Please note:  We are merely providing resource information to you and are not endorsing or responsible for the organizations listed. 

Contact information for places parents can take their children during the teacher walk-out (listed alphabetical by city–Please note: There are additional links  of other resource pages listed without a city.):

Name of Organization/AgencyAddressCityStateZipcodePhone NumberContact FNContact LNemail addressOrg WebsiteServices Rendered
Childrens Learning Adventure- OKC/Edmond & Tulsa areas405.378.4163ChristinaKastlckastl@childrenslearningadventure.comhttp://www.childrenslearningadventure.com/index.phpWe will be offering care for all children during the walk out, at discount prices. We are willing to waive all registration fees and price match other care
Green Country AreaOKhttp://m.newson6.com/story.aspx?story=37775038&catId=112042Community and faith organizations are working to help Green Country families in preparation for the upcoming teacher walkout expected to start April 2. We have compiled a list of some of the organizations and churches that are offering help to parents in the event that Oklahoma schools shut down.

If you are involved in a group that is providing childcare to the public and aren't included here, please message us on Facebook with your plans, phone number, address and any other information parents and guardians will need to enroll.
HeartLine2-1-1http://heartlineoklahoma.org/HeartLine answers 2-1-1, and are working on compiling resources for the teacher walkout to include in our database. We’re expecting an increased call volume as folks start calling in to ask for resources for their kids during the walkout.

Community partners start directing people to call 2-1-1 for resources, so that every agency doesn’t have to have an all-inclusive resource list and can just refer their clients to us.
Rainbow Fleet Child Care Resources and Referral's405.255.1915TaylorBollingerbollinger@pricelang.comhttp://rainbowfleet.org/families/oklahoma-teacher-walkout-resource-list/A great, free resource for parents, especially in the face of the teacher walkout.

The tool provides free child care referrals online and over the phone (for Spanish-speakers as well), and allows parents to search for child care providers that meet their needs and preferences regarding the type of child care home, location, age and needs of children, and cost among other parameters. Rainbow Fleet also offers personal assistance, should someone prefer it to the online or over the phone options.  
Southwestern Youth Services, Inc.123 W CommerceAltusOK73521580.482.2809JeanneBrandonjeanne.brandon@swysok.orghttps://www.swysok.org/SWYS is coordinating with the Regional Food Bank and the City of Altus to provide lunches for our children if there is a walk out.
Boys and Girls Club of Bartlesville401 South Seminole AvenueBartlesvilleOK918.336.3636http://bgcbville.org/Open and free to all current B&G Club mebers. Because a large number of members are expected to need services, no new membership can be accepted.
PEAK: Public Education Advocates for KidsBartlesvilleOKbps-ok.org click Child NutritionThe school district is planning to provide free breakfast and lunch at selected locations during the first of the suspension period. Adjustments will be made if suspension extends longer and parents will be notified.
Locations:
Jane Phillips, Kane, Wilson, Hoover Elementary Schools (hot breakfast & lunch)
Central and Madison Middle Schools (breakfast & lunch - cold menu)
Bartlesville High School (breakfast & lunch - cold menu)
Serving times: Breakfast 8-9:30 am & Lunch 11 am-1 pm
Students can eat at any selected school site regardless of the school they attend. Children will not be able to remain in school buildings after eating unless they are participants in the YMCA program Elementary School Age Care.
The Rock122 South Park AvenueBartlesvilleOK918.336.3636ontherockministries.com3rd grade and up through HS. 1-6 pm
Open and free to all Rock members and guest members of appropriate age. Permission agreement signed by parent/guardian required for all.
YMCA Elementary School Age Care ProgramBartlesvilleOK918.336.0713https://www.facebook.com/Richard-Kane-YMCA-254977241342/Enrollment for current program members starts on Monday, March 26, with enrollment of non-members can have their child's name placed on a waiting list by calling the Y.
$11 per full day (who have partially paid for care already) and $20 for non-program members. Payment due at the time of enrollment.
Bixby Community AllianceBixbyOKKellyKincaidBixbyCommunityAlliance@gmail.comhttp://bit.ly/BCAresourcelist Coordinating local efforts to provide a central site for resources for those in the Bixby, Oklahoma community affected by the teacher walkout. We are also providing a comprehensive list of resources regarding childcare, food, and teacher support.
Bixby Free Will Baptist15801 South Memorial DriveBixbyOK918.366.8975http://bixbyfwb.com/bixby-free-will-baptist-church-free-day-campIn the event of a suspension of classes due to a possible work stoppage, this resource is being made available specifically to families in the Liberty Community. There is a form that is available online.
Bixby Outreach Center77 E Breckenridge AveBixbyOK918.366.9226https://bixbyoutreach.org/Working with the Bixby Community Alliance and other members of the Bixby community, the Bixby Outreach Center will be providing food options for those in need.
Daily Family YMCABixbyOK918.747.9622http://ymcatulsa.org/dailyDuring the teacher walkout the Daily Family YMCA will be providing a childcare options to the Bixby community.
Eight Acres Camp14775 South Lewis AvenueBixbyOK918.640.2493https://www.facebook.com/EightAcresBixby/Eight Acres Camp will be open IF there is a teacher walkout beginning April 2nd. Camp hours 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. $30 per day per child. Bring a sack lunch. Snacks and drinks provided. RSVP to 918-640-2493 to save a spot for your child. We will need registration forms available on our website. EightAcres.com"
Playtime Plus2566 East KenoshaBroken ArrowOK918.451.9336http://playtimeplus.com/Playtime Plus is a drop-in childcare center with hourly rates. They will be open extended hours during a possible teacher walkout, on a first-come basis.
Salvation Army/Boys and Girls Club Broken Arrow1400 West WashingtonBroken ArrowOK918.258.7545In an efforst to make sure your children have a safe and fun place to go in the event of a teacher strike, we will provide a free program for ages 6 and up. Membership is required.
Collinsville Ministerial AllianceCollinsvilleOKhttps://www.facebook.com/collinsvilleministry/Playtime Plus is a drop-in childcare center with hourly rates. They will be open extended hours during a possible teacher walkout, on a first-come basis.

