Parents and students, We will be making a change to our meal service over the next several days. We will be serving hotdogs on Thursday and will be serving "Ready to Eat" pre-packaged meals beginning next week. All meals meet USDA nutrition requirements. While this is not ideal, we are doing everything we can do to keep your children in school during the interruption in staffing to our Child Nutrition Department. Please be patient with us as we try to meet the challenges presented by Covid-19.
Parents and Patrons, Today, we were notified that a member of our Child Nutrition staff tested positive for Covid-19. Individuals that may have had "Close Contact" with the employee have been notified and quarantined as required by the Oklahoma State Department of Health. No students were a "Close Contact" of the employee. Wear your mask, wash your hands and watch your distance. It's Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Valliant Public School Federal Programs/Title I planning meeting set for Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 4:30 p.m. in the Valliant Media Center. All federal programs, needs assessments and Schoolwide Plan 2020-21 will be discussed. All parents and community members are invited to attend. For more information on this or other federal programs contact Linda Coffman at 580-933-7232 or email@example.com
No Cost Influenza Vaccine!!!!! Health department nurses will be at your school on Thursday, September 24, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. Information and consent forms are being sent home today. The consent form must be completed and returned by Wednesday, September 23, 2020, (at the latest, Thursday morning) in order for your child to receive a flu vaccine. Consent forms are also available for pick up in the building offices. We will be unable to immunize anyone under 18 years old without a completed consent form. If students are not cooperative, the vaccine will not be administered. Parents/guardians are welcomed to be in attendance. If you have any questions, please contact the school nurse, Rachelle Gee, at 580-933-7248.
District Softball Game at Valliant vs. Antlers scheduled for today (Monday) cancelled due to rain. MS Softball Game at Idabel scheduled for today has been cancelled due to rain.
Parents and Students, Today is "Virtual Friday." It will count just like a regular school day, so remember to log on or otherwise connect and do your assignments for the day. Since today is a school day, we will also be serving Breakfast and Lunch through our "Grab and Go Program." We will be providing Breakfast and Lunch at all of the usual spots. We will be serving from 8:30 - 10:00 am at each spot. The locations are: 1) The Church - Highway 70 Millerton 2) Mt. Zion Church - River Bottom Rd, South off 98 in Garvin 3) Rufe Fire Department - Rufe 4) Pine Creek Fire Department - Rufe Rd 5) Felker Freewill Baptist Church - Old 98, Felker 6) Valliant School Drive-thru Bus Lane Please take advantage of this program. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! "This institution is an equal opportunity provider"
The annual JOM/Indian Education Parent meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept 22nd, at 5:30 p.m. in the Valliant Media Center to review and update by-laws, set calendar for upcoming school year and elect new officers. Social distance guidelines will be followed. All JOM students and parents/guardians are encouraged to attend.
Parents and Students, Tomorrow is a "Virtual Friday." It will count just like a regular school day, so remember to log on or otherwise connect and do your assignments for the day. Since tomorrow is a school day, we will also be serving Breakfast and Lunch through our "Grab and Go Program." We will be providing Breakfast and Lunch at all of the usual spots. We will be serving from 8:30 - 10:00 am at each spot. The locations are: 1) The Church - Highway 70 Millerton 2) Mt. Zion Church - River Bottom Rd, South off 98 in Garvin 3) Rufe Fire Department - Rufe 4) Pine Creek Fire Department - Rufe Rd 5) Felker Freewill Baptist Church - Old 98, Felker 6) Valliant School Drive-thru Bus Lane Please take advantage of this program. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Parents and families, We wanted to let you know about an important resource to help families who are struggling because of the pandemic. If your child was eating free or reduced-price lunch school lunch in March 2020, you are eligible for food purchasing assistance of $250 per eligible child! The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will be sending Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer benefits, or P-EBT, to eligible families – you do not need to apply. If you already have an EBT card the benefits will be loaded on your existing card. If you do not currently have an EBT card, please look out for a P-EBT card in the mail. Watch closely as the outside envelope may not clearly say P-EBT. P-EBT is provided to any child who was receiving free or reduced-price school lunch in March 2020. It will not impact your citizenship or immigration status. To learn more, visit www.hungerfreeok.org/pebt. Thank you!
Parents and Patrons, Today, we were notified that a student at Valliant Elementary was tested as positive for Covid-19. We have notified the parents of everyone that has been exposed to the student and is subject to quarantine. We want to be in school and we need your help to stay in school. For others sake, please wash your hands, watch your distance, and wear your mask! It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Wednesday, September 16th from 10am to 3pm the Oklahoma Blood Institute will be at the Valliant High School Safe room for this year’s first blood drive. All donations will be tested for COVID 19 antibodies. Donors 16-17 years old will need parent’s permission. You can register on obi.org for an appointment or call Valliant High School at 580-933-7292 for an appointment. Donors receive a choice between a OU and an OSU t-shirt.
Boys and Girls Club Parents and Friends, The Valliant Boys and Girls Club will be closed until September 23 due to staffing issues relative to quarantines. No students were exposed to Covid-19 at the Boys and Girls Club.
Parents and Patrons, Today, we were notified that member of our teaching staff at Valliant Elementary was tested as positive for Covid-19. We have notified the parents of everyone that has been exposed to the staff member and is subject to quarantine. We want to be in school and we need your help to stay in school. For others sake, please wash your hands, watch your distance, and wear your mask! It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Bulldog Fans, If you are planning to travel to Heavener for the Football Game on Friday, be aware of the following, 1) Game time is at 7:00 pm. 2) All fans will be screened including a Temperature Check before being allowed to enter the stadium. 3) Heavener is encouraging everyone to socially distance and wear a mask.
Parents and Patrons, This weekend, we were notified that a student in a First Grade class at Valliant Elementary was tested as positive for Covid-19. We have notified the parents of everyone that has been exposed to the student and is subject to quarantine. Please help us stay in school. Wash your hands, Watch your distance, and Wear your mask! It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Teachers, Students and Staff, Tomorrow is our very first Virtual Friday. It will count just like a regular school day, so remember to log on or otherwise connect and do your assignments for the day. I am also excited to announce that the USDA has extended a waiver which will allow everyone to eat free. We still need you to fill out a lunch form, but for now every child from age 0 - 18 eats for free, even if you don't attend our school. Since tomorrow is a school day, we will also be serving Breakfast and Lunch through our "Grab and Go Program." We will be providing Breakfast and Lunch at all of the usual spots and tomorrow. We will be serving from 8:30 - 10:00 am at each spot. The locations are: 1) The Church - Highway 70 Millerton 2) Mt. Zion Church - River Bottom Rd, South off 98 in Garvin 3) Rufe Fire Department - Rufe 4) Pine Creek Fire Department - Rufe Rd 5) Felker Freewill Baptist Church - Old 98, Felker 6) Valliant School Drive-thru Bus Lane Please take advantage of this program. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Parents and Patrons, Late on Wednesday, we were notified that a student in a PreK class at Valliant Elementary was tested as positive for Covid-19. This same student happened to ride Bus 9 on Tuesday. We have been very busy notifying the parents of everyone that has been exposed to the student and is subject to quarantine. Please help us stay in school. Wash your hands, Watch your distance, and Wear your mask! It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Parents and Students, It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! It was great seeing all the kids getting back to school tomorrow. While our soft opening last week went well, we discovered a few areas we need to work on this morning. Please make sure you are screening your children before you send them to school and be patient while we work through our morning screening procedures. We will get faster and make it as seamless as possible. I wanted to remind everyone that this week we have a VIRTUAL FRIDAY! Students will not have to attend school, but will have class assignments to complete. Teachers will be taking attendance based on completion of the assignments. I am attaching a 2020-2021 School Calendar to this message. Days in Green are attendance days and days in Blue are Virtual days. We are glad to be back. Help us be back and stay back. Wear your mask. Watch your distance. Wash your hands. #weareValliant
Parents and Students, Please see the attached letter concerning a positive test for Covid-19 of one of our employees. The employee was at work on Monday and for a short time on Tuesday, but works in an area with very limited student contact. All persons that may have had contact with the individual have been identified and contacted. Individuals with close contact have been quarantined and will remain in quarantine until it is safe to return to school. Thank you for your understanding and support. Craig Wall
We have had several Questions about attendance at Roland for football a week from Friday. Right now they are operating under the same guidelines that we are. Please be aware that these can change at any time due to changes in school, city, county or state policies. Roland's current policy: Roland Public Schools Athletic Event Guidelines 2020-2021 We welcome you to Roland Public Schools. Below you will find information regarding your community’s visit to our campus. In the current health climate, there are a number of unique challenges for schools to address as visitors come on campus. It is our hope that you find the information below beneficial for your visit to our school. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact the Athletic Director, Eddie Lewis.. Guidelines for Athletic Facilities In an effort to meet current recommendations for safety during the current health climate, the following guidelines are in place: Visiting Teams/Personnel Masks are to be worn by athletes and staff when entering and exiting the facility. Masks may be removed by athletes and staff upon entering the playing field/court or in areas where social distancing can be observed (Safe Zones). If you have known exposure to COVID-19 in the past 14 days or been asked to quarantine in the past 10 days, we ask that you not enter our facility. Do not enter school facilities if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms; temperature over 100 degrees, persistent cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache, muscle/joint pain, nausea, or loss of smell/taste. Locker room facilities will be available for visiting teams. Water will not be provided by Roland Public Schools. Visiting teams are welcome to bring their own towels and water bottles. No towels or water bottles should be shared among athletes and staff. While we believe sportsmanship is important to the development of our young athletes, we recommend that there is no hand shake before or after the competition to reduce the amount of contact. Only essential personnel will be allowed in the sidelines and press box. No unauthorized personnel will be allowed on the track or playing field. Visiting Spectators/Fans Masks and/or face coverings are strongly encouraged for all spectators/fans visiting Roland Public Schools athletic facilities. Patrons are encourage to make every attempt to maintain 6-feet social distance from those who are not members of their family If you have known exposure to COVID-19 in the past 14 days or been asked to quarantine in the past 10 days, we ask that you not enter our facility Do not enter school facilities if you are experiencing any of the following symptoms: Temperature over 100 degrees, persistent cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, headache, muscle/joint pain, nausea, or loss of smell/taste. No unauthorized personnel will be allowed on the playing surface. Upon conclusion of the athletic event, please do not loiter or gather in large groups. We ask that all visitors exit the facility as quickly as possible. Lady Ranger Softball Field Spectators/fans are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and utilize the areas down the left and right field baselines for seating. The bleachers will be available under the social distancing guidelines listed above. Ranger Stadium Spectators/fans are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and utilize the open areas adjacent to the bleachers as well as behind the West end zone area. The bleachers will be available under the 6-foot social distancing guideline listed above. Please distribute this information to all who are planning on attending our event. Ticket Price: Adults - $5.00, Students - $3.00, non-school age children are Free. Acceptable Passes: OSSAA Playoff Pass, Valid Press Pass, Roland School issued Senior Citizen Pass. Roland Public Schools is a Tobacco/Firearm Free Campus. No animals or pets of any kind are allowed with the exception of service animals. Sportsmanship Activity programs are primarily for the student participants. The purpose of scholastic athletics is to provide positive learning experiences and opportunities for personal growth of our student athletes. This competition is being conducted according to the roles of the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA). Players, coaches, officials, and spectators can, and are expected to assist in the promotion and achievement of good sportsmanship ideals by taking personal responsibility for keeping this contest at a high level of fair, clean, wholesome completion. Best of luck to both teams.
VPSD Child Nutrition Information for the Week of August 24 - 28 We want your children to have a nutritious return to school. We will be feeding the students in attendance each day through our regular procedures although feeding locations will be different for our Elementary students. We will also be offering Curbside Pickup Meal Service for those students that are not attending this week as well as the students attending Valliant Virtual School. Curbside service will offered from 9:00 to 9:30 am each day in the front of the Cafeteria. Pull up and park and the Cafeteria staff will deliver a meal to your car. Do not get out and come in! Curbside service will be different than it was during the summer. Students will be charged for meals using their normal lunch status (Free/Reduced, Paid, etc.). It would be helpful if Valliant Virtual Students would notify the cafeteria if they are planning to eat. Please call 933-7140. Please take advantage of our meal service. We look forward to seeing you all in person very soon! #weareValliant
The Valliant Bulldogs will be hosting the Talihina Tigers for a "Soap and Towel" scrimmage on Friday night at 6:30 pm. In lieu of admission, we are asking that you provide a donation of towels and soap. Please come out and support our kids and Coach Colby Shamley in his debut. The concession stand will be open, but will only be providing drinks. Please help us stay safe by maintaining social distancing guidelines and it is strongly suggested that you wear a face covering during the contest. Go Dogs! #weareValliant
Patrons and Friends, This morning, we were notified that one of our employees at Valliant Elementary tested positive for the Covid-19 virus. The employee and all other employees that were in "close contact" have been quarantined. Fortunately, no students or parents are affected. Additionally, areas of our campus that may have been affected have been cleaned and disinfected. We are working closely with the Oklahoma State Department of Health and following the protocols established by the VPSD Covid Response plan. Currently, there are no plans to change the start of school, although some programs and classes may be impacted. We are working through how we will handle those issues. I encourage you to help us by working with your children to practice good hygiene, social distancing and by using any means at your disposal to help prevent the spread of this virus. #weareValliant and we will get through this together! Craig Wall, Supt.
MS Football Players and Parents, Coach Shamley would like to try to have MS Football Practice at 4 pm on Thursday, August 20. Should be done before 5:30.
Parents, Students, Patrons and Friends, In an effort to navigate through these difficult times, schools across SE Oklahoma met with many health experts and the Oklahoma State Department of Health to develop a plan for how we would operate should we experience incidents of exposure and positive cases of the virus. Very recently, we have seen a number of schools in our area, begin to adjust schedules, quarantine, and move to virtual learning. Most have chosen those actions because they chose to adopt this plan. It takes any personal aspect out of the decision making process and simply becomes a reaction to the current circumstance. Please take time to read and understand this plan. It is how we will act if necessary. https://5il.co/iup7 Valliant Response Plan
JOM School Supplies will be available beginning August 17th for pick up at 8:00-4:00 at the Media Center as "grab and go". You will remain in your vehicle and they will be brought out to you. If you are unable to pick up the week of August 17-20th, students may pick them up on the first day of school. To make other arrangements please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a new student please bring a copy of your CDIB card.
Middle School & High School will use last name to determine what day your child will attend "orientation day" the week of the 24th. Elementary students can expect a phone call from their teacher next week. A-C - Monday, Aug 24th D-J - Tuesday, Aug 25th K-P - Wednesday, Aug 26th Q-Z - Thursday, Aug 27th ALL students will begin on Monday Aug 31st with a regular school schedule. We hope to get all the bugs and jitters worked out during orientation week so we are all ready on the 31st. I expect some hiccups and we will be offering leniency during this first week and hope that you will express our staff the same courtesy. This is new to us as well. We share the same goals, and if we all work together we can make this the best experience possible for the kids.
