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Middle School

Academic Bowl

Pamela Ames
Sponsor
amespa@tulsaschools.org

Academic bowl is a great extracurricular activity.  It is a knowledge competition where you can use your intelligence to win.  It is an activity that can carry on through high school and even college.  Academic bowl teams get the opportunity to travel to various meets and compete against the other TPS middle schools.  Plus, it is a lot of fun!

Middle school students interested in joining need to see Mrs. Ames in room 216. You will need to get a parent permission slip signed. Meetings will start in September. 

Meeting Time (subject to change):
Monday and Tuesday mornings from 7:30-8:05 in room 216

FCA

Our Vision
To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.

Our Mission
To present to athletes and coaches and all whom the influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.

Our Values
Integrity  -  Serving  -  Teamwork  -  Excellence

Student Council

preamble

We, the students of Thomas A. Edison Preparatory Middle School, in order to promote a spirit of unity, to provide a means of expression of student opinion, to better our understanding of the democratic process, to endorse institutional involvement and pride, and to improve the general welfare of the school, do hereby form ourselves into this council.

article I: name

This organization shall be known as the Thomas A. Edison Preparatory Middle School Student Council.

article II: membership

SECTION 1. The Student Council shall consist of the officers, one representative from each first hour, a teacher sponsor, and members at large to be determined from application. 

SECTION 2. Each member shall have one vote, except for the President, who will vote only in the case of a tie, and the sponsor, who serves only as an advisor to the council.

SECTION 3. All representatives shall be elected within their respective first hour and serve a term of one school year. Representatives must meet all OSSAA eligibility requirements.

article III: officers

SECTION 1. The officers of the council shall include a President, Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Parliamentarian.

SECTION 2. The duties of the President shall be to preside at all meetings of the council, to appoint all committees unless otherwise provided for, and to confer with the administration on points of contention.

SECTION 3. The duties of the Vice-President shall be to assist the President and to preside in his absence.

SECTION 4. The duties of the Secretary shall be to record the minutes of the meetings and to keep accurate records of the activities of the council.

SECTION 5. The duties of the Treasurer shall be to keep accurate, fiscal records of the expenditures of the council, and to serve as the council’s representative on the Board of Control.

SECTION 6. Each office shall be held for the duration of one school year.

SECTION 7. An officer may be removed from office for failure to uphold his duties within the council, consistent ineligibility with regard to OSSAA guidelines, or by any reason deemed proper and necessarily justified by the administration in order to maintain the high standards upheld within the council. 

article IV: meetings

SECTION 1. The Student Council shall meet bi-monthly at a designated meeting time and place.

SECTION 2. A majority of the total membership of the council must be present in order to have a quorum and, thus, an official meeting.

SECTION 3. Parliamentary procedure as set forth in Robert’s Rules of Order shall be followed in meetings of the Student Council.

article V: elections

SECTION 1. The elections of Student Council officers shall be held in the fall.

SECTION 2. Any student filing for office must meet eligibility requirements set forth by the OSSAA at the time of filing and on the day of election.

SECTION 3. All members of the Student Council may vote.

SECTION 4. Additional rules and procedures shall be explained in the bylaws of the council.

article VI: committees

SECTION 1. The President of the Student Council shall reserve the right to appoint chairmen, based on application, for committees:

articles VII: amendments

SECTION 1. Amendments to this Constitution shall be ratified by a majority vote of the Student Council.

articles VIII: ratifications

SECTION 1. This Constitution shall be ratified by a majority vote of the student council.

Native American Student Association (Nasa) (Parker 133)

Native American Student Association (NASA):

Sponsor middle school :  Erin Parker

Sponsor high school:  Kendra Culp

Meetings are held after school every Wednesday in Ms. Parker's room, 133 on middle school side.


BPA (Jones 128)

usiness Professionals of America is the leading CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.

BPA has 43,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states. BPA is a co-curricular organization that supports business and information technology educators by offering co-curricular exercises based on national standards.

Students who join BPA can:
  • Learn valuable leadership skills
  • Become an officer of BPA
  • Attend leadership conferences
  • Participate in community service projects
  • Participate in state BPA competitions
  • Participate in fundraisers

If you want to join a great club, sign up with Mr. Jones in 128.

