Friday, August 26, 2016

Einstein Overnight Update

Hello Einstein Families!


Good Morning!  Due to a scheduling conflict with the Goodall Area, the Einstein Team has decided to reschedule our overnight. Our overnight will take place at a later date.  We will still be going on a field study to the Tulsa State Fair on Friday, September 30 but we will not have any of our overnight activities that evening.  Please let your child’s homebase teacher know if you would like to join us!  Keep an eye out for more details on this field study!


Thank you and enjoy your weekend!

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Armstrong Update 8-25-2016

Greetings Armstrong Parents!

We have survived our first week of school! This has been an amazing week getting to know the new-to-the-Armstrong-area students as well as catch up with the now 5th graders (where did the time go?!). We hope that your child has had a wonderful first week of school. 

All of the Armstrongs have now completed the Helmzar Challenge Course! It was incredible seeing students overcome their fears with the help and encouragement of their new classmates. Our Mayo MATTERS values of trustworthiness, respect, encouragement and attentive listening were truly used as the student groups worked together to achieve not only individual but group goals as well. Seeing the students work together as they did at Helmzar is an true indicator that this is a fantastic group of kids and that we are surely going to have a GREAT year!

Important Reminders
-Armstrong after school dismissal/pick-up is on the playground at the newly painted map of the United States. Please make sure to sign your child out with their homebase teacher (Mrs. Smith’s homebase will be with Mrs. Lyles). If there is inclement weather, the Armstrongs will wait for pick-up in their area upstairs. We appreciate your patience and flexibility with the new dismissal procedures.

-Cell phones are not allowed in the Armstrong Area. While we understand the need for your child to have a cell phone with them for contact with after school activities, we require all cell phones to be checked in with Mrs. Jennings in the mornings before class. She will keep them safe during the day so they will not become a distraction. Please remind your child(ren) of this policy if they carry a cell phone to school with them. Thank you for your cooperation!

-If you have not turned in your Mayo Way form to the office, please do so ASAP

Back to School Night – Tuesday 8/30
-Please join us for our Back to School night on Tuesday August 30th at 6:30 PM in the Armstrong Area. We will be talking about your child’s class schedule, our yearly concept, our Armstrong homework philosophy as well as other procedures and information about the Armstrong Area. We hope to see you there!

August 30 – Back to School Night 6:30PM
September 5 – Labor Day (NO SCHOOL)
September 6 – First Day of Family
September 15 – 5th Grade Meeting 6:30PM
September 20 – Literacy Night 6:30PM

Please email your child’s homebase teacher if you have any questions or concerns!
Elyse Smith –
Alex Guss –
Hunter Najera –
Brittany Colle (Johnston) –

Elyse Smith
Armstrong Team Lead

Goodall Update 8-25-2016

August 25, 2016

Welcome Back!!  We are so excited to start the new year with your children.  It’s been a busy first week and I’m sure your kids are ready for the weekend!

Tuesday, August 30 is our Back to School night.  We will be sharing information about “A Day in the Life of a Goodall”.  We will share our new curriculum for both math and literacy.  

We will also have information and sign-up sheets for our overnight that is coming up very soon…                                                                                                                                                      

Our first field study….. will be a float trip on the Illinois River!  Yes, we are taking 121 Goodalls and their parents on a float trip.  This trip will coincide with our curriculum of Pebbles, Sand and Silt and Habitats.  We will be traveling to War Eagle Campground where will spend the night in bunk houses.  The next day we will travel to Camp Takatoka to extend our curriculum by participating in different activities.

Procedures-Please review arrival and dismissal procedures.  As always, we want your child to be safe at Mayo.  

Quick Curriculum Update:  


Shoots Literacy GroupFairy Tales and Tall Tales

Shoots Word Work-review of short and long vowels and sight words

Roots Literacy Group: Fables and Folk Tales

Roots Word Work: writing, blending, and segmenting sounds


Year-Long Theme: Citizenship-How to be a productive part of the community.

Science:  Pebbles, Sand and Silt and Habitats



Roots Math:  Ways to Make the # of the Day

Shoots Math: Adding and Subtracting up to 20 (review)



This newsletter was also sent in email form.   If you did not receive it, please let your child’s homebase teacher know so that we may add you to our distribution list.



