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Mr. Joslin's Classroom

Mr. Joslin's Classroom

Learning Community Guidelines


Mulitple Intelligences

Class Calendar

Our Class Creed

TPS Vision, Mission & Beliefs

Math & Reading Objectives

Behavior Conract

Fun & Educational Links

About Mr. Joslin

Lunch Menus

TPS Bus Routes

TPS Calendar

Welcome to Our Online Classroom

Thank you for using our classroom website. If there is something you would like to add, please send me an email. Also, if there is something you notice that is incorrect, or a broken link, please let me know that, too. I hope you find our website helpful throughout the year. I want to make it useful for you and your parents.

This is me in Nicaragua last summer. I was listening to children read to me.


Francis Scott Key Elementary School is named in honor of the author of the National Anthem, Francis Scott Key, who wrote the poem in 1814 aboard a British ship seeking a prisoner’s release.

Francis Scott Key has been a “shining star” in the Tulsa Public School system since it was built in 1960. It has received the Tulsa Public Schools “Exemplary Award” for the “district’s most improved school.” We are proud of our past accomplishments and present success. We eagerly anticipate the future in which students, faculty, staff and community “reach for the stars.”

Our class is a 4th grade class of 20 students. We would love to hear from you. Just use the email link on the left side of this page. And thanks for visiting.


Welcome . . . and thank you for sharing your child with me this year. It is an honor and a privelege--one which I take very seriously. I have created this website as a communication tool between us. I hope that you find it useful. I have created pages that I think you can use. If you think of something that will help us communicate more effectively, please use the email link to contact me. Don't forget to visit our Parents' Page!

Class Videos: Click on the picture below to view this video of our class. This video was made during a meeting with our reading buddies in Mrs. Eakes's kindergarten class.