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Henryetta Public Schools
05/22/2020

Henryetta Public Schools

May 26th, parents may call to schedule an appointment to enroll Pre-K students. We will also be making appointments for NEW kindergarten students. 918-652-6587 ext. 2290 or 2260. Appointments will be for June 1st-2nd from 8:30-2:15.

05/21/2020
Henryetta Public Schools

Henryetta Public Schools

2020 Summer Driver's Education

Parents & Guardians of Henryetta Public Schools:

Henryetta Public School will have a June and July Session of Driver’s Ed. The June virtual classroom session will be held June 1st-4th from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and the June driving session will be by arrangement June 5th – 30th. The July virtual classroom session will be held July 1st-6th from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., and the July driving session will be by arrangement July 7th – 31st. Students need to be 15 by June 22 to enroll in the June session and 15 by July 23 to enroll in the July session. Class size will be limited to 20 students per session, and the cost is $225. Please make payments to Mrs. Green in the high school office, May 25 – 28 from 9a.m. – 2p.m. for the June session, and June 22 – 30 for the July session (Note: the high school office will be closed on Fridays during this time). You will receive your classroom materials at that time.

There will be a general information meeting Friday, May 29th at 6:00 p.m. in the middle school gym (please enter thru the west gym door) for the June session, and Tuesday, June 30 at 6:00 p.m. (middle school gym) for the July session to provide further information and answer any questions. Students and parents are strongly encouraged to attend.

Students will need to obtain an Oklahoma Driver’s Manual. These are available at the tag office for a small fee, or you may download the manual from the Oklahoma State Department of Transportation website.

05/21/2020
Oklahoma has had an additional 148 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Thursday. There are now 5,680 confirmed positive ca...
05/21/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 148 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Thursday. There are now 5,680 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were five deaths reported today, bringing the statewide number of deaths to 304. One of the deaths reported occurred in the past 24 hours. The State Department of Health stated four deaths happened between May 14-19.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 95 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 4,361. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 21 total confirmed cases, an increase of three positive cases from Wednesday, in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 17 total recoveries, an increase of one recovery from Wednesday, in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 5,680 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 148 newly confirmed positive cases from Wednesday.

➡️ 4,361 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 95 recoveries from Wednesday.

➡️ 304 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of five deaths from Wednesday.

➡️ 1,015 active cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 48 active cases from Wednesday.

➡️ 917 total cumulative hospitalizations, an increase of 12 hospitalizations from Wednesday.

➡️ 149,447 total tests, an increase of 4,229 from Wednesday.

➡️ 201 currently hospitalized, a decrease of 8 hospitalizations from Wednesday. Current hospitalizations are a combination of positive cases and those under investigation, according to the State Department of Health.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Henryetta Public Schools
05/20/2020

Henryetta Public Schools

MS Pre-Enrollment Information:
Please complete the Pre-Enrollment forms for your Middle School student for the 2020-2021 school year; enrollment packets may also be picked up from the Middle School office between 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. - Monday - Thursday beginning Tuesday, May 26. The Athletics Packet may be printed from the school website or picket up in the Middle School Office also.

MIDDLE SCHOOL ENROLLMENT FORM:
https://www.henryetta.k12.ok.us/272334_2

6TH GRADE ELECTIVES FORM:
https://forms.gle/DwuTrTL2qr1E1uyz7

7TH GRADE ELECTIVES FORM:
https://forms.gle/XwqYbkdTk9m4Lri89

8TH GRADE ELECTIVES FORM:
https://forms.gle/fVE7bvd3didysqe66

MS ATHLETICS PACKET (PRINTABLE):
https://www.henryetta.k12.ok.us/272406_2

Oklahoma has had an additional 43 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Wednesday. There are now 5,532 confirmed positive ca...
05/20/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 43 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Wednesday. There are now 5,532 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were five deaths reported today, bringing the statewide number of deaths to 299. None of the deaths reported occurred in the past 24 hours. The State Department of Health stated they happened between April 22-May 18.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 131 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 4,266. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 18 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 5,532 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 43 newly confirmed positive cases from Tuesday.

➡️ 4,266 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 131 recoveries from Tuesday.

➡️ 299 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of five deaths from Tuesday.

