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Volume 1 • Issue 2 • December, 2009

The District Vision ..................................................................................................................................... 3 Lincoln PreSchool..................................................................................................................................... 4 Ellington Elementary .............................................................................................................................. 5 Stars Academy ............................................................................................................................................ 6 Teague Elementary.................................................................................................................................. 7 Central Intermediate Grade Center............................................................................................... 8 Wagoner Middle School ...................................................................................................................... 9 Wagoner High School .........................................................................................................................10 Wagoner Public Schools Calendar...............................................................................................11

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A LLetter etter ffrom rom tthe he S Superintendent… uperintendent… On behalf of the Wagoner Board of Education, faculty and staff, I would like to welcome you to the second edition of “My Magazine.” It is a goal of this district to continually communicate district and school site activities and instructional programs to the parents and community members of the Wagoner School District. My Magazine, a monthly publication, will be used to accomplish that goal. This project would not be possible if it were not for the businesses that purchased advertisements within this magazine. If at all possible, please support these businesses with your patronage. Wagoner Public Schools emphasize high standards, high expectations, and a strong academic curriculum. The faculty and staff at WPS believe that there is no higher calling than the education, care and well being of our young people and the reason is clear. Our students are our future. To be truly successful, the education process must be a partnership between schools, parents, students, and the community at large. Federal legislation has been put in place (No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)) to insure that communication between the school and community take place. It is so necessary that parents and the community play a vital role in as many school activities as possible. Information concerning district activities and events can be located on our district website (http://www.wagonerps.org), your son or daughter’s school website, the district calendar and school handbooks. These resources will provide guidelines that will help you and your student(s) meet the standards in academics, conduct, and co-curricular activities within the school district. In today’s times, our students must learn at the speed of life and continue to enhance their education throughout their professional career. The challenge is there for all of us and therefore we must use our talents wisely, be positive, and always give our very best. Making responsible decisions, with our children’s best interest at heart, will lay the foundation of excellence we want to establish in Wagoner. Thank you for letting WPS play an important role in your student’s development. If you have questions, please forward your questions to your child’s school or call the administration building. We always look forward to hearing from each of you. Sincerely, Sonny Bates, Superintendent

Hats Off To Our Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, and Donors Our teachers, administrators and counselors have contributed to the district being able to deliver quality learning opportunities during school budget cuts. They have actively pursued and received grants and donations.

A special thank you to the teachers and donors of Ellington Elementary School, William R. Teague Elementary School, Central Intermediate School, Wagoner Middle School and the S.T.A.R.S. Academy! We also want to thank the parents for your personal contributions and your Parent Teacher Association initiatives. The Donna Nigh Foundation has awarded a total of $6000. to Ellington Elementary, William R. Teague Elementary, and Central Intermediate for technology in the special education classrooms at these sites.

Ellington Parent-Teacher Resource Center Grant funded $500 worth of items to enhance the Parent Resource Center. Arvest Bank has donated $4,000. for classroom activities, school safety and playground upgrades.

$540 worth of materials to Ms. Lord’s classroom, $850 for Ms. Hodges’ classroom, $733.32 to Ms. Butler’s classroom, and $1,139.20 for Ms. Dietzel’s classroom. Ms. Lancaster has received $3,193.91 in funding for a ‘Just My Size Reading Corner’, ‘1st Grade in Motion’, and ‘What’s the Science to Learning Social Studies?’, ‘I Can Read, Write, Create!, ‘Do You Hear What I Hear?’, ‘Let’s Get Organized’. US Cellular has funded ‘1st Grade Publishing Press’ for Ms. Lancaster’s class and has given Ms. Hodges’ classroom $1200. Donors Choose Ms. Drake has received approximately $900 and Ms. Caughman has received $400.

William R. Teague Sylvan Dell Publishing awarded a grant to Penny Risley that funded a site license for Ebooks on line that is good for one year until the end of June 2010. It allows access to books online that pertain to reading, science and social studies.

