The deadline for the Basketball "Brag" shirt has been extended through October 9th. Please have all forms and payment due at that time! Thanks !!!
Just a reminder that we will be in school tomorrow as we canceled the rest of the virtual days listed on the calendar. Have a blessed evening.
The medi-flight helicopter is landing at our ball field. This is not a school emergency. Just letting everyone know in advance.
Sorry for the continued interruptions. We are having to move district softball tournament to Friday beginning at 11:00 am. Our girls will play the 2nd game, which will begin as soon as possible after the end of the 1st game.
Update on district softball tournament. Wetumpka and Strother begin at 2:00 p.m. with our game to follow. Each game will start as quickly as we get the field ready.
Today's District Softball games have been moved back 1 hour. Wetumpka and Strother will play at 1pm with Stuart's game starting at 2:30pm. All other games will begin after the completion of the prior game and working the field.
If you have a quarantined student and need to place an order for your child’s school pictures you may call the office between 8-3 and pay by phone or you may come by and call and someone will meet you out front.
If you wish to order your child/children's school pictures please send the order form with payment by Friday, 9/25/2020. They did not take a class group photo so please do not include that into your payment amount. If your child did not take pictures this time they can participate in retakes on 10/21/2020.
Due to a positive COVID-19 test on a 4th grade student, we will have to quarantine our 4th grade class and our 3rd grade girls as they would have been in close contact during PE. There is no issue with any others as this student doesn't ride a bus and no one else would have been exposed. Also, if your 3rd grade girl or 4th grade student has siblings, please keep a close eye on them and if they have any symptoms, please keep them home and let us know in the office. Lessons for the next 2 weeks for the quarantined students will be online. All facilities have been sanitized.
Softball/Baseball Playoff shirt order forms were sent home with students today. If you wish to order one please send the form and payment back to the school tomorrow. We MUST have payment and order by 9 am on Monday to process your order. If you don't have a form contact the front office and we will get you one.
Just a reminder, we still have some yearbooks left from the 2019/2020 school year. If you did not purchase one but would like to, call or come by the front office. We only have 13 left so don't miss out!!!
With the feedback we received after our virtual day last Friday, we will be canceling the rest of the scheduled virtual days and students will be in class as usual. Thank you for your comments and cooperation on our virtual test day. We feel confident that we will be able to teach lessons virtually if we are forced to close due to the pandemic.
We have good news! As you may have heard, Oklahoma was recently approved to operate the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program. P-EBT replaces lost free or reduced-price school meal benefits due to school closures this spring. Families who were certified for free or reduced-price lunch and families in schools or districts that provided no-cost meals to all students will receive $250 in benefits per eligible child. Though families are not required to apply to receive P-EBT, outreach efforts are vitally important to ensure Oklahoma families are aware of this new program. Families will receive benefits one of two ways: SNAP and other current EBT households will have benefits automatically loaded onto their existing EBT card; or Non-SNAP/EBT households will receive a new EBT card automatically mailed to their home address. The envelope may not clearly indicate the contents. We created a web page (www.hungerfreeok.org/pebt) to serve as a point for information on this program. The page includes an overview of the program, frequently asked questions, and sample outreach text in English, Spanish, Burmese, and Zomi for your organization to use to help spread the word. Here are some links to the flyers: https://5il.co/kzae https://5il.co/kzaf https://5il.co/kzag
Good morning! Please start watching your mail for an EBT food card that the state of Oklahoma has granted to each child at Stuart school, since we feed all children for free. In the past, only children who qualified for free or reduced meals qualified for this benefit. We received the information this morning and are putting it on our school website and Facebook page. The card will probably come mailed in your child's name and be in a plain looking envelope. There are instructions included that will tell you how to activate the card. If you do not receive one for each child, use the information on the website to contact the state. Hope you have a blessed day!
Just a reminder that tomorrow is a virtual day. Students will be home learning online. Teachers of Lower elementary students have sent notes or messages to parents as to how they will conduct class. We encourage all students grades 6-12 to log on at 8:00 a.m. Also, all students are bringing breakfast and lunch for tomorrow home with them today. There are items that need refrigerated so please check with your child and put those items in the refrigerator. Please remember that tomorrow is a test day for our online learning. We know there will be issues and ask you to Help us by contacting us with problems you are having. Thank you and have a blessed day.
Parents, we are sending home economically disadvantaged forms for all students for whom we do not have one on file. It is imperative that we get those returned by Monday so we can continue to feed all students for free. Again, if your child has this form with them today, we do not have one for you on file. The information in them is kept confidential. Thank you for helping us with this matter. Have a blessed day!
JH and HS parents of baseball, softball and cross country athletes, fall sports pictures will be tomorrow, 9-8-20.
Just a reminder of parent teacher conferences this evening from 3 to 9:00 p.m. Also, Remember that all adults must wear mask and we will take your temperature at the door. We look forward to seeing you all tonight.
Friendly REMINDER: P/T conference is tomorrow, 9/3/2020 from 3-9 pm. We will have a table available for those of you who have not received the email for the enrollment activation or for those who have not been able to enroll their student(s) for other reasons. We appreciate everyone being patient with this new method of enrollment and we hope to have all the kinks worked out SOON. Please stop by so that we can get everyone's information updated to help this process along!
4-H Enrollment Night: Is your child interested in joining 4-H? Come visit with Mrs. Morse tomorrow 3-8pm in the Glass Door Computer Lab. Parent/Guardian must be present to enroll.
The JH & HS boys and girls basketball teams have joined together for a fantastic fundraiser. They will be doing a "brag" shirt. This will give parents/grandparents /fans the opportunity to "brag" on a T-shirt for the upcoming season and you sign your name to it. The link below shows what the fundraiser form looks like and you can also pick up a copy of this form in the front office if your basketball player did not bring one home. https://5il.co/ki0k
I just want to take some time to thank all parents and students for your patience and cooperation in starting this hectic and unusual school year. We appreciate your help in getting students to and from school so our buses are not overcrowded and for changing your schedules to help us train for virtual days. You are truly appreciated and we are Blessed to have you!
We will need to dismiss school Wednesday, August 26 at 12:15 for teacher training on distant learning. Buses will run 2 hours and 45 minutes early that afternoon. We will also be in school Friday, Aug 28 instead of doing a virtual day as we are still not ready to go pure virtual. We are sorry for this inconvenience, but we must prepare for being virtual if the state department of Ed closes schools down.
