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Pastors for Oklahoma Kids Aug 17
Public Education benefits ALL of us not just the few. This is why we are so confounded by the paid protesters who work against school kids.
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Jasmine Cooper Aug 19
S: stand strong for everyone who can't E: empower those around you R: respect everyone's opinion V: veer someone into the right direction if they need help E: have empathy
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leonny 💙 Aug 19
S. Stand up for those without a voice E. Every voice should be heard R. Right or wrong ,don’t put your self above others V. Victory is when teamwork is applied E. Empower others to get out of there comfort zone.
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Steve Gilliland Aug 18
Join us Sunday night at 8pm as we discuss Servant Leadership in Education.
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Kimberly Blodgett Aug 19
A9: by sharing my story. I tell them all about my adoption journey. I tell them about my journey to become a teacher late in life. I am very real to them. We invest in each other and our lives outside the classroom 4 walls. it’s so much more than core subjects.
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@oksenthompson Aug 19
Senator Roger Thompson - District 8. I am joining you for my first time and I look forward to participating in the discussion!
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Jack Reed Aug 15
At Emerson High School in , one of our students created the drawing of our mascot, the mighty Cougar!
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Senator J.J. Dossett Aug 19
State Senator from Owasso checking in, happy to hear from my people tonight
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Jasmine Cooper Aug 19
Jasmine Cooper 11th grade at Del City A1: a leader that thinks about their peers before themselves and is willing to be in the background
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Dena Rogers Aug 19
A6 - I also think our Parents need to see some grace. They are doing the best they can, just like we are. We should all be on the same team with 1 goal, what is best for the child, while maintaining safety and learning.
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leonny 💙 Aug 19
Q8 I serve my fellow classmates by introducing them to school activities, participating in events like hall deck or hoco isn’t just fun but a great experience for learning and growing bonds with people whom you’d never think you would
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Mr. Mitchell Aug 19
A5: Telling a kid that they're "wrong" or "that's wrong" after answering a question just immediately puts them in a negative mindset. I usually say, "okay, you're almost there, who can help?" or "nice try! but you're just a little short."
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Mr. Mitchell Aug 19
A8: Checking on them during their most stressful times or even if it's not and you just wanted to buy them coffee that morning. Being there for them all day/ every day. Constantly strengthening those friendships and supporting each other.
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Pastors for Oklahoma Kids Aug 14
Talk is cheap. A budget tells where your heart is. We still have heart issues in Oklahoma that need to be resolved. It's important to vote our values in the August 28th runoff for legislators that will support kids and their public schools.
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Cordell Ehrich 21h
Saw this on a principal’s door today! Love it!
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Madeline Shields Aug 16
My first day of student teaching is done and I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS SEMESTER
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Nathan Elliott Aug 19
A6: Grace is one of the greatest strengths one can have. Glad I live under it or I’d be in trouble!!
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Jasmine Cooper Aug 19
A5: Instead of saying thats not how you do that or your wrong instead say let me show you how to fix this or your getting there
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Amanda Aug 19
A4- maybe this is taboo in 2018, but every day I tell them I love them- even while suspending them. And 9 times out of 10, they will say it back, or better "i know and I'm sorry i disappointed you."
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Kevin Hime Aug 12
Grades were used 100 years ago but have little if any educational value. Feedback is dialog that leads to deeper understanding
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