Students and Parents, For several months now, your administrators and I have discussed and debated the proper course of action concerning return to school, plans for that return, and timelines for return. Throughout our discussions, there has been a consistent theme present, what is the right thing to do for our students, our staff, and our community. We have been extremely concerned with the continued unchecked spread of the virus in our own community. 4 weeks ago, the state unveiled a color coded mapping system to represent the spread of the disease in new cases per capita, and McCurtain County has consistently been listed in the Orange status which is the most severe. When the SDE released their plans and recommendations last week, McCurtain County was listed in the Orange 2 status. The recommendations that come with that status are very limiting. Our color status has not changed for the better in the last week. Those recommendations are that we start school using distance learning and that we limit our capacity of kids to no more than 25% on campus at any one time. The state also recommends the wearing of masks for all students at all times, restrict visitors, and curtail extracurricular activities. We have studied these recommendations and have consulted with other Superintendents and Principals at other county schools. We do not believe that starting the school year in Distance Learning is practical, although it will likely be necessary throughout the year. Many of the supplies that we need to start school have not yet arrived. Much as the supply chain has affected everyday items, it has affected items such as computers, disinfectants, and PPE. After much debate, we decided to take the following actions: 1. We will delay our Staff Development by 1 week. Staff Development will now begin on August 10 and continue through the 14th. HS Teachers may have to meet with the K20 Center as originally scheduled. 2. We will be notifying students and parents that classes will begin on August 24, but will be limited to 25% of the student population each day at the HS, MS, and in the 3rd, 4th and 5th grades. In the lower elementary, appointments will be made for the students and one parent. Teachers will reach out to parents to make these appointments and to notify students on their days for attendance. 3. Face to face instruction with all students will begin on August 31. Masks will be required for all students, teachers, and staff while we remain in the Orange 2 status and will be reevaluated as the status changes. 4. Virtual only students will begin instruction on August 24. 5. Extracurricular activities will continue however, additional safety protocols may be required. 6. Students attending KTC at Idabel will be attending virtually. Students attending KTC at Hugo will be attending in person currently. I am extremely saddened to be making this announcement today. However, we feel it is the most prudent decision we can make. Craig Wall
About Valliant Virtual Academy Although we did the best we could in the time we had to prepare, we know that the distance learning model we had in the spring needed much improvement for our students to have a successful experience. We were very particular about looking for a program to fill the need for a virtual learning environment knowing some students would not return in the fall for various reasons. As we were researching programs the focus was as follows: Meet the education requirements and needs of our students Easy to use and navigate for both student and parent Does not require the parent to be the teacher (minimal parent involvement) Allows our staff to monitor the progress and intervene if necessary Student Oriented / individualized instruction Acellus is the program that we chose that best addressed those concerns. Acellus is a learning accelerator. It uses video-based lessons with cutting-edge technology to accelerate learning, elevate standardized test scores, reduce dropout rates and transition more students into careers and college. Acellus has been providing a virtual setting for some time and has had great success. Here is a link that explains their program. https://www.acellus.com/for-your-school/ There are many options for virtual instruction out there but I recommend, if virtual is for your child, you give this a shot. This is the only option that keeps your tax dollars in our district - This program is free to our students. Your child will remain a Valliant student and have options to participate in extracurricular activities such as athletics, Etc. There will be a Certified teacher assigned to only virtual students allowing them to focus all of their attention on monitoring, providing intervention, and answering questions to our virtual students. Our traditional students will be using the same program on a regular basis and times when school cannot meet in person. This will allow virtual students to easily transition back into a normal classroom post covid if that is desired. We know that this is not an easy decision. If you would like more information or have further questions, please contact the building principals. Cpanell@vpsd.org - Elementary email@example.com - Middle School firstname.lastname@example.org - High School
JOM school supplies should be ready for pickup this year beginning August 10th, the week before school starts. In addition to the supplies a padded backpack will be provided this year to carry a tablet/chromebook. When supplies are available a schedule and directions will be posted. If you are new to the district please bring a copy of CDIB card with you when picking up supplies. For more information please contact Linda Coffman at 580-933-7232 or email@example.com. *****JOM School Supplies do not include a tablet or chromebook but students are reminded to visit the Choctaw Nation website and apply for the COVID-19 Technology Program Grant and the COVID-19 Student Assistance Program Grant for help with these items.
Parents, Students, Patrons, and Friends, Earlier today, the Oklahoma State School Board voted to accept some strongly worded recommendations for schools in Oklahoma in response to the Covid-19 Pandemic. These recommendations vary based upon the level of community spread in each county based upon the OSDH Covid-19 Status Map. McCurtain County is currently in the most severely affected status. At Valliant Schools, we are continuing to work on our plans for reopening. The administration will meet together on Monday and reassess how the recommendations approved today will affect our plans. We will notify you if and when our plans should change. We want to be in school face to face with our students. We need your help to make that happen. Please follow social distancing guidelines, wear masks when required, and do whatever you can to allow us to get back to normal. This is not about politics or conspiracies. It is about the health and safety of our kids. Craig
Parents, Students, Patrons, and Friends, Last week, we released plans in the form of FAQ’s detailing how we would return to school. Tomorrow, (Thursday, July 23) the State Board of Education will meet. At that meeting the Board will likely hear recommendations from the State Superintendent which details further restrictions in our ability to return to school. The recommendations made by the State Superintendent will likely be based upon the level of community spread in our county on a per capita basis. Right now our county is in an Orange status on the Governors Covid-19 status map. As a result, schools in McCurtain County are facing huge restrictions in our ability to return to school in a traditional manner. Limitations to the number of students, the requiring of masks, and prohibition of extracurricular activities are likely. While we DO NOT KNOW the full extent of the restrictions, we are confident that they will be severe. We have tried to emphasize that we need everyone’s help. Masks and social distancing are inconvenient, but our ability to return to school is going to be 100% dependent on you helping to prevent the spread of this virus. No conspiracies, no politics, we sincerely need your help, or our schools will never get back to normal. Valliant, we need you. Wear your mask and social distance. Our kids need to get back to school and we know that is what you want. #weareValliant
Parents, Students, Patrons, and Friends, We are releasing information today concerning our return to school. As you know students will be returning to school soon, and we are doing our best to take into consideration how we can return to school safely. We take our roles very seriously. The health and safety of our students, teachers, staff, and community is paramount. We are using our best judgement to make decisions that will allow us to return to school as safely as possible. While we are doing all we can, we desperately need your help. We want to start school and stay in school throughout the year. We need you to take every precaution you can to help us prevent the spread of Covid-19 in our community. If you help, we can be so much more successful. Today, on our website, we posted a set of Frequently Asked Questions that will hopefully address many of the issues that you may have. You can find that document at the following link. https://5il.co/ib4i Additionally, we are posting a document that will provide guidance for what we will do when or if we have an infection at school. We have been working with other schools to develop this plan with guidance from the State Health Department, the State Department of Education, and the Centers for Disease Control. You can find a link to that document here. https://5il.co/ib68 After you take a look through the documents, we would also like for you to complete the following survey concerning your choice of format for schooling for the upcoming year. It is important for us to get this information so that we can continue our planning. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeO You can access the survey at the following link. eRg1fDSLwW9Og6Lm_rMRTZTVMNIGYxEYurPHXDTxxgP-Sg/viewform?usp=sf_link We are working very hard to make this work, and we are sure things will change before school gets here. We encourage you to work with us during these difficult times. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! Craig Wall, Supt.
Attention Athletes and Bus Drivers: PHYSICALS for Athletes and Bus Drivers will be held Tuesday, July 14, at 6:00 pm at the John Paul Scroggins Fieldhouse. Cost will be $10.
Students, Parents and Friends, I wanted to reach out today to give you an update on "where we are," relative to our return to school plans. It seems like every day is a new day, and the information that we are being provided to make decisions is constantly changing. We are doing our best, and our hope is to have some plans in place as early as July 15. Whatever those plans might be, I am fairly certain that they will change before we return to school. But, we will return to school. Last week, the Valliant Board of Education adopted a revised school year calendar. This calendar was worked out jointly by the school administration and the Valliant CTA. The calendar moves the start date for students to August 17. Additionally, the calendar adds "virtual days" on some Friday's during much of the school year. These virtual days will have requirements associated with them, but it will not be a day that is required to be physically at school. More information on virtual days will be released in our upcoming plans. Our school is working with a number of other schools in SE Oklahoma to develop a response plan for how to deal with site and district outbreaks of Covid during the school year. The response plan has had input from State and Regional Health Department personnel and provides schools some uniformity in the decision making process. I know that many of you are anxious about how school might "look" as we move forward. It will certainly be different. Right now, we are finalizing plans for isolating and distancing during the school day, while still maintaining as normal a schedule as possible. There will be differences. Please be patient, as we want to try to resume safely, and to get all our kids back to school. In the meantime, please start working on some routines that will likely be necessary as we return. Check your child's health status each morning, including taking their temperature. Begin making plans for how you would deal with day care, etc., if you or your child were sick, or if you had to be quarantined. This year, it's going to be more important than ever for you to help us, by keeping your child that is sick or not feeling well, at home. If we all work together, we can keep this virus at bay. We will make it, together. Craig Wall, Supt.
Parents, Students and Patrons, Today, June 15, Our coaches and I met to reassess our summertime activities due to the continuing Covid-19 pandemic. Originally, we had decided to adopt the OSSAA recommendations for returning to play through today. While we honestly don’t know the right thing to do, we have decided today that we will allow limited return to play for the next two weeks. While we return to the field/court, we want everyone to realize they we take our students and your safety very seriously. Therefore we will be taking additional precautions to sanitize and avoid contact wherever possible. We will continue to screen all of our athletes for symptoms, contacts, and will monitor their temperature. We will also continue our sanitization protocols. Beginning on Tuesday, June 16, Middle School athletes can begin participating in Summer Pride. Summer Pride for MS begins at 9:00 am. MS Cheer will also begin activities immediately. While everyone has different ideas as to what we should do, we are trying our best to get back to some level of normalcy. We need your help with this. We need you to understand that there are reasons for the procedures we are taking and would hope that you will support us in this effort in athletics and I. Everyday life. Further, we need you to help us by social distancing in the spectator areas, avoid the bleachers, sit further from the field, etc. This is very important as we look forward to returning to school and sports in the fall. The actions we take today may help us get back to normal sooner. Each Coach/Sport will have specific requirements and guidelines as we move forward. It’s a great day to be a Bulldog! Craig Wall
The Valliant Chamber is sponsoring a social distance parade to celebrate all our Valliant graduates of 2020. Forms are available on Facebook and The Valliant Chamber of Commerce. We will line up in the Valliant High School Auditorium parking, at 5:30 pm. The parade will start at 6:30 pm on Friday June 12th 2020
Patrons, Last night during our Valliant Board of Education Meeting, we had problems throughout the meeting with the connectivity of one of our board members. Immediately following the meeting last night, we consulted with Oklahoma State School Board Attorney's for guidance. Following discussions with the Attorney's this morning, more simply, because it is the right thing to do, we have decided to hold an additional meeting, in person, on Thursday, June 11 at 11:00 am to revisit the agenda in its entirety. The meeting will be held in the Library/Media Center. I want to sincerely apologize for this situation. Although we have come to depend on technology throughout this pandemic, we realize that its limitations sometimes expose our own. #weareValliant Craig Wall, Supt.
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 1014
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.
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, Superintendent
On Monday, May 11 at 5:00 pm we will be having our monthly Board of Education Meeting by videoconference. The meeting will be available for the public to view on Facebook Live. We hope you will join us as we continue to use methods that will allow our Board Members, Administration, and our community as safe and healthy as possible.
Online enrollment will be open for a limited time. If you have a student or know someone that is thinking about being a Bulldog and attending Valliant School next year, click the link below to start the enrollment process. https://www.teacherease.com/NewFamilyRegistration.aspx?refid=b25fbfe7-9469-4322-a99a-a3cc3a10a922 If your child is already attending Valliant, simply log in to your teacherease account and look for the enrollment link in the top left-hand corner of your screen.
The Valliant Public Schools will be providing "Grab and Go" breakfast and lunch for ANY CHILD 18 and under or anyone with Special Needs 21 and under absolutely free of charge. We will be providing meals at the following locations and time: Valliant School: Drive Thru Bus Lane 8:30-10:00 am Rufe Fire Department: 8:30 -9:00 am Felker Baptist Church: 8:30 -9:00 am The Church in Millerton: 8:30 -9:00 am Pine Creek Fire Department: 8:30 -9:00 am Mt Zion Church of God: 8:30 -9:00 am There will be no need for you to leave your vehicle at any site, meals will be delivered to you. We are taking precautions to make sure everyone stays healthy and safe. If you know of any child that could benefit from this program, please let them know. We want to feed every child. Thank you so much to the volunteers, community and church leaders that help to make this program possible. We encourage everyone that has children that live in our district to take advantage of this program #weareValliant *This institution is an equal opportunity provider*
Congratulations to Gina Dansby, Heather Jones, and Chuck Taylor for being selected Teacher of the Year within their respective buildings for 2019-20. Each of them has done an outstanding job and we are proud they are a part of the Bulldog family. They will now be eligible to be selected as the District Teacher of the Year.
Hey Students! We need your help. Why don’t you reach out to your fellow students and teachers by phone, text, email or other means and share a word of encouragement, support or even just say hello? During this time many of us need to hear from others that are sharing in the isolation. For many kids, school is their place to have positive interaction and are really missing school right now. Your teachers also really miss you. Remember, we are all in this together, and together we will make it through. We love you all! #weareValliant
A very special “Thank You” to the Valliant Chamber of Commerce for providing a special “Easter Surprise” for the Grab and Go Meals today. Meals are available at the regular sites across the district. We want to wish everyone a very Happy Easter from the Child Nutrition Department and Valliant Schools! #weareValliant
In light of the ongoing situation with the Covid-19 virus, the Valliant Board of Education will be conducting a Special Board Meeting by teleconference at 5:00 pm on Monday, April 13, 2020 in lieu of the regular meeting scheduled for the same time. We are taking this measure as a precaution to limit the potential for exposure of our board members and the public. Patrons wishing to watch the proceedings may do so by viewing the meeting via Facebook live. The live stream will be available on the Valliant Public Schools Facebook page.
Students and Parents, This next week our school is going through a fundamental change. “Distance Learning” is a new and challenging format for all of us. It’s especially challenging for those of us who have done traditional school like me, for 35+ years. I have learned a lot about Distance Learning in Oklahoma in the past three weeks. Mainly, that no one really knows the right way, the wrong way, or any way for that matter, to deliver instruction without the kids in close proximity. Even within our own sites, Distance Learning will look very different. Why? Simply put, the kids in Elementary vary a lot from Pre-K to 5th grade. They are completely different than the MS kids who are learning to be more independent as students. And HS kids are focusing on college and careers with many different course requirements and electives. As a result, every grade and site will be getting something a little different whether it focuses on enrichment, specific courses, or projects. Parents, we need your support. Your kids need your support. Some of the materials will focus on enrichment of their previously learned skills, but much of the material and coursework will help your child be prepared for next year. We wouldn’t be doing this if it wasn’t about the kids. We need you to help when you can, but more importantly encourage them to do the work, and reach out to us for help when they have trouble. Many of our students need these opportunities to improve. Remember, it’s not about us, it’s about your kids and their education. Please help them do all they can. Getting their mind off the world events, even for a few minutes at a time, may be really important going forward. Students and parents, be looking for communications from your school, your teacher, or your principal through the many varied media sources that we have used to notify you throughout the year. Most importantly, we all want you to be healthy and safe. We love you all and we miss you terribly. Use common sense and follow the CDC Guidelines. Stay home when you can. You may save the life of someone close to you. It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog! Craig Wall, Supt.
