Wynona News July 27, 2016
GUN SAFETY CLASS SET
Wynona School Superintendent Shelly Shulanberger will teach an Oklahoma Hunter Safety Course at the school on Monday, Aug. 1.
The class is to last from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and students must be at least 10 years old to participate. Participants in the need to bring two pencils, a highlighter and their lunch.
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Local students are reminded to contact the Wynona school office about scheduling a physical. Physicals for junior high and high school students will be offered on Thursday, Aug, 11.
Enrollment also is scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 11. Students can enroll from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The doctor performing the athletic physicals is expected to be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students should call the school office in order to schedule their appointments. The cost will be $15.
Wynona Schools have scheduled a Back to School night on Thursday, Aug. 11, from 6-7:30 p.m.
New teachers for the upcoming Wynona school year are: Mrs.Shaw (K-PK), Mrs. Boyd for grades 1-2 and Ms. Clark for grades 3-4.
Grades 5-8 will have class in the high school this year. They will be rotated between Mr. Powell, Mrs. Boe, Mrs. Patrick and Mrs. Palkovich.
Grades 9-12 are to be rotated between Mr. Powell, Ms. Berry, Mrs. Boe and Mrs. Patrick.
Ms. Ervin will be the special education teacher.
First day of school is Monday, Aug. 15. Summer is almost over.
TOWN HALL HAS BOOKS
Local residents are being invited to check out a new selection of recent releases books at the Wynona Town Hall Library. No card is needed to borrow one of the books, which can be exchanged for a different one during their next visit. The variety of books should appeal to all ages and interests, officials said.
The Wynona Board of Trustees met for a regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, July 19.
Board members conducted regular business, then discussed repairing the water tower. They decided to wait until next month to try to find funding. The board also discussed repairing leaks and mowing the sides of the streets.
Attending the meeting were Linda Ware, Evelyn Pitts, Donna Swanner, Loretta Little, Nancy Deatherage, Della Carter, Janet Delaney and Tennie Slone.