DSAE''s fourth grade has worked for weeks on preparing for this Living History Museum presentation. Students were responsible for choosing an African American who has made an impact on American society in meaningful way.Students have chosen a diverse number of influential leaders to represent from athletes and entertainers,political and civil right leaders,as well as scientists and inventors.
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A+ for Arts Night! DSAE was filled with an energy of creativity and confidence as our students took the stage at the Annual “Arts Night” Festival. The extravaganza began with a sensational song from our Choir Club, followed by two pleasantly perfected String Club performances, both led by our marvelous music teacher, Mrs. Stanfill. Switching gears, the Drama Club, under the supervision of Ms. King and Mrs. Brown, tickled the audience with their comical 3-scene stage play. Up next, Mrs. Gunter,Ms. Gray and her Dance Club hit the stage and dazzled people of all ages with their delightful dance moves! Back at it, Mrs. Stanfill and her charming Clarinet Club captivated our ears with their harmonious melody. The Choir Club caused quite the upROAR as they closed the event with a powerful musical selection that left us all feeling encouraged! DSAE would like to thank all participating students and the student audience, supportive parents and friends, hardworking teachers and administration, and a special thanks to our humble host, Mrs. Stanfill, for the organization of such an exciting event and Mr. Heckman for his astonishing Art Exhibit!
In 4-H club, we have started the Techxcite Quest for Speed kit that focuses on engineering, math, and science. 4-hers will go through the hands-on curriculum for a whole 4-6 weeks. Pictured are 4-hers with their ramp-powered k'nex cars. Students compete against one another through their quest for speed. Click to see pictures from the event.
Representative Dan Kirby visited NEHS induction ceremony at DSAE
We held our very first National Elementary Honor Society induction ceremony. The members were inducted into the society pledging to uphold the characteristics within this society: scholarship, responsibility, service and leadership. Thank you to all our family and friends who have supported this exciting and memorable milestone at DSAE. Special thank you to Representative Dan Kirby for speaking at our event!
Dove Schools are organizing city-wide Tulsa STEM Expo. The purpose of the Expo is to expose Tulsa's youth to the exciting and engaging world of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and to ignite their interests and motivation for these disciplines. With the expectation of 1000 visitors, students will not only showcase their STEM knowledge but will have a chance to win PC tablets, IPods, gift cards, door prizes and much more…. Friday, March 7, 2014 starting at 9:00am for contestants and at 10:00am for visitors with opening ceremony. Join us at Tulsa Expo Square Central Park Hall. Please visit our website for more information: www.tulsastemexpo.com
The School Choice and Dove Public Charter Schools at Oklahoman
The University of Arkansas Professor’s article was published at Oklahoman during the week of National School Choice Week. The article is the summary of Dr. Maranto’s observation during his visits to our high school campuses. “Yet charter schools remain controversial. Critics say traditional public schools already succeed, while supporters say that letting parents pick public charter schools helps kids. What if both sides are right? What if traditional public schools succeed with traditional kids, but have trouble teaching disadvantaged kids? What if school choice can help some of those kids? That occurred to me recently when I visited Dove Science Academy's high schools in inner-city Tulsa and Oklahoma City.”
You may reach to the article from the following link.
Dove Schools Parent Mobile is on the Apple App Store and Google Play Store
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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