District Links

  1. AceReader (http://acereader.com)
  2. ACT (http://www.act.org)
  3. Alliance for Quality Services (http://www.Alliance4QualityServices.org)

Web sites that teach America's Folk Past and Present

Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Vintage Photographs from Yesteryear

A collection of early day photos from Ottawa County towns.

By John Schehrer


Montana Heritage Project

Story Arts Online:

CARTS: Cultural Arts and Resources for Teachers and Students

Family Folklore


This site offers free classroom-tested lesson plans, biographies of famous and common people of Williamsburg, as well as information on buildings, colonial life and time lines. The site also features regular "electronic field trips" that allow students to interact with experts and characters in Williamsburg. Check the site for upcoming field trips.


The resources page at the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles’ Web site includes links to libraries, museums, teacher and student resources, resources for children with special needs, homework help sites and more.


This site by NickNacks lets educators collaborate on projects through the Web. The site also guides those who want to develop a collaborative project of their own.


MIT graduate Kim Foley developed this site, which provides virtual field trips that explore topics such as hurricanes, deserts, endangered species, volcanoes, American presidents, Shakespeare, and more.

American Sociological Association (http://www.asanet.org)

Association of Professional Oklahoma Educators (http://www.apoe.org)


Battelle for Kids (http:www.BattelleforKids.org

Cable in the Classroom (http://ciconlilne.org)

Cable in the Classroom Organization (http://www.ciconline.org)


Commerce Middle School Demolition Video

Consumer Affairs GRE Prep

careertech CIMC Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center (http://www.okcareertech.org/cimc)
www.okcareertech.org/testing (http://www.okcareertech.org/testing

Character Education Web Sites

Child Nutrition Web Surfers

Classroll.com Login (http://www.classroll.com/loginT.htm)

Our site link is

College and Career Information: (http://www.education-online-search.com)Education Online Search is a web-based portal of career and college information

The College Board News (www.collegeboard.com/collegeboardnews)

Commerce High School TSA (Technology Student Association) (http://www.commercetigers.net/tsa)

Commerce High School student, Trenton Kissee's, article in the Oklahoma Technology Association'sTechlink Newsletter. The article is located on page 4. http://www.okacte.org/Divisions/TGY/Teched%20web/Feb05_nwsltr.pdf

Commerce Tiger Football (http://www.commercetigerfootball.com)

Committee for Children (http://www.cfchildren.org)

Constitutional Rights Foundation (http://www.crf-usa.org)

"Contexts" understanding people in their social worlds published for the American Sociological Association by the University of California Press (http://www.contextsmagazine.org)

Council for Exceptional Children (http://www.cec.sped.org)

C-SPAN in the Classroom (http://c-span.org/classroom

Developmental Studies Center (http://www.devstu.org)

Discovery Education brought to you by: www.unitedstreaming.com

Economics Education Websites

(Suggested by Samantha from Brighter Futures Charter School in California)

Education Week on the Web (http://www.edweek.org

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence (FREE) Web site--www.ed.gov/free
Emergence of Advertising in America--Nearly 9,000 images from the Library of Congress present the early history of advertising in the United States, including cookbooks, billboards, print advertisements, trade cards, calendars, almanacs and leaflets.
Exploring Earth: Visualizations--100 animations and images from the National Science Foundation illuminate key concepts in earth science, including how coal forms, how continents grow, how geysers erupt, how waves and tectonic plates move and more.
Reading Rockets: Launching Young Readers--Parent tips, video clips and transcripts from the Department of Education, including interviews with some of the nation's foremost reading experts; motivational e-cards that grandparents and teachers can send to children; and a forum for sharing suggestions and booklists.

FREE (Federal Resources for Educational Excellence)

Free Software http://www.fcdsoft.com

FutuReady - Helping kids click with the future. (http://www.FutureReady.org)

The George Lucas Educational Foundation: http://www.edutopia.org

SIG Summer Institute for the Summer Institute for the Gifted Providing the highest quality educational and social opportunities for academically gifted and talented students and educators (http://www.giftedstudy.com)

Gilcrease Musuem www.gilcrease.org

This is a great site to use for brain breaks or download youtube videos without ads.