Lunch menu for 8/20/20: Pizza Corn Salad Fruit Milk Lunch menu for 8/21/20: Spaghetti Garlic Bread Green beans Salad Fruit Milk We will have a menu out on the school website Monday for the rest of August!
We understand that some of you have NOT received the email with the activation code for the online enrollment. IF you have NOT received the email please fill out this survey TODAY so that we can work on getting it fixed for you. If you have already received the email then disregard this survey. We apologize for any delay with this process. This survey will be the best way for us to get to you properly and work on getting this issue fixed. Thank you! https://forms.gle/xEZLGnfAUqMGXKxx7
All students will need to bring a set of inexpensive headphones/earbuds with a 3.5mm aux jack to keep at school for their computerized curriculum. We also suggest to bring a zip lock bag to put them in when not in use.
Stuart school will be resending the parent portal activation email link tomorrow on 8/18/20. This link will help you set up your parent account for your child's school records. If you have already received one of these activation emails and completed the steps to set up your account you may disregard this newest notification. You only need to do this once. Once you create this account this will allow you check on your students grades, classes, attendance, and complete their enrollment forms & submit them online. The link is temporary so please set it up as soon as possible.
Just a reminder, that our 1st day of school is this Thursday August 20th. First bell rings at 8:00a.m. We are encouraging all parents who are able to bring your children to school and pick them up at the end of the day if possible. If your child will be a bus rider, they must wear a face mask or similar covering to ride the bus to and from school daily.
The following link will take you to the Oklahoma State Department of Health Covid-19 Alert System. This, along with the number Stuart Public School District level positive cases will be used to determine whether we move to a Blended Learning* or Distance Learning Program*. * See our Distance Learning Plan in our Documents folder on our website for details about each program. https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/covid-19-alert-system
Just a reminder that we have moved the start date of school to Thursday August 20th. If at all possible, we ask that you bring your child to school.If not, we will maintain social distancing and students will wear a mask on the bus. Kiamichi Technology Center begins classes tomorrow, August 12th. The Career Tech bus will be by our school at 7:40 a.m. and return about 11:40 a.m. KTC strongly encourages students to begin class tomorrow even if the home school isn't in session. Instead of coming to the school, students may either drive themselves or have parents drop them off at KTC. KTC requires students to wear a mask on the bus and on their campus. Sophomore and Junior enrolment are Monday August 17 from 9a.m. until 2p.m.
Stuart public schools had an employee test positive for covid-19 today. This employee was at physicals Monday and at Enrollment Tuesday evening. We are canceling enrollment for this evening and tomorrow, as well as all athletic events for the remainder of this week, with next week's activities to be determined at a later time. The possibility of students being infected was very minimal as they did not spend enough time nor were they in close contact with the person. We are simply letting everyone know and taking precautions to make sure we keep our school family safe and healthy. It is in everyone's best interest to take temperature checks daily and monitor yourselves and your children for any other symptoms.
With Enrollment and baseball and softball practice under way, it is vitally important that any student or adult who does not feel well take precautions and avoid coming into contact with other students or staff. There are several schools who are canceling activities and even students and staff at other schools being hospitalized as we are starting to come back together. We must work together in order to be able to resume school on August 17th.
Reminder: SENIOR Enrollment starting from 9 am- 12 pm today in the cafeteria.
Please take the time to fill out the survey for enrollment purposes. We MUST have the primary guardian's email information for enrollment. PLEASE fill out the survey below so that we can email you information on how to enroll your student(s). List ALL students that you have one survey! https://forms.gle/BbdL7MpB9EYdyjBJ6
The Choctaw Nation is offering ways to help tribal members but you will need to apply online. The link below will show services offered and you can just scroll through them. https://www.choctawnation.com/covidrelief
Every Native American tribe has received CARES Act money. We have received information from the Choctaw nation and it is posted on our website and Facebook page. You may want to check with your tribe if you are a member and find out how they are allotting money to each student that is a tribal member.
Reminder that we will have 1/2 day in-service on August 3rd. Report by 8:00 a.m. and we will be gone by noon. We will have covid training among other things. We will discuss the other 2 and 1/2 days of professional days when we get there Monday.
Physicals will be Monday Aug 3rd. Bus drivers at 5:30pm, Girls from 6-7:30 pm. Boys start at 7:30 pm. All students playing JH or HS sports must have a physical.. Forms will be available on our school web site, or may be picked up beginning tomorrow. Please fill out the parent portion prior to arrival. Students who want to get their own may do so, but they need to be turned back in prior to beginning of season.
Enrollment dates are as follows: August 3rd - Pre-K ( 12-3 pm) August 4th - 9th Grade (5-8 pm) August 5th - 12th Grade (9 am- 12 pm) August 6th - 10th Grade (5-8 pm) August 7th - 11th Grade (9 am- 12 pm) All other grades (K - 8th) will enroll on either the parent portal online or on first day of classes. We will be mailing information on how you will complete the enrollment on the parent portal in the very near future. The following links will give information on the School Procedures and the Protocol for our upcoming school year. https://5il.co/iawa - Protocol for Area Schools https://5il.co/iaw6 - Covid - 19 School Procedures
After the board meeting last night, we have set our school start date for August 17th. Enrollment dates and the covid-19 plan for starting school will be listed on the website tomorrow.
We will offer Driver's Education starting on July 14th. Students must be 15 years old and be enrolled in high school. The fee is $300. If interested, please call the school by Thursday of this week to register your child. We are limited to six students, so call to reserve a spot as soon as possible.
The first link sent out had an error in one of the questions. I hope this link fixes the issue..... https://forms.gle/gNmUeHvYqsPoYxQh9 Again Thanks so much!!
Hello Hornet Families!! Please help Stuart School prepare for the upcoming school year by completing this survey:... https://forms.gle/t3wM7FC3RoJ93sMD7 Thanks so much!!
Good Morning from Mr. Rosenow. The Oklahoma State FFA is going to host a virtual camp on July 30-31 or Aug 1-2. If you are interested in signing up and watching FFA Alumni Camp virtually on a computer, then please let me know before Monday morning at 9 AM. I am going to pay your registration fee IF YOU ARE GOING TO PROMISE TO SIT AND WATCH IT. It is for students who have completed 8th grade and above. Shoot me an email at MRosenow@stuart.k12.ok.us or text me or call school and leave a message.
Just a reminder that we still have several gallons of 2% milk to give away. It was donated to us by a Food Service in McAlester to give to our patrons. The expiration date is July 1st. The doors will be open tomorrow from 8 to 3 if you would like some.