Central WalMart has provided Wagoner t-shirts, Wagoner hats, $750 for the purchase of a United Streaming subscription, recycle bins, 200 mums and mulch for landscaping. Pepsi contributed $600 in Wal Mart gift cards. Parent-Teacher Resource Center Grant funded $750 worth of items for a Parent-Teacher Resource Center. Tri-B Nursery planted a tree for Red Ribbon Week.

Sonic has donated a rug to Mrs. Nail’s classroom,

First Bank and Trust has funded lunch for the Citizens of the Month. Simmons Drug, Wagoner Flower and Gifts, Bonnie’s Flowers, Jamaican Me Crazy, Owl Drug and Better Off Bronze provided Silent Auction Baskets. Donors Choose has allowed Ms. Cantrell to purchase $200 worth of reading materials.

Middle School Last year the WMS was selected as a recipient of the GearUp grant through the University of Oklahoma’s K20 Center. This grant focuses on 2008-2009 7th grade students and will follow them until graduation. The middle school received $25,000 for the 2008-2009 school year and an additional $25,000 for the 2009-2010 year. This grant money was utilized to purchase SMART Board systems for our core classrooms. In addition to the equipment, GearUp also offers professional development in order to gain the most benefit from our technology.

STARS Academy The STARS Academy has been awarded an Arts in Education grant funded by Oklahoma State Department of Education for $2500. The STARS Academy and the Wagoner Windtalkers, a school amateur radio club was awarded a ‘One Class at a Time Grant’ from Attorney Jeff Martin and Associates.


Volume 1 • Issue 2 • December December, 2009

Our school, students and stafff h have e had much to celebrate and be thankful ul ffor over the th past few weeks. Lincoln Preschool ool st students tudents ents a and teachers have been quite busy. They hey had d the t opportunity to visit Carmichael’s michael’s Pum mpkin Patch Pat atch ch Pumpkin in Bixby. While there e they got tto feed ed man many different farm animals mals and p pick out the their own small pumpkins.. Mrs. Ecker er and Mr Mrs. Simps Simpson’s classess participated in recreating recre ng a Native Ameri merican American Village outside tside side on ourr playground. pla . Their T students ents spent the t morning mornin mor planting plant nting corn, playing aying drums, counting unt fish, painting p on canvases es and nd listening listenin eni to sto en stories orie ies all while wearing g co costumes costu tumes es they t the had d mad made de in their classrooms. classro oom ooms oo ms. The e child cchildren hildren dre en learned l d that without the generosity enerosity ener ne erossity and an help p fr from rom the Native Americans Ameri icans can ca ns the t Pi Pilgrims might might not have survive survived ved during g th those tho hosse first veryy d diffi dif fficult years yea in America. Amerrica. November On nN Nove ve ember ber 11th th tthe he e studen students nts put on an n early mornin morning rning ass asse assembly assemb for fo loca local cal veterans. Itt was wa a very p patriotic iot and movin moving m ving program. One e veteran ve eteran ran was was overheard o ard rd d remarking remarkin emarking to the gentleman gentlem tleman man beside be eside eh him th that “this “ makes es it all worthwhile” wor hile” as the e children c pa paraded by them hem white and blue and an nd shaking their eir wearing red, wh hands. The he four yyear ar ol olds did an n amazing am a job honoring hono onoring g these individuals. divid Without Withou hou out the veteran’s eran’s valiant ant nt and an brave ve ef efforts effo we might mig not have many opportunities ve the man any opportun o rtunities es we o often take for granted. gra ranted. On November ovembe 20 0th the stud students dents in invited nvited family f members to come me to school scho hool an and eat a traditional onal Thanksgiving ksgiving g dinner d er with the them cooked by c b our school ol staff and d served ser by the th he classroom room teachers. Many, many y family fa y members me embers had the privilege of seeing seein the he little e ones dressed dres ressed d in their heir handm h handmade dmade e Nativ N Native tive American Americ rican regalia a while eating thiss delicio d delicious cious feast. school, Ourr scho sch hool, ool, our comm commu community y and our country alll have much to ce celeb celebrate ate a and an nd be thankful for. n fo It is i our hope h that th t you ttoo h have hav ave the opport opportunity portu to refl reflect ect ct on o your many ble bl blessings, e ng essings, ess gs which whic w we know includes es yyour our childre children, child en e ,o en, ourr sstudent students.

