Letter to all Parents/Guardians of Henryetta Middle School
Due to an increase in safety procedures, students will no longer be able to enter the building in the morning through the gymnasium doors at the north end of the Middle School or any of the doors other than the front doors at the east end of the Middle School. We apologize for the inconvenience; however, for your child’s safety, we need to have only one entrance and one exit throughout the day. If you wish to drop off and pick up your student(s) at the west end of the High School you may do so. By doing this, your student(s) will have to walk the sidewalk in front of the High School after arrival or at the end of the day.
In addition, if you must pick up your child, please do so in the front office. At no time, will visitors be allowed past the Middle School office, unless approved by the principal. We will call your student up to the front, but access to the hallways will be limited.
The Middle School will also be making an effort to keep students in the classroom during their allotted instructional time. Bathroom breaks and office visits will be limited to between class only. If your child has a medical condition that requires frequent bathroom visits, please get written information to the office so we may provide that to the teachers. We are not without compassion, but the students need to notify the teacher in the event that they may be late so they will not receive detention. Please encourage your student(s) to hurry to class because when the tardy bell rings, the doors to the classrooms will be locked.
Thank you for your cooperation, and hopefully we can work together to provide a safer environment for our students. If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Wion at 918-652-6578.
Bradley C. Wion
Due to the fact that there is some confusion with our first letter, Henryetta Public School would like to make a point clear to our constituents. Public school choice is a component of No Child Left Behind (NCLB). Under this NCLB it offers a student enrolled in a Title I school the opportunity to transfer to a public school that has not been so identified. Should you secure transfer to another school district, please contact us concerning provisions for transportation. The following options may assist you in your search.
Dewar Public School
Morris Public School
Preston Public School
Yours in education,
Superintendent, Henryetta Public School
New Vaccine Requirement for 7th Graders this Fall
Students entering seventh grade this fall and beyond are required to have one dose of Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and acelluar pertussis vaccine) before the start of the 2011-12 school year or a parental request for exemption. This vaccine provides a booster dose of pertussis (for whooping cough) along with the tetanus and diphtheria booster (Td) and is recommended for children at 11- to 12-years-old. There is no grace period allowed for complying with this requirement except with military children from another state, who have 30 days from the date of enrollment to be immunized. For more information visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website <www.ok.gov/health/> or contact your health care provider or the county health department in your area.
For More Information, Contact: the Oklahoma State Department of Health
(405) 271-5600 or 1-800-522-0203
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