Students, Parents, and Friends, As we were suspecting the State Board of Education voted to approve the recommendation of State Supt. Joy Hofmeister to close the schools for the remainder of the year while providing "Distance Learning," beginning April 6. Further, all extracurricular activities and events were cancelled citing the guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control Recommendations for group size. We knew on Monday that this would likely happen today. Now, we know for sure, and we ask you to help us make the best of the situation. We can do it. Firstly, we do not know all the answers. We are looking at a mix of methods to best be able to serve your educational needs whether it be handouts, or digital material. We are aware that there are limitations, and will make every effort to accommodate those limitations when we can. We don't know the answers yet. So, please give us an opportunity to take a look at the information the State Department provides this week. We have already started working on a plan, and will communicate it to you as soon as we can do so. We have discussed plans to postpone HS Graduation if necessary. Although it is impossible to predict the future, we will be open to moving to a date that is determined to be safe by the authorities. We want those Seniors to have their day. In the meantime, please be safe. The Covid-19 virus continues to spread in our state and others. You have take every precaution to keep yourself and your family healthy. It is important for us all. Craig Wall, Supt.
Parents and Students, Today in a statewide teleconference, State Supt. Joy Hofmeister notified us that beginning April 6, all schools would be providing educational opportunities through “Distance Learning.” Students will not be returning to the school this year. At Valliant, we started discussing and making plans for what Distance Learning may look like for our students. Over the next two weeks, we will be working with your teachers to plan for delivery and support of student lessons. Furthermore Supt. Hofmeister noted that all extracurricular events and activities would be cancelled for the remainder of the school year. The State Board of Education will meet on Wednesday to vote on her recommendations. This is a challenging time for us all. Right now, we do not have the answers to the “what if’s,” and “what about’s,” but we will always provide you the information that we know in a timely and honest fashion. Covid-19 is not a joke. Please use every precaution to keep yourself and your family safe from infection. The reality of our current situation is saddening, and the announcement that we would not be together again this year is disappointing. But the health of our community and family is paramount. We are Bulldogs! It’s time for us to live up to that mascot and do our part. None of us have ever been through something like this, but we will come through it together. #weareValliant It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog! Craig Wall
NEW MESSAGE Parents, Students, and Patrons, Thank you to all the workers and volunteers that helped today. We could not do this without you. We are making some small changes for Tuesday based on Monday’s response. We will be relocating from Watermill Church to Dorries Hardware at the same times. Also the Mt Zion Church is now at the site of the Old River Bottom Church. If you know of any child that could benefit from this program, please let them know. We want to feed every child. The Valliant Public Schools will be providing :"Grab and Go" breakfast and lunch for ANY CHILD 18 and under or anyone with Special Needs 21 and under absolutely free of charge. We will be providing meals at the following locations and times: Valliant School - Drive Thru Bus Lane 8:30-10:00 am Rufe Volunteer Fire Department 8:30-9:00 am Felker Baptist Church 8:30-9:00 am The Church in Millerton 8:30-9:00 am Dorries Hardware 8:30-9:00 am Pine Creek Fire Department 8:30-9:00 am Mt.Zion Church of God 8:30-9:00 am There will be no need for you to leave your vehicle at any site, meals will be delivered to you. We are taking precautions to make sure everyone stays healthy and safe. Thank you so much to the volunteers, Community, and Church leaders, that helped to make this program possible. We encourage everyone that has children that live in our district to take advantage of this program. #weareValliant
Valliant Residents, the National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for our area until 10 pm. We have been in touch with Valliant Emergency Management and the Valliant Police Department and will continue to monitor the weather throughout the evening. If the weather warrants, the Safe Room at Valliant HS will be opened for your safety. Please remember to supervise your children at all times and pets should be contained in a airline approved container. Use common sense and maintain a healthy distance while in the safe room.
Students and Parents, Beginning Monday, March 23, the Valliant Public Schools will be providing :"Grab and Go" breakfast and lunch for any child 18 and under absolutely free of charge. We will be providing meals at the following locations and times: Valliant School - Drive Thru Bus Lane 8:30-10:00 am Rufe Volunteer Fire Department 8:30-9:00 am Felker Baptist Church 8:30-9:00 am The Church in Millerton 8:30-9:00 am Watermill Baptist Church 8:30-9:00 am Pine Creek Fire Department 8:30-9:00 am Mt.Zion Church of God 8:30-9:00 am There will be no need for you to leave your vehicle at any site, meals will be delivered to you. We are taking precautions to make sure everyone stays healthy and safe. Thank you so much to the volunteers, Community, and Church leaders, that helped to make this program possible. We encourage everyone that has children that lives in our district to take advantage of this program. #weareValliant
The Oklahoma State Board of Education voted today to close all schools from March 17 until April 6. No school or extracurricular activities. We are working to develop plans for providing meals to students that will need them. I ask you to remain patient with us as we work out those plans. I encourage each of you to take whatever precautions you need to stay safe and healthy. During this time encourage your child to read, play and enjoy the extra time away from school. We will be providing educational opportunities for students and parents to use if needed. Be looking for those next week. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Valliant Students, Parents, Patrons, and Staff, Today (Mon) the State Supt will be mtg via teleconference at 2 pm with District Supts to provide guidance concerning the Covid-19 crisis. Further, the State Board of Education is having an emergency mtg at 4 pm to discuss the Statewide Cessation of All School Operations. The administrative staff at Valliant schools will meet at 4 pm to view the State Board mtg. We will release information and plans as soon as possible today. This is a truly an extraordinary situation, however the health of our entire community is important. We promise to do whatever we can to help everyone deal with this crisis in the best way possible. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! #weareValliant
Parents, Patrons, Students, and Staff, State Supt Joy Hofmeister has scheduled another statewide teleconference with District Supt’s to discuss the constantly changing situation with the spread of the Covid-19 Virus (Coronavirus). Earlier today the OK Dept of Health released information about the presence of additional cases in the state. Immediately following the teleconference I will release any new information that is learned. In the meantime, please do all that you can to keep you and your family as healthy as possible. Practice good hygiene and social distancing as much as possible. I have been in contact with all our district administrators and I assure you that the health and safety of our students, staff and community are paramount in our minds. Right now, we are planning to resume school on March 23, but that could change at any time. It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Earlier today, State Supt. Joy Hofmeister held a teleconference with District School Supt’s across the state to provide further information and detail concerning the Covid-19 virus (Coronavirus) and it’s effect on public education. At this time, Supt. Hofmeister is NOT recommending the statewide closure of schools due to lack of evidence of community spread in the state. She did however recommend that everyone continue to practice good hygiene as previously detailed, limiting exposure to large groups, and staying home if you are sick. So, as of Friday, March 13 we will be planning to resume school as scheduled following Spring Break. This is a fluid situation, and I will continue to update you when details warrant. Enjoy your Spring Break, and take measures to keep you and your family safe and healthy. It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
The HS Softball Game for today with Idabel is cancelled due to weather.
The MS Baseball team will not practice on Friday due to the weather. Practice has been scheduled for 3:00 on Sunday.
Parents, Students, and Patrons, I would like to provide you with some information relative to the ongoing world wide concern of the spread of the Coronavirus. First of all, let me say that there are no known cases in our area. However, this does not preclude us from being cautious and using whatever precautions we might to help keep our students, staff, and community healthy and safe. I have attached a letter with information from the CDC that details the precautions to take. This virus should be treated like any other virus that might be circulating. Help us keep our community as safe as possible. Craig Wall
Regional Basketball tonight! The Valliant Lady Bulldogs and Bulldogs travel to Okmulgee to play in the opening round of the Class 3A Area IV Regional Tournament. Valliant will play Bethel in both games tonight. Girls start at 6:30 and Boys at 8:00. Games will be held at Okmulgee HS Brock Gymnasium which is located at 544 North Okmulgee Ave. I hope you can make the trip to support our teams.
Parents, Patrons, and Friends, Due to a main line water break in the City of Valliant, the water is being shut down immediately. As a result we will need to dismiss school early today. Students will be dismissed at 10:50 and buses will run at 11:00. If it is possible for you to pick up your students now, please do so. We are truly sorry for this inconvenience.
School will be in session today (Wed). We have been out this morning and as of 6:00 am, roads are clear. However, please use caution while traveling.
StuCo Winter Dance moved to Jan 24 due to bad weather. Same time same place
Middle school students had guest speakers today from multiple industries speaking about their profession and the educational pathways required to get there. Students spoke to lawyers, audio -video technicians, and even a pilot. Students joined several other classrooms from across the state in this experience through our swivel bots. The technology allowed for three classrooms to be connected to different presenters at the same time. #wearevalliant. #preparingforthefuture
Middle School Quiz Bowl will compete at Atoka Complex this Friday, December 6th at 10:30 a.m. Good luck and Go Bulldogs! #weareValliant
It’s a Great Day to be an Aggie! Sydnee Browning signs her National Letter of Intent to play Softball for the Murray State College Aggies! Congratulations Sydnee! We are all so proud of you and wish you the best! Always a Bulldog! #weareValliant
MS Quiz Bowl District Tourney today (Wed. 20th) vs Broken Bow at 2pm and Idabel at 3pm. MS Saferoom.
Our 7/8 grade basketball games in the Antlers tourney have been rescheduled for 4:00 and 5:15 tomorrow (Monday, Nov 18). I'm sorry for the inconvenience and late notice.
Middle school StuCo Fundraiser Talent Show entries due Mon Nov 18. $15 entry fee. Prizes are $50 first place & $25 second place each division: Elem/MS&HS
Don't forget to come out to the gym tonight at 6:30 to support our VHS Varsity Cheerleaders as they do a Community Showing of their Sideline Cheer Routines as they prepare for the State Championship. The Class 3A State Championship is at Moore HS. VHS will compete at 10:56, 11:36, and 12:16. The finals will be at 1:00. Please come out and give the girls the kind of support they deserve as they prepare for the State Championships!
VMS Students and Parents, the MS Football game with Antlers scheduled for Tuesday is being moved to Monday at 5:30 due to the possibility of severe weather. Come out and support the Bulldogs in their final game off the season. Additionally the 6th grade Basketball game for Monday has been cancelled and rescheduled at the request of the opponent. Date TBA.
This group of middle students are working on their digital passport as they tour the national weather service in Norman from their classroom seat. This was the first of many planned virtual tours to be completed this year. The interactive technology that makes this possible is a part of the Gear Up grant the school received late last year. Students are able to interact with the presenters and ask questions through out the experience.
Mrs. Young's 7th and 8th grade math classes are shown forming a human box and whisker plot. Mrs. Young attended a week long math workshop at OU this summer, which incorporates authentic learning techniques through hands-on, group involved activities. Mrs. Young will continue to partner with the K20 Learn team, for the 2019-2020 school year, to ensure enrichment for math students. The Success Training is a result of the Valliant Middle School Success Grant, rewarding the middle school with funds for IPADS, chrome books, and smart televisions for the 2019-2020 school year
The Flu Clinic is scheduled to be at Valliant Public Schools tomorrow, October 15, 2019. If you have not completed a Flu Vaccine Consent for your child, and would like to, please contact Rachelle Gee, school nurse at 580-933-7248. Also, student parents and siblings are welcome to come that day to receive their flu vaccination for free as well! Parents wanting a flu shot can fill their consent form out upon arrival. The flu clinic will be in the Middle School Safe Room.
Valliant Schools will be experiencing another first this week. Well, a first since we went to the 4 day week. School will be in session on Mon, Tues, and Wed, but will be dismissed on Thur, Oct 17 and Fri, Oct 18 for Fall Break! We hope you enjoy the time off. #weareValliant
Boys and Girls Club at Valliant will be OPEN today!
Parents, please check with your children today concerning flu shots available on Tuesday, October 15. Please return permission forms to school by Monday, October 14. Parents and siblings are welcome to get their flu shot that day as well. All shots are FREE. Feel free to contact the school nurse with any questions!
Ms. Vaught’s STEM classes recently visited the Oklahoma Geological Survey OPIC in Norman. Students received “hands on” learning experiences in the field of geology. In addition, they met an anthropologist, seismologist, petroleum geologist and a field geologist and could ask questions. The students learning experience was not over at the end of the trip. They returned with fossils and minerals to research as well as their very own Raspberry Shake Seismometer. The Raspberry Shake will be producing real-time data which is sent to and used by OGS seismic analysts. If the device detects an earthquake, scientists will use that data right away to start figuring out where the earthquake happened and how big it was! That makes our students true citizen scientists! This is the first seismometer placed in our area by a research group.
Meet the VMS circus staff! These educational ring leaders bring authenticity and creativity to their classrooms and our school while maintaining a caring, supportive environment that encourages our students to be responsible, respectful, and accountable. Their commitment and enthusiasm for their students are larger than any big top! #wearevalliant
Final Dewey wins 10 to 3 over the Lady Dawgs. Great season! Proud to be a Bulldog!
End 6 Dewey 8 Valliant 3
Dewey 7 Valliant 3 end 5
Dewey 7 Valliant 0 end 4
Dewey 6 Valliant 0 end 3
After 2 Dewey 2 Valliant 0
End 1 No Score. Valliant home team
Final Valliant wins! Valliant 5 Henryetta 2
End of 6th Henryetta 2 Valliant 5
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After 4 Henryetta 2 Valliant 2
After 3 Henryetta 2 Valliant 1
Henryetta 2 Valliant 1 end 2nd
After 1 Henryetta 2 Valliant 1
It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog! Lady Dawgs face Henryetta in Henryetta at Noon today in the Regional Tourney. The winner will play Dewey for a shot at the State Tournament! The Bulldogs travel to Wilburton tonight to face the Diggers at 7:00 in a District matchup. Make a day of it, hop in the car and follow our teams on this glorious day.
ATTENTION VPSD ELEMENTARY PARENTS, This is a reminder about the free thermometers available to our Elementary Parents! If you have not already done so, simply text FLUENCY to 555888 and follow the instructions to claim your spot and receive a free thermometer! Looking forward to a healthy flu season!
