3/26/18: Resources for Families During the Teacher Walkout

i Mar 26th
Licensed Child Care Programs:

If you prefer a licensed child care program, we are happy to do a free search for you:

Tulsa Kids Resources:

Tulsa Kids had compiled a list of license-exempt child care, food, and resources for teachers:

Children with Special Needs:

Special Kids Child Care Center, located at 6311 East Tecumseh Street, Tulsa 74115, will reserve and make available some care slots should there be a teacher walkout.  Children up to age 18 who need additional assistance, have developmental challenges, have mik-e buttons, or find it difficult to find placement are welcome. Feel free to contact Laura Williams, 918-902-5139 for more information or the center directly at 918-836-9464.

Pathways Adult Learning Center is offering 8:30am-5:00pm enrichment program classes to students with special needs aged 16+ during the teacher walkout. Located at the Kirk of the Hills church (4102 E 61st Street) in Tulsa. Space is limited. Email for more info or to register.

Other Child Care Programs:

iKamp | Special Edition
Kids ages 6-12 years
Date: Begins April 2 with a two-week commitment
Times: 7:15a-5:45p
Rate: FREE*
*Space is limited

iKamp will meet on both the campus of First Baptist Church Broken Arrow and the campus of Community Baptist Coweta. It is an interactive day-camp designed to meet the needs of the community in response to a teacher walk-out. iKamp provides a high-energy and focused schedule in a safe and secure environment. Kids will be involved in game rotations, sports, possible field trips and activities, movies, REFIT® and devotions daily.

Camp activities are led by a well-qualified and trained group of camp counselors and director level staff. Kids will be encouraged and challenged physically, mentally, socially, and spiritually each day as they experience different activities and meet new friends. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER