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Congratulations to the following students for placing in the Top 10 at the State Curriculum Contest:
3rd - Music Theory & History - Caleab Brown
3rd - Junior Scholar - Caleab Brown
3rd - Spanish 1 - Mahaylee Minor
5th - Anatomy & Physiology - Mahaylee Minor
5th - Freshmen Scholar - Devin Wilson
6th - Geography - Devin Wilson
7th - Algebra 1 - Devin Wilson
8th - Biology 1 - Devin Wilson
8th - Drawing - Laura Beth Humphrey
8th - 11th grade English Usage - Gracie Murrell
8th - Vocab - Caleab Brown
10th - 9th Grade English Usage - Priscilla Chen
State Qualifiers - Sam Colson, Dillon Busby
The Stigler Board of Education held a Special Meeting on March 30, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. in the Stigler High School Auditorium. Below are links to the agenda as well as both presentations used during the meeting.
Proposition Presentation - Prepared by Stephen H. McDonald & Associates
Congratulations to Gracie Murrell for winning second place in the on-site competition for Feature Writing at NSU Media Day.
Congratulations to Bethany Bryce for winning this year's Cookson Hills Electric Essay Contest. She has been awarded an all-expense paid trip to Washington D.C. as well as a $1,000 scholarship.
Congratulations to Bryce Turrentine for placing 3rd overall at the state powerlifting meet. Also, congratulations to the following students for placing in their division: Justin Geralds (13), Carson Gray (13), Caleb Smith (13), Dawson Jackson (13), and Ohmar Gayton (24).
Congratulations to the Stigler High School Froshmore Academic Team. The team placed second in this year's Math, Science, and Humanities competitions.
Back Row: Caleb Humphries, Lake McClary, Kelby Self, Peyton Henson, Nathaniel Shaffer, Brandon Ebling, Jaxson McAlvain, Parker McAlvain, Kaedon Cloud, Cameron Conrady, Jordan Dorris; Middle Row: Macie Hare (Sophomore Attendant), Adi Pacek (Senior Attendant), Madison Gilmore (Queen), Sadie Quick (Junior Attendant); Front Row: Jaxon Calhoun, Caden Shelton, Destiny Warren, Shauntey Hays, Riley Calhoun, Bethany Bryce, Paizley McConnell (Flower Girl), Sawyer Upton (Crown Bearer), Cali Parker, Saylor Thornton, Mattilyn Self, Jaylee Craig, and Jalen Cloud
Attention Seniors! The "Scholarship" link to the left is now active. Several scholarships have already been added. Other scholarships will be added once they have been provided to Mrs. Sloan.
Mrs. Amos' Forensics recently class had the opportunity to tour Haskell County Jail. Vance Nelms and Mike Buntin picked up the students in the transfer vehicle which is used to transport the inmates. Once there, they went through the process of being booked, including digital fingerprinting. From there, they toured the entire facility and saw the ins and outs of the jail. The tour ended with a walk through the yard and general public. This was an eye opening experience for all of us. Thank you, Mona Ellison and Tim Turner, for making this tour possible. A special thanks to our wonderful tour guides Mike Buntin, Vance Nelms, & Katrina Christy.
The above students were name Stigler Middle School Students of the Month for October. Pictured left to right is Kaden Risenhoover (5th); Seth Brown (6th); Sydney Shelton (7th); and Lakin Bass (8th). Congratulations to these students!
This year, the Stigler High School Web Team will be updating the website to better serve our students, parents, faculty, and community.
We will do our best to post any important announcements and links to information you may need throughout the year on this page. Each of the links on the left will become active as those individual pages are updated. Thank you for your patience!
Click here to view the Oklahoma State Department of Education A-F Report Card for our district.
The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) will begin this school year at Stigler Elementary School. What does it mean for our school?
What does it do?
This program allows schools located in low-income areas to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students. It also eliminates the burden of collecting househould applications to determine eligibility for school meal programs.
Who benefits? Everyone!
Access to free nutritious meals for all students, no stigma, and less time spent in cashier lines and more time to eat nutritious meals
No household application means less paperwork and no worries about lunch accounts
Streamlined meal service operation and more time for students to consume their food
Reduced paperwork and administrative costs, no need to track unpaid meal charges, improved program integrity, and more nourished students ready to learn and grow