Calumet Student Council sponsored a Christmas door decorating contest. Each fourth hour class was given one week to decorate their classroom door. The doors were judged on December 7 by Tina Hunter and Keith Weldon. We had a variety of Christmas themes but the first place winner went to Mrs. Moore's class. Second place winner was Mr. Cooper's class and the third place winner was Mrs. Randell's class. View the picture gallery . . .
The Student Council sent six of its members to the State Convention in Guymon, Oklahoma in November 2016. The convention had various speakers whose purpose was to help students become better leaders and to never give up on their dreams. Students were encouraged to get out of their comfort zone, meet people, dance and have fun. A highlight was listening to a speaker with no arms who had learned to play the drums, the piano . . .
"Elflandia" a musical by John Jacobson and John Higgins will be the Pre K through Fourth Grade Christmas Program this year with Fifth and Sixth Grade Choir closing out the performance. Come join us on December 13th at 1:00pm for our Matinee or our Evening Performance at 7:00 pm. All students in Pre-K through Sixth Grade are expected to be at both performances. They have worked hard and . . .
The 71st Annual Town Christmas Pageant will be held on December 16 at 6:00 p.m. There will be games for the kids which will start at 5:00 p.m. Hot chocolate and s'mores will be served and Elsa and Anna from Frozen will be available for photos at 5:00 p.m. Santa will be arriving in one of our Calumet Fire trucks! Please have your children bring kid friendly food to put in front of baby Jesus. Thank you and have a wonderful Christmas!
Oklahoma has been involved in Science Olympiad for fifteen years, starting first with schools and students in Putnam City Schools and spreading to involve schools and students in large and small, public and private schools from across Oklahoma. Science Olympiad competitions are like academic track meets, consisting of a series of 23 team events. By combining events from all disciplines, Science Olympiad encourages a wide . . .
This football sweater was donated by Larry Powell to Calumet Public School. It was worn by Fred Powell a 1931 Calumet graduate. It is on display in the superintendent's secretaries' office
Calumet School recently acquired four robotic kits for entry into the Wonder League Robotics Competition. Two of these robots are being used by the second grade and two robots are being used by the sixth grade classes. A team of four to five students per team will program each robot. Each team will be responsible for designing solutions to five different challenges they will be presented with. While programming the robots, Dash & . . .