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  November 2014  
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Welcome to our new website! Wynona School faculty and staff would love for you to explore the pages of our website. Click on the listed tabs or find your teacher or staff member in the directories. Teachers are working on new information such as class assignments and upcoming events to make the communication process with parents and caregivers much more convenient. If you should have questions about the site, please call us at 918-846-2467.
 This week marks the end of the first quarter.  There will be no school on Friday, October 10.  This day makes up for the evenings that the teachers did parent conferences.  There will also be no school next week for fall break (October 13 - 17).  We hope everyone has a restful break.  We have many fun things going on in October.  We will be hosting a Mom/son dance with a Halloween theme on Saturday, October 25, from 7 - 9 P.M. here at the school.  The cost is $20 for mom and one son, additional sons will be $10.  The cost will cover admission and pizza, dessert, and a drink.  This is a Halloween dress up dance.  Money may be turned in to the office at any time and a ticket for admission will be sent home at that time.  This dance will be open to surrounding communities as well.  We would welcome anyone who would like to share this fun time with their sons!  
     The Fall carnival will be 6:00 - 8:30 P.M. on Friday, October 24.  
     Red Ribbon Week will be October 23 - October 31.  We are planning to have our school resource officer, Officer Steve Talburt, and several reserve officers to visit our junior high and high school students, do a presentation,  and share lunch on Thursday, October 23.
      Our next PTO meeting is Tuesday, October 21, at 6:00 P.M.  We will be discussing our gifted/talented program, Title I program, Indian Ed program, and the sale of cookie dough and meat.  We invite all of our parents to attend!  Our students will have the opportunity to sell cookie dough and then meat during October.  The proceeds from these sales will be used to help our students and teachers do things that  are the extras.  This allows them to attend the Constantine Theater productions, take field trips, and do other extras.  We really appreciate the support of the community in these sales!  
      There are many things going on in October and then the basketball season will begin in November.  Basketball schedules will be available in the office for those who might need one.  Our community is very supportive of our many efforts and we are very grateful!