Chickasha Public Schools Summer Feeding Program at Lincoln Elementary & Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center
All students 18 years of age and younger are invited to eat a nutritious lunch at Lincoln Elementary or Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center throughout the summer. There is no cost to this meal. We hope your student can participate.
When: June 3-August 1, 2013 Monday-Thursday 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m.
We will be closed July 4th
The program is on a first come first served basis. We hope you can attend.
With a combined total of 211 years of teaching, we say FAREWELL to the following educators
Debra Warden (17 yrs), Lauren Ellis (11 years), Don Simer (21 years), Diana Carroll (24 years), Don Huston (16 years), Carolyn Grass (22 years), Carrie Chavers (18 years), Jyme Tiner (23 years), not pictured: Susan Osborn (29 years), and Francis Braziel (30 years).
Thank you for serving the students of Chickasha Public Schools!
Chickasha Middle School
Bill Wallace Early Childhood Center
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CONGRATULATIONS JOM SENIORS
The following Seniors were honored Thursday night at the Johnson O'Malley Annual Awards Banquet.
Good Luck~Eric Golightly, Marissa Moore, Ashley Hannah, and Dakota Goombi
DISTRICT TEACHER OF THE YEAR 2013-14
Mr. Wade Whatley
Mr. Wade Whatley graduated from Bray-Doyle High School and then received his B.S. Degree from Cameron University. Mr. Whatley began his teaching and coaching career at Guymon HS where he remained for 2 years before moving on to Nathan Hale HS in Tulsa. Mr. Whatley spent 1 year at Tulsa Hale teaching and coaching before accepting a position with Chickasha Public Schools. Mr. Whatley is in his third year as a 7th grade Geography Teacher at Chickasha Middle School. Besides teaching, Mr. Whatley coaches 7th grade football, H.S. football, and powerlifting. A lot of coaches are looked at as not being good classroom teachers but as his principal, I can attest differently. Mr. Whatley supersedes expectations in the classroom. He is constantly teaching his classes and never has down time. He forms a great rapport with his students which is essential in teaching students. His students are eager to go to class because they know that they will learn something new and that Mr. Whatley will make it exciting to learn. We are blessed to have a teacher of this caliber working here at Chickasha Middle School.
Fall 2012 South-Central Regional
Invest Ed winner
Kayla Branch, sophomore, and Tori Smith, junior, are both students in Mrs. Gallaway's Computer Usage class.
Both girls will receive an award and $250. Mrs. Gallaway, Kayla, and Tori achieved quite an accomplishment!
This semester, Invest Ed had 1,657 student participants and 6 winners!
Spring 2013 South-Central Regional
Invest Ed Winner
Central office hours 8:00- 4:00 Monday through Friday
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If you ever feel you may have missed a SchoolReach voice message or just want to check to be sure, you can dial our Message Retrieval Line. From whichever phone(s) you want to check for messages to, dial toll-free: 855-955-8500 and follow the prompts to hear any/all messages sent through SchoolReach over the last 30 days. Please contact the school if you suspect your phone number is not being called by the system or if you ever have a change of number.