Dates to remember:  


Tuesday, August 30-Back to School Night and Overnight Meeting

Monday, September 5-Labor Day—NO School

Tuesday, September 2 –Roots AGC Field Study to Gilcrease

Thursday, September 29 and 30-Overnight Field Study to Illinois River


Mrs. Bunch: , Mrs. Moreno

Miss Kramer:  Ms. Molina  

Mrs. Hernandez:  or Mrs. Sowle: .


Einstein Update 8-25-2016

Einstein News                 

August 25, 2016


  • We have been busy this week! We have worked hard in our homebase areas building community and making new friends. Ask your child to tell you about a favorite activity during worktime. By the end of the week, we will have gone to each of our special classes: library, art, music and healthy lifestyles. We hope during the weekend you will be able to take the time to relax with your child and catch up on sleep!


  • We hope to see you for our Back to School Night Tuesday, August 30th! We will begin at 6:30 in the Mayo gym.  At Back to School night, you will get a glimpse into your child’s day, ask any questions you may have and meet other Einstein parents. This is a parent only event so please make other arrangements for your children. Each instructional area is offering only one presentation.   We hope to see every family!  


·         Cafeteria News:  Eating in a large school cafeteria is a new experience for many of our new Einsteins.  It can be overwhelming, and it sometimes more fun to talk to friends than eat your lunch!  We have 25 minutes in the cafeteria. The Einstein teachers are not in the cafeteria during lunch, however, there are Mayo staff members monitoring the cafeteria.   If you send a lunch from home, please send a healthy lunch with only one treat.  You also may want to practice with your Einstein about how to open the items in his lunch.   Feel free to join your child for lunch.  Please remember to check in at the office and get a visitor’s pass before you come to the cafeteria.  We will provide lunch times at Back to School night.


  • Birthdays are special to young children and fun to celebrate with your class. If you would like to send a special snack to school for your child’s birthday, please let your child’s homebase teacher know. The treats must be commercially made and nut free. Please send cookies, doughnuts, fruit bars, etc. (instead of a cake or cupcakes) and napkins for 25 children.  It is very helpful for all the treats to be the same.  (ex: all chocolate chip cookies, all vanilla cupcakes with same color frosting, etc.)


  • Being there experience. Einstein Overnight September 30th -October 1st!  This is a special Mayo tradition, so plan now to attend!  The overnight this year will focus on the farm.  The children will take a field study to the Tulsa State Fair on Friday, have dinner at Mayo with their parents and complete activities that evening at Mayo with their parents.  Those students who wish to spend the night at Mayo with a parent may do so.  Einsteins may also choose to spend the night at home instead.  Those Einsteins who stay the night will have an overnight breakfast at Mayo on Saturday morning.  Our Saturday morning breakfast will conclude our overnight.  All overnight activities are for Mayo Einsteins and their parents only.  We will answer all questions about this fun filled learning experience at Back to School Night.  


  • Please make sure your Einstein has a weather appropriate change of clothes (bottom, top, socks, underwear) in their cubby. The nurse will contact you to bring a change of clothes to Mayo if your child has an accident and does not have a change of clothes in their cubby. 


  • Please label all of your Einstein’s belongings with their name! This includes backpacks, sweaters, lunchboxes, water bottles, etc. 


  • Please read the attachment regarding arrival and dismissal procedures. If you have any questions please contact your child’s homebase teacher. 


·         Hello Einstein Parents,


This is Sarah Wilson your school librarian. Einstein checkouts start next week! This week we had library orientation where we discussed what we do in the library and how we treat library books. Next week, each Einstein will come home with one practicebook. Einsteins will always check out on Mondays and return books on Friday. If they return their practice book on Friday, they can check out the normal amount of two on the following Monday. We find it best to start the habit of putting the books right back into their book bag after reading them at home. Let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Mrs. Wilson



Dates to Remember

August 29                  1st Library Checkout

August 30                  Back to School Night

September 2             Spirit Day (Wear a Mayo spirit shirt with regular uniform bottoms)

September 5             NO SCHOOL- Labor Day

September 6             1st Einstein PAL

September 30           Einstein Being There Experience/Overnight- Tulsa State Fair

October 7                 NO SCHOOL- Teacher Institute Day

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Gov Fallin Signs Paperwork Placing 5 Additional State Questions in November Ballot

Governor Mary Fallin today signed election proclamations that place five additional state questions on the November 8 general election ballot.
The paperwork signed by the governor placed these issues on the ballot:

* State Question (SQ) 779, which would increase the state sales tax by 1 percent to fund teacher pay raises and other education causes.

