Parents/Guardians, Please fill out the following Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools Title 1 Program Survey. https://forms.gle/grv4kEXmF8HrgQ61A
Dear Parents of 11th Graders Chouteau High School is communicating with parents of students who will be juniors during the 2020-21 school year. Our school district plans to administer the ACT® test in spring 2021 to eligible juniors as part of the state contract with the Oklahoma State Department of Education and ACT. Last year over 95% of Oklahoma schools selected to administer the ACT. Our district believes this is an excellent opportunity for all eligible juniors to take the ACT at no cost to them or their families. Additional information on why we chose the ACT can be found at: 8 Reasons to Choose the ACT Test Should you have any questions/comments, please reply to Chouteau High School Counselor, Kathy McCollough, firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Lori Helton, Superintendent
Our very own Sommer Reider, Reading Specialist, has created how to videos to help with distance learning. Mrs.Reider, Thank you for your hard work to make this available for our families. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwg0-UM2-VIW9Oe7kc5OLgw
September 4, 2020 Dear Chouteau-Mazie Families: I am reaching out to share with you that we were notified that one of our high school students has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Anyone who is known to have been in direct contact is being contacted personally by school officials, and will pivot to distance learning, and monitor for symptoms. If you have not been contacted, your student has not been identified as known direct contact. According to federal law(s) we are not at liberty to share the name of the students in order to protect their privacy. Tonight’s non- district football game has been cancelled, and Coach Compton is trying to reschedule a game for zero week. It is imperative that we all continue to work together to ensure our community members remain safe and healthy. Please know that Chouteau-Mazie will continue to monitor the situation and will provide additional information as we receive it. Sincerely, Lori Helton Superintendent Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools
September 4, 2020 Dear Chouteau-Mazie Families: I am reaching out to share with you that we were notified that one of our high school students has tested positive for the COVID-19 virus. Anyone who is known to have been in direct contact is being contacted personally by school officials, and will pivot to distance learning, and monitor for symptoms. If you have NOT been contacted, your student has NOT been identified as known direct contact. According to federal law(s) we are not at liberty to share the name of the students in order to protect their privacy. Tonight’s non- district football game has been cancelled, and Coach Compton to reschedule a game for zero week. It is imperative that we all continue to work together to ensure our community members remain safe and healthy. Please know that Chouteau-Mazie will continue to monitor the situation and will provide additional information as we receive it. Sincerely, Lori Helton Superintendent Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools
Due to County road construction on S 430 Road (West of the baseball field) Bus 1 and Bus 8 will be running 10-15 minutes late.
Our Return to Learn plan has been updated! Click the link below to learn more! https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/848583/CMPS_Return_to_Learn_Plan__6_.pdf
Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools Johnson O’Malley (JOM) School Supplies Distribution is scheduled for the first week of school. Students must meet the JOM eligibility criteria to receive school supplies. If you have any questions please contact Patty Pereira at email@example.com or 918-476-8376 ext. 105
Parents, Please fill out and return enrollment forms and return to the appropriate building ASAP. This will ensure we are fully staffed and ready for all of our learners. Thank you ahead of time for your speedy reply. Call if you have questions.
Return to Learn Plan 2020-2021 Updated Link https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/807408/CMPS_Return_to_Learn_Plan_Revised__July_20_2020.pdf
Return To Learn Plan 2020-2021 https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/807374/CMPS_Return_to_Learn_Plan_July_20_2020.pdf
Return to Learn Plan 2020-2021 Click on the link below https://core-docs.s3.amazonaws.com/documents/asset/uploaded_file/807374/CMPS_Return_to_Learn_Plan_July_20_2020.pdf
Chouteau-Mazie families, We intended to publish our Return to Learn plan today, however, we are still receiving input from the faculty and staff as well as the community. The plan will be published Monday by 3:00 p.m. after it is approved by the Board. Thank you very much for your input, and for sharing your comments and concerns with us as we plan options that will meet the needs of all of our students. Please feel free to email any additional comments or concerns to your site administrator: High School- firstname.lastname@example.org Middle Schoolemail@example.com Maziefirstname.lastname@example.org Elementaryemail@example.com ECCfirstname.lastname@example.org
Just a reminder there will be a JOM meeting tonight via Zoom at 6:00 PM. If you would like to participate contact Patty Pereira at email@example.com.
The Class of 2020 Graduation will be held Friday June 19, 2020 at 8:00 p.m. at the Chouteau High School Football Field. IN the event of rain, it will be moved to the Memorial Gym. We respectfully request that the number of guests be limited to up to 10 guests per graduate in order to safely social distance. We will utilize the stands for family seating marking off every other row. We will continue to follow the protocols set forth for entry into school facilities, and request that any family members who are experiencing fever, cough, and other symptoms of COVID-19, or have any known exposure to the virus to enjoy the ceremony via the live stream. Live stream information will be located either tomorrow or Friday morning. Be looking on our High School Facebook page. We know that this has not been the ideal situation for families, graduates, or the school, however, we are making every effort to make this graduation ceremony memorable for the Class of 2020.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
As per the State Board of Education, all Oklahoma schools are closed until April 6, 2020. There will be no activities of any kind. Chouteau-Mazie is working to continue to have meals for our students. A detailed plan for the continuation of meals will be in place Friday, March 20th. As we get more information we will share it with you. Stay safe and well. -Lori Helton
Parent teacher conferences will be postponed until after spring break. We will use this time to clean and disinfect campuses.
Mrs. Bendure's class doubled their reading goal this month!
