Mr. Vanderburg Completes Leadership Academy

Wilburton Middle School Principal Mr. Vanderburg recently completed the Emerging Leaders Academy.  Focus areas of the academy are Superintendent as CEO, Finance, Advocacy, and Communication.  Attendees of the academy go through 52 hours of professional development.  The Emerging Leaders Academy is sponsored by the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA) and the Oklahoma State School Boards Association (OSSBA).

#DiggerForward Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, JT Davis - Bended Knee Construction, and Councilwoman Jennifer Woods

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Mrs. Johnston's class enjoying our new playground toy that was donated by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma with the strong support of our Councilwoman Jennifer Woods.  We also would like to thank JT Davis of Bended Knee construction who volunteered his company's time to disassemble, relocate, and reassemble the unit.  We are so grateful to have a community so dedicated to our students.  #DiggerForward

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Help Wanted

Wilburton Schools is currently taking application for a maintenance position, applicant must be willing to obtain their bus license.  Applications can obtained at the Superintendent’s Office 1201 W Blair.

Curriculum Tournament of Champions Results

WHS students competed at the Curriculum Tournament of Champions last weekend at OKC.  Students who placed in the top ten were:

  • Stage Watkins - 2nd in Geography

  • Cheyenne Patzack - 2nd in Algebra I

  • Alejandro Cazares - 4th in Algebra I

  • Dylan Johnson - 6th in Current Events

  • Gavin Sockey - 5th in Algebra II

  • James McCabe - 5th in Algebra II

  • James McCabe - 7th in World History

  • Toni Clevenger - 4th in Accounting

  • Gilles Goddard - 6th in Calculus

  • Andrew Hawthorne - 7th in Anatomy & Psyiology

  • Andrew Hawthorne - 10th in Chemistry

  • Andrew Hawthorne - 6th Place Sophomore Scholar

NOTICE: No school Thursday or Friday, classes will resume Monday

Wilburton Public Schools will be closed Thursday, April 12, 2018 due to the fact that 61 % of our teachers have already notified their principals they will not be at school Tuesday and will be supporting the OK Teacher Walkout and the funding crisis in Oklahoma Public Education.

All extra-curricular activities will continue as scheduled.

The Ministerial Alliance will once again be providing the Supporting Teacher Walkout Bible School  at the First Baptist Church from 7:30 to 4:00 (Thursday only), and the school will be providing at the Church breakfast at 7:30 and lunch at 11:00 for any of our students whether in the Bible School or not.

There is no school Friday as per the original calendar.  There is no Supporting Teacher Walkout Bible School or meals provided on Friday because that day is not a school day.

Classes will resume Monday

The OK Department of Education announced today that the testing window has been extended a week.

NOTICE: No School Wednesday April 11, 2018

Wilburton Public Schools will be closed Wednesday, April 11, 2018 due to the fact that 61 % of our teachers have already notified their principals they will not be at school Tuesday and will be supporting the OK Teacher Walkout and the funding crisis in Oklahoma Public Education.

All extra-curricular activities will continue as scheduled.

The Ministerial Alliance will once again be providing the Supporting Teacher Walkout Bible School  at the First Baptist Church from 7:30 to 4:00, and the school will be providing at the Church breakfast at 7:30 and lunch at 11:00 for any of our students whether in the Bible School or not.

School closing is being evaluated on a daily basis, and the school calendar is being adjusted for the days missed.

The OK Department of Education announced today that the testing window has been extended a week.

NOTICE: No School Tuesday April 10, 2018

Wilburton Public Schools will be closed Tuesday, April 10, 2018 due to the fact that 61 % of our teachers have already notified their principals they will not be at school Tuesday and will be supporting the OK Teacher Walkout and the funding crisis in Oklahoma Public Education.

All extra-curricular activities will continue as scheduled.

The Ministerial Alliance will once again be providing the Supporting Teacher Walkout Bible School  at the First Baptist Church from 7:30 to 4:00, and the school will be providing at the Church breakfast at 7:30 and lunch at 11:00 for any of our students whether in the Bible School or not.

School closing is being evaluated on a daily basis, and the school calendar is being adjusted for the days missed.

The OK Department of Education announced today that the testing window has been extended a week.