The students are not going to school. And Monday looks to be another momentous day in what will be the sixth day of a teacher walk out. While some Luther teachers are expected to be at the State Capitol again Monday, the school district’s support staff who have been working all along are meeting with
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Tornado, Fire, Flood. Unfortunately, in the last dozen years or so, Luther has experienced all of them, as we well remember. The Town Board of Trustees met this week to talk about emergency plans. The fire chief, police chief and school superintendent attended. But the bulk of the meeting was spent, not on emergency plans,
“The teachers are not in class but they are still teaching the public,” said School Board President Steve Broudy.
One hundred movies for $5! What an excellent deal. The Clean Shorts Film Festival is this weekend at Eastern Oklahoma County Technology Center in Choctaw. The fourth annual independent film celebration begins Friday and runs through Saturday. EOC’s Digital Media program organizes this festival that showcases independent films that are appropriate for most audiences. With
Plans for Luther schools to close for only one day for the Teacher Walkout at the State Capitol changed when it was announced that LPS would again close on Tuesday. The letter from Superintendent Barry Gunn posted Monday afternoon said “at this time, it has become apparent that Luther Public Schools will not have enough