Collinsville

Collinsville Ministerial Alliance will use the facilities at the Middle School and CUE to package cold meals that kids can take home. Breakfast will be handed out from 8 to 9 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 to 12. Students can take their lunch at breakfast. Other distribution points may be announced.
Community Baptist Church of Coweta28052 E 127th Street SouthCowetaOK918.486.4100
918.258.4575
https://www.facebook.com/thecommunityxp/Daily activities for school-aged children during the walkout.
Coweta Food 4 KidsCowetaOK918.468.3110https://www.facebook.com/agcoweta/Daily activities for school-aged children during the walkout. Anyone with questions can call the church at 918-486-4100 or 918-258-4575.

Coweta Food 4 Kids Program – will be delivering its weekly snack bags for students already in the backpack program. Bags will contain notes telling parents about additional food items available during the walkout period. Coweta Assembly of God is helping with this project. For more information, call 918-468-3110.
First Baptist Church of Coweta15296 State Highway 72CowetaOK918.486.2158CharlotteThulinhttp://www.cowetafbc.org/Bible-based childcare for K through 6th grade from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Space is limited, so you need to register at their website.
Coffee Creek ChurchDeer CreekOKhttps://www.coffeecreek.church/walkoutDue to the impending teacher walkout we will have available a daily day camp each day the walkout is in effect in our two area districts (Edmond & Deer Creek).

Our camp is available on a first-come first-served limited basis. Registration is now open for Monday and a decision on the next day's camp will be available by 3 PM the day before each camp day pending walkouts still being in effect.
Register for Day 1, Monday April 2nd
Gravity Dance4833 Southeast 29th StreetDel CityOK73115With the possibility of the schools closing Gravity is offering a Day camp starting the week of April 2nd. It will run daily as needed for students pre-K - 5th grade.
We will have fun dancing, doing arts and crafts, playing games and lots more
We are providing a safe and fun environment for your children. We will also provide lunch and snacks!! Space is limited so reserve your spot online. $1 will be charged to hold your spot.
Connection Church-Duncan1302 N Highway 81DuncanOK73533580.658.5413JoeLigon
jligon@fbcmarlow.orghttp://fbcmarlow.org/marlow/The nature of our service to the children in our communities will depend upon the needs of the children in our communities.  We would, however, be able and willing to feed children and provide some child care. 
Gabriel's House AcademyDuncanOK580.252.4782DeeCarriogabrielshouseinc@gmail.comhttp://www.gabrielshouseacademy.org/Gabriel’s House Academy is offering services for Duncan & Empire students during teacher walk out.
Coffee Creek ChurchEdmondOKhttps://www.coffeecreek.church/walkoutDue to the impending teacher walkout we will have available a daily day camp each day the walkout is in effect in our two area districts (Edmond & Deer Creek).

