Craig Wall , 10 days ago
Valliant Bulldog Football – 2020 – Summer Pride Summer Attendance Policy The health and safety our players is the most important factor in these trying times. We will still follow the social distancing guidelines to make sure we keep all our players as safe as possible. We are trying to make sure we stay on a constant plan to make sure we have a full season in the fall. All summer pride workouts will take place outside on the track and practice field. Players are to come dressed. Please bring your own water or water bottle. Please understand that these measures could change at any time. We all want ALL of our players to be able to compete at their fullest in the fall and these are the things that we need to do to make that happen. We will start at 7:00 sharp and be done by 8:30. -I want everyone to have a great summer and work hard but also enjoy some time off and time away. I will work with you to make this work as long as you communicate with me. -High School Football Players must work out at 7:00 a.m. – if you have a job arrange to start later. Summer Pride Program MONDAY/TUESDAY/THURSDAY 7:00 a.m. – High School Football Players. 8:15a.m. – All other Athletes Dates to Remember June 1– Summer Pride begins June 27- July 5– Weight room closed (Dead Week) July 27-28 – Weight room closed July 30-31Weight room OPEN August 3– Senior meeting 6:00 p.m. August 4– Team meeting 6:00 p.m. August 5-- First Day of School August 10– First day of practice 3:00pm Coach Taylor 918 839 1014view image
Craig Wall , 10 days ago
Valliant Bulldog Athletes and Parents, As we begin to look toward returning to play, beginning June 1 and continuing until June 15, the Athletic Department has adopted the recommendations with some modification as presented to the OSSAA Board last week. This will allow conditioning, and some sport specific training to begin. All participation is strictly voluntary due to Covid-19 concerns. There will be NO participation of MS Students until at least June 15. HS Coaches will begin contacting students with their specific plans later this week. This plan is subject to change at any time. The OSSAA Board is scheduled to meet in early June.view image
Craig Wall , 14 days ago
Valliant Parents, Students, and Friends, The people that work with me hear me say quite often, “it’s going to be ok.” I generally say that when it’s really important that we stay calm and not over react to a situation while we assess the best course of action. “It’s going to be ok.” Don’t panic, use your head, and we will get through this mess together. We have a little more than two months before school is scheduled to resume. Your principals, directors, and I have met often over the past few weeks to begin making plans for returning in August. Our objective is for our students and teachers to return to school like none of this ever happened. We want our school to be a safe and healthy environment for all our kids and have added plans to sanitize and disinfect more than ever before. We hope you will help us by teaching your children to wash their hands well and often. Unfortunately, social media is filled with misinformation. I encourage you to avoid as much of that as possible. It’s not productive and it in many cases is harmful. Our kids listen to our comments and they need us all to be positive and supportive. You also need to know that as we plan, we always try to take into account the “what if’s” so we can be prepared for whatever the situation might dictate. Your administrators, teachers, and support staff love our kids, and we want to ensure that they have a great school experience next year. In the meantime, let’s not worry about what might happen two months from now. I promise that we will not keep you in the dark as we move forward. We will work with our state and local entities and with other schools in our area to make the best decisions with the information we have. Those decisions will always be based on what is best for your kids and Valliant Schools. It’s a lot more than a hashtag, #weareValliant! Craig Wall, Superintendentview image
Craig Wall , 25 days ago
Congratulations to Gina Dansby! Mrs. Dansby has been selected as the 2019-20 Valliant School District Teacher of the Year! Mrs. Dansby will now be eligible to enter the Oklahoma State Teacher of the Year contest which will be named by Supt. Hofmeister later this year.view image
Event: ACT Test
Event: Act Test
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