News From Around the District

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Parent-Teacher Conferences and Fall Break

Due to parent-teacher conferences, students will not have school on Wednesday, October 17th. Fall Break lasts from Thursday, October 18th to Friday, October 19th. Classes resume on Monday, October 22nd. 




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Thursday: Tigers vs. Cardinals
On Thursday, October 18th, the PHS Tigers take on the Collinsville Cardinals. The game starts at 7pm. Come support Tiger Football!






PHS Softball State Tournament Schedule Update
Due to the weather, the softball games have been cancelled for today and have been rescheduled for next Wednesday, October 17th, 2018. The game will take place at the same time at the same field.

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Special Olympics Soccer Champions!
Congratulations to the White and Gold Pryor High School Special Olympics Unified Soccer teams for placing 1st and 2nd at the State Tournament! 












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Driver’s Education Through Simulation
By Jeffrey Neighbors
Nearly every high school student eagerly anticipates receiving their drivers license upon turning sixteen. This means the majority of these students will take drivers education, and for many students, it is a startling thing to begin driving a vehicle with little to no experience. However, through the helping hands of technology, students can now begin practicing anxiety-free via virtual simulation.




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Hope4Youth Mobile App
The Mayes County HOPE Coalition has created the MyVoice Anonymous Mobile Tip App. Available for download on Google Play and the App Store, this app is intended for parents and students to report crimes and safety concerns.




The Pryor Academic Excellence Foundation will be having a 5k to help fund grants for the benefit of Pryor students.





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Walking Wednesday
Mayes County Hope Coalition has joined over 150 Pryor Public School students in the Walking Wednesday program by introducing Walk to Work WednesdaysThe Hope Coalition is encouraging adults to join the walking movement by challenging family members, friends, and coworkers to walk to work. 

Walking Wednesdays became a major part of the daily schedule life due to student leadership at Pryor High School. High school students pair up with elementary schools to help young students get physical exercise by walking with them to school on Wednesday mornings. 

 




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Mayes County Drug Outreach Program
As a part of the Mayes County Drug Outreach Program, Pryor Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Dr. David Wilkins has partnered with Assistant Police Chief James Willyard, Advantage Drug Testing Owner Amy Gwartney, and Channel 6 News Anchor Lori Fulbright.








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Drive a Bus, Support the Tigers
Pryor Public Schools is seeking bus drivers to join the transportation team.  Interested applicants can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the Employment page. 


 

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