News from around the District
District Updates from Dr. Raleigh
Pryor High School will be hosting a blood drive and a "Be The Match Registry" event in support of Javon Blake.
The event will be held Friday, April 2nd, at 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. in the Burdick Center Lobby.
To schedule an appointment contact Ana Landeros at 918-864-4502 or visit obi.org.
Students must be at least 16 to participate; and students aged 16 and 17 will need a permission slip. Participators must also give consent for a COVID-19 antibody test.
Roosevelt's book fair will be open Monday, February 22 through Friday, February 26 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.
Due to COVID-19 Roosevelt will be offering online shopping, surprise purchases for learners, and curbside pickup at the west side drive through instead of having family visitors.
Shipping will be free for purchases over $25. Accepted payment methods include: cash, credit card, check, and the student eWallet option.
Every purchase made raises money to purchase new books for the school library.
PHS Wrestling State Qualifiers
Congratulations to the following wrestling boys for placing at regionals and now heading to state.
Seniors: Tanner Cousatte (120 pounds)
Ethan Chavez (170 pounds).
Juniors: Connor Dicarlo (195 pounds)
Jayden Mathis (113 pounds)
James Peach (106 pounds)
Brunk Gray (126 pounds)
and Cayden(Tank) Felts (220 pounds).
Sophomore: Bryce Kegley (132 pounds).
The six student team will be representing Oklahoma at the National Competition virtually on April 17-19.
Entering it's 27th year, Lifesmarts provides real-world education for students who learn about core consumer topics and develop critical thinking skills.
Participants focus on five key topic areas:
The goal of Lifesmarts is to create consumer savvy young people who will be well equipped for adult life in today's complex, global marketplace.
Monday: Cat In The Hat
Wear your best hat!
Tuesday: Silly Socks
Wear your favorite socks!
Wednesday: My Many Colored Day
Wear as many colors as you can!
Thursday: Green Eggs and Ham
Friday: I'm Not Getting Out of Bed
Wear PJ's or comfy clothes!
Lincoln and LECC Kindness Project
During the month of February Lincoln and LECC will be participating in a Kindness Project. The driving question– “How can we show kindness in our school, homes, and community?”
Please be on the lookout for kindness shown by your learner. If you see an act of kindness from them, please write a short description on the attached heart and return it to school with your learner. Lincoln staff members and fellow classmates will also be on the lookout for acts of kindness.
Learners who receive a heart will place it on our school kindness tree! Thank you for your help with this project!
Lincoln Student Lighthouse Team