Eliot kindergartners with the help of the community create the Secret Garden.
Eliot teacher Julie Macy receives supplies from Right Road Kids grant with an approximate $2,400 value.
Despite the dazzling lights, songs of joy, and laughter that often accompanies the holiday season, many families struggle to find happiness at this time. Students and teachers at Eliot Elementary school are hoping to make the holidays brighter for those in their community who are unable to provide food, gifts, and togetherness during the holiday season.The solution for some families is The Eliot Angel Tree.
We live by our values at Tulsa Public Schools, and central to those is our belief in equity and our commitment to supporting, affirming, valuing, and loving - deeply - every single child and family that we serve.
Diplomas for the class of 2019 are ready to be picked up!
During the summer, Tulsa Public Schools partners with community hosts for our Summer Café program, providing free meals for children 18 and under.
We recently received notice that SchoolWay will be retired as of July 1, 2019, so our schools will no longer be able to use it. Because of this, we are transitioning to SchoolMessenger.
Children can lose between 20% and 40% of their school-year learning during the summer. We want to make sure your child starts the new school year strong, so we're inviting you to enroll your student in our 2019 Summer Academy!
Eliot annual Jog-A-Thon
Each year students get the opportunity to raise money by running laps around the school track. Parents and community members pledge money toward each lap that students complete.