That one time when the fog machine set off the fire alarm... Great response time ECC! Thank you Mary, teachers and staff for keeping our kids safe. Evacuation times were excellent!
Congratulation to Savannah Coblentz! Ladaycat Volleyball first ever All Stater. #makinghistory#wildcatway
Vote Today! Polling locations for Chouteau Mazie School District First Baptist Church 28 E 12th Street, Chouteau Chouteau Hills Church of Christ 316 N. 6th Street, Chouteau Mazie Unity Freewill Baptist Church 208 W Broadway, Mazie
Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools can be reached at (918)927-0559 or fax: (918)476-8538
This is for Middle School and High School Sports.
Athletic Security Plan Update
The Chouteau Campus was on Level 1 Lockdown (stay in buildings) due to a report of loud explosive sounds near the campus. Everyone is safe and accounted for. Thank you to law enforcement and first responders for quick response time to keep our students and campuses safe. Thank you to principals for your diligence regarding students and campus safety.
Tonight Tuesday August 8th
Immunization Guide for the 2023-2024 School Year
Monday, June 19th & Tuesday, June 20th 1pm-2pm Chouteau High School Cafeteria - 519 N. McCracken, Chouteau OK Free Lunch- Anyone in the community who needs a meal Shelf stable breakfast also available You do not have to be a CMPS student. All community members are welcome.
Join us in celebrating our teachers of the year and retirees.
Classes will be canceled Tuesday April 11th so that students and staff may attend the services for Ms. Snodgrass. We will have counselors and ministers on campus next week to help as we navigate this difficult time and deal with the loss of this precious teacher. Please reach out to your student’s school if needed or to any of the contacts below if we be of any help to you or your family. Shelly was a well-respected teacher who was known for her love of learning and for her heart for students. In the 16 years she spent in the district she touched the lives of countless students and colleagues. It is unthinkable that we will not have Shelly physically present in our hallways. I do know her spirit will live on indefinitely in the hearts of our school. Please continue to keep her family in your prayers. Lori Helton Superintendent Counselors: Angela Frailey- firstname.lastname@example.org Chelsea Gwartneyemail@example.com Roberta Bowling- firstname.lastname@example.org Kathy McColloughemail@example.com Mayes County Counseling- 918-476-4008 Grand AMental Health Centers- 918-373-9800 Ministers: Cory Nicholas- 918-697-7119 Brett Drumm- 918-845-7122 Tony Hutchison-918-607-3321 Don Cochran-918-839-1636 Laura Cochran -918-839-9605
It is with a heavy heart that we share that elementary teacher, Shelly Snodgrass passed away this afternoon. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ms. Snodgrass’s family. She was a wonderful teacher who loved her students, her school, and her colleagues. We will miss her vibrant spirit at CMPS Counselors and ministers are available for students and staff at all campuses to assist students and staff as we go through this loss at our school. Counselors: Angela Frailey- firstname.lastname@example.org Chelsea Gwartneyemail@example.com Roberta Bowling- firstname.lastname@example.org Kathy McColloughemail@example.com Mayes County Counseling- 918-476-4008 Grand AMental Health Centers- 918-373-9800 Ministers: Cory Nicholas- 918-697-7119 Brett Drumm- 918-845-7122 Tony Hutchison-918-607-3321 Don Cochran-918-839-1636 Laura Cochran -918-839-9605
Chouteau High School Blood Drive Tomorrow from 10am-3pm.
Happy Paraprofessional Day! We appreciate everything you do for our students.
Congratulations to this WILDCAT for his accomplishments. We loved watching you play! It's a great day to be a WILDCAT!!
Congratulations to these LADYCATS and all their accomplishments. Thank you Coach Croft for sharing the news.
Any student enrolled in Chouteau Mazie Public Schools is eligible for the Summer EBT program. Parents you must apply for this by April 16th. See flyer for all details.
Good Luck Ladycats!!
Spot light of the week: Mrs. Littlefield is the prek/k teacher at Mazie Elementary. Her favorite part about working at Mazie is "the family atmosphere, which includes teachers, staff, students, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins. The community gets involved in Mazie activities and supports what we are doing at school. " Mrs. Littlefield's "number one goal for this school year, and every school year, is to teach my students to not only read, but to love reading." When asked what Mrs. Littlefield believes she does best in the classroom, she responded with, "I hope that what I do best in my classroom is to give my students a solid foundation in reading and in math." Mrs. Littlefield has worked at Mazie for 10 years and has been an educator for 15 years. We love our prek/k teacher at Mazie Elementary.