Our camp is available on a first-come first-served limited basis. Registration is now open for Monday and a decision on the next day's camp will be available by 3 PM the day before each camp day pending walkouts still being in effect.
Register for Day 1, Monday April 2nd
St. Jude's Dynamic Kidz Child Development13754 North LincolnEdmondOK73013405.424.6008CarlaKing-Cartercck2610@sbcglobal.netwww.stjudesdynamickidz.com/St. Jude's Dynamic Kidz Child Development will be open for all day care for infant-13 years old.
Connection Church-Elgin102 N Windy RdElginOK73538580.658.5413JoeLigon
jligon@fbcmarlow.orghttp://fbcmarlow.org/marlow/The nature of our service to the children in our communities will depend upon the needs of the children in our communities.  We would, however, be able and willing to feed children and provide some child care. 
Faith Church1901 West 71st StreetGlenpoolOK918.321.2720http://www.faithchurchnow.net/We are opening our campus for any and all students from any schools during teacher walkout starting April 2nd from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day for free! We will provide a snack and a lunch. Go to our website and click on the Child Care Walkout tab to reserve a spot! Hurry, there is only limited availability!

In case the walkout does occur, all of our volunteers/staff have background checks and a campus police officer will be on site. We will have plenty of fun activities for every age group planned out each day. For any other questions or concerns visit our website anytime or call our church office 918-321-2720 during our regular business hours.
Bounce Pro InflatablesJenksOKhttps://www.facebook.com/bounceprotulsaNot sure what to do during the walk out? Bounce Pro Inflatables, Turning Point Soccer and Center Stage of Jenks will make sure the kids have somewhere to go!

“Free Student Drop Off: April 2nd -12th, M-Fri, 8 a.m. -4 p.m., add’l $20 for before and aftercare available from 7 a.m. - 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. We will have basic soccer and basic dance lessons for those who want available. Also: Dodgeball, kickball, kids crafts, movies, Bounce World, volleyball, (basic) soccer lessons, indoor and outdoor games, snow cones and more!
Center Stage of JenksJenksOKhttps://www.facebook.com/CenterStageofJenks/?fref=mentionsNot sure what to do during the walk out? Bounce Pro Inflatables, Turning Point Soccer and Center Stage of Jenks will make sure the kids have somewhere to go!

“Free Student Drop Off: April 2nd -12th, M-Fri, 8 a.m. -4 p.m., add’l $20 for before and aftercare available from 7 a.m. - 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. We will have basic soccer and basic dance lessons for those who want available. Also: Dodgeball, kickball, kids crafts, movies, Bounce World, volleyball, (basic) soccer lessons, indoor and outdoor games, snow cones and more!
First United Methodist of JenksJenksOK918.299.5462https://www.facebook.com/First-United-Methodist-Church-of-Jenks-268014690285071/First Jenks understands the impact on families the teacher strike will have. We want to provide a safe, fun environment for the children of our community on that day. We have a limit of 30 spots available. Please RSVP by 3/30/18.
Jenks Community Education951 West Main Street, 3rd FloorJenksOK918.298.0340https://www.jenkscommunityed.com/We will offer non-school day care for students currently enrolled in the Child Care Enrichment Programs the weeks of April 2 & April 9 if needed. The current plan is to offer care from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at the Early Childhood Center, East Elementary, West Elementary and East Intermediate for current customers. Sign up at your child's before and after care program.
Turning Point SoccerJenksOKhttps://www.facebook.com/Turning-Point-Soccer-222782151203012/?fref=mentionsNot sure what to do during the walk out? Bounce Pro Inflatables, Turning Point Soccer and Center Stage of Jenks will make sure the kids have somewhere to go!

“Free Student Drop Off: April 2nd -12th, M-Fri, 8 a.m. -4 p.m., add’l $20 for before and aftercare available from 7 a.m. - 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. - 6 p.m. We will have basic soccer and basic dance lessons for those who want available. Also: Dodgeball, kickball, kids crafts, movies, Bounce World, volleyball, (basic) soccer lessons, indoor and outdoor games, snow cones and more!
First Baptist Church-Marlow213 N BroadwayMarlowOK73055580.658.5413JoeLigonjligon@fbcmarlow.orghttp://fbcmarlow.org/The nature of our service to the children in our communities will depend upon the needs of the children in our communities.  We would, however, be able and willing to feed children and provide some child care. 
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County (Alternate Site for Telstar Elementary)1124 N. Douglass Blvd.Midwest CityOK73130405.245.1371JudithLawlerjlawler@bgcokc.orghttp://www.bgcokc.org/The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County plan to be open during the Teacher Walkout. Please check our website or use the contact information to get up-to-date information of a particular Club site. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County will keep a waiting list, however, please check back for updates.

