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Great things are happening at MJH!
STEM Exploratorium
STEM Exploratorium
STEM Exploratorium
STEM Exploratorium
Garden Work Day

Thank you to everyone who came out on Sunday, September 29th to help beautify the Byrd Memorial Tree Garden. A special thanks to the volunteers from Asbury United Methodist Church and to the members of our National Junior Honor Society who helped trim trees, pull weeds, sand picnic tables, refurbish the pond area, and paint various areas that were in need of an update. The garden and grounds look beautiful! 

First Fine Arts Night a Great Success!

Thank you to all of our parents, students, teachers, and administrators who participated in the Fine Arts Night on Tuesday, September 23rd! There were students flying catapults, walking robots, drawing faces, learning math, performing parts, and playing instruments. What a great night! If you missed it this time around, keep an eye out for information about our next night on November 13th.

  • Early Release DayEarly Release Day
    The next early release day will be Friday, October 3rd.  Students will be dismissed from school at 1:50 pm.  Mark your calendars for the upcoming early release days: November 7th, and December 5th.  
  • Running ClubRunning Club
    The MJH Running Club will have its first practice on Thursday, October 2nd from 4:00-5:00 pm. If you are interested in joining the Running Club, you must have a current physical and permission form on file -- applications are available in the office. See Ms. Sengupta in room 215 for more information.  
  • Student Led Parent ConferencesStudent Led Parent Conferences
    Mark your calendars!  Student Led Parent Conferences will take place Monday, October 6th and Monday, October 13th, from 4:30-7:30 pm in the downstairs main hallway.  Come see what your student has been learning at Memorial Junior High!  
  • Tutoring AvailableTutoring Available
    Mr. Azzopardi will have math tutoring in room 217 every Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday morning from 8:00-8:30 am.  Please call the main office to sign your child up for tutoring. 
  • Bike Racks AvailableBike Racks Available
    Do you like to ride your bike to school? No problem! We have plenty of racks available for you to lock up your bike once you arrive on campus. Bike to school and get some exercise on your way!
  • AttendanceAttendance
    Our attendance goal for this year is 95%.  Please help us reach that goal by getting your son or daughter to school every day! If your child must be absent, please provide verbal or written notification within 48 hours of your child's return to school.  If you send a note, the absence will be explained, but an absence will only be excused with a doctor's note, a court document, or a funeral bulletin.  Contact Mrs. Chowning in the attendance office to report an absence.  918-833-9533
  • SchoolWay AppSchoolWay App
    SchoolWay is a free mobile app that helps you stay connected and receive school information using your Apple or Android device. TPS is utilizing this app in an effort to improve communications with parents and students. For more information, go to schoolconnectservices.com/tps
  • Learn more about Oklahoma's PromiseLearn more about Oklahoma's Promise
    Make the grades. Stay out of trouble. Earn college tuition. It's Oklahoma's Promise!
  • PTA Memberships are only $5.00PTA Memberships are only $5.00
    • Be a role model to your child.
    • Be connected to your child's school.
    • Be active in making positive changes.
    • Be involved by volunteering.
    • and most of all
    • Be a voice for your child!

    For more information, call Kelly Baxter at 918-813-2106 or send her an email.

Contact Us
Address: 7502 E. 57th Street Tulsa, OK 74145
School Phone: 918-833-9520 
School Fax: 918-833-9551
Report Absences: 918-833-9533

School Hours
: 8:45 am - 3:50 pm
Breakfast begins at 8:00 am

Our Mission
The Memorial Junior High community supports relationships that develop personal responsibility, respect, and trust, creating a safe learning environment. We engage students in developing leadership skills that promote college and career readiness and lifelong learning, using innovative technology and research-proven strategies.