Job Opening: Elementary 4th Grade Teacher

Wilburton Elementary School is currently accepting application for a Fourth Grade Teacher.  Please complete application at wilburtondiggers.org and email application and resume to jacob.lowe@wilburtondiggers.org. Employment Opportunities

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Job Opening: Elementary Paraprofessional

Wilburton Elementary School is looking for a Paraprofessional to provide adult support to a small group of students or one-on-one with an individual student to assist the student in unique educational goals. Completed applications can be sent to Jacob Lowe at jacob.lowe@wilburtondiggers.org Employment Opportunities

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Job Opening: Assistant Football Coach (High School)

Wilburton High School is looking for an assistant HS Football coach (with possible coordinator duties). The teaching field is 6-12 History but other certifications would be considered. There are several second sport opportunities as well. Any interested person should send a resume, valid teaching certificate and a completed application to Athletic Directors Jeff Marshall at jeff.marshall@wilburtondiggers.org and Gary Lay at gary.lay@wilburtondiggers.org and MS Principal Kyle Vanderburg at kyle.vanderburg@wilburtondiggers.org Employment Opportunities

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On-Site Vaccine Clinic Through Pittsburg County Health Department

The Pittsburg County Health Department is offering an on-site COVID Vaccine Clinic for WPS.  The vaccine will be Pfizer and it will be available for students 16 and older, staff, student families, staff families, and community members.  Students must have signed consent.  If you would like to receive a Pfizer COVID Vaccine at WPS please contact the school nurse at (918) 465-7090.

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2021 Elementary Spring Music Presenations

Below you will find a selection of videos by the students of Wilburton Elementary School, made in the Spring of 2021. We proudly present: Americans WeA Celebration Of The People, By The People, For The PeopleBy Teresa JenningsPresented by Wilburton Elementary Schoolunder the direction of Sarah Fazekas Also, find a special presentation by the Wilburton Elementary School’s Pre-Kindergarten Class at the bottom of the video list!https://youtu.be/Bat1faPprWEhttps://youtu.be/a4WZ4NDOfsYhttps://youtu.be/5lEWNu6mYyQhttps://youtu.be/eZ_W_k87YAkhttps://youtu.be/Yktcj2aw6nchttps://youtu.be/dxWWj_dJaT4https://youtu.be/mChvHqptQOAhttps://youtu.be/UGhfz5hazAMhttps://youtu.be/KQRhLpsEyEU Pre-K Special Presentation

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Lawrence, Green recognized by Wilburton Kiwanis Club

Two seniors were recognized as Students of the Month for April by members of the Wilburton Kiwanis Club. The students were special guests during the club’s Wednesday, April 22 meeting held in the Student Life Center on the campus of Eastern Oklahoma State College. Allison Lawrence is the daughter of Julie and Jason Lawrence. She attends Wilburton High School where she is a member of the Wilburton FFA chapter and National Honors Society. She is a member of the FFA meats judging team and has been named to the Principal’s and Superintendent’s honor rolls. Lawrence enjoys kayaking, reading, and raising sheep. Upon  graduation she plans to attend Eastern Oklahoma State College and pursue a degree in agriculture meat science. Kobe Green is the son of Amanda Riggins and Jeremie Green. He attends Wilburton High School where he is a member of the Digger football, basketball, and track teams. His honors included being named “Student of the Month” and the Farm Bureau’s “Player of the Week” in football. Greens’ interests include playing basketball and football, hunting, fishing, and skating. He plans to attend Hastings College to play football and major in business management. From left, Allison Lawrence, Kobe Green.

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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