* SQ 780, which reclassify some criminal offenses, such as drug possession and property crimes, as misdemeanors instead of felonies.

* SQ 781, which would take money saved from implementing SQ 780 and allow counties to fund community rehabilitation programs.

* SQ 790, which would remove a section of the Oklahoma Constitution prohibiting use of state resources for religious purposes.  

* SQ 792, which would allow wine and full-strength beer to be sold in grocery stores and convenience stores.

The deadline for the governor to sign election proclamations for state questions to be placed on the November 8 general election ballot is Friday.

Two other state questions already are on the ballot. SQ 776 would declare that the death penalty is not cruel or unusual punishment and would allow the Legislature to designate any method of execution if a current method is declared unconstitutional. SQ 777 would prevent lawmakers from passing legislation to regulate agriculture unless there is a compelling state interest.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Flyers for After School Programs

Mayo Parents:

Several flyers are attached regarding after school programs.  Most of these are offered at Mayo, but some are not.  Please read the flyers carefully.

Young Rembrandts—Drawing


Under the Canopy--Nature Explorers

I Am Kids—Yoga and Mindfulness

Pied Piper—Dance, Acrobatics and TaeKwonDo

Pack137—Cub scouts

Tulsa Soccer Academy--Soccer

HeARTsongs -- Theatre

Cosplay Camp -- Costume Play and Special Effects

We are providing space to offer these activities for your children.  Please keep in mind, however, that these classes are not coordinated or administered by the school.  We can’t answer questions and don’t handle billing and payments.  All questions regarding any of these opportunities should be directed to the vendors.

There are also several Girl Scout and Cub Scout troops that meet at Mayo.

The Cub Scouts will be at the Back to School night on August 30.

Happy Enrolling!

New Testing Requirements

Pied Piper After School Program

Monday, August 22, 2016

First Day Letter from Principal

Dear Mayo Families:

Well, it was a pretty uneventful day.  Fun, but uneventful.  I hope your children are sharing great stories with you about their first day back.  We had a meeting after school and had some good laughs about some of the things that happened.

There are a few things I need to ask from you.  First, if you park in the church parking lot, please be respectful of their private property and avoid parking in the circle drive.  We are extremely fortunate that they allow us to utilize their parking lot.  They don't have to.  I would hate for them to put up gates to keep us out.

Also, we had several students today who told us that they are riding the bus.  But, we had no paperwork and no communication from an adult.  We will not put children on the bus, or keep children off of the bus, unless we hear from an adult.  We also had some students who were supposed to ride the bus, but parents picked them up and didn't notify the office.  These issues held up the buses for an extended time.  Since the end of the day is so busy, please try to call before noon to make us aware of any changes in travel plans.

The first several days of school are always crazy as we try to teach and reinforce procedures to students.  Your help is appreciated.  Our sole purpose for having procedure is to keep your children safe.

Thank you.  I'm sure most of your children will be asleep early tonight.  I hope you enjoy your evening with them.

-Mr. Joslin

Sunday, August 21, 2016

Armstrong Update 8-21-2016

Greetings Armstrong Parents!

Welcome back to former Armstrongs and Mayoans and a BIG welcome to all NEW Armstrongs and Mayoans! We are so excited about the start of this school year with not only a new group of Armstrong students but also a (semi) new group of teachers as well!

Tomorrow is the first day of school and we are meeting on the front lawn by the flagpole for music with DJ Ed for an 8AM “Welcome Back” greeting. Please join us and look for the Armstrong sign (blue). Your child’s homebase teacher will be near the Armstrong sign and will be waiting to greet and sign them in.

