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I'm a Tulsa Kid

Cyanna Holland, October 2017's "I'm a Tulsa Kid." Photo by Leslie Hoyt Photography

Do you know a kid who is doing exceptional things for others and their community? Every month we highlight these children in our "I'm a Tulsa Kid" profile.

Here are a few:

I'm a Tulsa Kid: David Annett

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Conner Cass

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Rachel Dow

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Miles Zeligson

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Tarell Howard

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Memorial High School Earth Team

To nominate a TulsaKid, please email editor@tulsakids.com with your name, address, phone number and a brief explanation (500 words or less) of why the child you're nominating should be highlighted in TulsaKids! If you would like, attach a photo as well. 

We look forward to hearing from you!

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Archive » I'm a Tulsa Kid Interviews

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Jayla Patten

Patten recently placed in Sodexo's Future Chef competition.
Patten recently placed in Sodexo's Future Chef competition.

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Sai Lakkimsetti

Lakkimsetti will represent Tulsa at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.
Lakkimsetti will represent Tulsa at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Cingh Kim

Although English is not her first language, Kim won first place in the district Speech Arts Contest.
Although English is not her first language, Kim won first place in the district Speech Arts Contest.

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Heidi Kay Lester

At just two years old, Heidi Kay Lester has already made a huge impact on the lives of those closest to her.
At just two years old, Heidi Kay Lester has already made a huge impact on the lives of those closest to her.

Jaelyn Jackson wins K-12 StartUp Series

The Charles Page high schooler combined his love of running and technology to create the Runners Drone
The Runners Drone helps runners pace themselves to optimize training; its invention won Jaelyn Jackson $2500 in a local youth entrepreneurship contest.