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Parent/Student PowerSchool Access

Please read this important information so you can access your students PowerSchool information. We have installed the newest version of PowerSchool so parents/guardians will now have the ability to create an account that will allow you to access all your students from a SINGLE LOGIN.
You will also be able to create your own User Names and Passwords.

Single Sign On Instructions



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Important Information

Howe Laptop Student Parent Agreement

Child Find Notice To Parents

Parent Right-to-Know Letter.pdf

School Improvement Letter FY15

Parents join the Howe Public Schools' Celly Account for daily announcements, important messages and events, etc.
Join via SMS by texting:

@LionsRoar  to  23559
*USA mobile phones only. Msg & Data Rates May Apply.


Take A "Paws" For News/Events!

"Howe Public Schools will hold a Johnson O'Malley Committee and an Indian Education Committee Meeting on Wednesday, April 29 at 3:00 p.m. in the Technology Building at Howe Public Schools.  All parents of JOM and Indian Education students are invited to attend.  For more information, please contact Tammy Parks at 918.658.2372 or at

Parents of Indian Students: Please complete the Indian Student Needs Assessment Survey Thank you!

Howe Senior Class Survey

Please support the Howe Junior High Lady Lions by purchasing a 2014-15 championship t-shirt!  This is a fundraiser that supports the teams' needs! The Jr High Lady Lions had a great season: Green Valley Conference Champions; Green Valley Tournament Champions; Jr. High LeFlore County Tournament Champions; Record 21-0  Order your t-shirt today!  Orders due May 1 at 8:30 am! Hey team, you will each get a shirt for FREE, BUT, please share with all your Lady Lions' fans!

Mr. and Miss HHS Pageant is next Friday, May 1st at 1:00.  Tickets are $5.00 for reserved seats or $1.00 at the door.  

Pageant contestants: Mrs. Ford needs your picture by the end of this week.  Dress rehearsal will be Thursday, April 30 at 6:00 p.m.

If you are a National Honor Society member and plan to bring any guests to the banquet on May 14, you need to pay for those reservations no later than May 5.

Good luck to Justine Evans and Baley Love as they compete in the State Vocal contest tomorrow in Shawnee!

Good luck to the 8th and 9th grade academic team (Nic Stark, Dalton Kardokus, Nicholas Ford, and Geren Dalton) as they compete in the State OJABA Tournament Saturday in Norman!

This is a very important announcement for SENIORS!  All seniors that are interested in attending KTC after graduation are eligible for a tuition waiver scholarship.  This is free MONEY to you and if you're interested you need to see Mrs. Wright by April 24th!

SENIORS need to bring 2-3 photos for the Graduation slideshow.  (toddler through middle school) by May 1.  Please give photos to Mrs. Parks.

Seniors, if you would like to apply for the Howe Alumni Scholarship, forms are in Mrs. Wright’s office and are due Wednesday, April 29.

Just a reminder May 1st is the LAST DAY to check out books in the Library and ALL books must be returned or paid for by May 8th!

3rd - 12th grade students - All MacBooks, chargers, and bags must be checked in to the your 3rd-8th grade teacher or the HS Computer Lab by Friday, May, 8, 2015 - report any missing keys, damage at the time of check-in.  

No take home privileges after Friday, May 8.

Save any personal files, photos, or music on a back-up drive/disk prior to checking in your laptop.
Cap and Gown Graduation Pictures for high school, 8th graders, and Kindergarten are scheduled to be taken on May 1, 2015.  Packets will be sent out on April 24.  Please bring packets along with money at the time of pictures.
Congratulations! Howe Senior - Chase Blake signs with EOSC Baseball Team

Congratulations to the FFA students who competed in the Poteau P.I. Speech Contest.
  • Kursty Horton, 5th Place: FFA Creed
  • Amanda Weaver, 3rd Place: Ag Business
  • Jentry Brown, 3rd Place: AgriScience
  • Courtney Hall, 3rd Place: General Ag
  • Kealy Brandin, 3rd Place: Plant Science

Advancing on to Districts:

  • Lauren Ford, 2nd Place: Policy
  • Karagin Angel, 2nd Place: Natural Resources
  • Ali Ford, 2nd Place: Plant Science
  • Lari Coker, 2nd Place: General Ag
  • Macee Williams, 2nd Place: AgriScience
  • Remington Wilson, 1st Place: Natural Resoucres

Box Tops Program at Howe Public Schools

In an effort to raise additional funds for our classrooms, Howe Public Schools participates in General Mills Box Tops for Education program. The program has been an easy way for parents and students to earn cash that goes directly to the school. 

If community members are interested in contributing to Howe Public Schools’ efforts by donating Box Tops, please send your clipped box tops to your student’s classroom teacher or building secretary. You may also contact Mrs. Rana or Mrs. Parks at 918.658.3666. Please visit for more information and read the Fact Sheet information below.

Box Tops for Education™ Fact Sheet

About Box Tops for Education

  • Box Tops for Education is a program started by General Mills which helps communities provide kids the tools needed for success by generating cash schools can use for what they need most
  • America’s schools have earned more than $600 million through Box Tops for Education since the program began in 1996
  • Enrolled schools earned more than $80 million dollars for the 2013-2014 school year
  • More than 90,000 K-8th grade schools participate in the program
  • There are more than 90,000 Coordinators involved in the program

How the Program Works

  • There are more than 250 participating products in 42 food and non-food categories that carry Box Tops on their packages
  • Each Box Tops clip is worth 10 cents 
  • It’s simple. Buy the products; clip the Box Tops; send the Box Tops to school. 
  • Each enrolled school has a Box Tops Coordinator that counts and submits all of their Box Tops to General Mills
  • Enrolled schools receive two checks a year from General Mills to purchase the things they need like: books, school supplies, playground equipment, teacher training, computers, etc. 
  • Enrolled schools can earn up to $20,000 every school year by clipping Box Tops from participating products
  • Schools can also earn through Bonus Box Tops offers, sweepstakes, and contests
  • There are not any restrictions on how each school spends their check. Schools can spend their cash to buy what they need most


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2013-14 School Calendar

Blog Posts

Week of April 20-24,Shawna Oglesby

Posted by Shawna Oglesby on April 24, 2015 at 5:30pm

Stace Bobbitt, Kindergarten, Week of April 20th

Posted by Stace Bobbitt on April 24, 2015 at 12:26pm

Jennifer Casey April 20-24

Posted by Jennifer Casey on April 24, 2015 at 8:58am

Stace Bobbitt, Kindergarten, Week of April 13th.

Posted by Stace Bobbitt on April 19, 2015 at 10:11pm

Sue Dodd PreK April 13-17, 2015

Posted by Sue Ellen Dodd on April 17, 2015 at 3:31pm


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Howe Public Schools
21444 East North Railroad
PO Box 259
Howe, OK 74940


District: 918.658.3666
Scott L. Parks, Supt.


Elementary: 918.658.3508
Jeremy Dyer, Principal


High School: 918.658.3368
Don McGee, Principal


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