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Tulsa Public Schools: See. Hear. Share, COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, Hispanic Heritage Month Art Contest

By October 2, 2021COVID-19

There is nothing more important than keeping our students, teachers, and school communities safe, secure, and focused on teaching and learning. Tulsa Public Schools Campus Police works closely with school teams, the Tulsa Police Department, and area law enforcement agencies to protect our students, teachers, school leaders, and staff and to prevent emergencies before they arise. You can also help keep your school community safe. If you see or hear something concerning, call 918-480-SAFE, email, or share it with a trusted adult. You can stay anonymous. To learn more about See. Hear. Share and other emergency plans, visit

COVID-19 vaccine clinic tonight
We are teaming up with Saint Francis to provide free COVID-19 vaccinations for students ages 12 and older and their families tonight from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Booker T. Washington High School (1514 E. Zion St.). Walk-ins are welcome. Those 17 and under must have a parent or guardian present for consent to receive the vaccine. 

COVID-19 vaccines are safe and effective at preventing COVID-19, reduce the risk of spreading the virus that causes COVID-19, and are available free of charge for anyone ages 12 and older. Booster and third dose COVID-19 vaccines are now available for those who are eligible. Visit to schedule your appointment today.

Talk with your child about taking care of their mask

If your child is using a reusable mask provided by your school, please make sure your child is bringing back that mask every day. Your child can also exchange dirty masks for clean masks at school.

2021 Hispanic Heritage Month Art Contest

We are inviting all of our students in 1st through 12th grade to participate in the 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month Art Contest with the theme My Name, My Identity: Celebrating My Story. This student art contest will highlight the importance of embracing one’s cultural identity, encourage students to feel a sense of pride about their name, and use artwork to express the meaning of their names.¬†

All entries must be submitted online using the Student Art Contest Entry Form. Entries must include a photograph or scanned copy of the original artwork, and a short video of the student introducing themselves by saying their name and describing their work. 


Our COVID-19 Case Count for the period of September 24 – September 30 is available here. You can also find the COVID-19 Case Count for previous weeks on our website


Click here for previous updates.

This press release was produced by Tulsa Public Schools. The views expressed here are the author’s own.

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