Students and staff will be out on Monday, January 18th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
Enjoy the break and come back refreshed and ready to learn on Tuesday, January 19th.
We’re proud to congratulate Pam Devers’ science team for being recognized as 2020-2021 Semi-Finalists in the #SamsungSolve! contest.
Their smart, hard work is an important contribution to this national contest that supports the development of #STEM solutions that address local issues.
Students and the public at large can no longer get a drink or fill water bottles at water fountains because of the Covid Pandemic. Devers’ SamsungSolve Team has come up with method that just might solve the problem.
Find out more about the contest at Solve for Tomorrow.
BSN Sports is teaming up with Pryor High School to sell Golf Gear and spirit-wear.
This online shopping event starts Wednesday, January 13th, 2020 and ends January 27th, 2020, so get your Golf gear and spirit-wear while you can!
Spring Drivers Ed classes start Tuesday, January 19th, 2021 at 3:30 p.m. in the Pryor High School Cafeteria.
Learner must be 15 1/2 years or older to attend.
Mayes County numbers continue to be a challenge. Everyone’s cooperation and continued diligence is appreciated and vital to our success.
Many of our quarantine and positive numbers this week have been from students and staff who were exposed or positive over the Christmas break and have not attended during this week.
During indoor winter sports, we will be very strict in our rules for our facilities. We WILL NOT ALLOW ANYONE TO ATTEND ACTIVITIES WITHOUT WEARING A MASK! We will ask people to leave our facilities if they will not comply.
This is a challenging time for everyone and we are working very hard to keep everyone safe and maintain every learning opportunity we can for our learners.
Wednesday, November 11th, six PHS seniors signed with various sports teams.
Dax Sharp and Brooks Miller signed with Neosho Baseball; Karleigh and Keitian Bell signed with Southeastern Softball; Rhett Looney signed with NSU Softball; and Kaitlynn Hodges signed with FSCC Softball.
Make sure to congratulate these athletes on their success and stay tuned for more signings to come!
The Pryor High School drama production of A Midsummers Nights Dream has been postponed to February 12th and February 13th.
6:00 PM Girls
7:30 PM Boys
6:00 PM Girls
7:30 PM Boys
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.”