 


 

High School

bell schedule - activity days

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club meetings - activity days

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CLUB REQUEST FORM

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ACADEMIC BOWL (ALLEN 225) EDDIE DAY

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ADULTING 101 (WINSTON 39) EAGLE DAY

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AFRICAN AMERICAN CLUB (HILL 23) EAGLE DAY

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ANIME (MCALESTER 117) EDDIE DAY

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BAND COUNCIL (STYERS 117) EAGLE DAY

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BASEBALL (GUNTER 171) EAGLE DAY

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BASKETBALL BOYS (PARISH SELLERS) EDDIE DAY

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BASKETBALL GIRLS (U 46) EDDIE DAY

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BEAUTIFICATION (VISE EAGLE 1) EDDIE DAY

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BPA (LEACH 180-1) EDDIE DAY

Business Professionals of America is the leading CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) for students pursuing careers in business management, office administration, information technology and other related career fields.

BPA has 43,000 members in over 2,300 chapters in 23 states. BPA is a co-curricular organization that supports business and information technology educators by offering co-curricular exercises based on national standards.

Students who join BPA can:
  • Learn valuable leadership skills
  • Become an officer of BPA
  • Attend leadership conferences
  • Participate in community service projects
  • Participate in state BPA competitions
  • Participate in fundraisers
If you want to join a great club, sign up with:
  • Ms. Foster - Room 182
  • Mrs. Leach - Room 180-1
  • Ms. Richman - Room 151
  • BPA Local Dues: $5.00

(Fundraisers will be available to assist with paying $19 national dues)

Chess (GUARD EAGLE 1) EAGLE DAY

Edison's Chess Club practices and competes in chess tournaments. In a recent tournament, the teams won first place in under 1100 and 2nd place in the under 700.  Two students, Mark Butcher and Michael Crook, won individual medals, and Alex Smith won the first place individual trophy.

CHINESE (GROVES 33) EDDIE DAY

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CLASSICAL MUSIC LISTENING (VILLARREAL 130 MS) EDDIE DAY & EAGLE DAY

Each week, students will listen to a piece of music from the vast repertoire of classical music. All high school students are welcome to join, and there are no dues. The only requirement is that all students attending this club must be completely silent while we listen. This will enable everyone to be able to really, really listen to the music. Students may bring their own silent activity to do while we listen (such as reading, writing, drawing, or knitting…). Students don’t have to do anything at all…sometimes it’s just nice to be in a quiet space for 30 minutes while we all share the experience of listening to music that has stood the test of time.

 

Climb Club

The Edison Climb Club will be held every Friday from 4 PM-6 PM starting January 18th and ending May 17th. Club will not be held the week of Spring break (March 22nd).

The cost for the entire semester is $270 which can be broken into monthly payments of $67.50. The first payment is due by the first club session on January 18th. If student has a membership with Climb Tulsa, a 10% discount will be applied to club price.

If you have any questions for Climb Tulsa you can contact the gym at (918) 430-4400 or contact the Youth Program Director Miranda Wolf at miranda@climbtulsa.com. Other questions can be directed to the Edison club sponsor, Polly Robinson, at 918-629-2126. Register here.

Photo of Edison Climb Club 2019

COLOR GUARD (STYERS 117) EDDIE DAY

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CREATIVE WRITING (BARTO 52) EAGLE DAY

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D + E (PIROK 173) EAGLE DAY

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E4E (Eagles for Equality) REAGLE 152 EDDIE DAY

If you would like to join Eagles for Equality or have any questions about the club, please contact Julie Reagle at reaglju@tulsaschools.org or see her in her classroom on the high school side, Room 152.

 

Eagle Theater Company

Information coming soon!

Eagles for Christ

Information coming soon!

FCA

Our Vision

To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches.

Our Mission

 To present to athletes and coaches and all whom the influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church.

Our Values

Integrity  -  Serving  -  Teamwork  -  Excellence

FEA (LEACH 180-1) EAGLE DAY

Future Educators Association (Educators Rising)

This club is for students who want to be teachers or who enjoy working with kids.

