The McLoud Schools Foundation presented grants totaling $6,286.74 to seven teachers at the ECC today. We appreciate their support of our teachers and students so much!! Mrs. Stotts and Mrs. Nikkel of the foundation are pictured with the teachers: Amy Young, Leslie Lane Norwood, Mindy Love Smith, Felicia Hayes, Chrisanna Collinsworth Looney, Kami Baker, and Kena Utter.
McLoud high school baseball tournament scheduled for Thursday, March 29 has been canceled. A revised schedule will be posted later today.
Students that got all A's, no more than 2 tardies, and no unexcused absences got to go on a rewards trip to a trampoline park today. Good job students keep it up!
Sack lunches will be provided at the ECC Monday, April 2 for any McLoud Student wishing to get one. Hours will be from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. This service will continue as needed if a school stoppage occurs.
McLoud High School Juniors will be taking the ACT Test on Tuesday, April 3, 2018 even if a school stoppage occurs. Please be at school no later than 8 a.m. If you need transportation please call the High School. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Parent Information: School Stoppage
JH & HS baseball and soccer are cancelled today due to rain.
McLoud Jr. High wants to congratulate Leslie Bork for being selected as our Teacher of the Year! She is creative, hard-working and caring! She has what it takes to teach 8th grade Social Studies. Awesome job Mrs. Bork!
Show your support for public education this week!
Faculty vs Student basketball 2018
ECC students learned dental hygiene from Captain Supertooth today!
McLoud Public Schools
7th and 8th Baseball beats Dale! Way to go Redskins!!!
Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Cheer Squads!
Take what you need!
Faculty vs. Student Basketball Game 🏀
Thank you Citizen Potawatomi Nation for bringing out an Eagle for our students to experience today.
McLoud will hold a Title VI Indian Education Committee Meeting on Wednesday, March 28, 2018 at 3:30 p.m. at the Mcloud Schools Administration Building located at 113 N. Main. All parents are welcome.
A message from the superintendent, Mr. Steve Stanley: The Oklahoma Education Association, or OEA as we have come to know them, released information to the public calling for a teacher walk out and school closure that is scheduled for Monday, April 2 nd . According to the OEA, the walk out and subsequent school closure is a protest against the Oklahoma State Legislature for its refusal to provide Oklahoma public school teachers with a raise for over a decade along with its inadequate funding of public schools. All of us will be impacted by a teacher walk out. If the number of teachers who choose to walk out exceeds our ability to find substitute teachers, I will close school. I will do so each day that they are gone.
Daylight savings time is this weekend!