Please be advised that this 2021 Student Coat Assistance program application is LIVE in the Gadugi portal today. The 2021 Student Coat Assistance Program administered through the Human Services Department is available to assist income-eligible Cherokee families with financial assistance to help meet their student’s clothing needs. This program is annual and provides $50 per child to income eligible, in reservation families. This year the application is online, via the Gadugi portal and therefore more accessible to families than ever before. Application Deadline: December 13, 2021. Eligibility Requirements: Citizenship: Student must be a current Cherokee Nation citizen. Income: There are income guidelines based on family size. Income verification is required to be uploaded to the application. If you have qualified for the income-based school clothing assistance in years’ past you may meet the income guidelines for this year’s winter coat assistance. Age: Students must be at least 5 years old by September 1, 2021 and cannot be over 18 years of age at the time of application ( if you have a student, age 19, who is still in high school please call Human Services via the helpline below) School: Students must be enrolled in Kindergarten-12th grade or equivalent school program; post-secondary students are not eligible. Student can be in public, private, virtual, or home school programs. Residency: Students must reside within the Cherokee Nation Reservation. This will be verified using the physical address provided on the application If you have any questions regarding eligibility or submission, please call 918-453-5058. Persons in Family/Household 125% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines Annual Income Monthly Income 1 $16,100 $1,342 2 $21,775 $1,815 3 $27,450 $2,288 4 $33,125 $2,760 5 $38,800 $3,233 6 $44,475. $3,706 7 $50,150. $4,179 8 $55,825. $4,652 For family units with more than 8 members, add $5,675 annually (or $473 monthly) for each additional member to meet 125% of the federal poverty guidelines.
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Goal Met! 2,000 Book Reports Celebration: Wildcat Wonderland
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
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The Angel Tree will be set up in the Elementary Cafeteria / Lobby of Main Gym for the next 3 nights. When you select your paw please come to the concession stand and let us know which paw you chose. All gifts need to be wrapped and turned into the High School Office by Wednesday, December 8th. Merry Christmas
10 months ago, Amanda Inglett
Angel Tree
Mazie's PTO is hosting a fundraiser selling fried pies and whoopie pies. If you are interested in purchasing any pies then call the school at 918-476-1201 between 8:30 am-2:30 pm. Please do not place orders through comments. All orders are due by December 10th. All money needs to be turned in to Mazie by the 10th also. Thank you for supporting our school!! Go Mustangs!!
10 months ago, Mindy Bridges
Mazie Fried Pie Fundraiser
onight is our season opener at Chelsea. Varsity girls tip off at 6:30 and varsity boys will follow. The Ladycats are missing one tonight and will be wearing maroon for Kaylee as we continue to pray for her. *** We have had many questions of how people can help. Each building has a collection envelope in their office for donations. Mr. Gwartney will be delivering these to the family.. 💙💛 Go Cats 💙💛 #prayforKaylee
10 months ago, Amanda Inglett
#pray forKaylee
Varsity Basketball tonight at Chelsea *** Time Change on Tip-Off** Varsity Girls game will start at 6:30pm Girls JV will start at 4:30 and Boys JV will follow GO CATS !!!
10 months ago, Amanda Inglett
Santa's Workshop December 6th and 7th Information can be found on the pictures and will be sent home on hard copy as well.
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
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Elementary Archery Who-4th graders who are interested in competing as a part of the elementary archery team When - First practice is Thursday, December 2nd from 4:00pm to 5:00pm Where- Outdoor Ed building across from high school on Harrison Street You do not need to bring bow or arrows. These will be provided to you. The team is limited to (8) 4th graders. Coach Kenny Helton - khelton@chouteauwildcats.com
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Reindeer Run T-shirt sale ends tomorrow. Tuesday, November 30th. Shirt design - red shirt with brown antlers, “cutest” ”Wildcat” in blue, and “of all” in green for the nose. 7th Annual Reindeer Run Fundraiser **Please Make Checks Payable to: CHOUTEAU ELEMENTARY Our goal is for each student to raise a minimum of $20 in pledges or sponsorships. Parents, family, neighbors and friends can sponsor a student by making a donation of any amount. Donations are used to help give our students an awesome end of year field day and fun things throughout the year. If students get at least $20 in donation they will receive a 7th Annual Reindeer Run shirt. All CES students will complete in an obstacle course on December 14th at school. The race will end with a fun Christmas party in the classroom for students with snacks and a holiday movie. We want the kids to have fun and end the first semester with a celebration of meeting their school wide goal of 5,000 miles walked this semester. Thank you for the continued support of our students and staff.