Important Upcoming Events:

Helmzar Challenge Course – 8/24 (Guss and Najera HB) & 8/25 (Smith and Colle HB)
-    The Helmzar Challenge course is a TPS partnered Ropes Course. We will be completing low ropes (team challenges and games) during the morning and students will be able to complete the high ropes (with a trained facilitator and safety gear) in the afternoon. Students are able to choose whether or not they would like to climb the course in the afternoon based on their comfort level.
-    If you were unable to attend the Mayo mingle, we will be sending home the consent form and sack lunch request form tomorrowas well as a field study permission slip.
-    If you were able to attend the Mayo Mingle and took home the forms to fill out, please return the ASAP!
-    The consent form is separate from the Mayo field study permission slip and both must be signed and returned for your child to participate.
-    We are not in need of parent volunteers for this field study.

Sack Lunch Form:

Back to School Night – 8/30
-    Please join us for our Back to School night on Tuesday August 30th at 6:30 PM in the Armstrong Area. We will be talking about upcoming field studies, your child’s class schedule, our yearly concept, our Armstrong homework philosophy as well as other procedures and information about the Armstrong Area. We hope to see you there!

Armstrong Team Changes:

As you know, we had several teachers leave the Armstrong area over the summer, some transferred to other schools while others moved to different instructional areas. Mrs. Hewitt moved with her family to Wilson, Arkansas to teach at the Delta School. Mrs. Moore accepted a position at Holy Family teaching 4th and 5th grade. Ms. Molina is still at Mayo and has moved to the Goodall area. While we had some movement of teachers, we also had to shrink the Armstrong team from 6 teachers to 4 teachers due to state budget cuts. Although we lost teacher positions, we still have roughly the same amount of Armstrong students which has resulted in class sizes of 29 and 30. With the movement of teachers we had an opening position in the Armstrong area for our fourth teacher and as many of your know, we hired Brittany Johnston (soon to be Colle) to fill that position! Brittany graduated from the University of Tulsa in May and will be starting her first year teaching at Mayo. Not only was she Mrs. Smith’s student teacher last Spring, she also has done several observations at Mayo in the Goodall and Edison areas. She is a wonderful addition to Mayo and we are happy to welcome her as a part of the Armstrong Team!

Please feel free to email Elyse Smith ( or your child’s homebase teacher if you have any questions or concerns.

Thank you and have a wonderful start to the school year! See you bright and early tomorrow!

Elyse Smith
Armstrong Team Lead

Welcome Back!

Dear Mayo Families:

Tomorrow begins our new school year.  We are excited to see you and your children again.  We saw most of you at the Mayo Mingle, but we are ready to get the year  started.

Just a few quick reminders before the day begins:

School begins at 8:00AM tomorrow.  Tomorrow morning we will meet outside in the front of the school.  We will have a very short program before we open the front doors at 8:00AM.  You are welcome to join us.  If you are a new Einstein parent, please stay for the BooHoo Breakfast.

I have attached a document, which is actually a few pages from our new Parent & Student guide.  That guide is too large to be attached.  The full document will be posted on our website once all of the beginning of the year "bugs" get worked out.  The attached pages discuss our arrival and dismissal procedures.  There have been some changes since last year.

If there is something you don't quite understand, just ask the office tomorrow morning.  The beginning of the year is always challenging as we adjust to new procedures and new families. 

We need a My Way Home from everyone--especially if your child rides the bus after school.

We will see all of you in less that 24 hours!

Friday, August 19, 2016

Tulsa Public Schools to launch school year with zero teacher vacancies



PRESS RELEASE:  Thursday, August 18, 2016


What:         Tulsa Public Schools to launch school year with zero teacher vacancies 

When:        Thursday, August 18, 2016

Where:      Tulsa Public Schools

Contact:     Emma Garrett Nelson at 918-202-6956 or


TULSA, Okla. – Superintendent Deborah A. Gist announced today that Tulsa Public Schools will open with a teacher in every classroom on the first day of school, Aug. 22, 2016. For the second year in a row, the district was successful in its efforts to ensure that every child has a qualified teacher in every classroom when school opens next week – in spite of the ongoing teacher shortage in Oklahoma.  

 “Every student in Tulsa deserves nothing less than a quality teacher in her classroom from the first day of school on,” said Gist. “Our team was tireless in their efforts to hire and place great educators into our schools and classrooms. This was truly a collaborative effort among everyone on our team, and they worked tirelessly to fill every teacher vacancy.”

School leaders and Talent Management staff worked together throughout the summer months to identify strong candidates for the district’s vacant teaching positions. This year, Tulsa Public Schools had about 286 vacancies to fill, compared with 499 the previous year. The district currently has about 2,800 certified teaching positions. 

