INTEGRIS adopted Stanley Hupfeld Academy in 1998 as Oklahoma's first charter elementary school. Our students are 92% minority, many live with single parents, extended family members or in foster homes – with 88% living in poverty. Without the school’s help, many would not have regular meals or access to a consistent, caring adult role model. With the implementation of an arts-integrated curriculum, after school, summer and Saturday school programs, a school-wide reading program, parent outreach initiatives and the addition of 300 mentors from the business community, the school's designation as low-performing has been removed, and students are reaching new levels of success and stability.
Addition of new classroom computers for grades 3-5 and computer tutorials for parents will bridge the technology gap for students and encourage parental involvement as they assist children with school work or complete their own resumes through technology access at the school. Impact: 320 students & families annually
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SHA students were given an outdoor classroom with raised/irrigated beds, an Oklahoma Garden and benches allowing students to grow their own produce and test them in nutritional cooking clubs. See your gift first hand through the Growing Up Green Garden Pavilion video link Growing Great Learners. Impact: 330 students annually
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