Stuart school has 45 1/2 gallon jugs of 2% milk to give away. The expiration date is July 1, 2020. It will be given away on a first-come first-serve basis, beginning Tuesday June 21st from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.
For all of those who do not have tickets to the 8th grade graduation, it will be live streamed on our Facebook page at 7:30 p.m. Have a great day.
For all of those who do not have tickets to the Senior graduation tonight, we will be streaming it live on the Stuart School Facebook page!
Yearbooks are in so if you have ordered one or would like to order one you can come by the office Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 8 am to 3 pm to pick them up!!
Beginning Tuesday June 2nd through Thursday June 4th, and each Tuesday through Thursday of the following weeks in June, you may pick up personal items from student lockers. The doors are open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. Please maintain social distancing while in the building. Thank you and have a great weekend!
Dear parents of 8th grade and Senior graduates. We realize that limiting tickets to 10 may cause some family members to be short. We also realize that some people may not need all 10 of their tickets. If you do not need all 10 of your tickets, or if any graduate plans on not attending, Please let us know at school so we can Lottery them out to families who might need more. If you need more, please let us know that as well. The office is staffed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 8 a.m. to 3 pm. Thank you for your help with this matter.
Anyone who bought prom tickets may get their money returned when picking up personal items from Student lockers. Also, if you rented a tux from Mark Emmons, get in touch with his studio for refunds.
Yearbooks are on sale now. They are $35 each and should be in on June 3rd. After June 1st, we will be allowing parents to pick up personal items from student lockers. You may purchase your yearbooks then. We are able to take credit cards either in person or over the phone for a $1 surcharge.
We know that this is a challenging time for students—staying home from school away from friends is a significant change in their routine that can make them feel disconnected. Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma is fortunate to be able to continue offering the same quality programming to girls, volunteers, and families virtually for at-home enrichment experiences. I invite students to stay connected with our new "Girl Scouts at Home" catalog at gseok.org/athome! We have added virtual badge activities, programs, and resources for girls and families to engage with from home. These are all available to the public for free—no Girl Scout membership necessary. At Girl Scouts, girls grow their academic success, develop new talents, and explore their passions. By promoting skills like critical thinking, problem solving, and collaboration, Girl Scouts sets girls up for powerful futures. Partnering with Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma means providing a high quality, girl-centered, and girl-led experience for tomorrow’s leaders and change-makers right at your very own school. Please visit our Girl Scouts’ Academic Edge tool to review results on success girls achieve with Girl Scouts: https://www.whygirlscouts.org/academic-edge/p/1
Next week, May 11th through 15th, is our last scheduled week of school. On Tuesday, May 12th through Thursday May 14th, there will be a Dropbox outside so all packet work can be dropped off. Also, Friday, May 15th will be our last day to deliver meals. Grade cards will be mailed out the following week. If senior transcripts or diplomas are needed before the graduation ceremony, please contact the school to set up a time to pick them up. There is someone in the office on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 8 a.m. until 3 pm. Each graduating senior and 8th grader will be mailed 10 tickets for family to come to the graduation ceremony. All information about graduation is posted on our website and Facebook page. Thank you and stay healthy!
All 8th graders raised money to pay for their cap and gown. They are available for pickup Monday,Tuesday, Thursday 8 til 3.
To maintain the health of our Alumni, the decision has been made to cancel the 2020 Stuart Alumni Banquet. Thank you for your understanding & we look forward to seeing everyone next year!
Stuart school has set graduation dates as follows. Seniors, Friday, June 12th, at 7:30 p.m. on the baseball field and eighth-grade on Tuesday, June 16th at 7:30 p.m. on the baseball field. Please visit www.stuart.k12.ok.us or our school Facebook page to see the full details.
Even though our facilities are closed to the public, with the possibility of severe weather, our safe room will be open this evening All we ask is that you maintain social distancing, wear a face mask, and do not bring pets. We hope you all stay safe!
ATTENTION 8th Grade and Senior Parents.... Mrs. Clark is needing to schedule your cap and gown pics ASAP. You will need to make arrangements to go by the school and pick up your cap and gown. Pics will be the week of May 4-8 at Mark Emmons studio. She will need to know which day and time that you prefer TODAY in order to get you on their schedule. You will need to go through her in order to schedule these pictures! Please text or call her and let her know at 918-424-5742. Thank you!!!!!
The Choctaw Nation has provided a list of internet providers who may be able to assist in your area with internet capabilities. Pandemic Response Internet Provider Information: https://www.choctawnation.com/covid-19-internet-providers
ACCESS FROM AT&T... Now more than ever, it's important to have access to the Internet to stay in‑touch with family, friends, work, and school. That's why AT&T will continue to offer affordable ways to connect. There is NO annual commitment, NO deposit, NO installation fee and NO charge for an in‑home Wi‑Fi ® capable modem. Follow the link below to see if your family qualifies for this program. https://www.att.com/shop/internet/access/index.html?source=ECmj0000000000mbU&wtExtndSource=access#!/#%2F
After the covid-19 restrictions are over, we will have a graduation ceremony. If you owe a bill for your cap/gown and announcements, you need to call the school to find out your balance and either pay online or pay here at school. If you have not ordered a cap and gown, then you need to do that also. Again, we will have a graduation ceremony as soon as the covid-19 restrictions are lifted.
All seniors wishing to enroll for college for the fall 2020 semester should contact Mrs. Blasengame at school on either Mondays, Tuesdays or Thursdays from 8 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. to indicate their college selection. Check out "Counselor's Corner"on our website for college enrollment dates and information.
If your child is using IXL for their home curriculum, you will notice that all stats have been cleared. This will allow all students to go back and review concepts they had previously covered.
We are working on building teacher pages for our online learning students. We hope to have all of them up and going by Monday morning. When you go to our web page you can click "menu" then scroll down to the "Teacher Resources for Online Learning" section and there you will be able to select your child's teacher and view the assignments they have listed. If your child does not know their IXL or Study Island username or password you may call the office and we will get that information for you.
