At Alexander Graham Bell Elementary, we are committed to growing together towards achieving our full potential. We relentlessly pursue personal growth, demonstrate mutual trust and respect, and prepare our students for college and career.
We utilize the national Leader in Me curriculum, which is a school improvement model aimed at teaching leadership to every student creating a culture of student empowerment. The intended result is to increase students' motivation for learning and achieving academic success. This curriculum teaches our students to take ownership of their actions and to be the leaders of their own futures. We love to see our staff, students, and families working together as a team with a sense of shared responsibility and engagement.
Early childhood learning
We place significant value on our pre-kindergarten educational program, which is designed to help pre-k students make connections with one another, become more comfortable with interacting with peers, solve problems, and learn how to be creative. Our goal is to set a good foundation for the rest of their school careers, and our program thrives when parents engage in their students' learning with us.
FOCUS ON THE Whole Child
Tulsa's Any Given Child Initiative provides our students additional access to the arts through local artists and live performances. Our students engage in live arts experiences at the Performing Arts Centers, local museums, and local performance groups. We are excited to be able to provide rich, meaningful after-school experiences for our students through our partnership with Relate 918. We are able to connect our students with the Tulsa Changemakers, the YMCA, the YWCA, Campfire, and the Bike Club.
Ms. Mohazobyn Panchoo is not only a proud Tulsa Public Schools employee since 1997, but also the proud parent of two Tulsa Public Schools students. She began her career as a first grade teacher at Hawthorne Elementary, then transferred to Patrick Henry Elementary. Ms. Panchoo was the assistant principal of McKinley Elementary before enthusiastically assuming the position of principal at Bell, becoming the leader of our pack of A.G. Bell Bobcats!
She believes that the decisions we make are always the best ones for our scholars. Her passion for creating the educational environment for all Bobcats that she wants for her own children drives her actions and expectations every day.
Ms. Panchoo has a history of excellence in educational practices and building and maintaining professional, supportive relationships with students, families, and the community.
Mrs. Ericka Davis is excited to join the Bell Bobcat Family. She is a graduate of The Booker T. Washington High School and has been an educator with the district since 2007. Mrs. Davis began her career as a second-grade teacher at McKinley Elementary. She helped grow and develop students as a gifted and talented and ELL teacher and recently served as a summer school principal.
Her husband and two children are also products of Tulsa Public Schools and enjoy spending lots of time together. Their favorite thing to do is grab some froyo!
Mrs. Davis is passionate about helping children cultivate a growth mindset and providing them opportunities to explore and learn via hands-on activities. She understands that connecting with families is essential to a student's growth and looks forward to connecting with each of you.