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All of Lincoln Preschool during the Veteran’s Day assembly. Left to Right: Jayden Pilant, Sullivan Kinkaide, Vernon Sullivan

Above: Mrs. Simpson, Olivia Walls, CJ Stamper, Eric Virgil and Lamarion Burton.

Below: Mrs. Ecker, Lydia Fears, Colton Asher and Ethan Brown.


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Mrs. Murphy, one of our first grade teachers, received the Hero award and a declaration from Mayor Jennings on Nov. 2, 2009 for her heroic act of saving a choking student on Oct. 22, 2009. Mrs. Murphy performed 33 compressions of the Heimlich maneuver and is credited with saving a life. We are so proud of you, Mrs. Murphy!!!

“Every Child......Every Day!!!” 601 SE 6th Street Wagoner, OK 74467 (918) 485-3692 School Website: www.wagonerps.or www.wagonerps.orgg Principal: Janet Dotson jdotson@wagonerps.orgg jdotson@wagonerps.or

Ellington Elementary was the recipient of the $4,000.00 Walton Family Grant through Arvest Bank. The grant will be used for school safety projects, classroom activities and school beautification projects.

Mrs. Drake’s class shares a patriotic song as we salute our Veteran’s during our Veteran’s Day Assembly.

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repr esen Tuls ted at th a Ru e n!!!

Calendar of Activities for Ellington n Elementary December 1 - PTA Meeting in the Gym @ 3:45 December 3 – Wagoner Christmas Parade @ 7:00 p.m. – Watch for the Ellington Float!!! December 7 – 11 – MOY DIBLES Testing Week December 8 – 11 – 1st Grade Christmass Programs - Please refer to o ourr webpage calendar for more details. December 17 – Perfect Attendance Bluebell Creameries Ice Cream Sundae Party! December 17 – Christmas Tree Decorating Contest Winner Announced from Arrowhead Mall December 18 – Christmas Parties @ 2:00 p.m.

We Love Our Custodians!!!

Pictured da re: Mrs mmons and are: Mrs. Charboneau Charboneau, Mrs Mrs. Em Emmons Mrs. Barnard – we are proud of you!!

Students and teachers contributed to a money tree gift for each custodian for Custodial Appreciation Month. Pictured are: Mary Lish and Tony Garrison.


Volume 1 • Issue 2 • December, 2009

We Got Spirit, How Bout You!

November: Jake SSvitak vvititak September: Kacey Bowman October: ctober: EElaina Smith Smith-Gonzales Gonzales

Students show off their Halloween Spirit!

On Oct. 12 and Oct. 14 the students of STARS Academy showed the students at Central Intermediate the meaning of “Lighting The Way” by Creating a program about the 2009 H1N1 virus and how prevention is the most important thing each and everyone of us can do to help stop the spread of this virus.

Students udentt s CCelebrating e le b rating Veteran’s DDay

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The 2009-2010 school year T has been an extremely busy and productive time for the students and nd staff at William R. Teague Elementary. Some of the projects that were completed in September and October are as follows: •

Fire Safety Trailer that taught the students safety rules to follow in case of a house or trailer fire. Plus our tornado and fire drills have been completed for the first nine week period. That is followed up with our Red Ribbon Week which was filled with a week full of dressing different each day, including an assembly with drug safety lecturer and ended with our annual Halloween parade and class parties. We also have a gun safety lesson and bullying lesson taught by our counselor, Cathy Ellison, and school based social worker, Teri Hoffman, which lets several students participate in a skit that is presented to all the classes.

We have Rise and Shine assemblies every two weeks which recognize birthdays and the students of the month. The students of the month go to Mazzio Pizza for free pizza and a drink.

Constitution Day was celebrated with each class doing a special lesson to honor the special event.

Our Rotary Club donated each 3rd grade student their own personal student dictionary.

The fall book fair has been completed and was a great success.

National Walk to School Day was observed by allowing our students and staff to walk around the walking track. Our school nurse, Monica Stuart, was here on October 23rd to oversee the administering of the H1N1 vaccine to more than 150 students.