Distance Learning Letter 4-3-2020 Dear Stuart Parents, Guardians, and Students, Stuart School wants to thank all of you for being patient during the past couple of weeks while we were receiving the expectations, recommendations, and guidelines from the Oklahoma State Department of Education regarding the construction of our district’s Distance Learning Plan. The goals of our Distance Learning Plan are (1.)To provide our families with materials that will review pertinent material covered throughout the year and to allow students to cover additional material that would have been covered in their traditional classroom if we were to have been able to remain in school the rest of the academic year. (2.) Allow our students to either maintain the grade they had in each of their classes at the end of the 3rd 9 weeks grading period, or possibly raise their grade by successfully completing sufficient work during the last few weeks of the school year. Students will either work online or will be given paper and pencil assignments to meet the criteria of our district’s Distance Learning Plan. Online students will need to utilize the following web resources to cover the suggested material for their classes: www.studyisland.com HS students should log in with their Stuart school username and password. Elementary students can have their parents create a FREE account for them by using the link provided on our school app. *you may contact Stuart school if you need your child’s login information. www.ixl.com Both Elementary and HS students can login using their Stuart school username and password to access their grade level courses *you may contact Stuart school if you need your child’s login information. www.abcmouse.com Elementary students in grades Pre-K through 8 can have their parents create a FREE account for them by using the link provided on our school app. ***Be sure to check our school website for specific assignments in study island & ixl from Mr. Homer, Mrs. Clark, & other teachers. Recommended work schedule for students completing online studies: Students are expected to complete 3 topics/Lessons of 20 questions minimum in each of their core subject areas (Ex. Math, Reading/ELA, Science, Social Studies) weekly for a minimum of 60 questions per subject per week on their school Study Island or IXL accounts. Recommended work schedule for students completing paper and pencil work: Students are expected to complete a minimum of 3-4 worksheets/assignments/bookwork in each of their core subject areas (Ex. Math, Reading/ELA, Science, Social Studies) weekly for a minimum of 60 questions per subject per week. Some worksheets may not have 20 questions so just strive for the 60 questions per subject per week.) . Students will be given a manila folder to return completed work/assignments. Do not return any books or unused portions of workbooks. Just return the completed assignments. Any additional materials can be used during the summer to work with your children or they can be thrown away as the books are being cycled out this school year. Online work and Paper/Pencil assignments are due on May 12th. We understand this is a trying and stressful time and parents, now, more than ever, we need your help. Please be involved in your child’s lessons. Please reach out to our teachers for help. All teachers will be available for parents & students to contact regarding questions associated with their assignments. We know online and over-the-phone help is not the same as sitting face to face with a teacher, but we must do the best we can and make the most out of the situation we are in. Please contact Stuart school if you do not have a contact number for your child’s teacher. Together we are stronger and we know that we will persevere!
Since the public libraries are closed and checking out a physical book isn’t possible, here is an alternative. The Internet Archive website https://archive.org/ has over 20 million of downloadable books and texts available for free. There is also a collection of over a million modern e-books that can be borrowed by anyone with a free archive.org account. You can create an account at https://archive.org/account/login and borrow a book for 14 days. You may read the books online in your browser or download them into Adobe Digital Editions, which is a software program used for reading e-books on a variety of different devices. For more information, go to the FAQ page that is available at https://help.archive.org/hc/en-us.
Below is a link to access COVID-19 FAQs issued by the OSDE.... https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/OKSDE/bulletins/2845d5e
Beginning this Friday, April 3rd, grades pre-k through four, along with students for all other grades who do not have connectivity to the internet or a device to do online work will need to pick up student work from 8 a.m. until 2 pm. We ask that you drive up and we will bring out their work. Please stay in your vehicles and stay in line. We are allowing no entrance into the school to protect our cafeteria staff who are providing meals for students. We are only giving work at this time. Upon the CDC giving the all clear, we will choose a date this summer for people to come get their child's belongings from their classroom or locker and we will schedule prom and graduation ceremonies at that time. Thank you for your cooperation and all of your prayers!
On the News page on our website we have listed some links from the OSDE for our Teachers and Parents. Please go on and look at these as they have some very good information.
By the end of next week, Stuart school will be contacting parents to schedule times to come pick up items from students lockers. Any students who do not have connectivity will also have packaged work that parents can pick up at that time. Please do not bring students with you when you come to pick these items up. Again, these times will be scheduled as we cannot have numerous people at the school. Thank you for your help and prayers during this time.
The link below contains updated information from the OSDE.... https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/OKSDE/bulletins/2836d68
Click on the link below for more OSDE information.... https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/OKSDE/bulletins/282d191
Please follow the link provided for the Stuart School letter to Parent Regarding distant learning instructions and end of year information. https://5il.co/e5uj
Parents we urge you to PLEASE fill out the survey and also PLEASE be sure to list your child's name even if you are not interested. We have received a few that do not list names, this information is important to us!
We would like to get everyone's input on this survey. We ask that ALL parents fill this out so that we can have accurate information. If you do not have internet please call the main office between 8:30 am and 11:30 am and we will help you with the survey. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd0WhqFPdaJFIC9xwvHYw8y2iKlrkOgPz8nuYWOvf4BpX8-6g/viewform?usp=sf_link
After day 1 of delivering meals, we have discovered we need to change a few things to help with safety of both our staff and our patrons. In order to avoid dogs and from having to touch door knobs or Gates, we ask that you meet us at the vehicle when we pull up. We will honk and our vehicle will be a marked Stuart School vehicle. It will either be a four-door Ford pick up that says Stuart FFA on the door or it will be a light brown Ford Crown Victoria car with driver's ed signs on the front and sides. Thank you for helping us make meal delivery as safe as possible for everyone involved.
If you are interested in school lunches and breakfast for your children during the school closure, please call the school between 8:30 and 10 this morning so we can get a finalized list. We will have curbside pick-up or delivery if you need it delivered for your children .
FFA members, parents, and FFA supporters: This came from the State FFA Executive Secretary The Governor issued an Executive Order 2020-08 declaring an emergency caused by the impending threat of COVID-19 to the people of this State and the public’s peace, health, and safety. To ensure we are being proactive to address this impending threat, tough decisions are having to be made everywhere, and the same goes for us in the FFA world. No easy way to break the news. So, let’s just get to it: State FFA Interscholastics for all non-national qualifying CDE/LDE events for 2020 will be canceled. This includes the following: • Agricultural Education • Animal Science Quiz Bowl • Electricity • Entomology • Freshman Agriscience Quiz Bowl • Homesite Judging (National Contest Canceled) • Land Judging (National Contest Canceled) • Soil and Water Conservation • Rangeland Judging (National Contest Canceled) • Turfgrass Management The rest of the contests are postponed and will remain pending. This includes all region, area and state public speaking, parliamentary procedure, agriscience fair, and star contests. None of these events will happen in-person until after the Center for Disease Control guidelines allow. We are evaluating the ability to conduct these virtually, where applicable. More details to follow. Now on to convention. In accordance with the CDC guidelines the determination has been made to cancel the annual state FFA convention on the original dates of April 28-29. We are currently in the process of looking into the possibility of a pared-down event at the Cox Convention Center or another venue in late May or early June. Obviously, many variables will go into making the decision on whether that happens. If we are unable to hold an event in the summer, we will elect state officers digitally and pass out awards at agricultural instructors’ area meetings. Planning a convention of this size and scope requires a lot of planning with hotels, presenters, and staff. Many who require deposits well in advance. In the event of a complete cancelation, we will refund when and where we can. We will start with reimbursing all Expo Booth exhibitors immediately. The State Board of Education voted March 16 for all accredited public schools to cease operations to include all instructional services, grading and extracurricular activities, staff development, trainings or conferences, but essential clerical and administrative activities such as business management, nutrition services, maintenance may continue. Please be sure that during this time that your chapter is neither hosting nor attending an extracurricular event unless approved by your local administration. This is a difficult letter to write. I am devastated for the state officer team and FFA members across the state, who I know have put in months of preparation and intense work. But the safety and security of students, educators and staff is a top priority. Difficult times for all. Thanks in advance for your patience and understanding. Keep your heads up, and press on.