Great Expectations (http://www.greatexpectationsok.org)

Area Health Education Center (http://www.healthsciences.okstate.edu/research/ahec/index.html)

The HOPE Foundation (www.hopefoundation.org)

International Reading Association (http://www.reading.org)

Michael Johnson Books: http://www.michaeljohnsonbooks.com

Just 4 Kids http://www.just4kids.org

Learn at Home
Various handouts which give parents ideas on ways to help their children learn at home and include both English and Spanish copies. http://www.primaryjunction.net/

The MASTER Teacher (http://www.masterteacher.com)

List of the 2003 Magna Award winners honoring Exemplary school district programs (http://www.asbj.com/magna)

The Official Mickey Mantle Web Site - The Mantle Family (http://www.mickeymantle.com)

Tribute to Mickey Mantle

Mickey Mantle




Mickey Mantle Classic Wooden Bat Tournament (http://mickeymantleclassic.com)

Mickey Mantle Museum (http://mickeymantlemuseum.com)

MarcoPolo: Internet Content for Your Classroom (http://marcopolo.worldcom.com)

This site has some great math games and several different levels to choose from.

Mathematics Education Implementation and Dissemination Centers


EDC K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Center800/332-2429

IMPACT New England at CESAME617/373-8380


ARC Center
Alternatives for Rebuilding Curricula800/772-6627, ext. 50


Show-Me Center573/884-2099


COMPASS-Curriculum Options In Mathematics Programs for All Secondary Students-Center800/688-1829

National Archives footage on Google Video

National Archives http://www.archives.gov

The National High School Center at the American Institutes for Research (AIR) has recently launched its Web site at www.betterhighschools.org. The High School Center will serve as a central source of in-depth knowledge, expertise, and analysis on high school improvement.

National Center for Educational Statistics (http://nces.ed.gov)

National Federation of State High School Associations (http://www.nfhs.org)

NSSE: National Study of School Evaluation (www.nsse.org)

NE Technology Training Consortium (http://www.nettc.org/)

Northeast Technology Center: (http://www.netechcenters.com)


Oklahoma Aquarium (http://www.okaquarium.org)

Oklahoma ASCD (www.oascd.org)Oklahoma Council on Economic Education (www.ocee-ok.org)

Oklahoma Education Employment Board (http://www.oklahomateachingjobs.org)

Oklahoma State Department of Education (http://sde.state.ok.us)


Origins (http://www.OriginsOnline.org)

Origins is

a nonprofit educational organization founded in 1979. We work with children, teachers, and parents to generate and nurture community support and academic success. We offer the workshops Building Academic Communities Through the Arts and The Responsive Classroom® and provide consulting in schools. Origins is a regional center for the Responsive Classroom, licensed by the Northeast Foundation for Children.

Phi Delta Kappa International (http://www.pdkintl.org)

www.PhysicsCentral.com (http://physicscentral@aps.org)

THE POETRY SOCIETY of OKLAHOMA (http://poetrysocietyofoklahoma.org)

Various handouts which give parents ideas on ways to help their children learn at home and include both English and Spanish copies. http://www.primaryjunction.net/


http://www.readworks.org Sign up is free and it has tons of non-fiction passages w/questions that are alligned with common core standards. They can be printed out or just pulled up on your smart board and done as a class. Passages have grade levels listed.

http://www.ready.gov or http://www.ed.gov/emergencyplan/ for resources and information about security planning and crisis preparation from the U.S. Office of Homeland Security and the U.S. Department of Education.

The Regional Education Laboratories (www.RELnetwork.org)
This web site is maintained by the laboratories and contains highlights of their activities, links to each laboratory's Web site, and a place to search and request laboratory publications.

Handle with Care has free resources on its web sit including
-FREE power point on laws governing restraint use in schools
Email: Info@handlewithcare.com
Tel: 845-255-4031
For more information:

A couple of websites students may find useful for research:
http://worldfacts.us/, http://countrystudies.us/
http://magazine-directory.com/ .http://www.route66university.com/ Route 66 University This online institution of higher learning is destined to become the premier source of online information for America's most famous highway, variously called the Mother Road, Main Street of America, Route 66, and U.S. 66.

