main priority is to make sure everyone is practicing social distancing and staying safe as we do our part in stemming the spread of COVID-19. The situation is very fluid right now and ever-changing and we will keep you up to date with new information as it becomes available. As you may know the Oklahoma State Board of Education voted on Wednesday, March 25, 2020 to close all Oklahoma schools through June. As a result, all Tulsa Public School school activities, including prom, commencement ceremonies, and other planned events, are postponed. We know senior activities are incredibly important and we are working diligently to make sure we are able to provide opportunities for students and families to have these experiences when we are able to do so.
To help us stay in contact with you and to give you access to the most up to date, we have created a Senior 2020 page on the Tulsa Public Schools website. The site will have an FAQ that will be updated regularly along with other important information for the Class of 2020. Please check that site regularly to stay informed and also to submit any questions you may have.
For now, please stay home, stay safe and stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.
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- Congratulations to Coach Allison for being selected as the 2018-19 Oklahoma Boys’ Basketball Coach of the Year by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association. He was selected based upon his coaching performance in the 2018-19 school year, lifetime community involvement, school involvement, and philosophy of coaching. He has also been selected as one of eight coaches nation wide for the National Coach of the Year Award. Please join us in celebrating and congratulating his achievement.
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