➡️ 967 active cases in Oklahoma, a decrease of 93 active cases from Tuesday.

➡️ 905 total cumulative hospitalizations, an increase of 8 hospitalizations from Tuesday.

➡️ 145,218 total tests, an increase of 4,956 from Tuesday.

➡️ 209 currently hospitalized, an increase of 42 hospitalizations from Tuesday. Current hospitalizations is a combination of positive cases and those under investigation, according to the State Department of Health.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Dewar OK
05/20/2020

Dewar OK

Town offices will be CLOSED Monday, May 25th, 2020

Dewar OK
05/20/2020

Dewar OK

We want to encourage our community
to send in those census forms. Many state and federal grants will revolve around our established population.
Dewar is only at 17% completion rate, please get those Census forms completed.

Oklahoma has had an additional 91 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Tuesday. There are now 5,489 confirmed positive case...
05/19/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 91 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Tuesday. There are now 5,489 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were six deaths reported today, bringing the statewide number of deaths to 294. None of the deaths reported happened in the past 24 hours. All six deaths occurred between May 4-17.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 127 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 4,135. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 18 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 5,489 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 91 newly confirmed positive cases from Monday.

➡️ 4,135 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 127 recoveries from Monday.

➡️ 294 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of six deaths from Monday.

➡️ 1,060 active cases in Oklahoma, a decrease of 42 active cases from Monday.

➡️ 897 total cumulative hospitalizations, an increase of 12 hospitalizations from Saturday.

➡️ 140,262 total tests, an increase of 16,308 from Saturday.

➡️ 167 currently hospitalized, a decrease of 13 hospitalizations from Saturday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

05/19/2020
Henryetta Lions Club

Henryetta Lions Club

The Lions will meet at the cowboy park next to the Chamber office on Main St @ Noon today. Bring your lunch. Today’s guest will be Lucy Laird from the OK Blood Institute.

Oklahoma has had an additional 88 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Monday. There are now 5,398 confirmed positive cases...
05/18/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 88 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Monday. There are now 5,398 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were no additional deaths reported in the past 48 hours and the number of deaths remains 288.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 25 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 4,008. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 18 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 5,398 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 88 newly confirmed positive cases from Sunday.

➡️ 4,008 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 25 recoveries from Sunday.

➡️ 288 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma. No deaths were reported in the past 48 hours

➡️ 1,102 active cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 63 active cases from Sunday.

➡️ 885 total cumulative hospitalizations, an increase of seven hospitalizations from Saturday, May 16.

➡️ 123,954 total tests as of Saturday, May 16.

➡️ 180 currently hospitalized as of Saturday, May 16.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Oklahoma has had an additional 73 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Sunday. There are now 5,310 confirmed positive cases...
05/17/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 73 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Sunday. There are now 5,310 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were no additional deaths reported and the number of deaths remains 288.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 38 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 3,983. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 18 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 5,310 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 73 newly confirmed positive cases from Saturday.

➡️ 3,983 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 38 recoveries from Saturday.

➡️ 288 cumulative deaths in Oklahoma. No deaths were reported in the past 24 hours

➡️ 1,039 active cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 35 active cases from Saturday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Oklahoma has had an additional 151 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Saturday. There are now 5,237 confirmed positive ca...
05/16/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 151 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Saturday. There are now 5,237 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were three additional deaths reported, all of which occurred between April 30-May 13, bringing the number of deaths to 288.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 144 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 3,945. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 18 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County, an increase of two new cases from Friday.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County. No new recoveries reported on Saturday.

➡️ 123,954 total cumulative number, an increase of 5,203 tests from Friday.

➡️ 180 currently hospitalized, a decrease of 35 hospitalizations from Friday.

➡️ 878 total cumulative hospitalizations, an increase of 15 hospitalizations from Friday.

➡️ 5,237 total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 151 newly confirmed positive cases from Friday.

➡️ 3,945 recoveries in Oklahoma, an increase of 144 recoveries from Friday.

➡️ 288 (+3 deaths from Friday) cumulative deaths in Oklahoma, an increase of 3 deaths from Friday.

