August 6, 2019 Dear Parents and Guardians: In an effort to maintain a safe environment, I am writing to inform you that the normal traffic flow and parking patterns on our main campus will be disrupted for several months. Please read these instructions and use the map provided to help understand these changes. Pre-K-3 rd grade student drop-off: Cars will enter the . . .
Sperry Public Schools has been preparing for the 2019-2020 school year since the end of the 2018-2019 school year. As July draws to a close and August approaches, staff around the district are preparing each building for the new groups of students, teachers are getting classrooms ready for the first day of school, and the school supply list for Pre-Kindergarten through 5 th grade is on the school website . . .
Families interested in applying for free or reduced-price meals for children attending Sperry Public Schools should review the 2019-2020 Information Page and fill out the Sperry Schools 2019-2020 Household Application and return it to their child's site secretary or to any of the Child Nutrition staff. You can download the application and type the information directly into the form. Information is . . .
Sperry 6 th graders on the Middle School’s Academic Bowl team know a lot about a lot. These eight students are the representatives of the school’s 5 th /6 th Academic Bowl Division in the Oklahoma Junior Academic Bowl Association. They have used their knowledge of mathematics, language arts, literature, science, social studies, humanities, and the fine arts in games throughout the year. After . . .
The Sperry High School Band recently traveled to East Central University in Ada for the OSSAA State Concert Band Contest. Competing with 34 other bands from around the state, Sperry earned a Superior rating in both sight reading and stage. Competing in the 3A Division, Sperry was one of only five bands to earn Superior ratings in both categories. Because Sperry High School Band has had high ratings . . .
There is an old saying that the third time is a charm, and that may well have been exactly what went through Mrs. Danna Smart’s mind shortly after her classroom activities were interrupted by the Sperry Schools Board of Education President Jeff Carter, District Superintendent Dr. Brian Beagles, and the principals from each site. She most likely . . .
Sperry High School Football team members and coaches participated in a ceremony on February 19 where they were presented with their 2018 High School Football State Championship rings.
This AfternoonMostly sunny, with a high near 96. Heat index values as high as 106. South wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
TonightA 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms after 8pm. Cloudy, then gradual clearing toward daybreak, with a low around 78. South wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph.
SundayA 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms before 8am. Mostly sunny, with a high near 94. Heat index values as high as 106. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
Since February, Dr. Beagles has been giving monthly update reports to the Board of Education about students receiving breakfast at Sperry Elementary and Sperry Middle School through the Breakfast in the Classroom program. The program, serving students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade allows every student in those grades to receive a free breakfast at school. Through this program, students go to their regularly scheduled class at the start of the school day, and a count is taken of all the students who want to receive breakfast that morning. Breakfast in the Classroom is a national program designed to ensure all students are provided healthy breakfast choices to start their day, with each nutritionally balanced meal offering healthy choices and always include milk and/or juice. Sperry's Elementary and Middle Schools piloted the program throughout the second semester as part of a study of student participation, influence on instruction, and possible effect on student academic performance. The teacher performs regular duties while students eat their meal and begins the day's first lesson as usual. Students engage in . . .
In addition to view choices, the mobile view offers additional features like: A responsive design that adjusts to any display size Dynamic imagery with color and photos Collapsible navigation Language translation Search function Scrolling banners Calendar Highlights Polls Quick Links In August 2012, Pew Internet Research reported 45 percent of American adult cell phone owners have a smartphone. In addition, 25 percent of American adults own a tablet computer. Those numbers are expected to increase. Anticipating this, our website provider, SOCS, helped us get ready for the trend by providing a mobile view of our web site. SOCS , a leading web-hosting company, furnishes websites for school districts, hospitals, municipalities and other community non-profits. This service is provided by the Foundation for Educational Services, in Lincoln Nebraska. Source: http://pewinternet.org/Commentary/2012/February/Pew-Internet-Mobile.aspx