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Nowata's Back to School Night will be from 5:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, giving all students an opportunity to meet their teacher for the 2016-2017 school year.
This year, Nowata Elementary is excited to offer Pre-Kindergarten Round-Up from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on August 18-19. If you have enrolled your student in pre-kindergarten at Nowata Elementary, you will be issued a time to bring your student on either August 18, or August 19 at Back to School Night. Your student will attend Pre-K Round-Up during the assigned time with a parent/guardian. During this time your student will tour classes and the cafeteria, meet important school personnel and take part in academic screening.
Regular classes for pre-kindergarten will start on the third day of school, August 22. Pre-kindergarten is a critical and sensitive time for these beginning students and parents. Nowata Elementary will use Pre-K Round-Up to do the following:
Nowata Elementary's goal is to make the school experience positive for parents and students so they may continue toward success with confidence. By partnering with parents in pre-k, the school will be able to offer the early support families need to reach the goal.
Once your student has completed the activities of Pre-K Round-Up, they will be released to you. For information, call principal Tana Haas at 918-273-0771.
Chris Ann Truesdell has been chosen by her peers as Nowata Public School "Teacher of the Year". She has been employed as a teacher with Nowata School for eleven years and teaches Geometry and Algebra I. There will be a reception for her on Wednesday, May 11, at 3:30 p.m. in the high school library. Congratulations to Mrs. Truesdell.
The Beginning and Middle School Band combined together and competed at the Beggs Band Festival. The band sounded amazing and the judges thought so too. They received a Superior rating. Please congratulate our Nowata Middle School band students for a job well done.
Our 8th & 9th grade Academic Team placed third in state competition. Back row: Wyatt Beck, Kelsey Dobson, Kaleb Brown, Allison Albert Kaitlynn Freeman, Ouida Brady Front row: Rushell Herrera, Moshonie Rice
Steven Hunter recived his third consecutive Superior rating at the State Solo Ensemble Contest. This is the highest rating given by the state. Steven pesented a marimba solo.
Jacob Brown, along with his Tri-County Tech Robotics team, competed in Oklahoma City. He will attend Oklahoma State University on scholarship.
ANNOUNCEMENTS May 13, 2016 Students if you want your Driver’s license permit letter or to retake the 8 th grade reading test you must sign up on the door of Ms. Wilson’s office a week before you need it. I’m not always available the day you are going. If you will be 15 ½ during the summer you need to come and get it now. I do not work in the summer. . . .
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