Why join FEA?
  • Have opportunities to explore careers in the education
  • Visit classrooms to get a realistic understanding of the role of the teacher
  • Work with children by tutoring students at area elementary schools
  • Learn valuable leadership skills
  • Become officers of FEA
  • Attend education conferences teacher-education programs at colleges
  • Participate in community service projects
  • Participate in fundraisers
Sign up with:
  • Mrs. Leach - Room 180-1
  • FEA Dues: $5.00

Freshman Board (SILVA 165) EAGLE DAY

If you have any questions regarding Freshman class board please contact Ilana Silva at silvail@tulsaschools.org or see her in Room 165.

You can attend during Activity Days, but you must have an ID sticker in order to attend. See Ms. Silva in Room 165 for your ID sticker.

IMPROV CLUB (HARRINGTON BLACKBOX) EDDIE DAY

Information coming soon!

JROTC (SHIPPS & HILL 23) EDDIE DAY

Sgt. Shipps

Raymond A. Shipps
Army JROTC Instructor

Office: 918 - 746 - 8593
Cell: 918 - 808 - 3247
Fax: 918 - 746 - 8578

Junior Board (RICHMAN 151) EAGLE DAY

$15.00 - Dues

Students help senior class with some of their activities (Senior Trip, Senior Breakfast, Prom). 

Junior Day in the spring is a big fundraiser for the junior class.  All money helps with activities during their senior year.

KEY CLUB (RICHMAN 151) EDDIE DAY

$15.00 – Dues

Student work with the Kiwanis and volunteer for numerous activities set up by them. 

MU Alpha Theta (PHILLIPS 48) EAGLE DAY

Who we are:

Mu Alpha Theta is the National High School and Two-Year College Mathematics Honor Society, dedicated to inspiring keen interest in mathematics, developing strong scholarship in the subject, and promoting the enjoyment of mathematics in high school and two-year college students. 

The Edison Chapter convenes program meetings, takes field trips, and participates in competitions. In Fall 2010 we hosted Miss Anne Gambrel, a University of Tulsa TURC Scholar, who gave a presentation on her research in Physics. In recent years we have taken field trips to Norman to meet with Martin Gardner (longtime author of the Scientific American Mathematical Games column and author of over 70 books on many subjects), and to Stillwater for a presentation by Dr. David Wright (OSU Professor, number theorist, visual explorer of symmetries, and co-author of Indra's Pearls). We have participated in the monthly Oklahoma Math League competitions as well as the annual American Mathematics Competition (AMC).

How to join:

It's easy — all you need is $10, and at least a 3.0 GPA in math subjects through at least geometry. The fee covers you for life. See Ms. Phillips in Room 48 or phillky@tulsaschools.org for details or to sign up!

NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY (THOMAS & HOWARD 20) EDDIE DAY

Prerequisite:  at least one high school visual art class
Sponsors:  Julie Thomas and Beth Howard
Room: 20
Dues: $10
National Art Honor Society meets both days.

Here at Edison, we love to promote the arts while showing off our students amazing talents.  NAHS is one way to do that!  Join us for engaging service projects and wonderful art experiences that include painting, tie die, screen printing and much more!

In 1978, the National Art Education Association began the NAHS program to inspire and recognize students who have shown an outstanding ability and interest in art. The program supports members in their efforts to attain the highest standards in art scholarship, character, and service, and to bring art education to the attention of the school and community.

Native American Student Association (Culp 176)

Native American Student Association (NASA)

Sponsor middle school :  Erin Parker

Sponsor high school:  Kendra Culp

Meetings are held after school every Wednesday in Ms. Parker's room, 133 on middle school side.


National Honor Society

National Honor Society is a great accomplishment and speaks volumes for a students achievement both in the school and the community.

Belonging is no easy task as the student must maintain a 3.4 GPA, belong to two other organizations and perform a minimum of 25 hours of community service. If you like an academic challenge and giving back to your community then this could be the place for you.

To join, contact Mr. Griffin at Edison HS.
 

