WEDNESDAY, Nov. 23, 2011
Angel tree project brightens holidays for Eugene Field kindergarten and sixth grade students
OSU-CHS is sponsoring a kindergarten and a sixth grade class for the annual Eugene Field Community School angel tree project.
Each student’s gift bag should contain a book, an article of clothing and a toy or gift. A sign-up sheet and gift tags are available at the CHS front desk. Please do not exceed $35 per student. Place the items in a gift bag with the student’s tag attached. Include both the student and teacher names.
Book suggestions for kindergarten students are kindergarten alphabet books, early readers or books by Dr. Seuss or Eric Carle. Books by Sharon Draper, Gary Paulson, Lois Lowery or Margaret Peterson Haddix are suggested for sixth grade students.
Bring gifts in their tagged gift bags to Lee Stidham at the front desk by Dec. 12. Contact Briá Taylor if you would like to attend class parties on Dec.20.
Bid on Bedlam tickets by 8:01 a.m. tomorrow and help support SAC scholarships
Make your bid on eBay for two tickets to the Dec. 3 Bedlam game by 8:01 a.m. tomorrow and help support the OSU in Tulsa Staff Advisory Council employee scholarships. Follow link to bid: OSU SAC In Tulsa: Bedlam Football Tickets. Contact Austin McCoy at (918) 594-8590 or email email@example.com for more information.
New faculty development sessions set
Machelle Linsenmeyer, Ed.D., director of Educational Development, announces faculty development sessions through March 2012. The sessions and presenters are:
- Human and Mannequin-Based Simulations: State of the Art and Lessons Learned, Jan. 20, 1-4 p.m., Dunlap - Dr. Tony Errichetti.
- The Neurobiology of Learning, Feb. 17, 1 – 5 p.m., Dunlap - Dr. John Pelley.
- Want Your Students to Learn More? Designing Your Courses for More Significant Learning, March 16, 1- 5 p.m., location to be announced - Dr. Dee Fink. See calendar
Steps for energy savings over the holiday weekend
Turn off all possible electronic equipment, including computers, monitors, speakers, printers, etc. Unplug items such as fans, chargers, radios and appliances such as coffeemakers. Close blinds and tilt the slats upward. Remember that temperatures may be cooler than usual, as heat may not be on in some spaces. As always, turn off the lights as you leave. More tips at http://www.okstate.edu/energy/ Have a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving weekend!
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Dec. 2 deadline for Bedlam Canned Food Drive
OSU and OU fans compete to raise the most donations of canned food and money during the Bedlam Canned Food Drive through Dec. 2. The drive benefits the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Place food items in the marked container in the elevator lobby and score points for the Cowboys. Make monetary donations at the CFBEO website. The OSU-OU Bedlam football game is Dec. 3.
SAC contest is Dec. 3
OSU Staff Advisory Council’s doughnut-eating contest is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Dec. 3 at Krispy Kreme on 71st Street. Entry is free for OSU employees, friends or family members. Contact Austin McCoy or Amy Adams for more information.
Dec. 6 set for webinar
Webinar: Managing Student Discipline Issues Legally and Effectively, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Dec. 6 at OSU-CHS, E- 102.
Holiday party Dec. 9
The OSU-SAC in Tulsa holiday party is from noon to 2:30 p.m. Dec. 9 in Founders Hall.
Purchase Sam’s Club memberships Jan. 13
Sam’s Club is on campus from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jan. 13, offering one-year memberships. Cost is $40. Join or renew your membership and receive a gift card. Pay by cash or check. If paying by check, please bring a valid driver's license.
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