At Whitman Elementary, students are exposed to academic enrichment through a regular rotation of music, computer, physical education, and library media studies. Students get to attend an enrichment class everyday in order to enrich the Whitman culture of PRIDE.
L.I.F.E. After School Program
L.I.F.E. is a free program that consists of reading, mathematics, homework assistance, and many more exciting experiences!
Program begins Monday, September 13th, Monday-Thursday 3:45-5:15pm.
- Monday/Wednesday - Enrichment activities
- Tuesday/Thursday - Academic support
For more information, please call the Tulsa Dream Center at 918-430-9984.
L.I.F.E. After School is made possible with funding from the 21st Century Community Learning Centers program.
At Whitman, Science Explorers helps make science cool and exciting through our interactive, hands-on format. Ever dissect a shark? What about a squid? Have you ever mixed together two liquids to create a solid? Made glowing slime? Examined a real heart? Built and launched your own rocket? Lifted a person using nothing but air? These are just a few of the things our scholars get to experience here at Walt Whitman. Science Explorers was founded in 1999 by Jennifer Moorehead with a mission to make science fun. Whitman has been able to enjoy this amazing experience through a generous grant from Ametek!
Science Explorers is an innovative, hands-on science company dedicated to providing an opportunity for children ages 4-11 to become engaged in the wonders of science.
Through the generous grant from the American Heart Association, Walt Whitman is is taking a new approach in the fight against childhood obesity. We’ve teamed with noted child-nutrition activist and philanthropist Kelly Meyer to create the American Heart Association Teaching Gardens planted in elementary schools across the country that become real-life learning laboratories for students to learn what it means to be healthy.
Aimed at first graders through fifth, we teach children how to plant seeds, nurture growing plants, harvest produce and ultimately understand the value of good eating habits.
Garden-themed lessons teach nutrition, math, science and other subjects all while having fun in the fresh air and working with your hands.