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The dress code can be found in the
student handbook located on the
Fort Towson Public School website.
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We would like to announce that every Friday in August, September, October, January, and February are Virtual Fridays. All students will be required to log in and complete the work assigned or they will be counted absent. Students will receive grades for the work and it will count in their overall GPA.
Staff will be available on site from 9 am to 12 pm on Virtual Fridays to assist any student who needs tutoring. Transportation and meals will NOT be provided on Virtual Fridays. It will be the parents responsibility to transport the student to and from school, students who attend tutoring must be picked up no later than 12 pm.
Any student who chooses to attend, will be required to do the work assigned for Virtual Friday and will be required to follow the rules, guidelines and dress codes set forth in the handbooks. Any student who does not adhere to the rules will be subject to disciplinary actions.
Fort Towson FCCLA
Fort Towson Student Council
is needing empty 12 pack pop can cartons for a project. If you have any, please send them to school. They can be dropped off in Mrs. Needham’s room or the offices.
Choctaw County Free Fair
Fort Towson FFA and 4-H members represented the Fort very well last week at the Choctaw County Free Fair.
Autumn Diggs: Bronze Heifer and Bronze Doe Goat
Jalee Stinnett: Grand Doe Goat
Madison Diggs: Junior Goat Showmanship
Anna Drinkard: Senior Lamb Showmanship
Kaleigh Payne: Intermediate Calf Showmanship
Stanton Broadrick: Reserve Doe Goat
Payton Burchfield: Reserve Grand Ewe and Intermediate Lamb Showmanship
Other Members who showed were:
Jayln Broadrick, Jesslyn Broadrick, and Madison Burchfield
Fort Towson Public Schools Job Postings as of September 13, 2022
Fort Towson Public Schools is seeking a full time bus driver for the 2022-2023 school year. Applicants must have a valid CDL. Salary will be based on experience. Beginning salary range will be $10,187 to $11,567 based on experience. If interested complete an application and drop it along with a copy of driver’s license at the Administration building located at 205 NW 3rd Street, Fort Towson, OK
Fort Towson Public School is seeking a full time cafeteria worker for the 2022-2023 school year. This cafeteria worker would be considered head cook/cafeteria supervisor. Duties would include preparing the monthly menus, meeting all procurement requirements associated with acquiring food and supplies for the kitchen, maintaining all paperwork for reporting to the State Child Nutrition Program, supervising kitchen staff and seeing that fresh quality meals are served. Salary will be based on experience. Starting salary is $18,437. If interested submit a resume to Phillip Hall, Superintendent at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete an application and drop it by the Administration building located at 205 NW 3rd Street, Fort Towson, OK
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:
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.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced a new benefit program that seeks to help families struggling to afford broadband internet. The Emergency Broadband Benefit could help qualifying Oklahoma families who may need assistance with the cost of internet and other technology needs. Below are some quick facts on the new benefit program:
For more information on the program and how a family can enroll, visit https://www.fcc.gov/
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