Join us for an evening of action-based discussion on How to Be an Education Advocate. Learn how you can advocate for:
• Your child
• Your teacher
• Your school district
Auditorium, Conference Center
700 North Greenwood Avenue
Tulsa, OK 74106
Tulsa World is hosting a special community forum to openly discuss how to be an education advocate for your child, teacher, and school district. Joining us for this evening are:
Joy Hofmeister, State Superintendent of Public Instruction
Deborah Gist, Tulsa Public Schools Superintendent
Shaniqua Ray, 2018 Tulsa Teacher of the Year
Kathy Seibold, Impact Tulsa Executive Director
Tristy Fryer, Co-Chair of the Bixby Parent Legislative Action Committee and Administrator of Oklahoma Parents and Educators for Public Education
Moderator for the evening: Wayne Greene, Tulsa World
If you would like to submit a question for our panel, please submit it when you RSVP. Questions will also be taken during the forum's Q & A. You can also tweet your questions @tulsaworld and using the hashtag #LetsTalk.
Before the forum, learn how you can get involved in your community. Hear about volunteer opportunities and initiatives to move Tulsa forward. Joining us in the atrium, are:
There is ample parking around the auditorium in the conference center. The closest parking lots are Lots D & E. For directions once you've arrived on campus & for a campus map which shows the location of the parking lots, visit this link.
OSU-Tulsa is a place of education, therefore, we ask that all attendees please adhere to campus policies regarding weapons. Their policy states: "OSU-Tulsa [policy] prohibits deadly weapons on campus."
If you show up with a weapon, this includes those with permits to lawfully carry firearms, you will not be admitted into the forum and you will be asked to leave.
WHO CAN ATTEND:
Anyone, this event is free and open to the public.