Generations of travelers have experienced Route 66 first-hand, and many more today are seeking her out. Whether you are making plans to motor along the Mother Road personally, or you're an armchair adventurer who wants to do some research from your home or office, Route 66 University is the source for you.

Safe Schools

Committee for Children (http://www.cfchildren.org)

<http://www.college-scholarships.com/oklahoma.htm> Oklahoma colleges, universities, and scholarships page. This page has links to Oklahoma college/university home pages and online applications, (mostly) toll free telephone numbers, and admissions and financial aid office email addresses. Elsewhere on the site are links to 32 free online scholarship searches <http://www.college-scholarships.com/free_scholarship_searches.htm>, SAT and ACT prep information, pages listing colleges in all 50 states, a free college admission and scholarships newsletter, and more. At the bottom of <http://www.college-scholarships.com> they have links to colleges/universities/scholarships in every state, and at <http://www.guaranteed-scholarships.com> they list scholarships guaranteed at individual colleges. At <http://www.get-recruited.com>, all students may be recruited by colleges, free.

School Laws of Oklahoma


Science Education Implementation and Dissemination Centers


IMPACT New England at CESAME617/373-8380

EDC K-12 Science Curriculum Dissemination Center617/618-2811


The LASER-Leadership and Assistance for Science Education Reform-Center at the NSRC202/287-2063


The SCI-Science Curriculum Implementation-Center at BSCS719/531-5550

Southwest Educational Development Laboratory (SEDL) (http://www.sedl.org)
States Served: Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas
National Leadership Area: Family and Community Involvemen

Success for All Foundation (http://www.successforall.net)

TEN SIGMA (http://www.tensigma.org)

T.H.E. Journal Educators Road Map to the Web (Links) (http://www.thejournal.com/highlights/roadmap/)

T.H.E. Journal (http://www.thejournal.com)

Title I Online (http://TitleIonline.com)

Total Cost of Ownership (http://www.classroomtco.org)

Tulsa Red Cross

Teach.com Online Doctorate in Education Programs

U.S. Department of Education (http://www.ed.gov)

This Web site is maintained by the U.S. Department of Education. It provides information about laboratory program events and publications, and links to other laboratory sites.

United States Distance Learning Association (http://www.usdla.org)

University of Oklahoma Independent Learning High School (http://ouilhs.ou.edu)

Vendors (Online Catalogues)

The Learning Company (http://www.learningcompanyschool.com)

School Specialty Companies (junebox.com)

Renaissance Learning (www.renlearn.com)

Eye on Education (www.eyeoneducation.com)

Star Interactive Incorporated (http:www.starcdrom.com)

Stenhouse Publishers - Professional Resources for Teachers (www.stenhouse.com)

James Stanfield Co Inc - Violence Prevention (www.stanfield.com)

pro ed - Special Education - Gifted - Developmental Disabilities (www.proedinc.com)

Southeastern Audio Visual (www.seaudiovisual.com)

Kid's Kitchen Reading Club (www.KidsKitchenReadingClub.com)

Laureate Learning Systems - Special Needs Software (http://www.LaureateLearning.com)

Office Depot (http://www.OfficeDepot.com)

SCHOOL.com An Office Depot Company (http://www.school.com)

Oklahoma Correctional IndustriesOklahoma Department of Corrections
4545 North Lincoln Blvd., Suite 103
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-6025 * FAX (405) 521-6031

Customer ServicePhone: 405-425-7500
FAX: 405-425-2838
Toll Free: 1-800-522-3565

Sales OfficesCentral Oklahoma: 405-521-6025
Southeastern, OK: 580-346-7814
Northeastern, OK: 918-581-2280
Western, OK: 580-788-2866

Or e-mail us at:okoci@oklaosf.state.ok.us

Visit our Web Site at:www.state.ok.us/~oci/

Boise Office Solutions (http:// www.BoiseOffice.com)

Social Studies School Service

WantToTeach.com (http://www.wanttoteach.com)

Webmail (http://webmail.commercetigers.net)

Official State Website (http:www.youroklahoma.com)


Youth For Human Rights International (http://youthforhumanrights.org)