(from Superintendent Shelley Shulanberger)

Best of luck to our high school basketball teams, which will be playing in districts.

I appreciate all of the parents who attended parent/teacher conferences. Students tend to do much better when they realize their parents and teachers are communicating. If you did not receive a progress report, please contact the school office.

Osage County Health Department will be here certifying people in CPR/First Aid on Thursday, Feb. 16. If you are interested in becoming certified, call Lorrie at 918-846-2467. The session starts at 2 p.m. in the cafeteria.

Earlier in the year, Mrs. Shulanberger had challenged the first- and second-grade students. She told them that if they read 100 books, she would kiss a pig. The students met their goal, so she will be kissing a pig at the End of the Month Assembly for January.

The assembly will be held Friday, Feb. 17, beginning at 2:45 p.m. Way to go first- and second-graders! Keep reading.

There will be no school Monday, Feb. 20, which had been set as a snow day.

The school archery team will participate in a national shoot in Tulsa on Wednesday, Feb. 22. They are so excited. We wish them lots of luck.

“Don’t let yesterday take up too much of today!” - Will Rogers


Come out and support the Wynona Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Feb. 25. From 4-6 p.m., fire department volunteers will be serving a smoked pork sandwich, beans, potato salad, drink and a dessert for $6 a plate. Proceeds will be used to purchase fuel and make repairs to the department’s equipment.

Thank you in advance for your support.


The Wynona Alumni Basketball Game has been moved to Saturday, March 10.

Its date was changed from February to avoid conflicts with district, regional and state basketball tournaments. Please share and pass the word.

They are planning to have an Alumni vs. High School girls game and an Alumni vs. High School boys game. If there are enough entries, they will have two women’s or men’s games. The first game starts at 6 p.m. There will be a concession stand available with hotdogs, nachos, walking tacos, pickles, drinks and candy.

To enter, please contact Tonya Patrick at 918-638-9956 or David Powell at Wynona Public School (918-846-2468). Entry deadline is Wednesday, Feb. 15. Each player must sign a waiver to participate.




Wynona Roundup Club is sponsoring a Chili Dinner on Friday, Feb. 24 from 5:30-7 p.m. at the Osage County Fairgrounds’ Women’s Building. A meal consisting of chili/hotdog, dessert and a drink will cost $7 for adults and $5 for kids ages 7-10. Children under 6 eat for free. To-go orders also will be offered.

The club is trying to raise funds for the 2017 season. They invite everyone to come out and support the Wynona Roundup Club, enjoy lots of good food and fellowship with some amazing people.

For more information, contact Tami Johnson at 918-638-9956, Tonya Patrick (918-638-9956) or Joe Maker (918-688-0530).


Nicholas and Diana Christianson are proud to announce the birth of their twin babies. A boy, Jace Scott, weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and was 20 1/2 inches long, and a girl, Cassidee Rai, weight 6 pounds, 3 ounces and measured 19 1/2 inches. They were born at Tulsa’s St. Francis Hospital on Jan. 30, at 3:33 p.m. (for Jace) and at 3:34 p.m. (for Cassidee).

Maternal grandparents are Buddy and Susie Myers of Wynona. Great-grandmothers are Patti Pfieffer of Broken Arrow and Leota Leota Robinson of Wynona. Paternal grandparents include: Kenny and Stephanie Millard of Pawhuska, Tommy Christianson of Carnegie. Lila Alley, from Carnegie, is a great-grandmother, and Jeannie Millard, of Pawhuska, also is a great-grandmother.

The twins have a big sister, Jayden, age 3. She was there to welcome the twins home and help take good care of them. Congratulations to the Christianson family on the birth of their precious little boy and girl, who just happened to be born on their great uncle Rick Robinson’s birthday. What a nice birthday surprise!