Some of the activities and programs scheduled for November and December are as follows: •

Native American Story telling by Laurette Willis, which was a great success. The children listened and enjoyed all the stories told.

On November 12th we had our annual Fall Carnival, featuring food and several games with lots of good prizes including live gold fish.

We honored our Veterans with Freedom Week. All classes had special lessons for this day. Also, we had a special assembly featuring a slide show prepared by Jennifer Bradley, our art teacher and a special musical presentation presented by Brandon Bruce, our music teacher and the student body. Our students have also been writing and sending letters, along with Christmas cards to our troops. This is sponsored by The Blue Star Mothers.

Of course we all enjoyed our Thanksgiving Holiday break in November and we are looking forward to the Christmas Holiday break in December.


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Honoring Our Veterans

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Around the Block

Veterans Day Program

These students won their division of the 1st Annual

Punkin’ Chunkin’ Contest

Students o ft he Students of the Month! Month!

Student Council and Service Learning Experiences • Planted a tree donated by Tri-B Nursery in honor of Red Ribbon Week • Canned Food Drive for Wagoner Area Neighbors for Thanksgiving

CIS shows our appreciation to all individuals in the Military at the Veterans Day Parade.

Upcoming pc coming E Events vents th th December D De ece e ec cemb c ce emb em mbe m be be err 1 14 4th --16 -1 1 16 6th - CIS CIIS CI S Wa Walk-A-Thon WalkW allkk-Aalk a -A-Th -A -Thon Thon th December 15 - Christmas Play December 16th - StuCo ringing the Salvation Army Bell at WalMart December 18th – API Assembly January 4th – Report Cards distributed January 18th – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – No School January 25th & 26th – Prevent Blindness Screening

We know it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas….Why? Mrs. Yates Holiday Sweater Countdown begins!...Yes, she has a holiday sweater for every day of the week until Christmas and then some!


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A Visit from Miss Oklahoma

On October 27, Taylor Treat, Miss Oklahoma 2009, visited Wagoner Middle School. She spoke to students about self-esteem and saying “No” to drugs and alcohol. Miss Treat shared her personal story of success and failures to show the purpose of education in life. The assembly was part of the service-learning program in honor of Drug Free Week.

Parent Resource Center Help is here! WMS has free information in the office for any parent. There are numerous pamphlets available covering a variety of issues for students this age. In addition, we have self-help books covering several concerns associated with the Middle School ages. Please feel free to come by the WMS front office and take advantage of this opportunity.

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Christian Bradley with Miss Oklahoma, Taylor Treat.

PowerHour is a program offered before and after school for any WMS student. The program is funded by the 21st CCLC grant. Annie Renfrow is the lead teacher for middle school. The media center is open before school at 7:00 to do homework and receive tutoring. In the afternoon, students enjoy activities such as PE, Computer games, ping pong, yearbook, school newspaper, etc. Permission slips are available in the office.

Can Food Drive

Students kicked off the annual can food drive at the Bedlam Basketball Scrimmage on November 24. WMS Student Council will be collecting non-perishable food items until December 11. Each team will be competing to see who can donate the most food items. The winning team receives a pizza and movie party. All the food baskets are delivered to WMS families for the Christmas holidays. In addition to the donated items the student council purchase a holiday ham for each basket.

POWERHOUR

Jory Brumnett, Reiss Biby and Annie Bobo.

October November Students of the Month

Students of the Month

6A- Luke Falwell/Kallie Smith 6B-Aubri Thompson 7A-Brian Rosamond/Bailee Thomas 7B-Christian Bradley/Alondra Vermillion 8A-Jacob King/Kaylee Teague 8B-Ryan Nichols/Monique Clayton

6A- Ben Matthews/Avery Vann 6B-Jacob Mathews/Kaylee Johnson 7A-Preston Whitten/Sheridan Jones 7B-Jake Rankins/Amber Ivey 8A-Hadyn Ford/Shae Renner 8B-Wyat Grooms/Kenzi McFarland