As per state board of education, we will have no meeting of teachers of any kind until April 6th. For the next 10 school days, you cannot gather for professional development, staff meetings, Etc. All administrators, secretaries, custodians, building and grounds maintenance, and kitchen staff will meet Monday morning at 8:30 am. We will review our survey numbers to determine what lunches we will provide for students, clean the building and grounds, and discuss our plan of action regarding work hours.
In order to serve our students meals during this mandatory shut down we need some information from you. Please fill out the attached survey so we can plan our routes and the number of meals we would need to prepare daily. Please respond by 9 am Monday, March 23rd. Thanks in advance for your response. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6-M0xoKsX1W8RKRi17ixDdtCHlIGBmhvq5h0OcmfLAhQr2A/viewform?usp=sf_link
Prom has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date. At this time we do not know the exact date or time but will get all info out to you as soon as we know. If you ordered a tuxedo from Mark Emmons, they have your information and will have the tuxes ready at the time of the rescheduled Prom at no additional charge to you. We are sorry for the inconvenience that this has caused.
Good afternoon. After watching the press conference with Governor Stitt yesterday and sitting in a webinar with the State Superintendent of Public Instruction today, it is suggested that we do not cancel school unless the Coronavirus spreads through community transmission. Community transmission is defined as "two people in areas of 800,000 have coronavirus that are not connected to travel or through personal contact with a known case." (This is roughly the population of Tulsa.) Please look at our website or at the CDC website and follow the guidelines for travel. It will tell who must self quarantine upon return and places where travel is restricted. If you plan on traveling outside our state or country on spring break, please look at those guidelines carefully. It is still determined that keeping your hands clean, maintaining social distance from others, and the cleaning surfaces with disinfectant are the best ways to prevent the spread of this virus. Thank you for your time and I hope you all have a wonderful spring break!
A little after 1pm today, Governor Stitt, State Superintendent Hoffmeister, the head of the Ok Health Department and a Dr. from the medical Board gave a press conference. You can see it by typing the following in your web browser. rdm.me/MgxoZsf68l They said to continue school and continue working, just use normal precautions such as keeping 6 ft away from others, washing hands regularly, drinking plenty of water and covering sneezes and coughs. You should refrain from shaking hands and other close personal contact. Again, we are upping our efforts to sanitize water fountains, door knobs, restrooms, computers and desks. If your child has a fever, we ask that you keep them home as you would with any other virus. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
It is always our goal to provide a safe and healthy environment at school. With the World Health Organization declaring the COVID-19 "Coronovirus" outbreak a pandemic, Stuart Schools will be increasing our efforts at sanitizing our building and keeping you informed of best practices for prevention of not only the Coronavirus, but also viruses that can be transmitted through personal contact. We do not believe that people should live their lives in fear, but we do believe we should be prepared in the event the worse happens. To protect our students, community, patrons , and our staff, we ask that anyone with flu-like symptoms stay home. We will work with students on absences and have their work ready to make up if they are sick. On our website is the current information ( current at time of print as it changes daily) regarding travel, self-quarantine, and general precautions to take in the event you have been exposed or become exposed. Travel restrictions have been handed down from the White House and the CDC has a list of countries that require self-quarantine if you have been there, Please look at these resources as we have posted them in our DOCUMENTS on our site and we will try to keep you informed on the status of this Pandemic as it relates to our school.
Spring Sports Picture order forms have been sent home but the date has been changed. Sports pictures will be on MARCH 31ST!!
Prom Ticket money is due by Friday, March 13th. Tickets are $20 for single or $30 for couples. Prom will be March 21, 2020 from 7 pm - 10 pm and pictures will begin @ 6:30.
Congratulations to our Stuart Hornet boys basketball team for an excellent season! We played a very tough Arapaho-Butler team in the state semifinals today and just came up short. Thank you for giving 100% effort and heart all season and for giving our fans hours of exciting basketball! Athletic seasons come and go, but Hornet Pride lasts forever!
If you are missing the game in person tonight feel free to watch it LIVE with this link... https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/ossaa/gam59e1145a85utm_source=braze_automation&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Clell%20Wade%20Event%20Alert
If you are interested in seeing our Boys off to the State Tournament tomorrow, 3/5/2020, the bus will be leaving the school at noon with an escort from the Fire Department! We welcome ALL to come show your support!
Just a reminder that we will not have school this Friday, March 6.
The Boys Basketball team will be staying at the Country Inn and Suites (airport) at 2415 S. Meridian Ave. in OKC. 405.605.8300. Anyone wanting to book a hotel room there can tell them you are "Stuart Hornet Fans" and receive a discounted room rate. (They are using this instead of a block number.) The team is staying Thursday and Friday night.
I would like to give a big shout out to our PTO for the signcade for the front drive! Thank you all for helping us be the best we can be and for supporting our children and teachers!
Our Boys Basketball Team qualified for the State Tournament in Oklahoma City! They will play Thursday night at 8:30pm at the State Fair Arena. When they win, they will play at 1:30 pm Friday at the State Fair Arena. Therefore, we will dismiss school on Friday, March 6. We will be in school on Thursday since they play late that night. We hope you can all come out to cheer our Hornets to Victory! If you are interested in purchasing a State Playoff T-shirt, either call the school to order with a credit card, or come by to pay with cash before 9am in the morning as we must order by that time to get the shirts in by Thursday morning. GO HORNETS!
