Hefner Middle School
Hefner Middle School Sign
Hefner Doors

Welcome to Hefner Middle School

First page of the PDF file: TransitionPlan
First page of the PDF file: TransitionPlan_2-2


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A/B Schedule In-person Classes start at 7:40 and end at 2:35

Students may bring water bottle, backpack (preferably a string type), sanitizer, lanyard.

Students need to bring iPad charged and ready.

Students will need to bring at least one mask, it is recommended to bring a spare.  It is recommended that students bring a lanyard to help keep up with their mask while they are eating.

Students will have one lunch and one breakfast choice (menus will be posted on district website).

Click here to see a map to determine if a student is A or B


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Bus Information


Bus service for eligible riders will resume Monday, Oct. 26.  Please note facemasks are required for all riders to board and ride the bus.  Masks will need to fully cover the nose and mouth.

Also, due to Covid all riders will have an assigned seat on the bus.  While this is new for most, it is again required for all riders grades K-12 due to Covid.  Please share this update with your child.

Lastly, new A/B bus route information will be available online by noon on Thursday, October 22.  Once the bus information is available you can locate it on the district website under the “School Bus Routes”.

There is also a student locator link called Versatrans on the district School Bus Route Information page. You may look up your student’s information using the password “Guest” and search on Thursday at noon. 



Daily Announcements

November 16, 2020


November 20, 2020


Distance Learning


School News

Yearbook pictures will be taken November 17 and November 19.  You may prepay for your pictures.

With the second semester approaching, families will have the opportunity to make changes to their student’s enrollment.   Second semester options will change due to required teacher staffing. Your child will automatically be enrolled in the traditional in-person learning path unless you opt-out at www.putnamcityschools.org/s2 by Friday November 20th, 2020.    Traditional in-person learning is currently an A/B schedule.  The schedule is subject to change at any given time in the semester.  In-person learning may be five days a week, an A/B schedule, or full Distance Learning based on COVID protocols.  The opt-out options are Putnam City School-at-Home or Putnam City Virtual School.  All classes may not be available in these options.  

Title I Drive Thru Dec 1

Pre-K Program

Clinic Information


I wanted to provide a link from the CDC, “Facts about COVID-19 for discussions with children”, to be shared with teachers who could then share the link with students & their families.

With the abundance of information on the news, social media, and other resources children may worry about COVID-19 and not understand everything. I wanted to share a resource created by the CDC for guidance in helping adults have honest and accurate conversations with children that may minimize anxiety or fear & hopefully increase understanding and healthy behaviors.


This resource corresponds with the following Oklahoma Academic Standards for Health:

OK Academic Standard Health 3.5.2 - Locate resources fromhome, school and community that provide valid health information.

OK Academic Standard Health 1.2.3 - Describe ways to prevent communicable diseases.

Thank you,

Kassi Wise, RN, BSN

Student COVID Hotline



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

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