We were notified yesterday of the negative COVID-19 test results for the student who was possibly exposed. We will be reopening our summer programs this week with continued measures in place for social distancing, cleaning and sanitizing. We will continue to follow the protocols set forth for entry into school facilities including temperature checks. We will monitor the ever changing situation and make adjustments as necessary.
Graduation is Friday, June 12th @ 7:00 pm, on the High School Softball Field. This is due to the football field being too wet for the chairs. Graduates, don't forget practice is at 11:00 am Friday morning. We will meet at the HS Softball field. Graduates will be allowed to reserve 7 chairs on the field for family members. Everyone is encouraged to bring lawn chairs to sit in the field behind them. Family members may also sit in the softball bleachers. The ceremony will be live streamed. The link is varsitystream.com. As a reminder, we will be observing social distancing.
A JOM meeting will be held this Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 6:00 P.M. via ZOOM. If you are interested in attending, please email Patricia Pereira at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will be able to pick up your child's belongings during the week of May 11-15 from 8:00 to 12:00 each day. May 11-Monday- last names A-F May 12- Tuesday- last names G-L May 13- Wednesday- last names M-R May 14-Thursday- last names S-Z
Distance Learning at its finest. We are so proud of the hard work you are putting into accomplishing your schoolwork, family time, and learning new things. Well rounded people are the best so continue to learn no matter where you are at. We miss you all! Enjoy the video Mrs. Reider put together for us. We are all in this together. https://youtu.be/H122DDdQxfg
A JOM special meeting will be held this Thursday, April 30, 2020 at 6:00 P.M. via ZOOM. If you are interested in attending, please email Patricia Pereira at email@example.com.
Seth has been working in the garden and look at his cabbage! Nice job, Seth.
Announcement-- Tentative dates have been set for our traditional Senior graduation ceremony- We want to see our Class of 2020 Walk across the stage! May 8, 2020 June 12, 2020 July 10, 2020 August 7, 2020 We have not yet rescheduled prom, or other end-of-the year activities yet. We will keep you posted.
Chouteau Elementary Teacher of the Year 2019-2020. Congratulations, Mrs. Bendure! We are proud of you!
Here is a link to our Parent/Student guides for distance learning starting April 6th, 2020. https://www.chouteauwildcats.com/o/chouteau-mazie-public-schools/page/distance-learning--46
A message to our families.
Happy smiles heading out to feed our community.
Today the State Board of Education voted that all schools will finish out the year using distance learning. We expect guidance documents to come from the state at the end of the week, and we will be in touch with our families very soon to answer your questions.
300 meals prepared and delivered today! The food was great! Please come on out tomorrow and pick up meals for your kiddos. Thank you Laura Cochran and your awesome staff.
300 Meals prepared and delivered today! The food was great. Please come out tomorrow and get a meals for your kiddos. Thank you Laura Cochran and your awesome staff.
Families: Prescription medications may be picked up in the administration office until 1:30 pm today, and from 9-2 Tuesday.
With the announcement that there will be no state testing this year we know that there are still a lot of unanswered questions. Please know that we are working to get answers and will share them with you as soon as we get updates. The information has changed almost daily given the uncertainty of the present situation. The State Board of Education will meet March 25th. We are hopeful that our questions will be answered at that time. We miss our students!
Oklahoma Dept. of Education receives federal waiver to halt assessments amid pandemic OKLAHOMA CITY (Mar. 20, 2020) – The U.S. Department of Education tonight approved waivers requested by the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) to suspend assessments and Oklahoma School Report Cards for the 2019-20 school year. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister requested the waivers to help schools navigate the uncertainty caused by the coronavirus pandemic. At Hofmeister’s request, the State Board of Education on March 16 closed public schools until April 6 to help reduce community spread of COVID-19. “Our schools have the unprecedented challenge this school year of educating students while absolutely guarding their health and well being, as well as that of our educators and communities,” said Hofmeister. “These waivers provide some measure of stability and flexibility for our schools to move forward during this period of uncertainty.” The waivers mean Oklahoma schools will not administer academic assessments in English language arts, mathematics and science for grades 3-8 or to high school juniors. Similarly, the OSDE will not issue Oklahoma School Report Cards, the state’s accountability system that factors in assessments and other indicators. The Board of Education will hold a special meeting Wednesday, March 25, to determine whether to extend the school closure, among other pressing Board actions.
Study Island is a great resource for your child to use while they are at home. Your child has a login that connects them to all the standards they need to master in order to be ready for the next grade level. https://app.studyisland.com/cfw/login/
Chouteau-Mazie Families: If your child has prescription medication that you would like pick up, please stop by the Administration office today until 3 p.m., Monday, or Tuesday of next week. All prescription medication has been brought to the Administration office. It is not at your child's school. The school nurses are contacting families who have medication at the school, and will leave a message if they do not get to speak with you. If you need further information, please call the main office at 918-476-8376.