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Edible Lunar Vehicle Competition

Discovery School of Tulsa's 2nd Grade students did a spectacular job in their recent Edible Lunar Vehicle competition!

The schools involved in this competition were Discovery School of Tulsa and Indiana University Purdue University Columbus (IUPUC students created vehicles based on the blueprints created by Discovery School of Tulsa's 2nd Grade students). The students' car competition was based on how far the car goes before stopping. The lunar vehicles were made entirely out of fruit, vegetables and candy.

The Edible Lunar Vehicle (ELV) Project is a chance for students to explore engineering design in a fun, hands-on approach for younger elementary students. Our second grade students started by observing the phases of the moon for 2 months. The next process was to compare and contrast the surface of the Earth and Moon. During this time, the students learned about how vehicles work on Earth and what they would need to move on the moon. The last phase of the project was for students to design their vehicle demonstrating what they learned through the adaptations on their vehicle. Throughout the project, the students were teamed with several students throughout the world. For this competition, we were partnered with IUPUC, Forrest Hill School in New Zealand, and Depew Elementary in Depew Oklahoma.

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8th Grade Robotics team is recognized by the Tulsa Mayor's Office for their outstanding achievement in Robotics.

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Tulsa STEM EXPO Will be Hosted by Dove & Discovery Schools

All middle and high school students in public, private, charter or home schools in Tulsa are invited to participate in the 2015 Tulsa STEM Expo , hosted by Dove Science Academy Tulsa on March 6th, 2015 at the Expo Square.

The expo, an innovative alternative to traditional science fairs, will include demonstrations, games and robotics from students across Oklahoma area. Interested students can register for free at OK STEM EXPO

There will be the keynote speaker at the expo.

For more information, visit Tulsa STEM EXPO Website

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Congratulations Discovery Math Counts Students!!!

Congratulations to our Discovery School of Tulsa MS students and Math department on Saturday's accomplishments at the Math Counts competition at the University of Tulsa! Discovery students earned 4th place as a team and Hugo Reyna earned 5th place out of 200+ individuals. Great job, Team!!

Black History Month

Students and Staff at Discovery School of Tulsa celebrated the start of Black History Month with an assembly on Tuesday, February 4, 2015. With this month's Black History theme of "I Have A Dream, Too!" in mind, students presented their thoughts on great African-Americans in history and how they can learn from their journeys to achieve their own dreams. Our special speaker for the event, Mr. Philip K. Armstrong, gave an outstanding presentation, which focused on making a difference in our world today. We thank Mr. Armstrong for taking time from his busy schedule to deliver a high-quality message to our school community.
As we celebrate Black History month, we encourage our school community to learn from the past so that we can make a positive difference in the future!

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Congratulations to our DST Robotics team!!!

Congratulations to our DST Robotics teams for their great accomplishments this weekend at the State Robotics competition in Edmond/OK!

First Place -- Robot Performance Award
Second Place -- Mechanical Design Award

We are very proud of your accomplishments. Keep up the great work!

Coin Wars Fundraiser

Discovery students and staff did it again! Through our recent coin wars competition, students raised $1,452.81 towards an outdoor playground.

MidFirst Bank has agreed to match this amount up to $800. Great job students and staff! Special thanks to Mrs. Wabaunsee, for coordinating this effort. Thanks to MidFirst Bank for your support!

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The Tulsa Opera Visits Discovery!

The Tulsa Opera presented a top-quality performance of Jack and the Beanstalk for all K-5 Grade students at Discovery School of Tulsa on Monday, November 10, 2014. Performers put on an engaging show, while at the same time teaching the students that bullying does not belong in our school. The Golden Rule, treating others the way we want to be treated, was a clear theme during the performance.

Several of our 4th Grade students had the opportunity to perform as the "Buttercups", and all students participated in a song that they had learned prior to the performance in their music class. The performance ended with a 5 minute Q&A session.

Thank you Mr. Sisko for bringing the Opera to Discovery. A special word of thanks goes out to the Tulsa Opera for giving Discovery students an experience of a lifetime!

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During the month of November, we reflect on the great contributions made by the First Americans to the culture and character of the United States of America. We are thankful for their loyalty, courage and for strengthening our country. During our Native American Heritage assembly, students at Discovery School of Tulsa gave presentations in honor of the earliest Americans.


The staff at Discovery School of Tulsa would like to wish all parents and students a wonderful,happy Thanksgiving! Thanks to all who came in for the Discovery Thanksgiving dinner that was held in the evening on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

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"We are pleased to announce to our school community that Discovery School of Tulsa earned an "A" Grade for the 2013-2014 school year. We celebrate this achievement with our school family. Keep up the hard work!"

