The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International
Gamma State ~ Oklahoma
   LEADING WOMEN EDUCATORS IMPACTING EDUCATION WORLDWIDE                                                               
Mission Statement
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International 
promotes professional 
and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education.

Vision Statement:

Serving Education
Honoring Tradition

Judy Barnes

Biennial Theme
United We
Move Forward

Contact Info:

October 2015 The Limelighter Online

2015-2017 State Officers

Judy Barnes, President
Sandra Pendergraft, 1st Vice President
Theresa Parham, 2nd Vice President
Belinda Clift, Secretary

More Info Here.

2016 Chapter Officer Training:  View Details Here

2016 Gama State Conference

2016 Gamma State Conference
"Moving Forward Together"
Colvert Ministry Center
Ardmore, OK

April 22, 2016 - Executive Board Meeting
April 23, 2016 - Conference

More details here 
on conference and great room rates.

Come enjoy the fellowship, speakers, auction
in a NEW location.

Collegial Exchange

The new Collegial Exchange will reach members’ mailboxes in late November! 

Be on the lookout for this inaugural issue AND to  consider contributing to the magazine! View the magazine online HERE.  The next deadline is December 15, 2015, and submissions should be sent to bulletin@dkg.org.

2011-13 Gamma State Past President, Kathy Davis, has an article in this first inaugural magazine.  Check it out!

The Exchange focuses on practical tips for the classroom and for DKG; on sharing viewpoints on educational and DKG topics; and on providing a place for creative expression. In particular, the editorial board hopes that the magazine will be a place to exchange ideas about “controversial” topics such as:

  • Are national standards productive? 
  • Is technology helping or hurting education? 
  • Are traditional grades a thing of the past? 
  • Would year-round, 4-day school weeks advance education? 
  • How much homework is necessary? 
  • What is the proper role of schools in promoting students’ health and morality? 
  • Should school boards be eliminated to give educators autonomy?
  • Should the name of DKG be changed? 
  • What are the advantages of recruitment vs. invitation only? 
  • What DKG myths need to be debunked? 
  • Should college education majors be invited to DKG? 
  • What might be the advantages of membership at only the international or only the state level? 
  • Should the Society take political stands?
Take advantage of this opportunity to weigh in on your ideas and concerns.

2015 State Convention

Webmaster Kathy Davis ~ kldavis52@gmail.com