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STEM Exploratorium
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STEM Name Tags

Our first STEM activity of the year took place in the science classrooms. Every student made a name tag with moving parts! Each name tag had to be able to stand by itself and be large enough to be seen from four meters away. The students could choose from card stock, pipe cleaners, paper fasteners, and craft sticks as they planned their designs. They also utilized the Design Process to plan, test, and evaluate their creations before sharing them with the class. Thank you to Mr. Dumas, Ms. Rose, and Mrs. Turner for planning this first STEM lesson. Go Chargers!

Announcements
  • Early Release DayEarly Release Day
    This Friday, September 4th, is an early release day. Students will be dismissed from school at 1:50 pm. Monday is also Labor day, so school will not be in session. Mark your calendars for the other early release days this semester: October 2nd, November 6th, and December 4th.  
  • Charger NewsCharger News
    If you'd like to join the Charger News Crew, stop by the office or see Ms. McCane in room 212. Meetings will be Tuesday and Thursday from 4:00-5:00 pm.  
  • Charge UpCharge Up
    Congratulations to Mr. Clemmer and the following Robotics students who presented at the NSU Extravaganza at the Broken Arrow campus on Wednesday, August 26th. Jasmine Wells, Juan Guandara, Victor Arredondo, and Nathan Halpain, we're proud of you!  
  • National Junior Honor Society InductionNational Junior Honor Society Induction
    Induction of new members will take place on Thursday, September 10th, at 9:00 am in the auditorium. Contact Mrs. Turner for more information.  
  • Garden Work DayGarden Work Day
    Looking for something to do in the great outdoors? Help us beautify the Byrd Memorial Gardens! Join volunteers from Asbury United Methodist Church who will be working in the garden on Sunday, September 13th from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Stop by and show us your green thumb!
  • Picture Day is Coming!Picture Day is Coming!
    Mark your calendars!  School pictures will be taken on Monday, September 21st in the auditorium. Students must wear their uniforms for school pictures. Picture retakes will be on Friday, November 6th.
  • TPS Community ForumsTPS Community Forums
    Tulsa Public Schools is hosting a series of community forums to gather ideas and input from parents, students and other community members. Attendees will participate in small group exercises and share their discussion with the larger group. You may attend any session that works in your schedule. The session at Memorial High School is on Tuesday, October 6th, from 6:00-7:30 pm.
  • 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 tulsaschools.org/app

     

  • 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, contact our Parent Facilitator, Penny Plaster, at 918-833-9523 or send her an email
Contact Us
Address: 7502 E. 57th Street Tulsa, OK 74145
School Phone: 918-833-9520 
The office is open to take calls from 7:30 am - 4:15 pm.
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.