Collinsville, Oklahoma
August 6, 2015
School Preparations
Random Photos
From Week Prior
To Start Of Classes
About $4000 worth of ECC Kindergarten supplies were delivered by the First Baptist Church August 5th (for each classroom) as part of their women's missions. This is the 4th year those supplies have been provided by the church.
8th graders were at the middle school Tuesday morning to pick up their schedules ... as did all other middle school and high school students (below) this week (August 4-5-6).
Junior High softball practice (along with other softball, volleyball, football, cross country and band practices this summer).
The enrollment center at the Education Services Building has very busy for the past month.
Construction at the high school will continue for months after the start of classes for two gyms and the old commons redo.
Supplies arriving at ECC from the First Baptist Church.
Another load of gravel on the north side of the high school ... some portions will eventually get asphalt.

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This is a simplified overview of the new planned traffic flow for ECC, Herald and Upper Elementary student dropoff / pickup. Instead of pulling directly into the ECC parling lot, ECC parents will drive west past the school and follow the turn circle (#1) to enter the lot coming from the west and dropoff/pickup at (#2) on the east side of ECC as in prior years. Herald dropoff/pickup moves to the back of the building and shares multiple lanes with Upper Elementary traffic. Both Herald & CUE parents enter at the same location east of Herald. The outside lane will be the dropoff/pickup lanes with Herald at (#3) and Upper Elementary at (#4). The inside lane will be used to bypass the dropoff/pickup to get to the next school or exit. The multi-lanes have painted arrows for direction of flow and there will be additional signs posted. Please be patient as folks adjust to the new flow and check back for potential updates. -- Ted Wright 8/4/2015
The middle school crossing guard will be back at 14th Street as in the past (not at 15th Street where he moved last year because of the construction at the First Baptist Church). -- Dale Harp 8/6/2015