Kvittum, Hutchinson, McCartney, Matlock all met their class goals this week! We had our first 2nd grader turn in their completed Bingo Challenge, that makes 5 total! Way to go Flora Vaughn. Some of your students are 10 or less books away from meeting this individual goal, p
The Annual Chicken Dinner has been scheduled for March 6th, starting at 5:00 PM. The annual alumni games will start at 6:30 PM. Hope to see everyone there!
No school Thursday, February 6th Due to inclement weather and road conditions.
No school Wednesday, February 5, 2020.
Correction...That final score was actually 27-26!!
Well Mazie 7th & 8th grade girls played with so much heart, but fell short in our 4th overtime. Final score 17-26. Good job girls, what a game!!
Mazie in triple overtime!! 26-26!!
Mazie 7-8 girls in double overtime against Leach!! What a game!!
Welcome Back Everyone! I hope 2020 is a great year for all!!
We are saddened to learn of the tragic loss of one of our high school students. Our thoughts and prayers go out the the student's family. Though school is out of session, counseling services will be provided for our Wildcat family at the High School beginning at 9:00 Friday morning.
We completed the last day of classes for the decade and we are officially on break. Everyone have a wonderful time with your loved ones. Classes will resume January 6, 2020. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
We hope you’ve enjoyed the Christmas programs so far, ECC, 3rd and 4th grades. This evening is the 2nd grade program at 6 p.m. Come and join us!
Come and join us tonight for the 3rd and 4th grade Christmas program at 6:00 pm -multipurpose gym.
Chouteau-MazieSchools is aware of an incident that occurred last Friday on one of our afternoon bus routes. Along with local law enforcement, a full investigation is being conducted. The safety, and protection of our students is always our first concern. Necessary actions will be determined once the investigation is complete.
Have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving break. See everyone back again Monday, December 2nd.
Wildcat Angel tree is up! We have over 100 kiddos on the tree this year. If you are able, please come "adopt" an angel or two. The tree is located in the Elementary cafeteria. Gifts are due back to the Elementary school office December 17th. Please bring gifts wrapped with Wildcat tag attached. Thank you ahead of time for your generosity.
Congratulations to Adam Klucevsek, Region 3 Cross Country Coach of the Year! Thank you Coach K. for your dedication to the Wildcats.
2nd Annual District Native American Cultural Night November 5 3:30-7:30 Chouteau High School Art Show Awards Pre-K-12th grade 6:00pm Indian Taco dinner 5-7 pm Tribal card registration elder care foster care college and career services
Parent/teacher conferences and fall break are coming this week. Students will be out of school Wednesday-Friday this week. Conferences will be after school Tuesday from 3:30-6:30 and Wednesday morning from 8-11. We hope to see you there!
Thank you Chouteau-Mazie voters! Your support for our students and our district is what makes this such a great place! It’s a great day to be a Chouteau Wildcat/Mazie Mustang!
Good news! We will be back in class tomorrow at Mazie Elementary. See you in the morning.
Mazie families were called yesterday, but as a reminder, Mazie students will not be in classes today due to the water line break. We are working to have it repaired by the end of the day and expect to be back in class tomorrow. This is for Mazie Elementary students only.
Mazie students will be dismissed at 10:00 this morning due to a water line break. Mazie bus routes will run at 10:00. We hope to have the problem repaired today. This does NOT affect Chouteau students.
Homecoming Tailgating 5:00 Coronation 6:00 Kickoff 7:00
Its homecoming for the Chouteau Wildcats! The pep assembly, starts at 1:15 in the main gym. All floats and vehicles need to be lined up to start the parade at 2:00.
Mazie Annual Pie Supper and Auction will be held October 25th, 2019. Time and more info to come!
Homecoming shirt orders are due in the morning on Monday, September 23rd.
School Pictures and group pics will be next week - Wednesday, September 25th Retakes are scheduled for November 7th
The United States Constitution is 229 years old today. By signing the Constitution, the founding fathers created a new form of government for the United States of America. #ConstitutionDay
The water is back on. Thank you CPWA for getting everything taken care of.
Due to a water line break on Harrison we are currently without water. CPWA is working on it. Volleyball matches will still be played.
Homecoming Week is coming up September 23-27th. Look for more info to come on the Class float contest for 9-12th grades- $100 prize to go in the class account, and a pizza party!
Hey families- make sure to check out Boys and Girls Club in Chouteau, located at Chouteau Elementary. The hours are M-F 2:55pm-7:00pm. For more information call 918-824-1908 and ask for Rose. Hope to see your kiddos there!
Check out the latest by downloading the Chouteau-Mazie Public Schools App by typing Choutea-Mazie in the search bar, or by going to our new web page at chouteauwildcats.com
Good morning Wildcats and Mustangs! Remember, there is no school Monday, September 2nd in observance of Labor Day.
Good morning Chouteau Wildcats and Mazie Mustangs! Let’s have a great first day💙💛💙
Tomorrow is the big day! We are excited to welcome all of our students back for the first day of school. Our goal is to have the bus routes finishing in the morning by 7:40 to ensure everyone gets here for a great breakfast. Please be patient for the first few days as we work out any issues with bus routes and times. Please contact the school if you have any issues in the morning. Get a good night’s sleep everyone. Let’s be ready for a great first day 😊
12 more days until a great new school year begins. The first day of school is August 15th. Back to school night is August 13th from 4:00-7:00pm. Meet your teachers, pick up JOM supplies, bus route information, schedules, and any other information you may need to have a great start.
New 5th and 6th grade classrooms made for collaborative learning. We can’t wait!
School will be starting soon!! We are so excited to welcome everyone back!!
The countdown to school is beginning! We are excited to welcome everyone back!
Good Morning Welcome to our New App!