Gist said: “It should be a given that school districts fill all teaching positions by the start of the school year. Unfortunately, Oklahoma’s teacher shortage has made this particularly difficult. It’s remarkable that our team was able to make this happen. Tulsa Public Schools is the destination for extraordinary educators, and word is spreading about the wonderful opportunities here. We encourage anyone interested in making a difference in the lives of Tulsa children to consider applying to join our team.”

Tulsa Public Schools continues to search for great talent.  Apply today at   For more information about Tulsa Public Schools, please visit  

Einstein Beginning of School Information

Happy Friday before school starts!


We were so excited to see many of our Einsteins and their families last night! We wanted to review a couple of things with everyone before the start of school to help our first week go smoothly!




On Monday, your Einstein will meet on the front lawn of the school. We will have music, a brief message from our PTA President and enter the building in instructional areas together. If your child will need to eat breakfast at Mayo, they will go to the cafeteria before meeting on the front lawn. You are welcome to stay with your Einstein and walk them to their room to put their stuff away and give them a hug and kiss goodbye! If you are a parent of a first year Einstein or new to Mayo this year, please see the attached invitation for the BooHoo Breakfast!


Regular arrival procedures- If you plan to drop your child off, you will need to drive down Columbia Ave. and stop by one of the designated signs. A teacher will be on duty to help your child enter and make their way to the cafeteria. If you plan on walking your child inside, please park in either the Mayo lot or the church parking lot across the street. Enter through the south cafeteria door. Einsteins will be released from the cafeteria to go to their classrooms at 8:00. The building opens at 7:30which is when breakfast will begin to be served. 




All Einsteins will dismiss from their home base. You will pick them up from their classroom and sign them out with their teacher. If your Einstein rides the bus or goes to an aftercare program we will have a TA walk them to their designated area. This will be the dismissal procedure to follow every day. Please do not enter your child’s classroom before 3:05.


Lunch- If your child brings a lunchbox have them put it in their cubby when they arrive in the morning. 


Don’t forget to bring your brainbreak mat and a change of clothes to keep in their cubby! 


We can’t wait to start our new year! See you on Monday!


If you have any further questions, contact your child’s homebase teacher!

Amanda Beckman-

Hilary Hancock-

Jessica Bond-

Lindsey Regnier-

Suzanne Mason-

Tuesday, August 16, 2016

Mayo Mingle School Forms 8-18-2016

Dear Mayo Families:


There are several forms that we will need from each of you—

The Field Trip Permission Slip

My Way Home

Volunteer Application


I’ve also attached a packet of forms from the Health Clinic—one of the PDF files is just information.  The other PDF includes the forms.  

Health Packet

Health Forms


Please bring these forms with you to the Mayo Mingle.  If you can’t make it, we will need them on the first day of school.  If you have any questions regarding the health forms, contact the clinic at 918.925.1510.  

Mayo Mingle PTA Forms 8-18-2016

Happy Monday.  The Mayo Mingle is Thursday evening.  New Einstein parents can arrive at 5:30PM.  Registration for all other families begins at 6:30PM

There are two forms attached, both of which are related to the PTA.  We are sending these in advance so that you might be able to get them completed before arriving if you choose.

We will be sending another email soon that will have forms from the school itself.  Please complete those in advance and bring them as well.

Please call the office at 918.925.1500 if you have any questions.

Thursday, August 11, 2016

2016-2017 Mayo Bus Schedule


The 2016-2017 Mayo bus schedule is attached.  For more information please visit the Tulsa Public Schools website and click on the “parents” tab.

Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Einstein Update 8-10-2016


Hello Einstein Families!


Our PTA Workday is this Saturday, August 13th  from 10 am -2 pm.  We need volunteers to help us get ready for the new school year!  Jobs will vary from wiping cubbies to working outside on the Einstein Playground.  We will have a job for everyone!  If you are able to join us some tools we could use are:  a leaf blower, wheelbarrow, shovel, truck for hauling away sand, and tools for weeding.  Hope to see you there!