Citizens of the Month

Citizens of the Month

6A- Jamesia Davis 6B-Grant Brown 7A-Roman Rodriguez 7B-Brodee Hudson 8A-Ryan Ward 8B-Shawntale Buttery

6A- Lantz Woodburn 6B-Kayla Kratz 7A-Tyanna Brumfield 7B-Harold Grady 8A-Brooklyn Swift 8B-Katherine Powell

Upcoming Events 12/2 2/2 12/3 12/5 12/8 12/9 12/10 12/11 12/17 12/18 12/21

P Picture ictu ict ic ture ture eR Retakes etta ak ke k es es Christmas Parade WMS Dance Vocal Concert Spanish Trip to Las Fuentes Band Concert Can Food Drive Ends Semester Tests (Even) Semester Tests (Odd) thru 1/1 Christmas Break!


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A sample l off th the b banners up ffor bid at Grad Night 2010. This one painted by Ashley Weeks, WHS Senior

Grad Night 2010 fundraising activities are currently being held to provide graduating seniors with a fun, drug and alcoholfree experience immediately following graduation ceremonies. One of these event is the purchasing of Grad Night banners at Wagoner’s Christmas concerts. Now through December 19, Grad Night banners are hanging in Wagoner Civic Center, where individuals may place bids in a silent auction for each of the sixteen banners. The banners have been creatively constructed using paint, appliqué, and other mediums. All Wagoner Public Schools, with the exception of Central Intermediate, are represented; students have participated in the creation of many of the banners. First United Methodist Preschool has also created a banner, as well as many talented individuals. Please come see all the beautiful banners, place a bid, and help support a worthy cause.

WHS

Calendar of Events December 2: SWAT Carnival, 6:30-8:30 p.m. December 4: Science Trip to NSU December 8: Vocal Christmas Concert December 10: Band Christmas Concert December 17/18: Semester Test

Wagoner High School’s Image Management Lab is funded through the State Department of CareerTech. The lab is the hub of all things multimedia associated with WHS. Image Management is the highest level computer class offered at WHS, with students being selected to enroll based on their prerequisite courses, teacher recommendation, and ability. Students are trained to storyboard, produce, edit, and finalize videos using Final Cut Pro software on iMac computers. In addition to fulfilling the state curriculum requirements, the students also produce a video yearbook and Senior Slide Show, which entails over 1500 pictures alone. They also film for all school functions, transfer tapes for the athletic department from analog to digital format, and are available for all schools in the district for their video needs. The class was also selected by Fox 23 as one of 10 schools to participate in the Fox 23 High School News Report, where the students produce a segment over our school to air on Fox 23 multiple times a year.

The picture shows members of the competition team holding past SCR awards. Across the front from the left: Sara Kruczek, Samantha Luster, Emory Brown, Renea Harper (holding certificate) and Madeline Mays. Across the back from Left: Christina Collins (KF5ABQ), Alissa Swisher (KE5ZDC), Lisa Melia, Augusta Clark (KE5ZDB), Wyatt Fulk, Hannah Haner (KE5ZDE), and Tyree Parker.

19-23 October, the Wagoner Windtalkers wireless radio club (FCC callsign WI5ND) participated in the fall 2009 School Club Roundup competition. The event is sponsored by the American Radio Relay League runs twice a year (October and February) and pits school clubs across the nation against one another to determine who can make the most two way radio contacts in a 24 hour period. Over the five days that the competition runs, no school can operate more than 6 hours in any given day. Not counting last week’s competition, Wagoner High School’s Windtalkers have won the Senior High School Division of the contest four times now, and the last three times consecutively. This time around the club exceeded its best previous results for an October SCR. They made contact with radio operators in 44 separate states, 25 different countries (including Anarctica, Kazakstan, Uzbekistan, Russia, and Nigeria) and with 32 other school clubs in the competition. Results of this latest effort will be available sometime after Christmas but club members are convinced they are in the running for their 5th national title. Most recently, the club was selected to receive the Fox 23 One Class at a Time $1000 grant, sponsored by attorney Jeff Martin. The club will use the money to buy parts for new antennas and to build their own equipment as well as to procure portable radios for use during community service work and to support the efforts of first reponders during a local crisis.


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