Congratulations Michele Carnott Hefner MIddle School Teacher of the Year 2019-2020
December 13, 2019
Congratulations to our Students of the Week. Ava Tu 6A, Adrian Urbina 7A, Tayshee Stephenson 8A.
Next week we will have dress up days for the Holiday season!
Monday - Holiday hat or any other hat day.
Tuesday- Wear blue jeans with a college shirt
Wednesday- Sweats and hoodies
Thursday- Ugly Christmas Sweater
Friday- Pajama Day
If you missed the NJHS meeting, or still need to pay your dues or donation, please see Ms. Ostercamp in A206 to find out what you missed and pay. All donations are due by Tuesday.
Next Tuesday staff/student volleyball game during electives. Cost $1
Candy Cane grams will be on sale through this Monday 12/16 before school and during 7th and 8th grade lunch! You can buy one for yourself or send one to a friend for only $1.
Audition and Crew Packets for the spring play, Law and Order: Fairy Tale Unit are ready to be picked up in D106! Auditions will be Jan. 13th-17th. If you have any
David Holt, Mayor of Oklahoma City, speaks to 7th grade students. Mayor Holt is a former Hefner Junior High student.
6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Resident Affidavits/ Verification
If you are currently residing with another family member or a friend and have enrolled your child or children into the Putnam City School District using their address for proof of residency, you must update your residency affidavit/verification form BEFORE the start of the 2019-2020 school year.
What to Bring: Both parties (parent/guardian and property owner) must appear to sign the documents with their personal identification, such as a driver’s license. In addition, the property owner must bring his/her lease or mortgage and a current utility bill (electric, gas or water). The parent/guardian will need to provide official mail such as a bank statement medical bill, insurance papers, DHS documents or other personal bills.
iPad Continuation Plan
Putnam City School District is proud to be a one-to-one technology district. This individual access to iPads allows our students the privilege to be on the cutting edge of education. To ensure that we can continue this program, students will be held accountable for damaged iPads. Below is the iPad Continuation Plan. Even with this plan, the district incurs a large amount of repair cost. Students will be held accountable for a portion of repair cost upon the second incident of damage during middle school, even if the damage does not occur within the same school
year. Incidents of damage do not start over each year, instead they carry over each year of middle school. Students who have outstanding damage fees will only be allowed access to a computer in the classroom until the damage charge is paid in full. The most common incident reported is iPads being stepped on while on the floor. Please communicate with your student to keep their iPad off of the floor at all times, especially while at lockers and switching classes. We look forward to another year of learning on iPads, and are grateful that our district is able to provide these great learning tools on an individual basis to students. iPad Continuation Plan: 1st Time – No charge, 2nd Time -$30 charge, 3rd Time - $50 charge, 4th Time -Full Repair Cost