Tulsa Public Schools

Parents should always have a role in their children’s education – make your voice heard!

The Tulsa Public School District will hold an election for District 1 on April 4, 2023. Voters will choose between Jared Buswell and Stacey Woolley. Voters will be able to select one candidate on their ballot. Click on each candidate’s name to learn more about their priorities and positions.

The candidates are Jared Buswell and Stacey Woolley. Voters can vote for 1 of the candidates on the ballot. Click on each candidate’s name to learn more about their priorities and positions.


Buswell states he will “advocate for board policies that bring parents back to the table of decision-making over their children’s education.”

Buswell believes that public schools must provide consistent communication and transparency to student’s families.

Buswell believes that public school systems’ highest priority should be to “graduate academically competent young adults.

Visit Jared Buswell’s Facebook page or LinkedIn page to learn more

Buswell is a web designer for Oklahomans Against Trafficking Humans.

Woolley advocated for the Oklahoma Governor Democratic candidate.

Woolley advocated for a controversial plan to limit the public’s ability to voice concerns at school board meetings.

Woolley opposed state legislation banning CRT being taught in schools.

Visit Stacey Woolley’s Facebook page or website to learn more.

Woolley is president of the Tulsa School Board of Education.

Need to find your polling place? Visit Oklahoma State Election Board webpage for more information.

To confirm you live within the Tulsa Public School District visit the district’s boundary map here.

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