Parents please help us improve by completing annual DSAE school climate survey. You may complete the survey from any computer with an internet connection. You are asked to complete DSAE school climate survey about school climate—the learning and teaching/working conditions—to help guide school improvement efforts. We value your feedback. Your Participation in the survey is very important. The results of this survey will be used to make changes in DSAE to ensure a positive climate for teaching and learning. The school climate survey will be available from April 17 through May 6, 2014.
(Your participation is voluntary. Your responses will be anonymous and confidential.)
Enrollment process for 2014-2015 has been in progress since January and public lottery was conducted at each campus on March 27, 2014 with the participation of prospective students and parents. We would like to thank our communities both in OKC and Tulsa for showing great interest to our schools. The schools will still accept the applications and will be placed in the waiting list. Please call our school offices for specific information.
The deadline to return enrollment packages is April 21, 2014.
We are in need of volunteers for testing on April 16, 17, 22, 23, 24, & 25. All volunteers must take a small training session to prepare you for your task. If you are available, you must attend a 15 min. training session after school on Monday or Friday at 3:30pm, please contact Chris at 887-5846 for times or to sign up.
We’ll be taking part in The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Pasta for Pennies, presented by Olive Garden. During the next three weeks, students will be collecting spare change to support LLS’s mission: To cure Leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s disease and myeloma, and to improve the quality of life of patients and their families. Each student should have received his or her own box for collecting spare change. Thank you and your child in advance.
Annual Black History Month Celebration at DSA Elementary
DSAE hosted its Annual Black History Celebration in honor of Black History Month and what a celebration it was! The ceremony was a two part event, which began with a poetry recital from our wonderful Latch Key Teacher and her amazing club members! Up next, student performer, Josiah B., wowed the audience with his cool dance moves! The teachers wanted a piece of the action as well, beginning with Ms. May taking us on a visual journey of Black Inventors with her perfect “ABC Inventors” PowerPoint Presentation, followed by Mrs. Gunter and Ms. King with their comical song and dance covering music from the 1960’s –2000’s. Oklahoma State Representative, Ms. Anastasia Pittman, closed the ceremony with her powerful, encouraging words, bright smile, and daring dance moves! She also came bearing educational gifts for our staff and students! DSAE would like to thank our special guest speaker, dedicated teachers and administration, participating students and student audience, supportive parents and friends, and a special thanks to our fabulous PTO member, Chris Larkpor for her exceptional leadership and organization of this outstanding event!
Dove Schools Parent Mobile is on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store
Dear Students & Parents,
Dove Schools 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. Dove Schools Parent Mobiles are ready on the App Store and Android MarketDownload User Guide
Access to the grades, homework, attendance, discipline points, schedule, web news, school calendar, payments and test center.
Dove Science Academy Schools are high performing K-12 public charter schools in
Oklahoma that focus on math, science, engineering, and computer technologies to
provide opportunities for underserved communities. Dove Science Academy Schools
proudly serve more than 1,500 students in four college preparatory schools. With
a college acceptance rate of 100 percent, Dove Science Academy Schools have
earned the reputation of providing a distinct, high-quality education.
4 schools in Oklahoma
serving 1,600 students
800+ students on
our waiting list
73.5% of students qualify for free/reduced meals.
41.9% African American
3.1% Native American