(Submitted by Superintendent Shelley Shulanberger)
We have yearbooks for sale in the office. They are last year’s books and you can purchase one for $15.
We would like to thank Joseph Lott and Crystal Long for volunteering to help out at the school. Their help is so appreciated.
We started our fundraising sale of Little Lambs Cookie Dough on Sept. 6. Along with cookie dough we will be selling delicious cheesecakes. Any student who sells 10 boxes of cookie dough or cheesecakes will be invited to a pizza party and the top seller will receive a $50 gift card. Deliveries are to be before Halloween.
DIBELS testing for students KG-6th grades also started Tuesday.
The junior high and high school softball girls were travelling to Prue for a game Tuesday. On Thursday, the Lady Jackets will host Olive for a 4:30 p.m. home game. The junior high team will participate in the Oklahoma Union Festival Friday.
The 5th and 6th graders will attend STEM class in Tulsa on Wednesday. They’ll be leaving promptly at 7:30 a.m. prompt!
ASVAB testing will be Thursday at 1 p.m. for all 10th, 11th and 12th graders.
The Prevent Blindness program will be here Friday to screen all of our students. Screenings begin at 9 a.m..
Scholastic Book Fair will be Sept. 8-16 in the elementary building. Come browse some great books. All sales help our school get free books. Anyone interested in volunteering to help with the book fair should please call the school.
Grandparents Day is Friday. All grandparents, aunts, uncles or anyone who is a positive influence in a child’s life is invited to come to school to eat with their student. The cost will be $4. (And, after lunch, you’re invited to take your student to the Scholastic Book Fair.)
Junior high softball girls will play at Hominy at 4:30 p.m. Monday. On Tuesday, both the junior high and high school will play here at home against Copan. For the high school, Sept. 13 is to be Senior Night.
Parent-Teacher Conferences are Sept. 13 and 15, from 4-7 p.m. Be watching for elementary students to be bringing home a note.
A PTO meeting is scheduled Sept. 13 in the school cafeteria, starting at 7 p.m. We hope to see you there.
The Osage County Health Dept will be on campus Sept. 14, to conduct head lice checks. We appreciate them volunteering to help us out.
There is no school on Sept. 19. The teachers will be having a professional development day.
The Town of Wynona has been asked to charge local households a mandatory $7 monthly fee for ambulance services.
Hominy EMS officials, who made the request, say the company has been providing Wynona citizens with ambulance services for several years at no cost besides the normal billings for services rendered. They say that can no longer be the case due to the rising costs of their everyday operations.
Without payment of mandatory dues/fees, Hominy EMS will no longer be able to provide ambulance services for Wynona residents, the company’s officials said.
Wynona Town Council members will be voting on the ambulance service request at a Sept. 20 meeting. Local residents are encouraged to attend and make comments before a decision is made, town officials said.
Wynonans who cannot come to the meeting can express their opinions by calling town hall at 918-846-2526.story text created on Monday 9/5/2016 at 8:55:23 pm by Mike Erwin
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