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.
Pre-K enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year is now open.
The Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma has partner associations that distribute food. For any families that may be in need Tulsa Public Schools have food pantries on multiple campuses that students are encouraged to take advantage of.
Tulsa Public Schools is committed to moving forward with the recommendation from the North Tulsa Community Education Task Force on the McLain Feeder Pattern.
The North Tulsa Task Force will present their recommendation for the McLain feeder pattern to the Board of Education.
Several of our schools have set dates and times for pre-K open houses.
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.