The Bartlesville Education Promise announced several new partnerships. ConocoPhillips and Phillips 66 have joined the Bartlesville Education Promise and are supporting the seven-part program to improve graduation rates in Bartlesville. These programs include yearlong tutoring in Algebra, geometry, English and science at the High School two days a week, and providing reading books for struggling students at all elementary schools. These books are designed for each student to improve reading skills and the books can be taken home so that parents can assist in reading skills. The program also includes Summer Academies in transition learning from the 5th to 6th grade and 8th to 9thgrade, Test Prep for ACT, STEM camps, Art Camps, and AP camps.
The Schmoldt Family Foundation has also joined as a partner. Their focus will be funding for Math and Science camps and Art camps directed towards At Risk students.