Our Stuart Hornet Boys Basketball Team just defeated the Davenport Bulldogs 58 - 53 in an overtime thriller! They will play again tomorrow night at 8 pm in the Mvskoke Dome in Okmulgee. They will play the loser of the Kiowa-Calumet game that plays at 8pm tonight. We hope you all can come out and cheer our hornets on to State!
We will be taking 9-12 grade students who need a tuxedo for prom to Mark Emmons on March 3rd. Students who plan on going will need to bring $80-$90 deposit and will also need to bring lunch money.
Division Winners for the Murray State College Scholastic Meet: Braelyn Blasengame- 2nd place in Algebra II & 5th in General Biology Zayne Clark- 5th American Government Jared McIntosh- 1st in American History Mattie Bain- 3rd in Child Development Geralyn Haney- 5th in Expository Writing Caston Ridenour- 4th in General Science Zack Clark- 5th in Accounting Josiah Schmitt- 4th in Geometry and 3rd in Computer Fundamentals Caden Hull- 5th in Chemistry & 5th in Vocabulary Shelby Howell- 5th in English Literature Jimmy Reeves- 2nd in Oklahoma Wildlife Identification Taron Stone- 5th in Art Drawing Laney Whitfield- 2nd in World History Overall Winners Jared McIntosh- 8th in American History Mattie Bain- 10th in Child Development Josiah Schmitt- 7th in Geometry Geralyn Haney- 4th in Oklahoma History Jimmy Reeves- 7th in Oklahoma Wildlife Identification Caston Ridenour- 5th in Algebra I
There will be a Parent/ Teacher Conference today from 3:30 - 8:00 pm. We will also be having an appreciation dinner for parents and staff!
Just a reminder: SPRING PICTURES are tomorrow 2/25/2020. We are also doing FFA week and tomorrow will be Farmer Day, so IF your child decides to dress up for "Farmer Day" you may want to send them extra clothes for pictures.
Division Winners from the East Central Inter-Scholastic Meet: Braelyn Blasengame 3rd place in Algebra II Ashley Mieritz 2nd place in Calculus Linda Zummer 4th place in Calculus Elizabeth Watkins 3rd place in Clothing & textiles Haley Zummer 4th place in Creative Writing Mattie Bain 1st place in Family Relations & Child Guidance Geralyn Haney 2nd place in Food & Nutrition Linda Zummer 1st place in French first year Emma Crawford 3rd place in French first year Marti Ayats 1st place in French second year Dylan McPhetridge 2nd place in General Business Josiah Schmitt 1st place in Geometry Brayden Barton 1st place in Graphic Design Ryan McNully 2nd place in Legal Studies Taran Stone 3rd place in Microsoft Excel Dylan Sanford 2nd place Microsoft Word Travis Grinell 1st place in Persuasive Role Play Caston Ridenour 5th place in Physical Science Caden Hull 4th place in Physics Linda Zummer 3rd place in Principals of Management Heather Starry 4th place in Psychology Jace Puckett 2nd place in Russian first year Braden Kerns 4th place in Russian first year Haley Zummer 4th place in Shakespeare Zayne Clark 5th place in Spanish 2nd year Jarred McIntosh 2nd place in Wellness
Just a reminder that we are out of school on Monday for Presidents Day. I hope you all have a wonderful Valentine's Day weekend!
FYI... the Department of Transportation has put a new stop sign up between the school and the Church of Christ. Anyone coming from downtown to the school must stop. The only traffic that does not stop is the traffic on 31A highway coming from the East. It is now a three-way stop and it is not marked very well so please be careful.
Feb 10th LiL Stingers Basketball PK-2nd @ Calvin 5:00 Calvin K vs Stuart PK/K 5:25 Calvin K vs Moss K 5:50 Moss K vs Stuart PK/K 6:15 Calvin 1/2 Girls vs Stuart 1/2 Girls 6:40 Calvin 1/2 Girls vs Moss 1/2 Girls 7:05 Moss 1/2 Girls vs Stuart 1/2 Girls 7:30 Calvin 1/2 Boys vs Moss 1/2 Boys 7:55 Moss 1/2 Boys vs Stuart 1/2 Boys 8:20 Calvin 1/2 Boys vs Stuart 1/2 Boys
Good morning and I hope you all had a great weekend! This message is to ask for your help. In order to maintain safety, we ask that you not pass in front of the school when loading or unloading students, nor park for periods of time under our awning. Thank you for your part in helping to keep our students safe.
PEC testing for the Junior class will be 2/25/2020 at 1:15 in Mrs. Clark's classroom.
Just a reminder that the basketball playoff t-shirt orders are due by noon today. If you wish to order and can't stop by, we are able to take credit card orders by phone. Thank you.
With all of The Weather Channels calling for ice and snow tomorrow, we are canceling school tomorrow. We will keep you informed about Thursday.
Special Olympics Basketball Games. 2/12/2020 in Idabel OK Buses leave @ 7:45 a.m.
There will be NO JH Ballgame tomorrow 01/21/2020. It has been CANCELED!
The Special Olympics Team will be going to Norman to compete in the State Finals on Thursday 01/09/2020. They will be leaving that day @ 2 p.m. and will be returning the evening of the 11th. GO HORNETS !!!
Just sending out a heartfelt thank you to all the parents, family and community members who came out to support our kids in their Christmas program tonight! Our students did an excellent job! We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and a blessed New Year!
If you are interested in ordering Stuart Hornet gear we have listed a link where you can go to purchase some things. This is NOT a fundraiser, nor is the school profiting off of this at all but we wanted to let you know this option is available: https://stuartathletics.itemorder.com/sale?fbclid=IwAR2Xje36r2vQwpURqt2NasvFu95VIA0r_L9prldOYAw2nf6Gk8X6cXXxURw
The book fair will end tomorrow, Friday December 13th. It's not too late to get last minute Christmas books for your children. We would also like to say thank you to those who have participated this far!
Just a reminder that our high school boys will play first in tonight's games as Butner is having homecoming. Game time is 6:30 at Butner.
Just a reminder that tomorrow will be the last day for the book fair in the library. It will be open from 7:30 to Noon, 12/13/2019.
The Book Fair is Here!! It will be set up in the Library all week. ! Monday- Thursday 7:30-3:00 Friday 7:30-12:00
Tomorrow's games at Calvin will begin at 12:45 p.m. with the third and fourth grade girls game. The third and fourth grade teams will return to school and ride the bus home in the afternoon. The 5th and 6th grade teams will begin around 2:30 p.m. and will return to school around 3:30pm. The 7th and 8th grade play at 4pm and their bus will return Monday evening around 6pm.
