Henryetta will be sending six teachers to Oklahoma City Monday for the second education rally at the state Capitol.
The six, two from the elementary, middle and high schools, will be joining educators from across the state looking for more money for schools.
Even though money is one of the goals for the group, another argument voiced by teachers is standardized testing.
That focus on high stakes testing is going to be discussed Tuesday evening at the Henryetta high school auditorium.
Linda Hampton, president of the Oklahoma Education Association is expected to be on hand to lead the discussion. A video outlining the problem will be shown to those attending.
The OEA is opposed to the standardized tests claiming students waste up to 18 full days of school each year taking the tests.
"We invite parents, teachers and area residents to come to the auditorium and learn about this waste of time for students and educators," she said. That program starts at 7 p.m.
The program will be streamed live at www.thehenryettan.com