ROBOTICS (GUARD 156) EDDIE DAY

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Senior Class

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Serteens (PRUITT & SATTERLEE 164) EDDIE DAY

Serteens Club is a community service organization, which has members who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, as well as students that are interested in learning sign language.  Our community outreach programs include Happy Hands (Early Childhood School for small deaf/hard-of-hearing children), Tulsa Speech and Hearing Association (which provides sign language interpreter services), and Wright Elementary School (which houses the elementary Deaf Ed Program for Tulsa Public Schools).  We help with the TSHA Deaf Santa Christmas party on an annual basis.  We also do fundraisers to help pay for the Senior Close-Up Trip to Washington, DC.  Serteens Club has been a part of Edison Preparatory High School for more than 30 years.  

SHOW CHOIR (PARNELL 27) EAGLE DAY

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SOCCER (ROGERS 180) EAGLE DAY

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Sophomore Board (EDWARDS 3) EAGLE DAY

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SPADES (HOFFMANN LIBRARY) EDDIE DAY

Spades club is a wonderful opportunity to play spades and other card games.  Enjoy your peers as you learn new games and perfect your card playing abilities. 

 

STUCO (GRIFFIN SNACK BAR) EDDIE DAY

Preamble

We, the students of Thomas A. Edison High School, in order to promote a spirit of unity, to provide a means of expression of student opinion, to better our understanding of the democratic process and to improve the general welfare of the school, do hereby form ourselves into this council.

Article I: Name

This organization shall be known as the Edison High School Student Council.

Article II: Membership

SECTION 1. The student council shall consist of officers, one representative from each first hour, the presidents of the Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior Classes, the President of the pep Club, a teacher sponsor, and members at large to be determined from application.

SECTION 2. Each member shall have one vote except for the President, who will vote only in one case of a tie, and the sponsor, who serves only as an advisor.

SECTION 3. All representatives shall be elected within their respective first hour or advisory and serve a term of one year. Representatives must meet all requirements in regard to eligibility.

article III: Officers

SECTION 1. The officers of the council shall include a President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer,

SECTION 2. The duties of the President shall be to preside at all meetings of the council, to appoint all committees unless otherwise provided for, and to confer with the administration on points of contention.

SECTION 3. The duties of the Vice-President shall be to assist the President and to preside in his absence.

SECTION 4. The duties or the Secretary shall be to record the minutes of the meetings and to keep accurate records of the activities of the council.

SECTION 5. The duties of the Treasurer shall be to keep accurate records of the expenditures of the council, and to serve as the council’s representative on the Board of Control.

SECTION 6. Each office shall be held for the duration of one school year.

SECTION 7. An officer may be removed from office for failure to uphold his duties within the council. Impeachment is accomplished by first presenting the council wit ha resolution of intention and secondly with a two-thirds vote at the following meeting.

Article IV: Meetings

SECTION 1. The Student Council shall meet bi-monthly at designated meeting time and place.

SECTION 2. A majority of the total membership of the council must be present in order to have a quorum and, thus, an official meeting.

SECTION 3. Parliamentary procedure as set forth in Robert’s Rules of Order shall be followed in meetings of the Student Council.

Article V: Elections

SECTION 1. The elections of Student Council officers shall be held in the spring.

SECTION 2. Any student filing for office must meet eligibility requirements set forth by the O.S.S.A.A.

SECTION 3. All members of the Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior classes may vote.

SECTION 4. Additional rules and procedures shall be explained in the bylaws of this council.

Article VI: Committees

SECTION 1. The President of the Student Council shall reserve the right to appoint chairman, based on application, of the following standing committees.

The Resolution Committee

The Publicity Committee

The duties of these committee heads shall be explained in the bylaws.

Article VII: Amendments

SECTION 1. Amendments to this Constitution shall be ratified by a majority vote of the Student Council.

Article VIII: Ratifications

SECTION 1. This Constitution shall be ratified by two-thirds of the student body.

Ratified April 1985

STUCO (OFFICERS ONLY) EAGLE DAY

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TECHNOLOGY OF TODAY (A. MERRILL 51) EAGLE DAY

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edison clubs

One of the advantages of being
at Edison is the variety of
clubs and organizations that
students can take part in.

 

Edison middle school students celebrate an academic bowl victory