Notice to students who participated in Mrs. Lindley's Dance Camp, the game they were scheduled to perform at tomorrow night, December 3rd has been moved to December 19th. So they will perform their dance on December 19th at half time of the boys game. We will still have Dance Camp as scheduled to day after school. Sorry for any inconvenience.
REMINDER: Thanksgiving Break begins tomorrow, 11/22/19. We will NOT be in school tomorrow, 11/22/19. We will be returning on 12/2/19! We hope everyone has a Wonderful Thanksgiving Break!!!!
Moss School has canceled the Elementary games ( 3rd-6th grades) scheduled with us for 11/20/2019. We have picked up Dewar to play us that day but it is ONLY for the 5th & 6th grades. Games will start at 10 a.m. on 11/20/2019.
Kindergarten RADA fundraiser order forms are due tomorrow November 12th.
Our Veteran's Day program is tomorrow at 12:30 in the gymnasium. Everyone is welcome. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to wear red white and blue as we honor our veterans.
Reminder: Tomorrow, the 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade classes will be going to the Philharmonic in OKC. They will be leaving first hour and returning before school let’s out.
Just a reminder that all winter sports and clubs and organization pictures will be tomorrow.
Reminder: “ Walk for a cure” donations are due by Wednesday. $5 donation to participate.
The Sports and Organization pictures along with retakes have been postponed for today and rescheduled for Friday 11/1/2019.
Report cards will be sent home today. Be sure to check them as some teachers require them to be signed and turned back in. Also a reminder that tomorrow is Sports and Organization pictures. We will also offer retakes for fall pictures tomorrow for those who missed or didn't like their original picture. IF your child wishes for retakes because they didn't like the first ones there is a $5 due at time of pictures.
Reminder that grades 3 through 12 basketball team pictures are this Thursday, October 24th.
Our 5th-6th grade girls play tonight at 7:15pm at Justice. Bus leaves at 5:30pm. Tomorrow, the 3rd-4th grade girls play at 11:45 and the 3rd-4th boys at 12:15. They will return to school before school is out. The 5th-6th boys play tomorrow night at 8pm. The bus will leave school at 6:30pm. for those who need a ride.
We have a change in plans for 3rd and 4th grade basketball today. They will be back to ride the bus home today. 5th and 6th grade will not as they play after school. All students will be bused to and from Justice and the third and fourth grade will be back to school to ride the bus home this afternoon.
Just a reminder that today is the last day that students are able to wear shorts and open-toed shoes or flip-flops. They may continue to do so after spring break. Thank you and have a great fall break!
REMINDER: The school carnival will be tomorrow, 10-15-2019 from 6:00 pm until 9:30 pm. The carnival will take place as usual unless it rains. In the case of it raining we will bring the carnival indoors. Also the Literary Pumpkins will be auctioned at 8:00 pm. Please take the time to vote for your favorite pumpkin!!
Just a REMINDER, the Choctaw Nation will be at the school Monday, 10/14/2019 from 9 am until 12 pm giving flu shots. If you want your child to receive the shot make sure you have your permission slip turned in.
The 3rd & 4th Girls, 3rd & 4th Boys, and 5th & 6th Boys will be leaving school at 2:30 . 3rd & 4th Girls will play at 3:45, 3rd & 4th Boys will play at 4:30 and the 5th & 6th Boys will play at 6.
The link that was originally posted was entered wrong. If you wish to order online here is the correct link. Remember today at noon is the deadline. Http://link.entourageyearbooks.com/view_account.asp?l=2711F0C6-4B22-8-Ff0-971DE8161EFC
The final deadline for 2018/2019 Yearbook sales will be today by noon. If you wish to order but have not please do so as supplies will be limited. Thank you
Our 5th and 6th Grade Hornets play Basketball in the Hartshorn Tourney tomorrow with the girls playing at 11:30 and the boys at 12:15. If they win, they will play in the Championship Thursday with the girls game at 5:15 and the boys at 6:00pm. The 3rd and 4th Grade teams play in the championship Thursday with the girls game starting at 3:45 and the boys at 4:30pm.
We will be extending the Yearbook orders through Wednesday 10/9/2019. If you want to order one and have not turned in your form please do so before next Wednesday.
The 3rd - 6th grade Basketball bus, Monday 10/7/2019,will not be back from the games before the route buses leave. The bus should arrive back at the school around 3:30, so students need to make arrangements to be picked up @ that time if not going with parents from the game.
The Elementary Basketball games that were scheduled for Thursday, 10/3/2019 have been canceled.
Our Lady Hornets softball team will be playing in the Regional Tournament at Morrison on Thursday at 1pm. We will be cancelling school on Thursday as we have over 20 staff and several students who wish to attend and because it is a 2 1/2 hour trip to Morrison. If we have a minimum of 20 students in grades 7-12 who want to ride a fan bus, we will take one. Admission to the games is $5 and students would need money for concessions as well as meals. The bus could be back as late as 10pm that evening. Students will need to sign up for the fan bus tomorrow. Space is a first come first serve basis as seats are limited.
REMINDER... Parents yearbook pictures are tomorrow, 10/2/2019. Please be sure your child is here if at all possible. Also remember the year book pre-order deadline is 10/3/2019. If you need a form to order contact the office. You can also pay by credit card with the website link: http://link.entourageyearbooks.com/viewaccount.asp?=2711F0C6-FC6C-4B22-8FF0-971DE8161EFC SOFTBALL REGIONAL TOURNAMENT will be October 3-4 at Morrison High School.
High School Softball will play tomorrow at McCurtain at 5:30pm.
Yearbook pictures will be next Wednesday 10-2-2019. Please be sure that your child is here if at all possible.
Our Stuart Hornets Baseball fell short in their bid to win a Class A District Championship yesterday. We are very proud of their accomplishments this season and want to thank all those who come out to support them! Go Hornets!
The 4th and 5th graders will leave at 7:30 a.m. for their field trip. Lunch will be provided but they will need to eat breakfast at home.
Stuart Lady Hornets are District Champs! Defeated Weleetka 13-2, Wetumpka 10-6 and 18-0. Thanks to all those who came out to support our Lady Hornets!
The 2018/2019 Yearbooks are now available to pre-order. We will be accepting cash, check, and credit card. If you do not wish to pay by cash or check, the link to go to is, http://link.entourageyearbooks.com/view_account.asp?l=2711F0C6-FC6C-4B22-8FF0-971DE8161EFC. We will also post this link on our website in the news section. This link is the ONLY way to pay by card! If you wish to pay by check or cash please come by the school to take care of this. We will be sending an order form home with the kids tomorrow. The last day to pre order is 10/3/2019.
