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We are having carrer day at the High School today, as part of this we will be having an airevac/life flight helicopter present to show the students.  Please do not be alarmed!

 

This week is Win-Win Week, a time to honor and remember those affected by cancer. There are several activities planned for the week. All proceeds will be given to a family already chosen in our community.

 

Activities during the week:

Student Council will have a penny drive all week.

Ms. Lee will auction her parking spot off to the highest bidder. Winner gets to park there for a week. 

PHS Cheer and PHS football have partnered to include:

Two Cancer Awareness trivia questions morning and afternoon each day for students on chromebooks with first correct answer receiving a gift certificate to be picked up in the office. 

 

Money jars for 7th-9th grade as one and 10th-12th grade as the other competing for collecting the most money with winners receiving pink cups with coupons for a free fountain drink from Handy’s. Also, if 7th-9th grade win they each receive a homework pass and if 10th-12th Win they each will receive an extra 15 minutes for lunch at Ms. Lee’s appointed date.

There will be a bake sale Thursday & Friday during lunch. 

Spirit ribbons with cancer ribbons attached will be sold for $1.

Kiss the goats under the lights Friday Night:

Four jars for money collections will be placed in the office with Cheer Coach Mrs. J or Counselor Mrs. Smith to kiss a football goat and Superintendent Mr. Cash or Coach McBride to 

kiss a cheerleader goat. 

Cheerleaders & players will work at a few area restaurants for tips and donations.....restaurants, times and dates will be announced.

Friday night at the game, Pink Jersey’s honoring cancer fighters worn by the Huskies will be auctioned off. 

$1 chances will be sold to throw a football through the Huskie paw for a liter of pop. Megaphones will be passed through the crowd for donations.

Spirit ribbons with cancer ribbon attached will be sold for $1.

All Cancer Fighters will be invited to ring the bell at the game Friday night!

Thanks so much in advance for everyone’s generosity and support in this families journey.

 

 

Nutrislice Menu Link

https://pawhuskadistrict.nutrislice.com/

 

 

 

 

 

Encouraging everyone to bring cans to home football games to support Pawhuska FFA's canned food drive.

Food drive

 

 

 

For information on Meningitis click here.

 

Indian Camp Bell Schedule

Our doors open at 7:45 for breakfast. 

Pre K drop off 8:10

k-2 Instruction time begins at 8:10

Breakfast for K-2 is 7:45-8:10

Breakfast for Pre K is 8:15

Lunch for Pre K is 10:55

Lunch for K is 11:05

Lunch for 1st is 11:15

Lunch for 2nd is 11:25

Dismissal for Pre K is 2:30

Dismissal for kindergarten is at 3:15

Dismissal for first and second grades is 3:20

 

The JH/HS Bell Schedule has changed. Please change on the school's website. 

 

1st Period      8:10 - 9:05

2nd Period     9:10 - 10:05

3rd Period     10:10 - 11:05

JH  4th Period     11:10 - 12:00

HS 4th Period      11:10 - 12:05

JH Lunch         12:00 - 12:25

JH Leap or Athletics   12:25 - 12:35

HS Lunch       12:05 - 12:35

5th Period      12:40 - 1:30

6th Period      1:35 - 2:25

7th Period       2:30 - 3:15

 

Elementary Bell Schedule – 8:05 first bell, dismissal 3:15 

 

The Parent Gradebook Portal will open to parents/gardians on September 12th.  Please click here for more info.

 

 

 

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2018 Yearbook are ready for pick up!  If you have ordered on please click Here.

 

 

We are extremely excited to announce that the Pawhuska Police Department has officially hired a dedicated, full-time police officer beginning this  school year for the Pawhuska Schools.

         Pawhuska native, Lori Hennessey, has been hired for this position. Many thanks to our City Manager Larry Eulert and the Pawhuska City Council for the addition of this valuable asset to our Department, Community and School. Welcome aboard Officer Hennessy, we are excited to have you as a part of our team.

Check out our 2018-2019 calendar! 

Click Here!

Attached is the document defining our Drug Policy Program & Steps of Action, adopted on May 9, 2016.

Click HERE

 

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Contact Information

Pawhuska Public Schools
1801 McKenzie
Pawhuska, Oklahoma 74056
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Phone: 918-287-1265 Ext. 5002
Fax: 918-287-4461