Midwest City Neighborhoods in Action Center

Unable to accept new members.
New Life United Methodist Church1105 NW 27th StMooreOK73160405.794.8393KathyBrownwww.moorenewlife.orgWe can serve lunch to students if our neighborhood school needs that.
IndividualNormanOK405-474-4930MarciKoetter-MansonMy husband, Ron Koetter-Manson and my girlfriend, Margarit Larson of Norman can volunteer to deliver boxes of food to families or day cares, prepare lunches or do what every is needed to help out the the teachers strike.  I am a lic. social worker for the state of Oklahoma and will do my part.
Journey Church3801 Journey PkwyNormanOK73072405.217.8700JenJenningsjen.jennings@journeychurch.tvjourneychurch.tv/haveablastdays Journey Church in Norman is offering some really great things if the teacher walkout becomes a reality. We are also having TWO days for teachers as well!
Sam Noble Museum2401 Chautauqua AvenueNormanOK73071405.325.1008JessicaColeeducation.samnoblemuseum@ou.edu http://samnoblemuseum.ou.edu/education-2/day-camp/Starting April 4, the Sam Noble Museum will provide day-long camps for children ages 5 to 11, should a school closure occur. Activities will feature games, crafts, outdoor fun and exploration of our museum galleries!
Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The cost is $45 per day for each child.
Children are required to bring a lunch and a snack, labeled with their names.
Advance registration is required, and space is limited. On-site registration is not available for this program. Participants are required to fill out a waiver and emergency contact form in order to participate.
Advanced payment is required. Payment will be refunded should the closure not occur. After the closure ends, any days paid in advance will be refunded.
Sooner SuccessNormanOK405.271.5700 X47801
405.517.1024
RobynBoswellrobyn-boswell@ouhsc.edusoonersuccess.ouhsc.eduCaregivers impacted by their child's school district closing during the possible teacher walkout may be eligible to receive Emergency Respite Vouchers if they aren't currently eligible for Lifespan Respite Vouchers. $60 per day not to exceed 5 days total. Limited availability., Applications/Preapproval by Friday, March 30, 2018. Caregivers are full-time, unpaid caregivers providing care 8 or more hours in a 24 hour period. Care recipients with special needs require alternative caregiving during their school's closing. Caregivers must provide verification their school district will be participating in the possible walkout.
Feed the ChildrenOklahoma CityOK800.627.4556www.feedthechildren.org/spring-for-schoolsFeed the Children is currently distributing pre-packed, single serve meal kits through community partners and schools. These meals are available to more than 200 school districts that we work with across the state though our Teacher Store. The list of eligible school districts can be found at www2.feedthechildren.org/okcteacherstore. Teachers can also verify their regularly scheduled shopping day through this site. Cases of kits containing 18-20 meals each are available through our Oklahoma City teacher store on the district’s designated shopping days. Pallets of kits (about 640 meals) are also available through our OKC distribution center. We are continuing to process requests from partner districts and community agencies.
Freedom Oklahoma4001 N Classen Blvd, #116Oklahoma CityOK73118405.757.3223ElizabethHornelizabeth@womenleadok.orghttps://www.freedomoklahoma.org/Freedom Oklahoma will be accepting non-perishable food donations and grocery store gift card donations at our offices beginning March 16th and will post food pick-up locations as soon as we have them confirmed. We will also be hosting a sack lunch program the week of April 2nd. Please let us know what other information you may need. 
The Foundation for Oklahoma City Public SchoolsOklahoma CityOKhttps://www.okcps.org/cms/lib/OK01913268/Centricity/Domain/1257/Week%202%20Meal%20Distribution%20Sites%2004062018.pdfPlease see the link below for feeding sites on Monday. The list has been reduced some, based on usage.