Edible Lunar Vehicle

Congratulations Ms. Coy!

Her proposed session, entitled Edible Lunar Vehicle: Making the World Smaller Through Technology that Supports Student Learning of Engineering Design has been selected for presentation at the National Science Teachers Association National Conference in March!

She will be presenting with Dr. Kate Baird (Indiana University-Purdue University Columbus) on this topic that she developed and implemented at Discovery last school year with our 2nd Grade students.

Yay Ms. Coy!

Arkansas Qualifier

This past weekend, our Robotics team competed in the Arkansas qualifier.

Our team earned second place in the Robot performance and won an award for Robot design and programming!

This was our team's first time competing in the Arkansas qualifier.

The students had a lot fun and this was a great experience for them as they prepare for the upcoming Oklahoma qualifiers.

Great job Mr. Aliyev and the DST Robotics team!


Discovery School of Tulsa joins the Tulsa community in celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month! During this time we recognize and celebrate Hispanic history and culture, as well as the contributions of Hispanic Americans.

During our Hispanic Heritage assembly on Monday, August 15, 2014, selected Discovery students performed a Latin-American song and poem. Our special guest presenters Sara Martinez, Hispanic Resources Center Coordinator, and Rebecca Jordan, Youth Librarian at the Herman and Kate Kaiser Library. They talked with our 3rd - 8th Grade students about Hispanic -American history and culture, and performed a piece of poetry by a Latin-American author.

We thank the ladies from the Martin Regional Library for celebrating Hispanic Heritage with Discovery School of Tulsa, as well as our very own Mrs. Graham for organizing the event!

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Discovery Students thank Armed Forces for their Service!

As we remembered the lives that were lost on September 11, 2001 in New York City, we also remember the countless acts of bravery and courage that were displayed by our armed forces after this event. Students and Staff at Discovery School of Tulsa created “Thank You” boards that were delivered to our armed forces in the Tulsa area to thank them for the outstanding work they do every day!

Several students and staff delivered Thank-You Boards to:
- Captain Jeremy Land and the fire fighters at Firestation 21
- Sergeant First Class Joshua Graham with the Army Reserve accepted Thank You boards on behalf of SPC Hurt, SGT Sneed, 1SG Wilcoxson, SSG Zenier, and Major O'Day with the 883rd QM CO in Broken Arrow.
- Captain Cathy Reynolds and the officers at the police station on 75th and Riverside

We celebrate our heroes in Tulsa!

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Discovery School of Tulsa remembers the events that happened in New York City on September 11, 2001. We remember all who suffered and perished in this tragic event. We also remember the acts of bravery, courage and kindness that were shown by the American people in response to this tragedy. Today we stand strong, knowing that we can overcome any obstacles together!

Mr.Young and Mr.Seriguchi visited DST

Discovery School of Tulsa was proud to host Mr. Josiah Young and Mr. Randy Seriguchi during their recent visit to Tulsa. Young and Seriguchi work on National Education reform with the Students First and Stand Up organizations, based in Sacramento, California.

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Award-Winning American Author Jack Gantos Visits Discovery

Discovery School of Tulsa was honored to have award-winning author Jack Gantos at Discovery School of Tulsa on Friday, August 22, 2014.
Mr. Gantos gave a live interview on campus to Good Day Tulsa. During the assembly for 5th and 6th Grade students, Mr. Gantos explained to students how they could set up a journal, find things to write about in their journals, and how to organize the journal. His outstanding, child-appropriate presentation encouraged students not only to talk about writing but also to become great writers. Jack Gantos has won various awards, including the Newbery Award and the Scott O'Dell Award for Historical Fiction.

Discovery School of Tulsa thanks the Tulsa Library Trust for making this great learning experience available through a grant from the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation. We also thank our very own Ms. Maness, Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Owens, as well as Mrs. Bentley for working hard to make this opportunity possible.

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Discovery School Parent Mobile is on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store

Dear Students & Parents,

Discovery School Parent Mobile applications are ready for all parents and students of our school. Parents and guardians can keep in contact with the school and track students' progress from their smart phones anytime. Discovery School Parent Mobiles are ready on the App Store and Android Market

Application features:

  • Access to the grades, homework, attendance, discipline points, schedule, web news, school calendar, payments and test center.
  • Receive push notifications about student's progress (grades, homework, discipline points, attendance).
  • Support for access to multiple student accounts.
  • Offline viewing of student's data. Parents view student's data even when they are not connected to a network.
  • Easy access to students' login information.
  • Email communication with the teachers without leaving the application.

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