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Talihina Public Schools in partnership with parents and community, will prepare productive, responsible citizens capable of reaching their full potential in an ever-changing society.


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May 7th-6th Grade Promotion @ 7:00

May 8th- Senior Graduation @ 2:00
(Tassels for sale in HS office $11.00 each.)


All programs: Sixth Grade Promotion, and Senior Graduation will be in the new gym.  Since the facility has a larger capacity, there will be no limits placed on patrons attending the events.  Masks are encouraged.


Spanish 2 goes to Si Señor to practice Spanish! The students had to give their orders all in Spanish and enjoyed a great lunch!  Señora Lockhart is doing a great job with her Spanish Language Classes!   

 

Mrs. Bethell's Tech Ed classes had a great time launching their rockets this week! She does some great things in her classroom! Way to go Tech Ed!

Talihina Public School would like to say congratulations Ms. Ward & Mrs. Lloyd's Choctaw Language classes for winning 1st and 2nd place in the Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair. We are so proud of you! 
 
Choctaw II 1st Place Short Skit Category
Choctaw I 2nd Place Short Skit Category  
 
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Dear Parents, Teachers, School Board Members, and Community Members:

“College & Career Readiness Assessment Community Stakeholder Consultation”

                 In compliance with Section 1111(b)(2)(H) of ESSA, Talihina High School would like to provide community stakeholders with an opportunity to provide meaningful input regarding our district’s intent to request your permission to administer the ACT in lieu of the statewide assessment. We have been given a choice of giving the ACT or SAT as the end of year Oklahoma College and Career Readiness test. If you live in our school district, we are required to notify you of our decision and why. We have decided to use the National ACT as our district selection for the College & Career Readiness Assessment to be administered to all grade 11 students during the OSTP testing window in the spring. This ACT will also be used to fulfill their graduation requirements as the end of year testing since our students have taken this test for decades and are familiar with it. 

                 Please feel free to give us any feedback you have regarding this selection. We decided on the ACT because it is a Nationally recognized and acceptable college entrance test. Also, if you are a parent of a junior this year we are required to request your permission to give non-test survey questions prior to the ACT test. Your student will soon bring the form home. Return the form as soon as possible.

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