Girl Scouts of Western Oklahoma6100 N RobinsonOklahoma CityOK73118800.698.0022KimEverettinfo@gswestok.orghttp://www.gswestok.org/In preparation for the teacher walkout, Girl Scouts Western Oklahoma is offering a Spring Camp for all girls K-5 in the Oklahoma City and Edmond areas M-F from 8:30 am- 4 pm starting April 2, 2018. Although open to all girls, our priority is girls in low-income schools and we are offering a three-tier payment system to include financial assistance. We will provide a safe space where girls can continue to learn and develop while their parents attend work. Go to www.gswestok.org/springcamp to register and view more information or call toll free at 1.800.698.0022.
Infant Crisis Services, Inc.4224 N. Lincoln Blvd.Oklahoma CityOK73105405.528.3663NicoleSukenisnicolesukenis@infantcrisis.orgwww.infantcrisis.orgWe provide formula, food, and diapers to children under four, and clothing and baby items at our main office.
Metro Family MazagineOklahoma CityOKhttps://www.metrofamilymagazine.com/List of meals and childcare resources for local families.
OKC Parks Rec Centers/Zoo2101 Northeast 50th StreetOklahoma CityOK73111405.424.3344https://www.okczoo.org/The Parks and Recreation Department and Oklahoma City Zoo will offer additional services for children beginning April 2 in the event of a teacher walkout in local public schools.
OKC Parks will extend operating hours at nine recreation centers on weekdays from April 2 until the walkout is over, and the Zoo will host all-day camps.
Access to the recreation centers is free. The Zoo camps require registration and payment.
OKC-County Health Department2700 NE 63rd StOklahoma CityOK73111405.425.4399AllisonTateallison_taite@occhd.orghttp://occhd.orgWe work with children and families and know where to refer them during this time.
Oklahoma Children's Theatre2501 North BlackwelderOklahoma CityOK73106405.606.7003http://www.oklahomachildrenstheatre.org/Oklahoma Children's Theatre will be hosting daily full-day camps on weekdays in the event of a teacher walkout starting April 2nd. Camps will run from 8:00am - 6:00pm each day and will feature a range of games, crafts, outdoor play, and activities. Pickup and drop off will happen in our main building, on the corner of 25th and Blackwelder. All students will need to bring two snacks and a sack lunch each day. The cost is $40 per day with the first day payable at registration. All tuition will be refunded if the walkout is cancelled.
Prospect Church2809 N Missouri AveOklahoma CityOK73111405.424.1795KoriHallkhall@frontlinechurch.tvhttp://www.prospectokc.org/default.asp?sec_id=180004895roviding Lunch and Childcare from 10am - 2pm
Availability depends on the length of the walkout. Call by 2 pm each day to check if they will be open the next day.
Science Museum Oklahoma2020 Remington PlaceOklahoma CityOK73111405.602.6664sciencemuseumok.orgSMO will offer day camps for children from pre-K to 6th grade. Space is limited and advance registration is required
Skyline Urban Ministry500 SE 15th StreetOklahoma CityOK73129-4302DeborahIngrahamdingraham@skylineurbanministry.orghttps://www.skylineurbanministry.org/Skyline Urban Ministry stands ready to help you provide meals for children during the strike. At this time, we do not have a lot of the ready-to-eat individual packages/cans type of stuff that you could put in a sack or box lunch, but we do have plenty of bulk meat that could be used to prepare hot meals to serve children that come to your location.
St. Jude's Dynamic Kidz Child Development1001 Northwest 92nd StreetOklahoma CityOK73114405.424.6008CarlaKing-Cartercck2610@sbcglobal.netwww.stjudesdynamickidz.com/St. Jude's Dynamic Kidz Child Development will be open for all day care for infant-13 years old.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County (Alternate Site for Cesar Chavez Elementary)3300 S. Lindsay Ave.Oklahoma CityOK73129405.245.1468ElijahFrederickefrederick@bgcokc.orghttp://www.bgcokc.org/The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County plan to be open during the Teacher Walkout. Please check our website or use the contact information to get up-to-date information of a particular Club site. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County will keep a waiting list, however, please check back for updates.

