First Day of School
The first day of school is Monday, August 17.
2020 – 2021 School Year Calendar
JH – HS Enrollment Information
JH and HS Enrollment Packets are available for pickup in the HS, Mon – Thurs, 9 to 4.
1. Select Returning Students from 2019-2020 or New Students for your base packet.
2. Add the forms that apply to your child to your base packet.
3. Fill out and return to the completed packets box any time before August 5th (All packets are due by Aug 5th)
Schedules will be provided at the following dates and times:
8th Grade 1:30
7th Grade 2:00
Elementary Enrollment Information
JOM Message to Parents
from Lacey Dodds
JOM Supplies information. The picture below is a list of what will be provided, so that you may have adequate time to get the rest of the supplies your child/children may need. When picking up your supplies, please bring your child's CDIB. I may have it on file, but I must ask for a fresh copy each year. If the child does not have a CDIB card, then bring the parents CDIB and the child's birth certificate.
Pick up times will be as follows:
For ELEMENTARY only:
When you come to your designated meet the teacher night, I will be set up for your child to get their supplies. The times will be from 5 to 7 pm.
Thursday, August 6th: Pre-K & 3rd grade
Monday, August 10th: KG & 4th grade
Tuesday, August 11th: 1st grade & 5th grade
Thursday, August 13th: 2nd grade & 6th grade
For JH/HS only:
When you come to pick up your schedules, I will be set up with your supplies.
Wednesday, August 12th:
SENIORS - 2:00 PM
JUNIORS – 2:30 PM
SOPHOMORES – 3:00 PM
Thursday, August 13th:
FRESHMEN – 1:00 PM
8TH GRADE - 1:30 PM
7TH GRADE - 2:00 PM
I understand that sometimes this scheduling might be difficult, especially with multiple kids, but this is what we must do to continue to have school and protect your children. I have tried to make it as convenient as possible. I cannot wait to see every one and all the kids that we all miss. This school year might look different, but we are going to get through this!
Please be advised that in accordance with applicable state regulations, Fort Towson Public Schools will be destroying all Special Education records (copies of Individualized Education Programs [also known as IEP], test reports, progress reports etc.) created prior to August 1, 2015. School districts are required to destroy these materials, excluding transcripts, five years after the student transfers, graduates, or withdraws from the school system. The destruction of records created prior to August 1, 2015 will begin on or after August 11, 2020. Should you wish to obtain your records, you must contact Mrs. Nena Hudson, Special Education Director at (580) 873-2780 prior to August 6, 2020.
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.