School bells are ringing in the Tulsa Public Schools. This is the first day of classes in the state's largest school district.
Tulsa School Board President Gary Percefull says, despite the financial challenges, he is expecting a good school year ahead. He says the community is supporting the school district and its educators. The district has lost millions of dollars in state cut backs.
Tulsa Police are also watching the school zones for speeders and those that do not yield to school buses.