Hogwarts comes to Oklahoma thanks to one creative teacher
Move over, Dumbledore. Hogwarts' beloved headmaster and his wand-waving colleagues have been one-upped by an Oklahoma City schoolteacher who's turned her classroom into a Harry Potter-inspired wonderland. Stephanie Stephens, a special education teacher at James L. Capps Middle School, is fast becoming a muggle hero after her husband posted photos of her handiwork on Reddit.
The Oklahoma Blood Institute is visiting our Home Office in Oklahoma City this week to collect donations from our Colleagues. We love our partnership with the OBI and we love doing our part to help the Community! #giveblood #OKC #community #AmericanFidelity #GPTW
Statement from the Oklahoma City CVB Thank you to all of our colleagues in so many organizations who have reached out to check on our team and community in the wake of the horrible disasters of the past two days. Read the full statement: http://www.visitokc.com/visitor-info/message/ The best way to help is by contribution to the relief funds for the tragedy. The Oklahoma Fund-American Red Cross is not only legitimate but serves as a tremendous resource in these situations.
We live in fear that our colleagues will leave us, not just because they are our friends, but because the district wouldn’t replace them even if we could lure new teachers to our inner-city schools during the teacher shortage you have caused. We fear our classes doubling in size.
Back in 2012, AF Colleagues lined up to donate items to Heart and Hand, a non-profit thrift store dedicated to serving the homeless women and children of Oklahoma City. We’re constantly looking for ways to give back to our community! #TBT #community