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Basketball Districts will be played at Glencoe on February, 9th-11th.
Click the links below for specific dates and times.
Girls’ Coach: Jessica Asher Boys’ Coach: Paul Duncan
Assisted by Wyatt Asher
2022-2023 School Meals
The federal government ended the Covid Relief Meal Plan that has for the past two years provided free breakfasts and lunches to all students, regardless of income eligibility. Meal prices shown below for the 2022-23 school year were set at the lowest allowable cost that we are required to charge. Please complete the application for free and reduced meals even if you think your family may not qualify. Many different types of state and federal funding that our school receives is based on the number of qualifying students that we have in our school district, so please help our school out by completing the application below and returning it to the elementary or middle/high school offices.
|Student Breakfast||Student Lunch||Adult Breakfast||Adult Lunch|
|Free = $0.00||Free = $0.00||Full Price = $2.25||Full Price = $4.84|
|Reduced = $0.30||Reduced = $0.40|
|Full Price = $1.75||Full Price = $3.60|
PLEASE CONSIDER VACCINATIONS
ANNOUNCINGTelehealth Option for Shidler Students and Staff Is Here
Shidler Schools has entered into an agreement with Pawhuska Family Medical Clinic which allows students and school employees to see a doctor and/or nurse while at school using Telehealth Technology. This technology permits doctors in Pawhuska to conduct many routine screenings and diagnoses on students without students having to miss school or wait days to get a doctor’s appointment. Telehealth patients are assured of the same rights of medical privacy during telehealth visits as would be afforded them during in-person doctors’ visits. The program is optional and parents must give permission for their children to be seen by a doctor. Obvious potential benefits are that students can be evaluated by medical professionals without having to miss school or parents miss work to take their children to a doctor. The School encourages all parents to consider signing their children up for this option. To learn more or to sign up, please access the brochure below.