Pryor Public Schools Summer Explore is Now Accepting Registrations
This program will be provided June 1st-30th for all K-4th grade learners who wish to participate. While we recommend participation in this program in order to prevent the summer gap from widening, it is completely optional.
We will meet at Roosevelt Elementary and transportation can be provided if needed. Breakfast and lunch will also be provided free of charge.
Lessons will be provided four days a week for math, reading, and Action-based Learning (physical movement).
Please click the button below and complete the Google form in it’s entirety to ensure your learner’s enrollment.
Cherokee Nation Summer Nutrition Program Now Accepting Applications for Summer EBT for Children Program
This federally funded program is available to anyone; you do not have to be American Indian to qualify. Qualifying families will receive approximately $30 of free food per child per month for May, June and July. Benefits are on an EBT card (works like a debit card) that allows the purchase healthy food for the summer.
Participation in this program will have no impact on other government assistance that you and your child receive. Once approved, Summer EBT cards will be mailed to the address provided along with a
list of participating stores and a food card (shopping list) that will help you identify
approved food items.
Families with questions can call Cherokee Nation SEBTC at (539) 234-3265 or (800)
256-0671 ext. 5589 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday with questions.
March 1, 2021
Proof of Residence
Updated Shot Record
CDIB Card, if applicable
No in-person enrollment at this time.
Completed packets may be returned to school sites or drop box (east
side of building) located at 405 SW 1st St.
405 SW 1st St.
PRE-K CLASS LOCATIONS:
LINCOLN EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTER
Congratulations to Jefferson on being one of three Oklahoma Schools of Character!
Pryor Elementary STEM Labs would like to thank GRDA for their generous grant to add more hands on learning opportunities for our students!
Jefferson Learners Honor Veterans
Stop the Spread
The Oklahoma State Superintendent, Joy Hofmeister, says that getting your flu vaccination is “more important than ever” because “health care institutions are already stretched thin by the COVID-19 pandemic.”
The CDC has provided a list of things that will help to stop the spread of the flu virus. There are three main actions you can take this year: get vaccinated, stop the spread--wash your hands and social distance, and ask your doctor about flu antivirals!
Any steps taken to prevent the spread of both COVID-19 and the flu are very important. “It’s vital that we work together to maintain safe learning environments for our children.”