VHS Football Homecoming 2019 “Homecoming is the Greatest Show” Monday,October 7th-”Under the Bigtop” Wear Red and White Tuesday,October 8th-”Twin Day/Squad Day”-Dress like a friend or a group of friends Wednesday,October 9th-”Mime Day”-Dress like a mime or wear black and white Thursday,October-10th ”Clown Day”-Dress like a clown or be a clown with mismatched socks, tutus, or crazy clothes. Friday,October 11th-”Spirit Day”-Wear all the Bulldog orange and black you can! School Wide Pep Rally-Friday, October 11th @ 10:00a.m. in the Auditorium Homecoming Parade-Friday Afternoon
Parents and Guardians, please check with your child today to see if they have information regarding immunizations that your child needs. If you have this information, please return the forms to school tomorrow morning, (Wednesday, September 25). Immunizations are scheduled for tomorrow.
The MS Football game on Tuesday has been moved to Atoka. One mixed 7/8 game and an additional quarter for 6th grade. Kickoff at 6 pm.
Don’t forget, Friday, Sept. 20 is a school day. Parent Teacher Conferences are tonight, Sept 19 and next Thur Sept 26.
Our school won a spot in a public health program that provides free smart thermometers to everyone that wants to participate! This program and these thermometers will help us track and prevent the spread of contagious illness in classrooms this flu season." If you would like to get a free smart thermometer, you will need to text 'FLUENCYSCHOOL' to 555888. You will get a text invite to claim your thermometer on September 30!!!
Valliant MS Football at Idabel, Tuesday Sept. 27, 6:00 pm.
To the parents of elementary students, Our school won a spot in a public health program that provides free smart thermometers to everyone that wants to participate! This program and these thermometers will help us track and prevent the spread of contagious illness in classrooms this flu season." If you would like to get a free smart thermometer, you will need to text 'FLUENCYSCHOOL' to 555888. You will get a text invite to claim your thermometer on September 30!!!
Valliant Elementary Parents and Patrons, Tomorrow we start the Boys & Girls Club of Valliant at the Elementary. The Club will be open from 4:00 to 6:00 pm Monday through Thursday when school is in session. Applications were sent home last week. We'd love to have your child be a part of our program. For questions, contact Director Amy Harrison at firstname.lastname@example.org. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! #weareValliant
Elementary Parents, Please check your child's folder or backpack today when they come home. Applications for the Boys and Girls Club of Valliant were sent home. Please make sure to complete the application and return it to school tomorrow if you plan to participate. The Boys and Girls Club will be open from 4:00 to 6:00, Mon through Thur. The Valliant Club is brand new and is currently self-funded so we will be charging a small weekly fee to cover the initial costs. There is more information in the application packet. We are planning to start on Sept 16 which is this coming Monday.
Parents, Patrons, Teachers, and Staff, As you may remember, our start of school got interrupted by a problem with our water. As a result we used up all our reserve days for the school year. Over the last several days we have been looking at how we could "make up" a couple of those days. We sought input from lots of sources, and have made a decision that we feel best enables our school to be prepared for any future emergency that may arise. School will be in session on Friday, September 20 and on Friday, October 11. For the first time in quite some time, the buses will run, and the bells will ring on Friday. Our students will have an opportunity to experience the excitement and energy of attending school on a Football Friday. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! #weareValliant
IT’S OVER! THE BOIL ORDER IS LIFTED! Great news. The Valliant Schools will be in session on Monday. Thank you all for your prayers and best wishes. Thank you so much to the Valliant PWA and The City of Valliant. I’d also like to thank all those agencies and groups that offered assistance to us so that we could get back to school. It truly is a Great Day to Be a Bulldog!
Parents, Students and Patrons, it has been communicated to me today that we will not have any test results that would lift the Boil Order in Valliant until at least Thursday. Therefore, with much disappointment, I have made the decision that we will not have school either Wednesday or Thursday. I am terribly sorry for the inconvenience. #weareValliant
Parents, Patrons, Students and Staff, Today we have met with officials of the McCurtain County Health Dept, the Dept of Environmental Quality, and Valliant PWA. The City of Valliant remains under a Boil Order and results of additional testing will not be available until at least Tuesday afternoon. As a result, SCHOOL WILL NOT BE IN SESSION ON TUESDAY, AUG 13. I understand that this is a frustrating and inconvenient situation. I encourage everyone to support those entities that are working to rectify this problem. #weareValliant
I want to remind everyone that due to the current situation with the “Boil Order” in the City of Valliant, that there will be NO SCHOOL on MONDAY, AUGUST 12. I will be monitoring the situation closely and will seek options to return to school as soon as possible. I encourage everyone to remain hopeful for a positive outcome and support everyone that is working on the problem. #weareValliant
Parents, Patrons, Teachers and Staff, you may be aware that the City of Valliant has been notified of a failed water purity test today. The City is in the process of notifying all residents that the City is currently under a “Boil Order.” I have been in contact with Valliant PWA and City Officials concerning the issue. The PWA is currently flushing the system and will continue to do so. Although I am assured the failing sample came from an isolated area, it is my duty to act with an abundance of caution concerning the health and safety of our students. Therefore, I am dismissing school on Monday, August 12. It is my hope that additional testing will show that the system has been cleared and that we can resume our normal schedule as soon as possible. I am truly sorry for the inconvenience. Please Share
Teachers and Staff, this is just a reminder that we will be starting school next week. On Mon, Aug 5, teachers will report at 8:00 to the HS Safe Room. First Baptist Church will be providing lunch for ALL STAFF on Monday at 11:30. Everyone is invited. On Wed, Aug 7, all staff will report to the MS Safe Room at 7:30. Staff pictures will be taken on Wed. Students first day is Thur, Aug 8! #WeareValliant!
Reminder- anyone that has not completed enrollment forms and drawn for their locker that will be in grades 6-8 can do so tomorrow from 11 am to 7 pm.
Patrons and Friends, we have tried very hard since last spring to find a Band Director and or Choir Director. We have suffered many disappointments in this search. So, we need your help. Please share this post or reach out to anyone you know that may be interested in our position. The teacher shortage is real.
Physicals for bus drivers or any athlete needing a physical in Grades 6-12 will be July 25 at 6 pm at Scoggins Field House. Cost $10 for students. Dr. Mike Irvin conducting physicals.
2019-2020 Middle School Enrollment July 24th - 6th Grade 8:00 am-4:00 pm July 25th - 7th Grade 8:00 am - 4:00 pm July 29th - 8th Grade 8:00 am - 4:00 pm July 30th - 11:00 am - 7:00 pm anyone that needs to come in the evening. A parent or guardian must be present to complete enrollment forms. There is no advantage to being the first or last in line. Students will draw for lockers this year. New students may come on the designated days to enroll, however if you attended a different school last year, you may need to complete a transfer form in the superintendents office if you have not done so already. Schedule changes may be requested before the first day of school but will only be granted based on academic need. It is important to keep class sizes as small as we can to create a better learning environment for everyone.
Coaches, Athletes, Parents and Patrons, The OSSAA has established Dead Week for June 29th through July 7th for all schools. No athlete, coach or facility may participate in any activity related to athletics. Signs are posted at all sites. Please do not be the reason that we have to forfeit games or suffer suspensions. Thank you for your cooperation.
Coaches, Athletes, Parents and Patrons, The OSSAA has established Dead Week for June 29th through August 7th for all schools. No athlete, coach or facility may participate in any activity related to athletics. Signs are posted at all sites. Please do not be the reason that we have to forfeit games or suffer suspensions. Thank you for your cooperation.
Patrons of the Valliant Schools and Members of the Valliant Community, the Safe room at Valliant HS is open should you wish to make use of it this evening. Please be mindful of your children and pets must be in approved containers. Please be weather aware and be safe.
Patrons of the Valliant Schools and Members of the Valliant community. The Safe Room at Valliant High School is open for Please be weather wise and use caution.
HS Baseball Players and Parents, unfortunately the weather is not cooperating. Soper called this afternoon and cancelled games for tomorrow (Tuesday) due to the fact their field is currently "under water.". Please share.
HS Baseball Players and Parents - The HS Games at Smithville have been rained out for today (Monday). The bus will be leaving at 10am on Tuesday for Soper. Please Share. #wearevalliant
Valliant HS Baseball on Monday. Players need to be at the Indoor by 4:00. Bus rolls at 4:15. Play Antlers and Smithville in Smithville starting at 6. HS Players bring White Top and T Shirt. 9th graders bring your MS game Jersey from this year.
Valliant athletes, don't forget Summer Pride starts tomorrow. Athletes will work out on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. HS Boys at 7 am, MS Boys at 8:15 am, and Girls at 9 am. Dedication and commitment now will lead to success later. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
MS Baseball parents and players, Coach Abbott has agreed to help out and Coach our MS Baseball team this summer. We have a few dates scheduled beginning June 17. Please watch this page for additional information. Please share or tag as needed.
After consulting with Valliant Emergency Management and Valliant PD, we have decided to open the Storm Shelter at the HS for this afternoon and evening. Please keep an eye on the weather, and be safe. Remember if you are using the Shelter to please monitor your children and all pets must be in airline approved containers. Thank you for your support of Valliant Schools.
Baseball parents and players, as you may know, we are currently searching for a Baseball Coach. We are very aware that there is a Summer schedule and we very much want the kids to have an opportunity to play. We have made arrangements for Coach Carlisle to take the HS team and honor most of those schedule commitments. We are still working on a plan for MS. Please be patient as we work through the process. CWall
As storms approach our area please be weather aware. The high school safe room will be open and available. We ask that you supervise children and that all pets are in airline approved containers.
As a precautionary measure, the High School safe room will be open this evening. Please remain weather aware and take advantage of this shelter if you need to do so. Please remember to supervise your children at all times. Pets should be restrained in airline approved containers.
Due to the weather, High School Graduation will be held at 8:00 in the Auditorium. Doors open at 7:00. Students were given 10 tickets a piece. YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET TO BE SEATED IN THE AUDITORIUM. Once all the ticketed seats have been filled, the remaining seats will then be offered to those without a ticket. Overflow will be seated in the gym. The ceremony will also be streaming in the gym and on this page with Facebook Live. We apologize for the inconvenience, but this is our best solution for the rainy weather. Congratulations VHS class of 2019! “It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog!”
The Valliant Schools Athletic Banquet and Awards Program will begin at 6:00 pm tonight at Valliant First Baptist Church. Awards will follow in the Church Auditorium. Thanks so much to Valliant First Baptist for hosting our program.
It's a busy day for the Bulldogs! Good luck to all the members of our Curriculum Team at the state Academic Championship, the Girls Track team at the State Track Meet, and to the Bulldog Baseball Team at the Regional Tournament vs Pocola at 3:30. Don't forget our Lady Dawgs Softball team is in the State Tournament on Monday!
As a precautionary measure, we have decided to open the Safe Room at the HS this evening. Please remain weather aware this evening and take advantage of the shelter if you need to do so. Please remember to supervise your children at all times. Additionally pets should be restrained in airline approved containers. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
The Class 4A State Softball Tournament has been postponed until Monday, May 6 in Shawnee.
Valliant Residents and Patrons, we have been monitoring the weather this evening. As always, we have visited with Valliant PD and Valliant Emergency Management. Although we are not currently under a specific watch or warning, the possibility for threatening weather exists. After some discussion, we have decided to open the safe room at the HS site in order for you to have a safe place to shelter this evening. Again, this is entirely precautionary. Please stay weather alert and know you are welcome to shelter at the school if the need arises. Be safe.
Valliant Patrons and Residents, on this wet and stormy Saturday, we are making plans for our Storm Shelter at the HS to be open to provide you a safe and secure place to gather should the weather become threatening. I have contacted Valliant Emergency Management, Valliant PD and we are all monitoring the weather. We will notify you as soon as we decide to open the HS Safe Room. Stay weather alert today! It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
8th grade cap and gown rental money due Thursday, April 4th - $10.00
Parent Teacher Conference Thursday, April 4, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Parents and Patrons, as you may be aware, the state assessment window opened this morning. This year, we are testing more students by computer than ever before. As a result, we have disabled many of our functions that work normally using WiFi such as the Remind Me app. If you are trying to reach someone using that messaging function, it is likely not to work during test sessions. We are sorry for the inconvenience. You should still be able to reach the teacher through email.
Attention Seniors! Cassandra Cox will be filming the Baccalaureate and Graduations Ceremonies. She is selling the DVD’s, which also includes the Senior Video, for $20. The Video’s will be ready for pick up in Late May/ or June. There is a $5 fee for shipping the video. You may pick up an order form from Mrs. Citty, Mrs. Chandler, or Mrs. Morse. All orders and money must be turned in by April 25th.
Parents & Teachers: Just a reminder that Pre-K enrollment will be held tomorrow at the Elementary School from 8:15 - 3:00.
Valliant Middle School baseball players need to be at the field tomorrow (Thursday) at 11:30 am for their game.
HS Baseball will be playing today (Mon Mar 11) in LeFlore at 5:00 pm.
MS Baseball games scheduled for today (Monday, Mar. 11th) have been moved to Atoka. Game time 5:00.
Patrons of the Valliant Public Schools. On Tuesday, April 2 we will be having an election in our district for school board. If you live within the boundaries of the Valliant School District and are not registered to vote, tomorrow (Friday, Mar. 8) is the last day to get signed up. You can register at the McCurtain County Election Board office in Idabel. If you happen to reside in The Choctaw County portion of the Valliant District, you can register at the Choctaw County Election Board office in Hugo.
SEA Walk/5K! WALK /RUN to raise awareness of people with special needs and raise funds needed for special education athletics. Date: 04/27/2019 -- 5 K Time: 7:00 am -- SEA Walk Time: 9:00 am -- Pre-register by: 04/12/2019 •Pre-registration guaranteed shirt size -$25.00 •Day of event registration- shirt size may not be available. RAFFLE! -- CONCESSIONS! -- MUSIC! 5K registration at Valliant City Park. SEA Walk to follow at Valliant Football Field. Sponsored by: Valliant Public Schools For more information or to register call: Dimple Wickson 580-317-5072 or Trista Fenley 580-513-6208
Parents of 5th, 6th, 7th and 12th grade students, don’t forget tomorrow is immunization day. Please return the permission slip with your child.
Parents, On Monday, Rachelle Gee, School Nurse sent a Permission Slip home to the parents of 5th, 6th, 7th, and 12th grade students concerning immunizations. Shots will be given at school on Wednesday. Please return the slip with your child on Wednesday.
Valliant patrons. Bus 9 is running late this morning. It is on the way. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Students and Parents, we certainly hope everyone is feeling much better. We will return to school on Monday. Remember that organization and spring sports pictures will be taken tomorrow. Basketball Sr Night will be tomorrow night. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
VMS Talent Show deadline has been extended until Tuesday Feb 12 at 4:00. Paperwork & $10 entry fee due at that time
Parents and Patrons, We have been watching our attendance numbers very closely over the past two days to monitor the spread of illness in our school. Looking at those numbers today we see a continued increase in student absenteeism. As a result, school will be dismissed on Wednesday, Feb. 6, and Thursday, Feb. 7. I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, however we feel this is the best option for the health of our students and staff. Classes will resume on Monday, Feb. 11.
The Miss Valliant Elementary Pageant is this Saturday at 6:30 in the auditorium. Please come out and support our girls and our elementary for an evening full of fun and entertainment. Admission is $5 for adults and $3 for children.