South Lindsay Baptist Church

Accepting a limited number of new members.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County (Santa Fe South Elementary)5325 South Pennsylvania AveOklahoma CityOK73119405.245.1332AmandaBoydaboyd@bgcokc.orghttp://www.bgcokc.org/The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County plan to be open during the Teacher Walkout. Please check our website or use the contact information to get up-to-date information of a particular Club site. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County will keep a waiting list, however, please check back for updates.

Accepting a limited number of new members.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County (Memorial Park)3535 N. Western AveOklahoma CityOK73118405.521.9292LaVonnaJoubertljoubert@bgcokc.orghttp://www.bgcokc.org/The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County plan to be open during the Teacher Walkout. Please check our website or use the contact information to get up-to-date information of a particular Club site. The Boys & Girls Clubs of Oklahoma County will keep a waiting list, however, please check back for updates.

Accepting a limited number of new members.
Owasso Community Resources/Community Food Bank109 North BirchOwassoOKowassohelps.org plan to provide food for families and students. It is also accepting cash and food donations
Neighbors in NeedOwassoOKwill open its doors on Tuesday, April 3 – and every following Tuesday in which the walkout continues – from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. for students to pick up snacks and microwavable meals to take home.
Putnam City SchoolsPutnam CityOKDesignated schools will provide breakfast and lunch to all Putnam City students able to be there. At each designated school, breakfast will be served from 7:30 to 8:30 a.m. and lunch will be served from 11 a.m. to noon. Designated schools that will be open to district students for these meals are:

• Arbor Grove Elementary, 4711 N. Tulsa
• Hilldale Elementary, 4801 N.W. 16.
• Ralph Downs Elementary, 7501 N. Hefner
• Tulakes Elementary, 6600 N. Galaxie
• Western Oaks Elementary, 7210 N.W. 23rd
• Wiley Post Elementary, 6920 Britton Road
Salvation Army/Boys and Girls Club Sand Springs4403 South 129th West AvenueSand SpringsOK918.245.2237In an efforst to make sure your children have a safe and fun place to go in the event of a teacher strike, we will provide a free program for ages 6 and up. Membership is required.
OASIS Adult Day Services410 East LeeSapulpaOK918.224.0410To show our support for the Oklahoma Teacher Walkout, OASIS Adult Day Services in Sapulpa would like to open our doors and extend an invitation to any students with special needs to attend our Discovery Enrichment Program. They can come to our center free of charge so teachers and parents can focus on the needs of the public schools. We understand what the teachers are going throught, as a facility that no longer accepts state funding due to the inconsistencies from the budget, this is very near and dear to our hearts.
Salvation Army/Boys and Girls Club Creek County1721 South HickorySapulpaOK918.224.4415In an efforst to make sure your children have a safe and fun place to go in the event of a teacher strike, we will provide a free program for ages 6 and up. Membership is required.
Emmanuel Episcopal501 N. BroadwayShawneeOK74801405.273.1374http://www.emmanuelshawnee.com/These faith based organizations have inidcated they will provide services should a teacher walkout occur. Registration is available on a first come first serve basis. Space is limited.
First Presbyterian Church709 South Boston AvenueTulsaOK74119918.584.4701KatherineBrown Haskellhttps://www.firstchurchtulsa.org/Childcare available in the event of a walk-out
Joe Momma's308 East 1st StreetTulsaOK74120918.289.0544Tulsa Public School students eat free at Joe Mamma's on strike day. Teachers get a 10% discount on food and free fountain drinks all the time. Thanks for taking care of our kids.
PC Dance Company3939 South Harvard AvenueTulsaOK74135918.804.4588ChelseaWallace-Collinspcdancestudio@yahoo.comPC Dance Company has a dance program to support and help the teacher walk-out hosting a dance and art day camp for kids ages 4-12.
Salvation Army/Boys and Girls Club Maybee Red Shield1231 North HarvardTulsaOK918.834.2464In an efforst to make sure your children have a safe and fun place to go in the event of a teacher strike, we will provide a free program for ages 6 and up. Membership is required.
Salvation Army/Boys and Girls Club North Mabee3001 North CincinnatiTulsaOK918.425.7534In an efforst to make sure your children have a safe and fun place to go in the event of a teacher strike, we will provide a free program for ages 6 and up. Membership is required.
Salvation Army/Boys and Girls Club West Mabee2143 South OlympiaTulsaOK918.582.4327In an efforst to make sure your children have a safe and fun place to go in the event of a teacher strike, we will provide a free program for ages 6 and up. Membership is required.
Tulsa Area United WayTulsaOK918.583.7171http://www.tauw.org/tauw/default.aspOur United Way is developing a repository of services for students and parents, including food assistance, day care and other help. 
Tulsa KidsTulsaOKhttp://www.tulsakids.com/Web-2018/Resources-for-Families-During-the-Oklahoma-Teacher-Walkout/List of resources for families during the Oklahoma teachers walk-out.
Covenant Community Church2250 South Yukon ParkwayYukonOK405.354.9338http://cccyukon.orgWe will be hosting a day camp for families in need of childcare beginning Monday, April 9th from 7:45 am – 4 pm and continuing until the teacher walkout ends.
This camp is open to all Kindergarten – 5th grade students and is free of charge. Lunch will be provided.
Space is limited to 40 kids. Sign up by calling the church office.