➡️ 1,004 active cases in Oklahoma, an increase of 4 active cases from Friday.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for May 8-14. Data ...
05/15/2020

The Oklahoma State Department of Health has released the Weekly Epidemiology and Surveillance Report for May 8-14.
Data in the report provides a detailed snapshot of confirmed cases, recoveries and deaths in Oklahoma. This week’s report also includes information on antibody testing. According to the state department of health, antibody testing helps determine if someone has been exposed to COVID-19 in the past. It helps health officials understand how fast the virus is spreading through communities.
Some key points from the Weekly Report are:
➡️ 632 confirmed cases in the past week. This is an approximate decrease of 11.2 percent from the week before (May 1-7).
➡️ 24 deaths in the past week. This is an approximate decrease of 36.8 percent from the week before (May 1-7).
➡️ 118,751 specimens have been tested.
➡️ 72 out of 77 counties have at least one confirmed case of COVID-19.

Oklahoma has had an additional 124 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Friday. There are now 5,086 confirmed positive case...
05/15/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 124 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Friday. There are now 5,086 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There was one additional death reported in the past 24 hours, bringing the number of deaths to 285.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 141 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 3,801. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 16 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 118,751 (+6,104 additional tests from Thursday) total cumulative number.

➡️ 215 (-2) currently hospitalized.

➡️ 863 (+5) total cumulative hospitalizations.

➡️ 5,086 (+124) total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma.

➡️ 3,801 recoveries (+141) in Oklahoma.

➡️ 285 (+1) cumulative deaths in Oklahoma.

➡️ 1,000 (-18) active cases in Oklahoma.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office
05/15/2020

Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office

Let us take a moment to remember our Peace Officers today as today is Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Officers Week. It is an observance in the United States that pays tribute to the local, state, and federal peace officers who have died, or who have been disabled, in the line of duty. It is celebrated May 15th of each year. The event is sponsored by the National Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) and is implemented by the FOP Memorial Committee. It’s a week you can honor those still serving with a “thank you” in honor of those who may have never gotten one.

05/14/2020
The Muscogee Creek Nation

The Muscogee Creek Nation

The Muscogee (Creek) Nation Behavioral Health Department would like to announce it's second distribution of care packages for families during COVID-19 shelter in place:

May 15th

Yardeka Indian Community- 9am-12pm

Weleetka Indian Community-9am-12pm

Cromwell Indian Community-1pm-4pm

Dewar Indian Community- 1pm-4pm


MCNBHS will request an email or phone number to send a short survey. Answers will help identify behavioral health needs in the community for future trainings and events.

Mvto!

Henryetta Public Schools
05/14/2020

Henryetta Public Schools

Senior banners are going up!!!

Oklahoma has had an additional 110 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Thursday. There are now 4,962 confirmed positive ca...
05/14/2020

Oklahoma has had an additional 110 cases of COVID-19 confirmed as of Thursday. There are now 4,962 confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 in Oklahoma, according to the State Department of Health. There were six additional deaths reported, including three that occurred between May 4-11, bringing the total number of deaths to 284.
According to the State Department of Health, there were 101 recoveries in the past 24 hours, bringing the statewide total to 3,660. Citizens counted as being recovered by the health department are those not hospitalized, not deceased, and who have had the virus more than 14 days.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is also reporting:

➡️ 16 total confirmed cases in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 16 total recoveries in Okmulgee County.

➡️ 112,647 (+2,788 additional tests from Wednesday) total cumulative number of tests.

➡️ 217 (-1) currently hospitalized.

➡️ 858 (+10) total cumulative hospitalizations.

➡️ 4,962 (+110) total confirmed positive cases in Oklahoma.

➡️ 3,660 recoveries (+101) in Oklahoma.

➡️ 284 (+6) cumulative deaths in Oklahoma.

➡️ 1,018 (+3) active cases in Oklahoma.

For more information, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health’s website.

🔗: https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov

Lake Drive Community Drive-Thru Parade rescheduled
05/14/2020

Lake Drive Community Drive-Thru Parade rescheduled

Dewar High School 2020 graduates
05/13/2020

Dewar High School 2020 graduates

Here is the parade route. It should start roughly at 7:30. Pass the word!

Dewar OK
05/13/2020

Dewar OK

Town Offices will be CLOSED Friday, May 15th to pay our respects to Sergeant Paul Brown.

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302 W Main St
Henryetta, OK
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