Talent Show paperwork and $10 entry fee due Feb 7. Also need detailed description of act or video clip by Feb 7. Paperwork available in school offices.
Students, Parents, and Patrons, the Valliant Public Schools will not be in session on Martin Luther King Day (Monday, Jan. 21). Our teachers will be meeting for Training and Professional Development. Have a great day on Monday and we will see you on Tuesday.
Free ACT Prep Workshop. Speaker-Bethany Farley from Idabel High School. March 26 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm in the High School Safe Room
The high school student council will be hosting a week dedicated to raising money for St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital. Our goal is anywhere from &2,500 to $3,000. This week will take place February 11th through February 14th. We are also calling this week DAWG week which stands for “Doing a World of Good.” The high school student council will be selling Valentine’s flowers and a few other activities. We would love for every building, organization, or group to do something to raise money for Valliant Schools to send to this worthy cause. If you would like to participate in this, please let us know as soon as possible. Contact Kendra Asbill for more information.
Friday night, January 4th, Wright City at Valliant! JV at 5, Varsity Girls at 6:30, Varsity Boys at 8. Dog is man's best friend, except on LumberDawg game night!
Our VMS/VHS Ugly Christmas Sweater Program is tonight at 6:00 p.m. Our students will be entertaining you with acapella, traditional, comical, and modern songs, as well as dance. Thank you for showing your support to these hard working students! They appreciate it! Free Admission (donations accepted)
Homecoming Night in Valliant! Come join us for Homecoming festivities at 6:00 pm in Bulldog Gymnasium. Valliant vs. Rock Creek following Homecoming! Go Dawgs!
We are now declaring an ALL CLEAR condition at the Valliant Public Schools. Students that remain at evacuation sites will be returned to the school. The school will return to normal operation and buses will run at 4:00. Students that were checked out may return to the campus to retrieve vehicles and personal belongings.
Valliant Patrons, The Valliant Public Schools have received a threat that can not be determined whether or not it is credible. As a precautionary measure we are relocating our students to their emergency evacuation locations. Once we are relocated, you may sign your student out from that location. Elementary students will be relocated to the Family Life Center at First Baptist Church; MS students will be relocated to the Sanctuary at First Baptist Church and HS Students will be relocated to the Valliant Assembly of God Church.
Basketball Homecoming is the week of December 10-13th. Our Valliant Bulldogs will play Rock Creek. The theme is “Valliant’s Got Game.” The dress-up days are as follows: Monday—Battleship Day—battle of the classes-Elementary wears blue, Middle School wears green, Freshmen wear red, Sophomores wear pink, Juniors wear grey, Seniors wear purple, Faculty wears black Tuesday—Cranium Day—nerd day, Wednesday—Scrabble Day—dress like something that starts with the first letter of your name, Thursday—Valliant’s Got Game—orange and black.
Times for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow will be: 4TH-5TH AT 10:30-11:00 MIDDLE SCHOOL AT 11:05-11:30 1ST-3RD AT 11:30-12:15 HIGH SCHOOL AT 12:20-12:45 K AND PREK AT 12:45-1:30
The Regular Board of Ed meeting scheduled for tonight is cancelled. A Special Meeting will be held at 5:15 pm, Wed, Nov 14th in the Media Center.
JOM Choctaw Native Dance Workshop for ALL JOM students will be held Tuesday, November 13, 2018 from 4 pm until 5:15 pm in the Valliant Cafeteria. Presented by Durant Choctaw Cultural Department. For more info call 580-933-7232
Seniors and Parents: Mrs. Citty needs your pictures for the Senior Video. Two Baby pictures and any pictures you would like to share from Elementary, Middle, and High School. Group Pictures are awesome. Please put your name on the back of the pictures or email them to her at email@example.com
Valliant choirs present A show for younglings’: where Disney meets nickelodeon Come join us… Where all of your dreams come true… When: Saturday, November 3rd Where: VHS auditorium Time: 6:00 p.m.
As you may already know, the City of Valliant has experienced a main line water break. The estimates for how long the water would be interrupted varies. As a result, due to the break the Valliant Public Schools will be dismissed at 1:00 pm. We will continue to serve lunch, but we are asking that all parents that can pick up or check out their children please do so ASAP. We will attempt to contact all parents in the elementary and middle school of bus riders to make sure the children are accounted for. Buses will run at 1:00 pm.
As you may already know, the City of Valliant has experienced a main line water break. The estimates for how long the water would be interrupted varies. As a result, due to the break the Valliant Public Schools will he dismisses at 1:00 pm. We will continue to serve lunch, but we are asking that all parents that can pick up or check out their children please do so ASAP. We will attempt to contact all parents in the elementary and middle school of bus riders to make sure the children are accounted for. Buses will run at 1:00 pm.
The middle school football game for today has been cancelled.
It’s Gameday! And, better yet, it’s Homecoming! Kickoff at 7:00 pm. Homecoming festivities at 6:30. We have been monitoring the weather and expect a crisp cool dry evening. Hope you can make it out to support our kids. The stadium seats will be a little wet so bring a towel and get there early. It’s a Great Day to be a Bulldog!
Come join us tonight at the Homecoming Community Bonfire. We will fire it up at 7:30. Hope you can be there and support our Bulldogs!
Valliant Middle School Football game at Idabel for tonight (Tues. Oct 9) has been cancelled due to weather.
VHS Homecoming Spirit Week, “ Homecoming Is What’s Up”, October 8th-12th, Monday-“Giddy ”-Western Wear, Tuesday-“Wake Up”-Pajamas, Wednesday-“Surf’s Up”-Hawaiian/Tie Dye, Thursday- “Power Up”-Orange & Black, School Wide Pep Rally will be held in the Auditorium beginning at 2:45 pm on Thursday, October 11th. Parade will immediately follow the Pep Rally. We will have a Community Bonfire on Thursday, October 11th by the Valliant High School Softball Field @ 7:30 pm.
The Lady Dawg Softball regional is live on HD94.7 right now.
Parents please check with your children today concerning flu shots available on Tuesday, October 2. Please return permission forms to school by Monday, October 1. All shots are FREE.
Valliant Quarterback Club is selling Shirts and Hoodies until Oct. 3rd. Black Basic T-shirts - $15 Black Short Sleeve Dri-Fit T-shirts $25 Bell Canvas Triblend Black T-shirts $25 Black Hoodie $30 Soft Long Sleeve Black $15 Sizes YM, YL, Adult S to XXXL For more information Contact Autumn Whitby in the High School.
Football is in in Hugo. Not raining in Hugo at the moment. Get your raingear out and come support our Bulldogs. Fan of the Game contest tonight in the stadium. Kickoff at 7:00 pm
The Valliant School PTO will be meeting on Monday the 24th at 6:30 pm in the Party Room next to the Tag Office in Valliant. All Parents, Patrons and Teachers are encouraged to attend.
Hey all you Valliant Schools Parents, just in case your kid forgot to tell you, Parent Teacher Conferences are from 4 to 7 pm tomorrow. Hope to see you there.
Middle School Quiz Bowl will be hosting a bake sale starting at 9 am on Saturday September 22 in the old dollar general parking lot.
"Pack the Park' on Thursday for the final District softball game of the season as our Lady Dawgs take on Wilburton right here at home. Let's all show up to support our Diamond Dawgs as they get ready for the playoffs. Pack the Park, Thursday vs Wilburton.
District play opens this week as the Valliant Bulldogs travel to Hugo to face the Buffaloes at 7:00 Friday. This week we want to take our "Bulldog Rowdy on the Road.". We want to encourage all our fans to bring their best game to the stadium and get "Rowdy" all night. We'd love to see you on your feet, cheering with the Cheerleaders and being as loud as you can be on every important down. We will be choosing one of our fans to be the "Bulldog Fan of the Game!" That fan will receive a $20 Subway card as a reward. So come on and bring your "Bulldog Rowdy on the Road" with us!
Parents and Guardians, please check with your child today to see if they have information regarding immunizations that your child needs. If you have this information, please return the forms to school this week. Immunizations will be provided on Monday, Sept. 17.
On Monday, September 10, we will be making some changes to the bus routes that will affect Buses 2, 3, and 11. The routes will go back to more of a traditional route as Bus 3 will be resumed. This is being done to allow our kids on these routes to spend less total time on the bus. We will be sending information home over the next few days with bus riders on the affected routes. Please look for information and maps concerning this change. For more information, please contact Mr. Abbott at (580) 743-6787.
It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog! And btw, Monday will be a great day too, because there is NO SCHOOL! Football on Friday as the Bulldogs host the Greenhill Hornets at 7:00 pm. On Monday, the Valliant Lady Dawgs host Wilburton at 4:00 pm. Be there and #liVeorange!
On this day, August 28, our KIDS won a huge victory, as the voters in the Valliant Public School District chose to support our children with the approval of a bond to purchase safe and reliable buses. We at the school make a solemn promise to our patrons regardless of how they voted, that we will do our best to be good stewards of all our resources. More importantly, we will fight for our children every time they deserve better. Thank you to all who supported our kids and to all who worked hard in that effort. It truly is “A Great Day to be a Bulldog!” Craig Wall, Supt.
Election Day in Oklahoma. Polls open for 2 1/2 more hours. Don't forget to Vote! Our kids are worth it!
Senior Slide Show Mrs. Citty needs pictures for the Senior slide show! Two Baby pictures and any other pictures you would like to share. Put your name on the back of all pictures. Put them in an envelop or ziplock baggie. Pictures will be returned as soon as they are scanned.
Today is Election Day! Don’t forget to Vote! Our kids are worth it!
Come join us in Rufe on Tuesday, August 21st at 6:30 pm to learn about the upcoming Bond Election for Valliant Public Schools. We will be at the Rufe Community Center. Come get your questions answered and learn the truth about leasing, election costs, taxes, and why the school needs buses. Our kids are worth it.
Don't forget the community meeting in Millerton on Thursday night in the Community Building at 6:30. We will be addressing issues like Leasing vs. Purchasing. We always want to make the best use of your tax money. Leasing buses is very costly and every dime would have to be taken from money dedicated to providing educational services for the kids. We are not asking because we want new buses. We are asking because we need new buses. Join us in Millerton on Thursday night.
Millerton Community Meeting! Thursday Night, Aug 16, Millerton Community Building, 6:30 pm. Please come and get all the information on the Valliant Transportation Bond Issue. If you need additional information, check out the Fact Sheet under Documents at www.vpsd.org. Please Share!
The storms on Friday left their mark at the Lady Dawg Softball Field. The wind blew down the fence along the right field line. After the Orange and Black Scrimmage this morning, the Bulldog Football Team used some of their skills to put things back together for the Softballers. These "Men at Work" are showing us all how to #liVeorange. It's a Great Day to be a Bulldog.
The Valliant Board of Education will be having three Special Meetings to provide you with information concerning the Bond Election scheduled for August 28. We hope you will be able to join us at one or more of the meetings. The meetings are scheduled for 6:30 pm and will be held Thursday, August 16 at the Millerton Community Center, Tuesday, August 21 at the Rufe Community Building, and on Monday, August 27 in the Saferoom at Valliant High School. We are looking forward to seeing you there.
If you live in the Millerton area, we hope you’ll join us at 6:30 pm on Thursday, August 16 for a Community Meeting at the Millerton Community Building. We will be discussing the Valliant School Transportation Bond. If you have questions or just need more information, we hope you can attend. The election is on August 28 and all registered voters in the Valliant School district are eligible to vote. For more information, check out the Fact Sheet under Documents at www.vpsd.org.
On August 28, Voters in the Valliant District will go to the polls to decide the fate of a School Bus Transportation Bond. Please review the Fact Sheet in the Documents section on the Valliant App or on our website at www.vpsd.org
Parents, Students, and Patrons, Due to an unexpected change, we are forced to make a change in Bus Routes 2, 3, and 11. If you live on or know someone that lives on those routes, please study or share the attached information. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Additionally, if you or someone you know is interested in becoming a bus driver, please contact Carl Abbott, Jr., Transportation Director. His contact info can be found in the attached information.
Parents and Students, a number of activities such as athletics, PE, and recess at school present some inherent risks. Accidents happen and sometimes result in injury. As a result, our school has partnered with K&K Insurance Group to provide supplemental insurance coverage. This insurance is voluntary and may be purchased to help defray costs associated with accidents. For more information, please see the Student Insurance information under Documents on the vpsd.org website or at www.StudentInsurance-kk.com. Valliant Schools receives benefit or monetary gain from this program.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug 1 marks the beginning of a new school year at Valliant. Our teachers report for their first day of work At each site we welcome many new Teachers and each site will have a new Principal. Excitement is in the air and we are looking forward to the opportunity to work with and learn with your children next week. The first day for students is August 6. For enrollment and other information, check the VPSD.org website, the Valliant App, or the Valliant Public Schools Facebook Page. It’s a Great Day to be a Valliant Bulldog!
Valliant Elementary will be having Meet the Teacher/Enrollment Night on August 2nd from 4-7p.m. The following grade levels will hold grade level meetings with parents during the following times in the Elementary Gym. We strongly encourage our parents to attend the grade level meetings and Meet the Teacher/Enrollment Night. 4th Grade - 5:00 p.m. Kindergarten - 5:30 p.m. 5th Grade - 6:00 p.m.
JOM school supplies will be available for pick-up tomorrow, July 23 from 8 - 4 in the media center. New students enrolled in Valliant Public Schools who have a valid CDIB card are also eligible for JOM supplies. New students must bring a valid copy of their CDIB card to pick-up supplies. JOM supplies will also be available for pick-up on Meet the Teacher/Enrollment night which will be held on August 2nd from 4-7 p.m. for elementary and middle school students.
Middle School enrollment will be Thursday August 2nd in the cafeteria from 5 to 7 pm. The middle school supply list can be found on vpsd.org under documents.
Mr. Pannell will be mailing out letters to elementary students (grades K - 5th) tomorrow. The letters will introduce himself and inform them of their teacher for the upcoming school year. Students should begin receiving letters in the mail on Friday. Pre-enrolled Pre-K students' letters will be sent out at a later date due to lack of all student's addresses.
If your student qualifies for supplies through the Choctaw Nation JOM program they will be available for pick-up towards the end of July in the Media Center. We will post pick-up dates and times on our school website as soon as the information becomes available to us.
Meet the teacher/enrollment night for grades Pre-K through 5th grade will be held on Thursday, August 2nd from 4:00-7:00.
New student and Pre-K parents may enroll their students beginning July 23 - August 2 during the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
August 6th—Students 1st day of school
The Valliant Public Schools are currently seeking applicants for the following positions: Elementary Teacher, Middle School Science Teacher, Assistant Football Coach (TFO), HS English/Language Arts Teacher, HS Boys Basketball Coach (TFO), and Bus Drivers. See more detailed information under the Documents Section of the Valliant Schools Website www.vpsd.org
Hey, Valliant kids, don't forget the Summer Feeding Program started today! Get breakfast or lunch at the Cafeteria absolutely free. Doesn't matter if you go to school at Valliant or not. Any kid 18 and under can eat free, Mon-Thur until June 28.
