SPECIAL ANNOUNCMENT! We have a fluent Pre-K Reader in the HOUSE! Miss Harlie States is reading books left and right! Way to Go Girl!
TES loves our BUCS! Take a look at all that orange and black!
Reminder THS/TMS Parents: Join us Thursday or Friday for Parent-Teacher Conferences! Thursday: 4pm to 7pm Friday: 8am to Noon No appointment is needed just check into the office when you get here!
THS/TMS parents: if you signed up to bring something to feed teachers and staff for Parent-Teacher conferences, don’t forget to drop off your item(s) at the school tomorrow afternoon by 2:30 pm and Friday morning by 7:30 am. Thanks so much!! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4BA8AB2FA1F8C52-45379189-tmsths
TES Students are CRAZY about Living a Drug Free Life! Here are our fantastic students with crazy hats or hair.
TES is blessed with some amazing parents! Thank you Brooke Bishop and Cabrey for bringing Baker's Table coffee, creamer, and sugar as a mid-morning pick me up! You are appreciated!
More Pajama day pictures at TES! We like to be silly too.
TES is DREAMING BIG in our Pajama's today!
A winner from each grade level was named for wearing the MOST red items! 5th Grade - Freemont DeLodge 4th Grade - Katie Case 3rd Grade - Kipton Grell 2nd Grade - Remington Moyer 1st Grade - Yesina Pando Kindergarten - Keslie Stokesberry Pre-K - Royalty Roy Congratulations to our winners!
More TES students wearing red!
Today we kick off Red Ribbon Week at TES with wearing red! All students did fantastic sporting their red items.
According to 70 OK Stat § 1210.194 (2022), any child afflicted with a contagious disease may be prohibited from attending a public, private, or parochial school until such time as they are free from the contagious disease. As of right now, TES has had two confirmed staff cases and one confirmed student case of scabies in 4th grade. All individuals have been treated and released. Once treatment begins, individuals are no longer contagious. If your child has signs of a rash, please keep them home tomorrow and seek medical attention. If students are sent to school with a rash, we will call for an explanation and/or for them to be picked up. Students may return with medical documentation that they do not have scabies and/or treatment has been started. These absences will be treated as excused. Janitorial staff have been busy over the weekend deep cleaning the school. Teachers and staff have been instructed to remain vigilant in cleaning their classrooms periodically and to look for signs of rash in students. Monday, October 23, Mr. Randall will be bringing over a pallet of Lysol wipes for anyone in the community who needs them for whatever reason. Again, we ask if your child has had any type of a rash, to keep them home tomorrow and get them medically evaluated. Don't just keep them at home. This will help keep other students and staff safe and will help rectify the situation. Thank you for your assistance in the matter.
Congratulations to The Pride of Tonkawa for receiving 1st Place in Class in the Preliminary Competition at Holdenville Blue & Gold Marching Classic. They placed in the top 12 bands of the day out of 19 that attended which qualified them to perform in the Finals where they tied for 8th place across all classes!!! Fantastic day of Marching Competition!
Our girls got the GPA award in 2A softball!
Be Kind to Your Mind, Live Drug Free! TES Red Ribbon Week 2023 is Mon. Oct. 23rd - Thurs. Oct. 26th. Here are the dress up days we will have to make the pledge to be drug free!
MH/HS will be observing Red Ribbon Week from Oct 23-Oct 26. This is a national call to action each year committed to raising awareness of the death and destruction caused by drugs in America. Dress up days are listed below.
District Awards for High School Softball