Redskin football at Noble.
McLoud Youth Football and Cheer!!
McLoud Families, McLoud Public Schools offers its deepest condolences to the students, faculty, and families of Uvalde. This tragedy has once again put student safety at the forefront of our minds and has prompted us to closely examine our current practices as well as our district Crisis Management Plan. I met this morning with Assistant Chief of Police Kyle Webb and District Safety Manager, Joe Bob Ross. We will spend the summer reviewing our plans and adding additional safety measures to our district campuses. Teaching staff will receive specific training this fall prior to the start of students returning to school. We will coordinate this training with all local, county, and state agencies. I assure you we will take every precaution to keep your children safe. Sincerely, Mrs. Hockenbury
After a few busy days to reflect, I want to congratulate the class of 2022 again! They were a great group of kids and we wish them the very best as they begin to pursue their dreams!
Attention football players: SUMMER PRIDE begins June 6th! You can print and complete the flyer or one will be available to you when you arrive for training. We look forward to seeing you there!
Ladies and Gentlemen, the ceremony is about to start! The 2022 McLoud Graduation can be seen at this link: https://youtu.be/ZkBhfpN8fM4 Watch and support our 2022 Senior Class!
Doors will open to the public at 6:15 this evening for graduation!
Graduation day for MHS seniors!! Graduation will be live-streamed this evening at 7:00. Links will be posted later this evening when we go live! Check the live feed and school Facebook pages for links!
Workout for free! Check this out! Shawnee Planet Fitness!
Spring football with new head coach, Coleman Ramsey. Excited to see these guys hit the field this fall. Go Redskins!
JH Talent Show, 8th Grade Crossing Over and NWEA reward trip pics from this week. Please follow our page MJHREDSKINS for more pictures!
What a wrap!!! Redskin Fun Day was a huge success thanks to all and especially Ms. Filer and softball girls, Coach Harrison, Mrs. Aubert and all the others! Thanks to our STUCCO food truck and Mr. Tone's! Great send off to a great summer!
Here's to another year in the books! Visit the link to view this year's McLoud Graduate Parade. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/O2Fj0OkP_nE
Several members of the senior class found their way into my office yesterday and decided to prank the principal!
Caleb Hunter was selected as a member of the Class 4A All-Star 3200 Meter Relay team. The relay was competed Tuesday, May 17th at Meet of Champions held on the OBU campus. Caleb’s relay team came in first!
McLoud Family - Buses 7 and 11 will be running late this afternoon. Thank you.
Tomi Murdock with Alpha Delta Kappa presents senior, Destin Walker with a $500 scholarship. Congratulations, Destin!
SRO Wilkerson treated the 4th grade to ice cream for the end of year DARE celebration. We are so thankful for this program and SRO Wilkerson.
The McLoud School Foundation presented three $1,000 scholarships at the McLoud High School Academic Awards Program held on Tuesday, May 10, 2022. The following students were presented scholarships by the MSF President Austin Carroll: Novalee Faith Bishop, Taylor Lynn Kennedy and Mackynsie Marie McKedy. Each scholarship check will be awarded in the spring of 2023 after the student has successfully completed the fall semester at an accredited school of higher learning adn upon presentation of their fall transcript, with the check being paid directly to the school. In addition, the DeLaine Baxter Memorial Scholarship was presented to Jacob Claxton by Rusty Hall. This scholarship is being presented in honor of DeLaine Baxter who was a teacher, wrestling coach and principal at McLoud High School. The $3,000 scholarship, $1,500 per semester, is paid out at the end of the fall and spring semesters after presentation of transcripts. The Jo Worthen Memorial STEM Scholarship was presented to Taylor Lynn Kennedy by Megan Ellis. This scholarship is named in memory of McLoud graduate Jo Worthen and it is for $2,000 paid out over four semesters. It is awarded to a McLoud HS female senior who is pursuing a degree in a STEM related field. Jo worked as a journeyman electrician, and preventative maintenance specialist using ultrasound, thermography and data analysis for General Motors and then for OGE. The scholarship's goal is to help a student stay in higher education as she pursues her degree. The MSF was formed to provide yearly scholarships for graduating senior and to provide teacher grants. Donations to the McLoud School Foundation are tax deductible, as the organization has a 501(c)(3) designation. Donations can be mailed to : MSF, PO Box 802, McLoud, OK 74851 or on our website: www.mcloudschoolfoundation.org.
Beautiful 8th grade Crossing Over Program yesterday lead by Mr. and Mrs. Aubert.