Summer EBT for Children Program Families with children receiving free and reduced school meals may receive free food this summer The Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services is now accepting applications for the Summer EBT for Children program. To apply over the phone, call the Chickasaw Nation SEBTC at (580) 272-1178 or (844) 256-3467 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Friday). Or apply on-line at www.Chickasaw.net/SummerEBT This federally funded program is available to anyone; you do not have to be Native American to qualify. Qualifying families will receive approximately $30 of free food per child per month for May, June and July. Benefits are on an EBT card (works like a debit card) that allows you to purchase healthy food for the summer. To qualify for Summer EBT for Children, your child must meet the following requirements: • Enrolled in a participating school district in grades Pre-K – 12th grade • Receive free and reduced meals at school Participation in this program will have absolutely no impact on any government assistance that you and your child may currently receive. Information provided by you on the consent form or any records obtained for this program will be kept confidential as allowed by law and will be used only for this project. Once approved, Summer EBT cards will be mailed to the address you provided along with a list of participating stores and a food card (shopping list) that will help you identify approved food items.
Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) at Valliant Public School Cafeteria, May 21-June 28th, on Monday-Thursday except Memorial day. Cafeteria will be open from 7:45-9:00 for breakfast and 11:30-12:30 for lunch. ALL children 18 yrs and under eat free!
This next week is a busy one at VPS. Not only is it the last week of school but it is chocked full of Banquets, Programs, Graduations and other events. Check the events tab on the Valliant Public Schools App or on our website at www.vpsd.org
Class 3A Regional Baseball at Vian has been postponed until Friday at the same times.
It is with much pride that we announce the Valliant FCCLA Chapter has been selected to receive the 2017-18 Bronze Star Chapter Award by the Oklahoma FCCLA Organization. The Valliant Chapter earned points toward this award for their participation in FCCLA events this year. Congratulations to all the members of Valliant FCCLA and to Mrs. Lindsey Ensley, Advisor.
Congratulations to the Valliant Lady Dawg Slow Pitch Softball Team for a great season.
Valliant Bulldog Baseball wins the Class 3A District Championship today over Antlers by scores of 12 to 11 and 9 to 6.
Valliant SEA Walk is on Saturday morning rain or shine at the Valliant High School Gym! The Walk, Music, and Prizes will all be inside if necessary. Come join us for a great cause and a good time! All proceeds support Valliant SEA Athletes!
Today, April 18, is the last day to sign up for Summer School for Grades K-3rd.
Attention parents of Pre-K students, Regarding the field trip to the petting zoo; Please send your child in an orange shirt tomorrow if possible and tennis shoes. Remember they may get dirty so play clothes are recommended. Also, if you marked that you will provide your child’s lunch please don’t forget to send it in the morning. We will board the bus right after breakfast and leave the school at 9 a.m.
Parents, Patrons and Friends, Valliant Public Schools will be IN SESSION on Wednesday, April 11 and Thursday, April 12. While the Walkout for Educational Funding continues, we feel that it is important for us to return to school. We will continue to support and participate in advocacy efforts in OKC and here locally. We will make every effort to continue to be represented at the Capitol. Thank you for your continued support of the Valliant Public Schools.
Parents and Patrons, the Valliant Public Schools will be closed on Tuesday, April 10 in support of the Walkout for Educational Funding. I know this creates many hardships for you as parents and for our students. However, we believe that it is important and necessary for the long term benefit of our students, our school, and our state. It is our hope that this situation will be resolved quickly and that we can get back to school as soon as possible. Our current plan would be to return to school on Wednesday.
Parents and Patrons, as you know, schools across our state have been closed as a Walkout for Educational Funding has spread statewide. Although we have sent delegations from our school this week and have tried to continue to have school, it has been difficult. On Monday, April 9, we will be joining many schools and our colleagues in the Walkout. Valliant Public Schools will be closed on Monday, April 9th in support of increased educational funding for our students and classrooms. I am sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, but feel it is the right decision to make at this time. I encourage you to support us in our efforts and support education in Valliant and Oklahoma. We plan to return to school on Tuesday.
The Valliant Public Schools will be in session on Monday, April 2. Thank you for your support of Valliant Schools and education in Oklahoma.
Valliant Community Egg Hunt sponsored by the Valliant Jr. Chamber will be Friday, March 30, from 10 – 12, at the Valliant City Park. Ages Toddlers to 5th grades. There will be prize drawings before the hunt. For more information, contact Mrs. Ensley at (580) 933-7292.
The Valliant Public Schools will be having an All Staff Meeting today at 4:10 in the HS Safe Room. The staff will be discussing the PROPOSED work stoppage beginning April 2.
Bulldogs Baseball beat Caddo 13-1 yesterday. Playing at Hartshorne this afternoon. Record is 4-2. In six games, the Bulldogs have outscored opponents 61-23.
Lady Dawgs Softball suffered their first loss of the season this morning, 16-15 to Silo, in the Washington Tournament. Then beat Blanchard 13-11. Record is 8-1. Playing Washington next.
The Valliant Lady Dawgs win in the 1st round of the Washington Tournament, beating Latta 22-15, International Tie Breaker. Record is 7-0.
Varsity Baseball schedule change - Game added at Caddo, Thursday, March 15, 5:30 PM
Bus 11 will run after bus 5 returns drops off students in the morning. The delay may be as much as one hour. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Route 1 and route 11 do not have bus drivers for this afternoon. Each route will be run once two other routes return. This is approximately a one hour delay for routes 1 and 11.
Route 11 will be delayed Wednesday morning for students to be picked up. Bus 5 will once again pick up students resulting in a 45 minute or more delay. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.
Bus 5 does not have a bus driver for this afternoon. This route will be delayed until approximately 5:15 PM before students will leave school to returned home. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Bus 11 will be late picking up students Tuesday morning. Students will be picked up by Bus 5 after that route is finished. The delay may be as much as one hour Tuesday morning.
Route 5 has no driver this afternoon. Students are being supervised in elementary gym. When Route 1 returns at about 5:15, Route 5 students will be taken home. This is due to shortage of sub drivers.
Registration is now open for the 2018 Free Summer Academies in math, science, and technology. https://www.okcollegestart.org/High_School_Planning/Summer_academies/summer_academies_full_list.aspx
Read Across America Week--Thursday, March 1st Activities: Red and White Day! NHS Students--Reading to Elementary! Seussical Musical, Jr. the musical (3rd to 5th) in Wright City.
Read Across America Week--Wednesday, February 28th Activities: Foxiest Socks Day! Boy Scouts--Reading to Elementary! Seussical Musical, Jr. the musical (pre-K to 2nd) in Wright City.
Read Across America Week--Tuesday, February 27th Activities: Wear Your Clothes Inside Out Day! FCCLA Officers-Reading to Elementary. Family night at the Book Fair 4:30 to ??
Read Across America Week--Monday, February 26th Activities: Crazy Hair Day. FFA Officers reading to Elementary. Drop Everything and Read Day--School Wide! Scholastic Book Fair Begins in the Elementary Library.
Parent Teacher Conference--Thursday, February 15th: 4:00 - 7:00 PM, Friday, February 16th: 9:00 AM - 12 Noon
Valliant Public School will not make up the sick days, January 10 & 11.
Congratulations to the following students: Class of 2018 Co-Valedictorians Dallas Donaldson Ryan Tuck Brauna Young Lionso Lujan Jayden Snapp Conagher Vesseni Kyia Martin Jessica Stuart Class of 2018 Honor Graduates Maci Dickey Laini Hisaw Sydney Hammock
Class of 2018 Honor Graduates: Maci Dickey, Laini Hisaw, & Sydney Hammock
Class of 2018 Co-Valedictorians: Dallas Donaldson, Ryan Tuck, Brauna Young, Lionso Lujan, Jayden Snapp, Conagher Vesseni, Kyia Martin, & Jessica Stuart
Red Ribbon Week Dress-up Days •Monday the 23rd Team Up Against Drugs… (Dress as your favorite team.) •Tuesday the 24th Don’t do drugs, you’ll be a Geek so lets dress up like a Greek… (Dress in your favorite fraternity or sorority style.) •Wednesday the 25th Say “Howdy” to a Drug Free Future..(Dress Western) •Thursday the 26th Be a JEAN-ius and Don’t Do Drugs…(Wear Jeans and a red shirt)
Seniors:If you missed the FAFSA Completion Workshop last night, please remember to file your FAFSA this month. Completing the FAFSA is free! Please contact Mrs. Morrow for an appointment.
Tuesday, October 10th Choctaw Nation High School Student Services will meet with students who have a Choctaw CDIB card. 10:30 AM: Freshmen & Sophomores 11:00 AM: Juniors & Seniors
Choctaw nation and the Health Dept are having a flu clinic on Wednesday, October the 18th for students and staff.
Louise Scarborough will present an "ACT Test Taking Skills" workshop on October 13th at 10:00 AM. The workshop will be held at the Mattie Terry Library. The cost is $10. If you have any questions, please contact Kayla at the Mattie Terry Library ((866) 258-6157.
Are you a high school senior athlete who has at least a 3.0 GPA? If you answered "yes" then you need to apply for the Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship. Phase 1 of the application is due October 2nd. https://www.wendyshighschoolheisman.com/application/
The Congressional Award is the United States Congress’ award for young Americans. It is non-partisan, voluntary, and non-competitive. The program is open to all young people ages 14 to 23. Participants earn Bronze, Silver, and Gold Certificates and Bronze, Silver, and Gold Medals. Each level involves setting goals in four program areas; Voluntary Public Service, Personal Development, Physical Fitness, and Expedition/Exploration. Earning the Award is a fun and interesting way to get more involved in something you already enjoy or something you’d like to try for the first time. You move at your own pace, on your own or with your friends. This is not an award for past accomplishments. Instead, you are honored for achieving your own challenging goals. Regardless of your situation, you can earn The Congressional Award. The Congressional Award has no minimum grade point average requirements. It accommodates young people with special needs or disabilities who are willing to take the challenge. For more information and registration instructions, please visit the following website: http://congressionalaward.org/program/
Juniors & Seniors: Free Speech Essay Contest Deadline: December 31, 2017 https://www.thefire.org/student-network/essay-contest/
Seniors: Please utilize this scholarship database on a regular basis. https://secure.okcollegestart.org/Home/Educators/Scholarship_Corner.aspx
Valliant Flu Drive. Free Flu shots will be available to everyone 5 yrs old and up. Parents/Guardians must accompany minors. Hosted by McCurtain County Health Department & Choctaw Nation. October 13, at Valliant Elementary, from 9:00am to 2:00pm. For more Information call (580) 286-6628.
Homecoming Dance 2017 sponsored by VHS-Student Council.The dance begins when the game is over and ends at 11:30. Valliant High School Only. Admission $5; must have Homecoming Permission Letter
ACT registration deadline is Friday, September 22nd.
Homecoming Dress Up Days: Monday-Oz the Great and Powerful-Wear Green and Bling, Tuesday-Twister Tuesday-Wacky Mismatched Day, Wednesday-Which Witch is Which-Twin Day, Thursday-Lions & Tigers & Bulldogs-Oh My! Black and Orange Day
Student Council is recognizing the following Cancers for Win-Win week next week, please wear the following: Monday- Royal blue to recognize colon cancer Tuesday- Teal for cervical cancer Wednesday- Gold for childhood cancer Thursday- Pink for breast cancer
FAFSA Workshop (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) For: High School Seniors planning to attend a university, college, or technical school. When: Monday, September 18th, Time: 10:00 AM, Location: Auditorium, Guest Speakers: Kendra Gross, Campus Director, SOSU-Idabel Campus or Julie Jefferson, SOSU Guidance Specialist.
Parent Teacher Conference Thursday, September 21, from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm and Friday, September 22, 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
CONGRATULATIONS Football Homecoming Queen Candidates Allison Crow Dallas Donaldson Jaci Fuller Jessica Stuart Samantha Stuart
Homecoming Theme: "There's No Place Like Homecoming!" - Wizard of Oz Spin
High School Students: The time has come......school is now in session! To help you get back into the swing of things, take a look at OKcollegestart.org's High School Planning timelines. These timelines can help you get ready for high school and have a successful experience. https://secure.okcollegestart.org/High_School_Planning/High_School_Planning_Timeline/Landing_Page.aspx
8th, 9th & 10th Grade Parents: Oklahoma's Promise, formerly known as OHLAP, allows students to earn a college tuition scholarship if they meet certain academic and conduct requirements in high school. Students must enroll in the 8th, 9th, or 10th grade, and your family's income cannot be more than $55,000 per year at the time you apply. There are additional financial, academic and conduct requirements to get and keep the scholarship in college. Please see me for additional information or visit www.okpromise.org
Runner Girls and Guys and free exercise class after school every Wednesday at 4:30-5:30 at the Valliant Park.
Valliant Bulldogs Football intrasquad scrimmage, Saturday, Aug 12th, 10:00 AM, at Bulldog Stadium. Come out and join the excitement!
Valliant elementary parent night is 4-8 Thursday the 3rd. Some grades will have a parent meeting at a specific time, they are as follows: Kindergarten - 5:30 in the Elm. Gym 4th- 6:15 in Elm Gym 5 th - 6:30 in Elm. Safe room
Valliant JOM students may pick up school supplies on Thursday July 20th from 8:00-4:00, And week of Monday July 24-27th at the Valliant Media Center from 8:00-4:00. Students may also pick up supplies during scheduled enrollment times. If a student does not have a current copy of CDIB on file at the school they can bring a copy to receive school supplies. For more information or other pick up arrangements, please contact Linda Coffman at 580-933-7232 or 580-743-6785.
VMS enrollment is Thursday, August 3rd from 5:30-7:00. You will be given an enrollment packet to fill out. When you turn that in, the student will be able to go into the middle school and pick their locker. 8th graders---if you bring a baby pic of yourself (make sure your name is on the back), you will receive a homework pass. If you have a digital version, email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Elementary Parents The Elementary School Supply Lists are in the Documents folder.
•All Schedule changes should be requested prior to the 1st day of school (August 7).
Students may pick up schedules, request schedule changes, and choose lockers on: Seniors: Wednesday, July 26 Juniors: Thursday July 27 Sophomores: Friday, July 28 Freshmen: Monday July 31
Attention all parents of VMS 7th and 8th grade Baseball players for 2017/18. There will be a parent meeting TONIGHT in the HS Safe Room at 8:30 (Tuesday) with Coach Carper. Please attend if at all possible to discuss the summer schedule.
High School: Senior packets and 9th-11th grade report cards are ready to be picked up! Please come by the high school office.
Valliant Athletics Booster Club meets 4th Wednesdays at 5:30pm at the JPS Conf Room. Next meeting May 24. All Bulldog family, friends, & fans are invited. For more info call or text 405-999-6543.
