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Thank You, Tulsa!

On June 8, Tulsans came together to approve the four propositions in the 2021 Bond for Tulsa Public Schools!

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Memorial Middle School

6TH - 8TH GRADE

Address: 7502 E. 57 St. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74145 | Principal: Rex Langley | Phone: 918-833-9520

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Memorial Middle School is committed to using innovative technology and research-proven strategies to provide the personalized educational experiences that will prepare our students for college, career, and a lifetime of learning.

What's in the 2021 bond for Memorial Middle school?

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8th grade recognition Day details

  • Thursday, May 27th
  • Student processional begins at 10 a.m.

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End of Year Events

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Ready. Set. Summer

Monday-Thursday. July 6th - July 30. 9:15 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

Free. Breakfast/Lunch provided

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School Supply Drive

Many thanks to AEP for supporting our school through a school supply drive. If you would like to match their efforts, here's a link to our wish list: https://buff.ly/3odYISh 


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  • Child Find Notice for Gifted Education and Talent Development ServicesIf you are aware of a child who might qualify for gifted and talented services and is in need of differentiated instruction, please contact the student's classroom teacher, the school principal, the school counselor, or the site Gifted and Talented teacher to initiate the identification process.

  • United We CanUnidos Se Puede/United We Can is a family-based intervention program designed to help Latino and African-American 7th and 8th grade students excel in school, avoid risky behaviors such as drug use and teen pregnancy, and reduce the chronic stress in their lives that leads to long-term physical and emotional problems like heart disease and depression.