Parents and Students,
As the school year is approaching I wanted to give you an update of where we are at in the process of planning for next year. As of right now we will start school on August 10th. Parents will have the option of saying that they want their children educated by remote learning and not be on campus. If this is the choice the student must start and finish a grading period before switching. As of right now we are looking at making masks required. As of right now temperatures will be taken before a student gets on the bus and for non-bus riders before they enter the building. As of right now we are looking at ways to limit class sizes and to keep social distancing on the buses. One option we are discussing is a split schedule where half of the students would go on Monday and Wednesday and the other half would go on Tuesday and Thursday. On a student’s off day a student must report in to their teacher and complete any work assigned through remote learning. For right now we are looking at Secondary students using Google Classroom to communicate with their teachers and Edmodo will be used at the Elementary level. More specifics and details will follow in the coming weeks. Please complete the survey which will help us better plan by clicking on the following link. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TG7LCJW
Phillip Hall, Superintendent
Fort Towson Public Schools
"Together We Can Succeed"
Tigers Basketball Camp
July 13 – 17
6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
4th grade – High School
$50 per child
RSVP to Coach Burdine at email@example.com
T-shirts and Gatorade provided.
Click here for more information.
Parents and students:
There are still a lot of library books out. If you have library books, you can give them to the bus driver or their helper when they deliver meals. They can also be dropped off if you pick your lunches up at school. Thanks in advance!
RESOURCES FOR LEARNING AT HOME
The Census determines how much federal funding and services our towns, cities and schools receive each year for the next decade.
Each undercounted person means an estimated $1,675 less per year (or $16,750 per person in Oklahoma over the next 10 years) in lost funding, grants and support for our communities – so accurate representation is important.
Use the information below to assist you in filling out the census.
It’s time to fill out your 2020 Census! Here’s how:
Go to the website: my2020Census.gov.
Click on the button that says “Start Questionnaire”
Don’t have access to the internet or a smart phone or need assistance in another language? Call (844) 330-2020. It’s easy and safe.
No Census ID? No problem! Everyone can fill out the Census right now.
If you don’t have a Census ID, you can choose “If you do not have a Census ID, click here.” It will ask you to fill out some basic information, like your address, and then you can get started!
Fill out your 2020 Census today at my2020census.gov. When everyone counts, everyone wins!
You may also want to share this 2020 Census video available on YouTube.
New Phone Extensions
Superintendent’s Office – 104
Phillip Hall, Superintendent – 101
Ashley Burton, Superintendent Secretary – 104
Jennifer Hudson, Accounts Payable – 102
Elementary Office – 323
Ami Payne, Elementary Principal – 321
Tonya Day, Elementary Secretary – 323
Jr. High/High School Office – 258
Kyle Earnest, Jr. High/High School Principal – 266
Charlene Sullivan, Jr. High/High School Secretary – 258
Cafeteria – 106
Bus Barn – 107
The dress code can be found in the
student handbook located on the
Fort Towson Public School website.