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Just a reminder for those who preregistered for Cheer Camp! When: MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY, 11/29th, Dec 1st, Dec 2nd, from 3-5:30 There WILL NOT BE CAMP on Tuesday due to an away game. They will perform Friday, December 3rd, during halftime of the girl’s game scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. Where: Elementary Multipurpose Gym Who: ECC or Elementary students who have already registered. Cost: $40. Includes camp, snack and drink, camp shirt, and bow. For questions contact: Kita Hendricks whendricks@chouteauwildcats.com or Gretchen Coblentz gcoblentz@chouteauwildcats.com
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Literacy Night was a huge success! All students presented a character from a book they have read. Thank you parents for working with your child to make this a success and for joining us the night of. Here are just a few pictures from the day and evening. A special congratulations to the following TOP finalists! It must have been very difficult to judge while having so many that did so well. Great Work, Chouteau Elementary! 4th Grade 1st Place- Flora Vaughn 3rd Grade 1st Place- Maggie Nicholas 2nd Grade 1st Place- Zayden Yeubanks 2nd Place Overall- Tye Chupp 3rd Place Overall- Kaylee Miller
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Chouteau Elementary, Great work! You brought in 1239 cans for the canned food drive. The following classes brought in the most cans per grade level and will celebrate with a popcorn party on Friday, 11/19. 2nd grade - Snodgrass @1:30 3rd grade - Lane @1:30 4th grade - Bendure @11:30
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Chouteau Elementary Literacy Night- Wax Museum Tuesday, November 16th 4:00-6:00 p.m. We are asking that you bring you child to stay from 4:00- 6:00. Parents will have an opportunity to get a book for their child once they complete the scavenger hunt. Middle School will be having STEAM night and Little League Basketball will be playing in all the gyms , feel free to walk around and discover what is going on there as well. The concession stand will be open for snacks. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Chouteau Elementary Literacy Night- Wax Museum Tuesday, November 16th 4:00-6:00 p.m. We are asking that you bring you child to stay from 4:00- 6:00. Parents will have an opportunity to get a book for their child once they complete the scavenger hunt. Middle School will be having STEAM night and Little League Basketball will be playing in all the gyms , so feel free to walk around and discover what is going on there as well. The concession stand will be open for snacks. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions.
10 months ago, Tamara Bryan
Chouteau High School students talk about their purpose on the long range planning committee. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wIQWzjXlUZE
10 months ago, Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools
The 2021 Mazie Pie Supper was a success!! Our sweet community raised more than $15,000 for their community and our beautiful Mazie Mustang students. Here’s a few highlights of the night:
11 months ago, Mindy Bridges
Tons of fellowship!
Cake Walk fun!
Highest Pie Winner
Some beautiful pies
Sending our Cross County Teams off to State this morning. They will be running tomorrow at Edmond Santa Fe . Girls run 1:20pm and boys run at 1:40pm. #RunForTheGold
11 months ago, Amanda Inglett
Cross Country State
Due to weather the Fields of Faith Event will be moved inside to the Main Gym.
12 months ago, Amanda Inglett
Fields of  Faith
Tuesday, October 12th, 3:00-6:00 Wednesday, October 13th, 8:00- 11:00
12 months ago, Tamara Bryan
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Friday, September 24th Family Event this morning! Muffins, juice, book fair shopping! Chouteau Elementary Library 7:15-7:55!
about 1 year ago, Tamara Bryan