Wynona News

Staff Writer
Pawhuska Journal-Capital

The last day of the third nine weeks is March 16. If grades are low, please contact your child and/or their teacher to discuss the issue. Parents should have received a letter in the mail within the last two weeks with their child’s Wengage login. This program provides you with their grades and attendance. If you did not receive it, please contact the office.

We also mailed information about college requirements, tuition, FASFA, and the Oklahoma Promise. If you have an eighth through 10th-grader, now is the time to complete the Oklahoma Promise! ALL seniors should be completing the FASFA and applying for scholarships. If you need any assistance, please contact Mrs. Shulanberger at (918) 846-2467, I will be more than happy to help.

The fifth-12th grade students will travel to Oklahoma City to watch the OKC Thunder Blue team. The bus will leave promptly at 8 a.m. and return around 3:30 p.m. Students will need to bring a lunch or money for the concession. The concession stand is expensive! Permission slips will NO longer be accepted. If any student did not return a permission slip in with the $5, they will be required to attend school all day.

The Junior High Archery Team will travel to Claremore on March 10 to compete in a tournament.

The Osage County Spelling Bee is Wednesday, March 14 at the Hominy Interlocal Cooperative at 1 p.m. We are excited to cheer on Desi Rikard and Levi King competing at the junior high level, and Kaylee Hough and Christian McCullough competing at the elementary level.

Spring Break is Monday, March 19- Friday, March 23!

PROM is April 20 at Keystone State Park. After prom will be at Incredible Pizza. More details to follow!

Have a great weekend making a lifetime of memories with your children!