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Federal Programs Meeting

Peavine School Federal Programs Meeting Tuesday August 2nd PEAVINE CAFETERIA 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Federal Impact Aid – discussion on program and form committee Title I, II, IV – Public discussion on this program Public Discussion for APR Funds – Return to Learn plan EL program – Discuss on this program Mckenny Vento Homeless – Public discussion, giving awareness JOM Program – Discuss this program and form committee If you have any Question or concerns? Call Tammy Crittenden 918-696-7818

OSDE Math Tutoring

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Families can register their grade 7-9 children for free online math tutoring Students, families can sign up for OSDE’s Math Tutoring Corps through Sept. 1 OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 15, 2022) – The Math Tutoring Corps initiative offered by the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) is encouraging interested Oklahoma families to register their students for free, high-dosage tutoring in mathematics. Beginning in September, trained tutors will work with groups of no more than four students in grades 7, 8 and 9 to reinforce the math processes they are studying in class and prepare them for higher-level coursework. The tutoring will be done virtually and is designed for students who seek targeted support for growth in grade-level mathematics. Students will attend three 50-minute online tutoring sessions per week. “Research has shown that students who participate in intensive, high-dosage tutoring improve their grades in math,” said State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister. “The Math Tutoring Corps will help kids have greater confidence in their math skills and be more college and career ready.” The OSDE launched a successful pilot program for Math Tutoring Corps in spring 2022, with nearly 400 participants. A post-pilot survey revealed: 90% of participants increased their understanding of mathematics. 84% of families said participating students were more confident about math. 84% of students indicated they would be more likely to persevere after making a mistake. Students are eligible to participate in one or both of the OSDE’s Math Tutoring Corps sessions during the 2022-23 school year. Each session can accommodate up to 1,500 students. The first runs Sept. 18 through Nov. 19, the second in spring 2023. Families and students can enroll for the upcoming session through this link by Sept. 1. The OSDE will provide any needed technology or internet access, and tutoring schedules will occur during students’ free time outside of the school day. Additional information is available on the OSDE’s Math Tutoring Corps webpage. The OSDE is investing $5 million in pandemic relief funding in the Oklahoma Math Tutoring Corps through summer 2024. Math Tutoring Corps is a component of Ready Together Oklahoma: An Action Plan for Supporting Students Through the Pandemic and Beyond. More information is available in this FAQ document. To see a video of a student from the Math Tutoring Corps pilot, click here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WtkrnyJI0gQ

No School (11/14)

School is canceled today (11/14) due to the water situation.
 

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Monday ~ Friday 7:45 a.m to 3:05 p.m.

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In our effort to improve communication, Peavine School has implemented a telephone broadcast system that enable personnel to notify all households and individuals by phone within minutes of an emergency or unplanned event. this service may also be used from time-to-time communication general announcements or reminders. Peavine School urges all Parents to leave an updated phone number in the main office (918) 696-7818.

Dear Parents,

During inclement weather, school closings and notifications will be announced in the following way:

On Television: Tulsa Stations: Channels 2, 6, 8 and 23

Ft. Smith Station: Channel 5

On School telephone messenger system when applicable. NOT before 7am or after 9pm.

On school website:  www.peavinepanthers.net

On Our school Facebook page  https://www.facebook.com/peavinepublicschool/

 

www.oklaschools.com

  https://sdeweb01.sde.ok.gov/OCAS_Reporting/DistrictSummary.aspx?FullCode=01C019

 

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What You need to know about coronavirus disease 

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PEAVINE SCHOOL
Michael Hargis
Superintendent

 

P.O. Box 389                                                                                                                                 Phone:  918-696-7818
Stilwell, OK 74960                                                                                                                                 Fax:  918-696-2199

 

 

              Return to Learn Plan

2022/23

 

     Due to the ongoing pandemic, Peavine School will implement several safety procedures and protocols. The implementation of these will continue until it is deemed to safely return to normal procedures and protocols, as determined by the CDC , OSDE and/or The Oklahoma Dept. of Health.

     All students will enter the building at one (1), central location. This point of entrance will be the Extended Care Entrance on the North side of the building. Masks will not be required, however they will be optional. Students and staff may wear masks if they so desire. Upon arrival, each student will have their temperature checked by an employee. Any student who registers a temperature of 100 degrees or greater, will immediately be isolated in a different area. After a period of 5/10 minutes their temperature will be checked again. If they continue to register a temperature of 100 degrees or more, parents will immediately be notified to pick the student up from school. Students shall not return to school until they have been free of high temperatures for a minimum of 24 hours. Parents if you bring your student(s) to school, please allow extra time each morning for this process, as we will need you to wait until your child has had their temperature checked, before leaving.

     All staff members will be checked in the same manner and will not be allowed to return to work until they too have been free of high temperatures for a minimum of 24 hours.

     Any student or staff member who registers a temperature of 100 degrees or more at any time during the day, will immediately be sent home. It is very important that we have current contact information and phone numbers for your student(s).

     Additional sanitizing steps will continue to be followed in all facilities as part of a daily routine.

     Campus visitors will be limited to the Central Office. Visitors will not be allowed to go into the hallways or classrooms.

     It is recommended that both students and staff have their temperatures checked before leaving home for school, each day.

     In the event, of exposure by student or staff, we will communicate that information to all appropriate parties as quickly as possible.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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