Links mentioned in News On 6 broadcasts on December 21, 2020.
Tulsa Day Center Honors Homeless Tulsans Who Have Died
While the event looks different this year, some Tulsans got together at the Tulsa Day Center to remember those who died this year. The Day Center is always looking for warm clothing this time of year, like socks, gloves and sweaters. You can donate here.
Tulsa-Area Volunteers Build Desks For Kids In Need To Learn From Home
Some Tulsa-area friends and volunteers are on a mission to build and give desks to kids in need as they learn from home. The group welcomes anyone to help with desk making; they'll provide the education, templates, and materials, and of course, people can donate money too. They're also looking for people who need desks.
To reach out, email the group at TuesdayMorningMiracleWorkers@gmail.com.
Open Enrollment Period Opens Soon For Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
Oklahomans can start applying Tuesday, December 22 for the Low Income Energy Assistance program. Anyone who needs help with their heating bill is encouraged to apply here.
Oklahoma Teacher Survey Shows Strong Concerns About Health Of Themselves, Students
The Oklahoma Education Association said teachers are expressing concerns about their health and many said they feel pressure in the classroom this year. The OEA surveyed more than 3,100 teachers and administrators from hundreds of communities. You can find the full survey here.