Celebrating Black History Month

“Every child deserves to see themselves in the world around them,” Sarah Caputo, art & music teacher at Positive Tomorrows, said. Mrs. Sarah, along with Director of Education Amy Brewer, work to incorporate cultural and diversity curriculum into the classrooms and extracurricular activities at Positive Tomorrows throughout the school year. This February, they are helping… Read More

Winter Break in the New School

Winter Break Camp from Dec. 30-Jan. 2 was the perfect way to celebrate the end of 2019 and ring in 2020, especially since it was the first break camp ever to be held in our new facility! At Positive Tomorrows, our programs are in session year-round, even when other schools are out on breaks such… Read More

Lexia Superstars

At Positive Tomorrows, our teachers use the Lexia Core5 Reading system to help get our kiddos caught up and on track for reading success! The Lexia Core5 Reading system is a personalized, online program that engages students through motivating and fun literacy-building activities while tracking progress in real-time. What does this mean for our students… Read More

First Day, New School!

On Dec. 2, we welcomed all our kiddos to their first day of classes in our new school! As our students exited the bus and vans, they were greeted by a high-five tunnel of staff, board members and friends. They walked under a kaleidoscope of color under the specially designed covered walkway leading into the… Read More

A Thunder Thanksgiving!

For the second year, Oklahoma City Thunder players and members of the OKC Thunder Cares Foundation helped our kiddos and their families enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving meal together. On Nov. 14, our kiddos and their families got to see the new school for the first time. After the OKC Thunder Cares Foundation served all our… Read More

High Structure-High Love: OPSRC

On Oct. 29, 2019, Positive Tomorrows’ Director of Education, Amy Brewer, led a three-hour workshop on the High Structure-High Love™ model for  educators, administrators and staff at the Oklahoma Public School Resource Center (OPSRC). The model, which focuses on working with children experiencing deep poverty, combines information about trauma and the brain with observations Brewer… Read More

Fall Break Camp 2019

For most schools, fall break means classes are cancelled and short vacations are planned to take advantage of the extended weekend. But for a child whose living situation can change overnight, fall break can be a time of uncertainty. Scheduling vacations and childcare are typically not options for families experiencing homelessness who, on a daily… Read More

A Visit from Pua the Pig

To celebrate the end of the school year, students at Positive Tomorrows got to meet a visitor almost as smart and kind as they are. Pua, the pot-belly rescue, is a two-year-old therapy pig who lives on a farm right outside of Oklahoma City (and yes, he is as sweet as the one in Moana).… Read More

A New Look: Celebrating 30 Years

Positive Tomorrows is thrilled to celebrate its 30th year of serving children and families experiencing homelessness. This fall, the school will roll out a refreshed logo to usher in a new decade of growth. The logo, generously designed by Ackerman McQueen, features the signature Positive Tomorrows blue and gold stars. The main star represents the… Read More

When Students Succeed: Transitioning to Public School

Positive Tomorrows serves students experiencing homelessness by providing transportation, basic necessities, an individualized and trauma-informed education, and enrichment opportunities. Case managers simultaneously partner with families to promote self-sufficiency and stability at home, with the goal being to break the cycle of homelessness. So what does this success look like, and what does it mean for… Read More