Valliant Summer Food Service Program will begin May 22, 2017 thru June 29, 2017. All Children 18 yrs and under will eat free meals on Monday through Thursday (except 5/29/2017 Memorial Day) Breakfast served 8:00-9:00 and Lunch served from 11:30-12:30. For more information contact Shannon Roberts 580-933-7140 or Linda Coffman 580-933-7232. “This Institution is an equal opportunity provider”.
Valliant High School Athletic Banquet tonight at 6:00 pm at the Valliant Cafeteria. Come join us as we celebrate VHS Athletics. Tickets $10
The Baccalaureate Service for the Seniors at Valliant High School is tonight at 6pm in the Valliant Auditorium.
Due to the weather the elementray tug of war today has been rescheduled for Monday at 12:15pm
The elementary track meet has been rescheduled for Tuesday May 2
Valliant High School will be the Host Site for the Class 5A Regional Slow Pitch Softball Tournament on April 27. Game 1 Valliant vs. Madill 1:00pm Game 2 Beggs vs. Heavener 2:15pm. Others follow.
Valliant Baseball District Playoff will be played on TUESDAY, April 25 at Antlers beginning at 2 pm.
Seniors: The Valliant Alumni Scholarship is now available. Please pick up the application in the black stand beside the counselor's door. The deadline is May 1st.
Don't forget, Valliant Special Education SEA Walk going on right now at the Valliant Gym. Come support our athletes before noon today.
Seniors: The Classroom Teachers Association Scholarship in now available. Please pick up the application from the black stand outside the counselor's office door. Deadline - April 27th
SEA Walk/5K Run to benefit Valliant Special Education Athletics, April 22, 2017, 5K @ 7:00 am, SEA Walk @ 10:00 am Pre-Register by April 4, 2017, For more Information Contact, Charla Clements (580) 933-7248, Dimple Wickson (580) 317-5072, Linda Coffman (580) 933-7232, Click on the link below for Registration Form http://5il.co/11z3
Lady Dawgs Softball wins the Wilburton Tournament with a 20-12 win over Okemah. Jordan Hardin closed it out with a Grand Slam! The Lady Dawgs outscored opponents 68-15 in 4 games.
The Vallinat MS Baseball Invitational Tournament has been DELAYED due to weather. We will resume on Saturday at 10am with Battiest playing Valliant B.
Our hearts are heavy today and we send our prayers to the Mt.Pleasant, TX Schools who are suffering today. The HS Boys Track Team was involved in a tragic bus accident resulting in the injury of a number of students and the loss of Coach Angelica Beard. Please join us in prayers for comfort and healing for the student, coaches, and families affected by this tragic accident.
Valliant HS Baseball at Atoka game time for Tues. March 21 has been moved to approximately 5:30. Game will follow a MS contest.
SUMMER EBT FOR CHILDREN: Chickasaw Nation Nutrition Services in partnership with Choctaw Nation is accepting applications for the Summer EBT program. Application deadline is June 1st, to apply go to www.chickasaw.net/summberebt or call Chickasaw Nation SEBTC at (580) 272-1178 or (844) 256-3467 between 8 – 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
Valliant Bulldog Baseball started the season with a series of 1 run losses. Yesterday, they picked up their first win 4-3 over Talihina. Today at Valliant, Bristow at 5PM, & Kingston at 7PM.
Ms. Kimberly Hobbs and the following students attended the 2017 McCurtain County Trash Off Poster Contest Reception. Savannah Coffey placed 1st and Benz Choonoo placed 5th in the 10th-12th grades division. Abby Bowen placed 1st and Anita Hedrick placed 3rd in the 8th-9th grades division. Ms. Hobbs was awarded Outstanding Teacher Award. Great job ladies!!!
Valliant MS Baseball will be playing at Idabel today. Valliant fields are too wet.
HS Softball will be playing Haworth at Ft. Towson today. Valliant Fields are too wet.
8th-12th grades: 25 FREE Summer Academies will be held this summer at different Oklahoma colleges and universities. APPLY EARLY ok.highered.org/summer-academies 1-800-858-1840
The Bulldog Family requests your prayers for Aiden Poorman a student at Valliant Elementary that was severely injured this weekend. Valliant Elementary is taking donations to help his family in this time of need. If you can help, please contact Ms. Kay Nelson at (580) 933-7248.
Dear Patrons, As we start to enter into storm season, I wanted to remind you that the Safe Room at Valliant High School will be the primary shelter to use in case of threatening weather. We will work in cooperation with the Valliant Emergency Management, Valliant PD and Valliant FD to open the shelter when the need arises. All are welcome. Pets must be contained in airline approved containers.
The Valliant Varsity Basketball teams play Regionals at Washington, OK Thursday, Feb 23. Girls play Washington at 6:30pm. Boys play OKC Douglass at 8:00pm.
The Valliant Athletics Booster Club will meet at 5:30 pm today, Wed, Feb 22, in the JPS Conf Rm.
Freshmen & Sophomores: The ACT registration deadline is March 3rd for the April National ACT. You may see Mrs. Morrow for registration assistance or sign up at www.actstudent.org
Juniors: You will take the ACT test for "free" at our campus on March the 21st. There is no registration process for this test.
When you ask your child how school is going, do you get the same, "I'm doin' ok..." Today is a great day to find out. Parent Teacher conferences today 8 am to 12 pm.
Valliant Schools Parent Teacher Conferences: Today 4pm to 6pm Tomorrow 8am to 12pm
Seniors: If you are planning to pursue a degree in the teaching field, please see Mrs. Morrow for the Delta Kappa Gamma Scholarship.
Seniors: The February Senior Advisement is now available! Please see your English teacher, counselor, or teacherease email for this information.
Valliant Public Schools will be having Parent-Teacher Conferences on Thursday, Feb. 9 from 4 pm until 6 pm and on Friday, Feb. 10 from 8 am until noon. We hope that you find these times convenient to meet with your child's teacher.
Baseball and Slowpitch Softball schedules for High School and Junior High are now available in the app and online.
Congratulations to Valliant Varsity Girls Basketball, MC-6 Tournament 3rd Place with a 43-25 win over Smithville.
Congratulations to Valliant Varsity Boys Basketball, MC-6 Tournament Consolation Champs with 59-52 win over Smithville.
Seniors: The January Advisement is now available! Please see your English teacher or Mrs. Morrow.
Seniors, planning to attend Southeastern Oklahoma State University, are encouraged to apply for the Presidential Leadership Class Scholarship. The deadline is January 31st. https://doc-0s-34-apps-viewer.googleusercontent.com/viewer/secure/pdf/ikfie06jhktspsoj2ee54uq2q39tmjdm/6t7hqaaq9l6h5f5da5igkb61e8dsb9qe/1484161050000/lantern/08511821053493169037/ACFrOgAk--tyKRnxKMZxYWkJKktmyEvXcfmkzG-1zJ1t6ZKOaSQzBJ0zUxxEYFMHhhm38rCTnL0LbPRGo9mQpSfTxbjkMI5LTi6wK_KvP6y4ZtlsdmyCbR3h_MU-SvA=?print=true&nonce=q6ijhc8624s4e&user=08511821053493169037&hash=j44sbhvuo0tedafnrmuf812sf9e9njpp
Seniors who are planning to attend SOSU-Idabel campus, are encouraged to apply for the Charles Womack Memorial Scholarship application. Deadline is April 1st. Please see Mrs. Morrow for more info.
January 6, 2017 - Due to weather, tonight's High School basketball games at Eagletown have been cancelled.
The Valliant Lady Dawgs defeated Battiest 52-18 tonight in MC-6 Conference play.
Parents, Students, and Staff, I want to clarify to everyone that there is NO SCHOOL in Valliant on Monday. School will resume from the Christmas break on Tuesday. Enjoy your last day of vacation. Happy New Year!
Parents, Students, and Staff, I want to clarify to everyone that there is NO SCHOOL in Valliant on Monday. School will resume from the Christmas break on Tuesday. Enjoy your last day of vacation. Happy New Year!
Lady Dawgs beat Antlers 59-46 in Semifinals of Choctaw Nation Invitational.
Valliant Boys Basketball lost to Antlers 49-46 in the Consolation Bracket of the Choctaw Nation Invitational. #okpreps
Valliant Boys Basketball lost to Rattan 58-54 on Thursday in the 1st round of the Choctaw Nation Invitational. #okpreps
Lady Dawgs beat Caney 46-41 on Thursday in 1st round of Choctaw Nation Invitational. #okpreps
On Tuesday, Dec. 13, the Oklahoma Dept. of Health notified our school concerning the potential for the spread of Mumps into our area. THERE ARE NO SUSPECTED CASES IN THE VALLIANT AREA AT THIS TIME! However, they wanted us to be aware that there are currently 20 cases among residents of McCurtain County, and another 7 reports under investigation. Mumps is a virus that is spread from one person to another by coughing, sneezing, kissing and other types of direct contact with saliva, such as sharing food or drink with an infected person. Symptoms of mumps include swelling on one or both sides of the face, tenderness of the salivary glands in the cheek and jaw area, slight fever, headache, general aches and muscle pain. Our school nurse has been very much out front in making sure that we are monitoring the situation closely. Right now, the Health Department does not believe that the disease will spread to our area, but as families come together during the holidays, there is some potential for exposure due to the ongoing outbreaks occurring in Oklahoma and Arkansas. A person with Mumps is contagious for about 5 days, however, the onset of symptoms in someone that is infected may take 12 to 25 days. If parents observe symptoms of mumps in their child, we are strongly requesting that the child be kept at home for the five days after those symptoms are discovered. This is the most effective way to prevent the disease from spreading. Two doses of the MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) vaccine that are required for school attendance is 88% effective in preventing mumps. The MMR vaccine is recommended on or after a child's first birthday with a second dose at four to six years of age. The McCurtain County Health Department recommends that parents follow-up with their child's healthcare provider to determine if the child is up-to-date on their MMR vaccination. Children that need to receive the MMR vaccine may get it from their healthcare provider or their local county health department. That is the reason they are notifying us now. We need to be aware of the symptoms and procedures to follow so that we can be prepared as we return to school in January. Please follow the link to read the Health Department Fact Sheet for more information concerning Mumps. https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/Mumps.pdf
Valliant businesses and patrons beware. A company is making cold calls to businesses in the area selling advertisements for T Shirts that will be thrown out at games. They are not an authorized vendor for the school. If you would like to participate in a T Shirt throwout or other similar endeavor, please contact the school and we can make arrangements for a mutually beneficial event. Lets keep the money at home.
Elementary Parents-Today is the last day to enter your child in the Little Miss Valliant Elementary Pageant. Entry forms and the $30 fee is due in the Elementary Office today by 5 pm.
The missing times for all game schedules on the Valliant School App have been restored. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.
Valliant 5th and 6th Grade Basketball at home vs. Wright City, today at 5:00 . Valliant 7th and 8th Basketball at Wright City today at 5:00.
We are currently working with our App design team to determine why the times of scheduled games are showing 12:00 am on the App on both Iphone and Android devices. If you are looking for specific scheduled times of events, they are available on the Valliant Schools Website at www.vpsd.org.
Valliant Girls are Runner-up in Rock Creek Tourney. They lose to Rock Creek 60-53.
Valliant Boys win 3rd Place in Rock Creek Tourney with 65-57 win over Soper.
Final Boys Haworth 47 Valliant 44 in Rock Creek Tourney. Valliant plays for 3rd at 4:30 tomorrow.
Final Girls Valliant 53 Soper 30 in Rock Creek Tourney. Valliant girls play in Championship game tomorrow at 6pm. #okpreps
Valliant Boys beat Fort Towson 51-30 in Rock Creek Tourney
Final Valliant Lady Dawgs beat Caddo JV 51-14 in 1st round of Rock Creek Tourney.
Final Boys Rattan 63 Valliant 61 in OT
Final Rattan girls beat Valliant 47-44
Final Valliant boys basketball win season opener 65-56 over Fort Towson. #okpreps
Halftime Valliant boys basketball leads Fort Towson 26-23. #okpreps
Final Valliant girls basketball win season opener 58-29 over Fort Towson. #okpreps
The 5th grade Basketball Games scheduled to be played at Valliant today have been moved to Glover due to transportation issues.
Representatives from the Idabel Kiamichi Technology Center will meet with sophomores on Wednesday, November 16th at 1:00 PM in the auditorium. Students will explore career options available at KTC.
Seniors who are interested in attending Northeastern Oklahoma State University, may meet with the recruiter Monday, November 14th at 11:00 AM. Parents are welcome to attend.
JOM CHOCTAW STICK BALL DEMONSTRATION MONDAY NOVEMBER 14TH AT 4:00 MEET IN CAFETERIA MORE INFO CALL 580-933-7232
Kendra Gross will meet with seniors who are interested in attending SOSU-Idabel campus. The meeting will be held in the Conference Room tomorrow, November 8th at 1:00 PM.
Seniors: East Central University will be hosting their Senior Day, "Tiger Connection on Tuesday, November 29th 10:00 AM-3:00 PM. Registration is required. https://ecok.wufoo.com/forms/q2zlq1a157umos/
Way to go VYA Football! Jr. and Sr teams are Super Bowl Champions! Congratulations to the players, coaches and parents for a great season.
Final Hugo 41 Valliant 20 #okpreps
End of 3, Hugo 21 Valliant 20 #okpreps
Half Hugo 21 Valliant 20 #okpreps
End of 1, Hugo 7 Valliant 0 #okpreps
Funeral services for Kerry Don Guest will be held in the Valliant Schools Auditorium on Friday at 10 am. Family visitation will be held at Miller & Miller Funeral Home in Valliant on Thursday evening from 6 pm until 7 pm. Join with all our Bulldog family as we continue to offer prayers and support for the Guest family in their time of need.
Final Wilburton 25 Valliant 6 #okpreps
5:04 in 4th Wilburton 25 Valliant #okpreps
End of 3rd Wilburton 18 Valliant 0 #okpreps
7:54 in 3rd Wilburton 18 Valliant 0 #okpreps
Half Wilburton 12 Valliant 0 #okpreps
End of 1, Wilburton 6 Valliant 0#okpreps
9:22 in 1st Wilburton 6 Valliant 0. Both teams with a turnover. #okpreps
9:22 in 1st Wilburton 6 Valliant 0. Both teams with a turnover. #okpreps
Valliant Bulldogs vs. Wilburton Diggers on Senior Night. Senior Night activities start at 6:30. Kickoff at 7:00. Come out and help us honor our Senior Class.
The University of Science & Arts of Oklahoma is having an OPEN HOUSE! This is an awesome opportunity for students to get to know what it is like to be a student at USAO. This event will take place on Saturday, November 12 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Lunch will be provided. The members of USAO Admissions team as well as current students and faculty members on campus will provide potential students with valuable information during the event. The event will cover important topics such as financial aid, scholarships, admission procedures, our application process and more. Students will also be able to meet with potential faculty advisors and current USAO students as well as taking a full tour of our campus! Students are required to register by following this link: https://usao.edu/forms/openhouse. Students are encourage to bring any family members who may be involved in their decision making process for college. If you or a student has any questions about the event, please feel free to call the main admissions line at 405-574-1357 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's Educational Talent Search and High School Student Services are co-hosting a Chad Cargill ACT Workshop at SOSU-Idabel Campus on November 8th. In order to attend, students must have a Choctaw CDIB card or be a member of Talent Search. A bus will not be provided to this workshop, since we attended the same workshop in September; however, students who attend this event will be excused from school 1st - 4th hours. Students with a CDIB card need to pre-register by calling High School Student Services 1-800-522-6170 ext. 4105. Talent Search members need to pre-register call 800-522-6170 ext. 2711
Seniors & Parents: Please don't forget the FAFSA Workshop is this evening (5:30-7:00 PM). We will meet in Mrs. Citty's room.