As you know, your child loves to explore and discover! With your help, each child will bring a bit of the excitement they feel when discovering something new into our classroom. Each child, with help from his/her family, is to create one Discovery Bottle (Sensory Bottle).  A Discovery Bottle, is a plastic bottle filled with various items related to a specific concept. It can also be a bottle that demonstrates scientific concepts such as waves and tornadoes. Some bottles have “hidden” items for the children to discover. Discovery Bottles encourage the development of observation skills, predictability, scientific concepts, and thinking skills.  We would love for each child to make a Discovery Bottle to bring for use in his/her classroom.  Many ideas can be found online or by using Pinterest.  We hope you discover how much fun creating this Discovery Bottle with your child can be!  Thank you for “helping” your child with this assignment. Please send the Discovery Bottle to school during the Mayo Mingle or during the first week of school.   These will be kept in school for all the children to discover!


This year the Einsteins will begin the year taking a short Brainbreak.  Both First Year (Pre-K) and Second Year (Kindergarten) Einsteins will need to have a Brainbreak Mat.  No plastic or vinyl folding brainbreak mats please, these do not fit in cubbies well.   Fabric brainbreak mats are available for purchase at  Walmart, Target, Babies R Us, Toys R Us and many online retailers.  

The Mayo Mingle will be Thursday, August 18th.  Einstein families are invited to begin arriving at 5:30.  At the Mayo Mingle you and your child will  be able to meet their homebase teacher,  family teacher,  fill out important paperwork and look around the school.   


We look forward to a great year!



Saturday, August 6, 2016

Letter from the Principal

Dear Mayo Families:
I’m writing to make you aware of some upcoming date and time changes and to share some information with you. Some of this information has been shared previously, but some of it is new.
Saturday, August 13 is our second PTA work day. The building will be open from 9:00AM 2:00PM. I know many principals, teachers and district personnel who are amazed at the unique relationship between Mayo parents and our school. Your willingness to help us prepare for the year is something unique to Mayo. Please come, even for an hour or two. It’s a great opportunity for you to get to know teachers and other parents.
The annual Mayo Mingle will be held on Thursday, August 18. You will have an opportunity to find out your child’s Family Teacher, buy Mayo spirit wear, make a payment on the PTA Mayo Way Fee, review bus routes, fill out paperwork and socialize. Einstein families can begin to arrive at 5:30PM. Mayo Mingle begins at 6:30PM for all other families. We began this differentiated time last year so that new Einstein parents don’t feel so overwhelmed. The PTA will be sharing more information about the Mayo Mingle in the near future.
School begins Monday, August 22. Our school day is 8:00AM to 3:05PM. The building will remain locked until 7:30AM. Students may not be dropped off before then. Breakfast will be served from 7:30AM-7:55AM.
We will not be doing the traditional Home and Backs next year. All information that can be sent electronically will be. Over the last few years, fewer and fewer students returned their Home and Backs on a regular basis. This just made the process time consuming and burdensome. When you return to school, please make sure that the office staff has your current email address and is informed when it changes.
We try very hard to communicate with Mayo families on a regular basis via several methodsemail, School Connects, Facebook, Twitter, SchoolWay, PeachJar and the monthly PTA newsletter.
You can connect with SchoolWay or PeachJar by visiting our website at Follow us on Twitter @Mayo_PTA or Information sent via School Connects is sent based on the email address in PowerSchool. Please note: There are two Facebook pages associated with Mayo. The PTA page is the official page and is the only one monitored by the school. Information shared on any other Facebook page may not be accurate.
The office staff will report back to work on Monday, August 8. Teachers do not report back to work until August 16, but they will be in district required training and meetings most of this time.
Some of you may have seen press reports about the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). This year, all elementary level students at TPS are eligible to receive both breakfast and lunch free of charge under the CEP. Below are some FAQs about the CEP.
What is the Community Eligibility Provision?
The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) is part of the 2010 Healthy, Hunger Free Kids Act. The CEP allows schools and districts with high poverty rates to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students.
Families at participating schools do not need to complete free and reduced meal applications.
Which district schools will participate in the CEP?
All elementary schools will use the CEP in the 2016-2017 school year. We no longer need to track student status (free, reduced or paid), although we will continue track student participation by name on a day-to-day basis.
I hope youve had a great summer and enjoy the last few weeks. Please stay tuned for more information and more details as it becomes available.
Kenneth Joslin
Mayo Demonstration School