The family-friendly event has activities by age group, including an egg hunt, a visit from the Easter Bunny and an officially timed 5K at Stars & Stripes Park.
OKCPS District 6 will choose their next representative on Tuesday, April 2.
From Oklahoma City’s confidence boost to her favorite memories from 10 years in public service, Councilwoman Salyer talks about what makes Oklahoma City tick.
Israel trip showcases similarities with Oklahoma.
Another example of Oklahoma City investing in itself and building towards the future.
“We’re always pulling on the same rope to move the City forward,” Freeman said.
The number of students who met the reading goal increased from 1,576 students during the fall to 2,096 students during the winter break.
“Throughout this process, our Board has remained focused on making decisions that would move OKCPS forward so that we can provide access to a world-class education for every student, regardless of their zip code.”