Valliant School will have a Flu shot clinic tomorrow, Tues, Oct 18. If you want your child to get a flu shot free of charge and have not done a consent form, call the school nurse at 580-933-7248.
Reminder: Valliant Public Schools will have a Flu vaccine clinic tomorrow, Tuesday, October 18. If you would like for your child to get their influenza vaccine at school free of charge and have not completed a consent form, contact the school nurse at 580-933-7248. All parents and siblings are welcome to come and get their flu shot for free as well!
Final, Spiro 35 Valliant 30 #okpreps
3:15 in 4th, Spiro 35 Valliant 30 #okpreps
1:53 in 3rd, Spiro 35 Valliant 23 #okpreps
7:52 in 3rd, Spiro 28 Valliant 16 #okpreps
7:52 in 3rd, Spiro 28 Valliant 16 #okpreps
Halftime, Spiro 21 Valliant 8 #okpreps
5:04 in 2nd, Spiro 21 Valliant 8 #okpreps
6:11 in 2nd, Spiro 14 Valliant 8. Seth Jones interception leads to 67 yard by Keegan Lininger. #okpreps
11:37 in 2nd, Spiro 14 Valliant 0 #okpreps
End of 1, Spiro 7 Valliant 0 #okpreps
7:14 in 1st, Spiro 7 Valliant 0 #okpreps
No Cost Influenza Vaccine will be offered at Valliant Public Schools on Tuesday, October 18th. Make sure and check your child’s bag as this form has been sent home with students. These forms need to be returned by Monday, October 17th, but NO LATER than Tuesday, October 18th. All parents and siblings are welcome to attend and get their flu shot for free as well! If you have any questions, call the school nurse at 580-933-7248.
Horatio Alger National and State Scholarships eligibility criteria: • Be enrolled full-time as a high school senior in the United States with plans to enter college no later than the Fall semester following graduation • Exhibit a strong commitment to pursue and complete a bachelor's degree at an accredited non-profit public or private institution in the United States (students may start their studies at a two-year institution and then transfer to a four-year institution) • Demonstrate critical financial need ($55,000 or lower adjusted gross family income is required). • Be involved in co-curricular and community service activities • Display integrity and perseverance in overcoming adversity • Hold a minimum grade point average (GPA) 2.0 • Be a United States citizen To learn more and apply, visit scholars.horatioalger.org Application Deadline: October 25
Just four weeks remain for youth volunteers to apply for national recognition through the 2017 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards. This program is an excellent opportunity to shine a spotlight on students who have distinguished themselves through community service, and celebrate the spirit of volunteerism throughout the student body. We hope you'll encourage your youth volunteers to apply. 2017 Prudential Spirit of Community Awards are open to students in grades 5-12 who have participated in a volunteer activity within the past year. Honors are granted at the local, state and national level. The top honorees from each of the 50 states and the District of Columbia receive a cash prize and an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C. for four days of special recognition events. Here's how students can apply: • Visit http://spirit.prudential.com or www.nassp.org/spirit • Complete the application and the student/parent agreement by November 8, 2016 • Email or hand-deliver certification instructions to a middle or high school principal, or the head of a county 4-H organization, Girl Scout council, American Red Cross chapter, YMCA or HandsOn Network affiliate To learn more about the program, call 877-525-8491 or visit http://spirit.prudential.com.
Final, Hartshorne 47 Valliant 0 #okpreps
11:54 in 4th, Hartshorne 34 Valliant 0 #okpreps
Halftime, Hartshorne 20 Valliant 0 #okpreps
11:32 in 2nd, Hartshorne 14 Valliant 0 #okpreps
5:21 in 1st, Hartshorne 6 Valliant 0 #okpreps
Valliant Schools will be having an Immunization Clinic on Tuesday, October 11. Your child may have received a note and consent form from the school nurse. Check the info your child brings home today.
OSUIT Recruiter, Aaron Heller, will host the following workshops Tuesday, November 1st: Seniors at 10:00 AM and Juniors- at 11:00 AM in the high school auditorium. Parents are welcome to attend. Scholarship Search & Application Process By the end of this workshop, students will have gained step-by-step instructions on how to efficiently target/qualify and apply for a multitude of scholarships, thereby increasing the likelihood of success. Handouts include 3 worksheets: 1) tracking, 2) compilation of personal history, and 3) family background. • What background/documents and information to put together for scholarship applications, • Researching scholarships to identify “best fit” • Tracking the application process.
October 26th: Seniors will attend the College Fair at Idabel at 8:00 AM
October 22nd: ACT test
A recruiter from Universal Technical Institute will meet with juniors at 10:00 AM and seniors at 11:00 AM. October 20
October 19th: Students enrolled in AP English 3 will take the PSAT test.
October 18th: Choctaw Nation Student Services will meet with Junior & Seniors who have a Choctaw CDIB card at 9:00 AM; they will meet with Freshmen & Sophomores who have a Choctaw CDIB card at 10:00 AM.
The FAFSA Workshop has been rescheduled to October 18, 2016. This will be a "come and go" event from 5:30-7:00 in which you will work with experienced Financial Aid advisers to complete the FAFSA application. All seniors planning to attend a college or a technical school need to complete this application. Regardless of family income, students must complete the FAFSA in order to receive scholarships.
Final Panama 42 Valliant 28 #okpreps
End of 3, Panama 42 Valliant 20 #okpreps
Halftime, Panama 21 Valliant 6 #okpreps
March 2 Success is an online, self-paced course designed to improve your performance on standardized tests while enhancing your math, science, English and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills. This website is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week so students can log on at times that are convenient for them. March 2 Success is FREE!! March 2 Success can help when taking the following test: ACT/SAT, state mandated assessment examinations, college entrance examinations, trade school entrance test, applying for a job, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) courses, nursing exams, pre-engineering courses, etc. You may enroll by clicking on the registration button and answering a few questions on the following website. https://www.march2success.com
FAFSA Workshop High School Seniors planning to attend a university, college, or technical school. Thursday, September 29th, 10:00 AM, Auditorium Kendra Gross, Campus Director, SOSU-Idabel Campus
Seniors: Don't forget the Oklahoma Hall of Fame Scholarship deadline is Friday, September 30th. The Wendy’s Heisman Scholarship is due Monday, October 3rd.
Middle School Spirit Days— September 28—All Sports Day—Dress up to represent your favorite sport or team September 29—Cowboys and Indians Day— October 3—Black out the Bearcats—Wear all black October 4—Bleed Orange and Black—Be extreme!
8:27 in 3rd, Antlers 42 Valliant 6 #okpreps
8:27 in 3rd, Antlers 42 Valliant 6 #okpreps
Halftime in Antlers, Antlers leads Valliant 42-0 in first district football game. #okpreps
Proud of the Lady Dawgs & how they represent VHS. They battled hard today, but the Fastpitch season ended with 3-2 loss to Wilburton.
Valliant Lady Dawgs lose game 1 of Fast Pitch Softball district Tournament. Wilburton 8 Valliant 3 #okpreps
Parents, don't forget that we will be having Parent-Teacher Conferences on Thursday evening from 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm and on Friday morning from 9:00 am until noon. We hope to see you there.
The Oklahoma Hall of Fame Scholarship application is now available. If you would like to be considered, please fill out the nominator information as if you were me. Brag on Yourself! You know more about you than anyone. I will gladly sign off, but I may need proof of your accomplishments. The deadline is September 30th. You must be planning to attend an Oklahoma college to qualify. http://oklahomahof.com/scholarships
If you have completed community service, you should apply for the Prudential Spirit of Community Award. The deadline is November 8th. https://spirit.prudential.com/awards/how-to-apply%20
The new Coca-Cola Scholarship is available at www.coca-colascholars.org Our CEEB code is 373-695. Coca-Cola gives $3 million in scholarships each year. The deadline is October 31st.
Any senior athlete who excels in academics and community/extracurricular activities should go to www.wendysheisman.com and register for the High School Heisman Scholarship. The deadline is October 3rd.
Hwy 98/70 are open. Eastbound buses (1, 7, 8, and 9) will be later this morning, but will resume normal routes.
Valliant Bus 1, 7, 8, and 9 will run 30 minutes late on Tuesday. Please be patient as we use alternate routes and attempt to operate as safely as possible.
The cleanup at 98/70 will continue Rtues. We are concerned with am bus routes/stops on Old 98, Baker Road, and Roy Roberts Road. Buses 1, 7, 8, and 9 will run 30 min late on altered routes for safety
Valliant Public Schools will be adjusting bus routes east of Valliant this pm. Students may be later arriving home this evening as we route around the accident/fuel spill at 98/70.
A tanker truck hauling GASOLINE was involved in an accident at 98/70 this morning. Students are SAFE and are continuing normal activities. Alternate Bus routes are being planned for this afternoon.
FAFSA Workshop (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) For: High School Seniors planning to attend a university, college, or technical school. When: Thursday, September 29th Time: 10:00 AM Location: Auditorium Guest Speaker: Kendra Gross, Campus Director, SOSU-Idabel Campus Did you know? FAFSA = Free Money for College When it comes to paying for college, money does grow on trees $80 billion = amount of money available to pay for college $0 = amount of money available to pay for college without FAFSA
Valliant JOM/Title VII meeting on Wednesday, September 21st @ 5:30 p.m. in the Valliant Media Center to review and update by-laws, set the calendar for the upcoming school year and elect new officers. All JOM students and parents/guardians are encouraged to attend. For more information contact Linda Coffman at 580-933-7232
Final, Valliant 37 Heavener 17 #okpreps
50 secs left in 4th, Valliant 37 Heavener 17 #okpreps
5:40 in 4th, Valliant 30 Heavener 17 #okpreps
6:24 in 4th, Valliant 22 Heavener 17 #okpreps
6:40 in 4th, Valliant 22 Heavener 10 #okpreps
Halftime, Valliant 14 Heavener 10 #okpreps
7:43 in 2nd, Valliant 8 Heavener 7 #okpreps
7:43 in 2nd, Valliant 8 Heavener 7 #okpreps
8:54 in 2nd, Heavener 7 Valliant 0 #okpreps
End of 1, Valliant 0 Heavener 0 #okpreps
Heavener at Valliant Football still on lightning delay. May not have opening kickoff until 9:15-9:30. #okpreps
Valliant Junior High Softball Won 3rd place last week in Conference Tournament.
Valliant Middle School Football beat Idabel 30-12.
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball lose to Antlers 1-0. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball beat Wright City 5-3. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball lost 6-1 to Guthrie. Goes 2-2 in Durant Tourney pool play. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball beat Ada 6-1 in the Durant Tournament. They play Guthrie at 12:45. GO LADY DAWGS! #okpreps
Final Kingston 62 Valliant 0 #okpreps
Halftime, Kingston 49 Valliant 0 #okpreps
End of 1, Kingston leads Valliant 28-0. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball loses 1st game in Durant Tourney 4-1 to Ardmore. Playing Hugo now. #okpreps
Valliant 8th Grade Football loses 32-8 to Kingston 9th Grade.
Valliant 7th Grade Football loses 30-0 to Kingston.
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball beat Hugo 5-3. #okpreps
Valliant 8th Grade Football beat Hugo 26-0 in season opener.
Valliant 7th Grade Football loses to Hugo 20-6 in season opener.
Valiant Lady Dawgs Softball beat Atoka 4-2. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball defeat Caney13-5. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball defeat Caney13-5. #okpreps
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball defeat Caney13-5. #okpreps
Football Final, Marietta 47 Valliant 20. #okpreps
5:10 in 4th, Marietta 47 Valliant 20. #okpreps
End of 3rd, Marietta 40 Valliant 14. #okpreps
2:40in 3rd, Marietta 40 Valliant 14. #okpreps
Half, Marietta 32 Valliant 6. Valliant turns over on downs on the 5 yard line with 6 seconds left in the half. #okpreps
4:09 in 2nd Marietta 24 Valliant 6 #okpreps
End of 1, Marietta 8 Valliant 0
Bulldog football tonight in Marietta. If you are traveling to the game, there is significant road construction on Hwy 70 between Hugo and Durant. Check the VPS App for directions to Marietta.
Lady Dawgs Softball beat Idabel 8-0 by run-rule.
Lady Dawgs beat Kingston 1-0 on the diamond today.
Varsity Softball: New game on schedule: Monday, Aug 29, 4:45 PM at home vs. Kingston.
Valliant Lady Dawgs Softball gets a win and loses 1 today in Plainview Tourney: won 18-0 over Marietta & lost 6-4 to Norman North.
Correction: There will be a Varsity Football Parent meeting on Thursday, Aug. 25 at 6:00 pm at the John Paul Scroggins Conference Room.
VHS Softball games for today (Monday) have been cancelled.
It's a whole new experience! Check out the new website at www.vpsd.org for all things Valliant Public Schools.
VHS game for today (Thursday) at McCurtain County Softball Tourney has been cancelled. New brackets are being prepared assuming play can resume on Friday.
2016 Valliant MS Softball Tourney is officially rained out. The games will not be made up.
The McCurtain County Softball Tourney games for today, Thursday, 8/18 have been postponed. Battiest is attempting to get the field dry to attempt to play today. Times are currently unknown.
Sophomores and Freshmen at Valliant High School will be attending an assembly program today in the Wright City High School Gym from 1:15 to 2:45.
Varsity Softball games for today at Broken Bow have been cancelled due to wet fields.
Valliant Middle School Softball games today have been cancelled due to wet fields.
Valliant Lady Dawgs Fastpitch Softball first win, beat Colbert 5-2 in the Rock Creek Tourney. Play Tushka at 2:20 tomorrow. #liVeOrange
The HS Varsity Scrimmage at Talihina has been rescheduled to Friday, August 19 at 6:00 pm.
Seniors, don't forget Senior Pics are Thursday!
Valliant FFA is starting the year off right! Over the summer, our students that won at the state contest were able to compete on the national level. Riley Musset and Jordan storey were chosen as top 4 finalist in their respective areas. They were chosen as the top 4 out of all 50 states. They will interview and compete at National Convention in October.
HS Softball at Smithville has been cancelled.
Don't miss out on anything at Valliant Public Schools. Download the VPS App today. iPhone: https://appsto.re/us/z8MUdb.i Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.apptegy.valliant
Valliant Public Schools congratulates Wren Baker, VHS Class of 1996. Wren is the new Director of Athletics at the University of North Texas. http://www.meangreensports.com/genrel/072916aab.html