|More "Resourceful" Wilson Elementary Students|
|Our students continue to learn about resourcefulness at Wilson Elementary. The following 1st and 2nd grade students were chosen from their classroom who best represent being resourceful. -- Lee Ann Due (2/25/2013)|
1st Grade Resourceful Students -- (l-r) Hank Powell, Noah Kelsey, Paxton Holmes, Shayn Mathis, Raeanna Johnson, Ethan Stealer, Alex Bowlin, and Hayden Lassiter
|2nd Grade Resourceful Students -- Skyler Croslin, Zoey Southern, Jacob Munoz, Patrick Kaiser, Sam Salley, Brady Benham, Tate Getz, and Zyann Chadwick|
|Owasso Area Transition Fair March 5th|
| Collinsville Public
School is a part of the Owasso Area Transition team. Part of our goal
is helping students with special needs transition from school life to
life after high school. The transtion fair offers a wide variety of options/resources
for students with special needs.
Lee Ann Smith, Special Education Teacher
Collinsville High School
Owasso Area Transition Fair
Tuesday, March 5th
Owasso Mid High
Over Forty agencies that provide necessary services, education, and job opportunities for students with disabilities will be at this year's Transition Fair. Breakout sessions will begin at 5:30. Some of the presenters include: Goodwill Industries, Pelivan, Tulsa Community College, Department of Rehabilitation Services, OHS Work Study and many more. Door prizes will be given throughout the evening.
The Owasso Area Transition Fair has become a leader in the area of providing opportunities and information to many families in the Owasso, Collinsville, Oologah, Sperry, and Skiatook communities. Please share the information about the transition fair and plan to attend this great evening!
Amy L. Simons
Owasso Public Schools
Tri for Arubah (Video)
-- Please support Adam as he trains for the Panama, FL, Iron Man in November 2013 ....He is also raising awareness and funds for Arubah Community Clinic.
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(1pm Monday Feb. 25, 2013)
Lt. Governor Lamb Declares State of Emergency Due to Winter Storms
OKLAHOMA CITY At the request of Governor Mary Fallin, Lt. Governor Todd Lamb today declared a State of Emergency for 56 Oklahoma counties due the winter storm, excessive snow, and severe weather affecting many areas of the state.
Counties included in the State of Emergency are: Adair, Alfalfa, Beaver, Beckham, Blaine, Caddo, Canadian, Cherokee, Cimarron, Cleveland, Comanche, Cotton, Craig. Creek, Custer, Delaware, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Grady, Grant, Greer, Harmon, Harper, Jackson, Kay, Kingfisher, Kiowa, Lincoln, Logan, Major, Mayes, McClain, McIntosh, Muskogee, Noble, Nowata, Okfuskee, Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Payne, Pottawatomie, Roger Mills, Rogers, Seminole, Texas, Tillman, Tulsa, Wagoner, Washington, Washita, Woods and Woodward. This declaration may be amended to include additional counties as conditions warrant.
The winter storm has already caused dangerous travel condition in northwest Oklahoma as well as sub-freezing temperatures, said Lt. Governor Lamb. I am urging Oklahomans in the impacted areas to take winter storm precautions and stay off the roads unless travel is absolutely necessary. This is a very serious winter storm and we want Oklahomans to stay safe.
The Executive Order allows state agencies to make emergency purchases related to disaster relief and preparedness. It is also a first step toward seeking federal assistance should it be necessary. Under the Executive Order, the state of emergency lasts for 30 days.