We will be selling ads for senior students this year. The seniors will be bringing home a letter today explaining the details. Please feel free to contact the office with any questions.
We will be sending fall sports pictures home with the kids today!!
HS baseball will start at 430 today
There will be no JH baseball game today. McCurtain did not have enough players to play.. Sorry for any inconvenience.
Last call for Playoff T-Shirt orders! Shirts have the girls and boys names & #'s on back. Contact the main office by 11:00 a.m. if you would like to place an order. No extra quantities will be available.
Hornet Softball & Baseball Playoff Roster T-Shirt orders are due by 9:00 a.m. Monday morning. The cost is $15 sizes YM-AXL & $17 for sizes 2X- 4X. Contact Stuart School to place your order. Order yours today & show off your Hornet Pride!
The Stuart softball tournament is on. Clayton was unable to make it, so games will begin at 12 with our lady Hornets playing at 2:40.
JH and HS Softball cancelled for today. Our Tournament for tomorrow is still on.
The Baseball games today at Moss have been pushed back to 4:30 today. JH will start @ 4:30 followed by HS.
The escapee has been apprehended. We are resuming as normal!
Stuart School outer doors will stay locked today as there is an escapee from Jackie Brannon Correctional Center. For entrance push the button to the left of the main entry.
The ASVAB Exam is scheduled for ALL Juniors tomorrow (9-18-19) at 8:30. Any Senior who would like to retake the ASVAB to raise their score is welcome to test as well. 11th graders who attend KTC will be excused to take the exam.
We still have some fall baseball tournament shirts left. If anyone didn't get a chance to buy one or is interested in buying one we will sell them for $10.
Updated schedule for this week for baseball: Tues: HS @ Earlsboro @ 4:30. V/JV (if they can find umpires). JH @ Stonewall @ 4:30 Thurs: HS @ Latta @ 4:30 V/JV Fri: JH/ HS @ Moss @ 4:30 Sat: HS @ Tishomingo vs Varnum @ 11:00 just Varsity
HS Softball vs Hugo at Durant festival, 1pm today. Tomorrow the Lady Hornets play Madill at 1pm and Poteau at 4pm in the Durant Fedtival. Stuart Hornet Baseball is hosting their tournament. We play Ripley at 6pm on the Semi Finals. Tomorrows games start at 3pm.
Due to Blue and Gold not getting us on the delivery schedule, the meat will not be delivered until September 25th. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. If you have any questions, please call Mr. Rosenow.
To anyone who ordered Baseball Tournament T-shirts for this week we have them in and will be sending them home with your kids today! Thanks to all who ordered and for all the support!!
We have tournament bracket in the front office for the High School boys fall baseball tournament that is starting Thursday 9-12-19!! Feel free to come by and grab one!!
ATTENTION STUART HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS AND PARENTS!!! Here are some dates to know since my Senior babies tend to forget to bring home information! Lol. Tuesday October 8: Josten’s rep will be here to measure for cap & gowns and give information on announcements if you would like to purchase them through them. Wednesday October 9: We will be loading up the kiddos on the bus and taking them for Senior Panel pics. They will need to bring $ (I will post the amount got the sitting fee as soon as I get confirmation Mark Emmons) for their sitting fee and money for a quick lunch before we come back to school. October 14: Money for cap & gown due as well as any deposit you owe for announcements if you order them Also! Our Carnival booths this year will be the Bingo and Cake Walk. Seniors will need to bring 2-3 baked good apiece for the cake walk and we need to be getting donations gathered for Bingo! I also let the kiddos know what they owed in class dues money today. If you have any questions about the amount please feel free to call me at school or message me here! Please feel free to tag and share just in case all of the parents can’t see this! ❤️ - Ms. Way (LaVarnway)
Don’t forget the High School Cross County Team is selling short and long sleeve T-Shirts to offset the cost of meals and meet fees! The sale ends Friday Sept 13. $15 for a short sleeve and $18 for a long sleeve (add $2 for anything above an XL). Please see Coach LaVarnway or an XC runner for an order form!!
4-H meetings will be the 2nd Wednesday of every month. Tomorrow's meeting will be last period only. Starting October 9th, meetings will be last period continuing through 4:30.
Don't forget... students in grades 9-12 can sign up for the Chad Cargill ACT workshop on 9/11/19. $30 fee per student - Make checks payable to Stuart School. $ due Tuesday, Sept. 10th. Sign up with Mrs. Blasengame.
Stuart FFA ice cream social is Tuesday night from 5:30-7:00 in the school cafeteria. Everyone welcome to attend!!
Our Stuart School App is now available. Go to the App Store and download Stuart School District free app.
Just a reminder, there will be NO school Monday, September 2nd.
We have Elementary, Junior High, and High School Basketball schedules in the front office! If you are coming to the Parent Teacher Conference feel free to come in and grab one!
All FFA meat orders and money are due to Mr. Rosenow on Thursday August 29th.
There will be NO JH or HS baseball games tomorrow. HS will play a 3 way in Tupelo Friday. Stuart will play against Kiowa at 5 pm and then against Tupelo at 7 pm..
Just a reminder that we will have Parent / Teacher Conference tomorrow 8/29/2019 from 3 pm to 9 pm.
Todays JH game at Atoka has been canceled. Stringtown does not have enough JH players to play. The HS games have been moved to Stuart today and will start @ 4:30. Will play Varsity and JV.
Stuart FFA is selling their Blue and Gold, T&D, and Fresh Country meat products, if no one has asked you to buy anything and you would like to order please call me at 918-546-2474 Ext. 106. Orders are due this Thursday Aug. 29th
Kiowa JH Tournament is cancelled for this weekend. It has been moved to September 6 & 7. It will be the same bracket and the same times. Sorry for any inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding.!
(FFA members only) FFA Back to School bash Tuesday night from 6-8 pm at the park. Hamburgers, hotdogs, chips, drinks, volleyball, cornhole, horseshoes!! Come and get to know other students in FFA.. hope to see you there!!!
Thank you for your patience with our website and new School app. We have been in meetings with the production company and are getting much closer to both being fully functional. Once we are, you will get phone messages, emails and push notifications on the app that you can download for free. We will keep you updated on our progress.
Baseball and softball games today!!! GO HORNETS...
Excited to see what this year holds for the Stuart FFA chapter as we kick off a new year tomorrow
Welcome Back Hornets!🐝
Welcome back students and families!
Learning about our new app! This is going to be great!