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CONSIDER CONTRIBUTING YOUR OKLAHOMA INCOME TAX CUT SAVINGS TO NORMAN PUBLIC SCHOOLS!
As Oklahoma’s education sector faces significant funding shortfalls, Norman residents have an opportunity to show their support through a gift to the Norman Public School Foundation. State aid allocations to the Norman Public School District have been reduced by nearly $900,000 for the remainder of the current school year. Additional reductions are expected due to a shortfall in the Education Reform Revolving Fund and again next year as the state continues to face financial challenges.
At a time when state funding is critical for local students, Oklahoma residents will receive a state income tax cut. However, Norman residents can invest their tax savings in local students through a gift to the Norman Public School Foundation.
Click here to calculate your estimated tax savings. Then, click here to donate that amount, or any amount you choose, to help fund critical resources in classrooms throughout Norman. Donors can demonstrate pride and encourage others to contribute by using #GiveItBackOK on social media. Please join us to support our students!
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Now Accepting Grant Applications for Fall 2016!! NPSF has simplified the Grant Application process to make it easier than ever to make your grant request!
Grant Due Date:
Tuesday, October 4, 2016 by 4:00 p.m.
The week of November 14-18, 2016
Heroes and Cowards, $1,000
Norman High School, Gayle St. John
Multiple copies of a novel for senior English students to enhance critical reading and thinking
Exploring the Unseen, $1,000
Irving Middle School, Cheryl R Berry
Microscopes unlock "The world of the unseen"
Out and About With Learning, $937
Kennedy Elementary, Montie Koehn
Outdoor classroom kits supporting music and movement, reading, math and art
Snoozeville Social Studies? That's History! $525
Jefferson Elementary, Jennifer Toperzer
Highly engaging American History graphic novels
Making Waves, $780
Norman North High School, Michael Mudd
Physical Science lab equipment that studies waves and sound
Polydron Playmasters, $960
Madison Elementary, Erin Hassen
Classroom sets of polydrons and geometry manipulatives