OKC police use Taser on naked inmate Wednesday night Jamal Bieniemy leads Sooners past Cowboys in Bedlam Woman dies from assault at Oklahoma City nursing center Senator's resolution asks for statewide vote to add corporation commissioners A kush operation: Medical marijuana dispensaries, nurseries open in metro area Programs allow students with special needs to attend college OSU QB Keondre Wudtee enters NCAA transfer portal Carrie Underwood welcomes baby boy Paul George continuing his MVP case with stellar play Two Oklahoma men killed in head-on crash in Wyoming Sources: Spagnuolo the favorite to be Chiefs DC OKC district reveals plans to close schools Oklahoma WIC benefits to continue into March despite shutdown State considering autonomous vehicle laws Second-degree murder charges filed in death of McLoud teen
Healthy Schools Oklahoma seeks to improve results in classroom
Published: September 14, 2018
Stanley Hupfeld Academy students are constantly in motion. They even move when they review spelling words and math problems.
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