One Friday each month, Memorial High School students get to take a break, let go of some of that school stress, have some fun, and maybe even learn a new skill all thanks to the school’s new activity period.
James Asberry serves his community as the girls head basketball coach and as a sheriff's deputy, while still leaving time to be there for his seven kids.
New, improved, and impressive: Memorial's Veterans Arena gets a high-tech sound system.
Memorial High School is rolling out a new program to amplify student voices. RSVP, or Raising Student Voice & Participation, is an initiative led by Student Council that will work to accomplish this goal.
Check out Ginny Lamkin's journey to graduation at Memorial High School! How does she manage class, sports, clubs and a social life and still be successful? Find out!
- Fox 23: Green Country students prepare for robotics competition at Memorial High School
- Tulsa World: Memorial's Bobby Allison honored
- News on 6: Tulsa Tech Spirit Stick
Learning packets for April 6 - April 10.
Superintendent Gist shared the following letter with parents and families:
Esta mañana, la Junta de Educación del Estado de Oklahoma votó para aprobar la recomendación de la Superintendente del Estado, Joy Hofmeister, de implementar un plan de estudio continuo sin reabrir los edificios escolares. Esto significa que, si bien las clases para los estudiantes se reanudarán de manera virtual el 6 de abril, nuestras escuelas NO reabrirán este año escolar.
This morning, 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, our school buildings will NOT reopen this year.