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Banner School

7th & 8th Graders - Enroll in MATH CORPS NOW!

Oklahoma Math Tutoring Corps ● Free high-dosage mathematics tutoring for Oklahoma students in grades 7, 8, & 9 ● 50-minute sessions, 3 times per week ● Students meet virtually in groups of 3 or 4 with a tutor ● Options to participate in one or both sessions: ○ September 19 - November 18, 2022 (9 week program) ○ January 8 - April 15, 2023 (12 week program, breaking for spring break)   STUDENT . . .

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Menu for August 15th - 19th

August Menu for 8/15 to 8/19 pdf

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APPLY NOW - Free and Reduced Meal Application

MEALS ARE NOT FREE THIS SCHOOL YEAR

Free school meals previously covered under COVID relief are NOT continuing this year.  Students who qualified for free and reduced meals based on their last year's application will continue to receive free or reduced meals until 9/23 or until a new application is processed, whichever comes first.  Students will be charged the full price of meals if no application is submitted and they did not qualify for free or reduced . . .

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2022 2023 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS

This year's school supply list has been posted under quick links for Banner School.  It is also attached here!     2022 2023 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS FOR PK-8TH GRADE

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About Banner School

Statutes and administrative rules pertaining to Banner School can be found on the OSDE website .  The financial information for Banner School can also be found on the  Oklahoma State Department of Education website.    Superintendent/ Principal - Michael Prior    Email Assistant Principal - Samantha Smith    Email Board Clerk/Treasurer - Cindy Manning Banner Public School . . .

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Flood Zone Maps and How it Effects Bus Stops

This is an image of our local flood zones. Please be aware that your students may need to make alternate arrangements to get to school in the event of flooding.  Students who live North of 50th Street will not have bus service if the roads are closed.  Typically people living in this area have to travel north and then east to the turnpike in order to navigate the flooded areas.  Students who live on roads that have water . . .

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