Impact Aid Forms

Impact Aid forms are being sent home on Monday, September 26th.  Please return them by Wednesday September 28th.      Many local school districts across the United States include within their boundaries parcels of land that are owned by the Federal Government or that have been removed from the local tax rolls by the Federal Government, including Indian lands. These school districts face special challenges — they must provide a quality education to the children living on the Indian and other Federal lands and meet the requirements of the Every Student Succeeds Act, while sometimes operating with less local revenue than is available to other school districts, because the Federal property is exempt from local property taxes.

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IMPORTANT: Free and Reduced Lunches Application Information

If a parent/guardian completes a free or reduced-price meal application in July or August 2022 and thatmeal application is approved for free or reduced-price meals, they will be eligible for Summer 2022 P-EBT benefits retroactively when pick-up files are sent to DHS in October. This will only apply toSummer 2022 benefits.

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UPDATED: School Lunch/Breakfast Menus for 2022-2023

The following links will provide you with the updated menus for each school: Elementary:  https://wilburtondiggers.org/elem-cafeteria/ Middle School/High School:  https://wilburtondiggers.org/mshs-cafeteria/ Menus will be updated once a month or changed as needed!

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T-MOBILE for Education : Free Hotspots for Qualifying Students

“Helping ensure internet access is not a barrier to a child’s education.  We launched Project 10Million as our commitment to close the digital divide by providing students with free internet, free mobile hotspots, and at-cost devices.” https://www.t-mobile.com/business/education/project-10-million?icid=TFB_TMO_P_20TENMM_RZ4GQQO6YK8J8LI7N21407

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WILBURTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS NEWS RELEASE

December 16, 2021
We have recently learned of a TikTok challenge that may take place on
Friday, December 17. It is our understanding that the challenge
encourages students to make threats of shootings, bomb threats and
violence against schools. These threats do not target any specific
school and there has not been any threats to any Latimer County School.
The Latimer County Sheriff’s Office, the Red Oak Police Department, the
Wilburton Police Department, and the Choctaw Nation Tribal Police are
aware of the social media challenge, and we are working with social
media outlets and schools directly. So, Friday December 17 you may see
increased security and law enforcement presence at schools. I employ
everyone not to overreact as there is no threats directed to our schools
at this time.
While we understand that this event is only a rumor, we also know that
social media is a powerful tool often used to influence others. It is
always important to remain vigilant when it involves these types of
threats and challenges.
Sheriff Adam Woodruff
Sheriff Adam Woodruff
Latimer County, Oklahoma
God, Family, Country (in that order)
“Then I heard the voice of the Lord saying, Whom shall I send? and who
will go for us? And I said , “Here am I, SEND ME”
Isaiah 6:8