Taking a "Paws" to Praise Our Most Innovative and Creative Projects
A showcase of innovative and creative student and teacher projects from the PK-12 1:1 learning environment at Howe Public Schools.
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Congratulations to Senior, Chase Blake for being named Howe FireFighter of the Year! We are very proud of you! (Also pictured is Officer of the Year, Keith Gammel)
Several of our students participated in the Special Olympics of Oklahoma 2015 State Winter games in Shawnee and OKC. Howe Senior Dakota Fox and Howe 7th grader, Natalie Farrar bowled Friday in Shawnee, Dakota received a silver medal Natalie received bronze. Saturday morning they teamed up with their unified partners, Howe 9th graders Abigail Davidson and Jodi Tubby. Both teams won Gold! They participated under Team Thunder of LeFlore County.
The Junior High Lady Lions defeated Spiro in the Finals of the Junior High County Tournament. Congratulations to Coach Chris Brown and his championship team!
The 8th and 9th Grade Academic Team is District Champs after beating Oktaha, Porter, and Central on Friday. They will compete in Regionals at Porter on February 21. Congratulations!
This week is Howe Public School’s Random Acts of Kindness Week coordinated by Dawson Jameson and Mrs. Parks’ CLE Live! teams. We hope you all join in on sharing kindness school-wide.
Thank you in advance for doing your part to spread kindness!
Today, Thursday, Jan. 15, the 7th and 8th Basketball teams play Keota @ Howe beginning at 5 pm.
Friday, Jan 16 the 7th/8th grade and the HS Lions and Lady Lions play Bokoshe at Howe beginning at 4:00 pm
Any Junior or Senior that would like to suggest a song for the Prom playlist, needs to visit Mrs. Denton’s room between classes. Please stop by to complete the song request form before Tuesday, Jan 13.
The spring driver's education class taught by Mrs. Donathan will begin on January 26th. To register, please pay the $75.00 fee to Mrs. Peggy Wright in the administration office. Prospective students must turn fifteen years of age by April 15, 2015. This class is limited to the first 20 paying students.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics is hosting a Human Trafficking Public Awareness Seminar at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center in Poteau on Thursday, January 15 at 7 pm