Skip to main content

Meal Pickup Announcement

Beginning September 8, 2020 Colbert Public Schools will be serving breakfast and lunch meals to any child ages 2-18. The meals will be available for pickup at the cafeteria door on the south side between 9:30 am and 10:30 am. It is preferred to email the school at lunchroom@colbertisd.org with the number of meals needed so they will be ready for pickup, although it is not required. Parents or anyone else picking up meals cannot come into the building.

COVID-19 Reminder for Parents

Parents, Please watch your children for any signs of COVID-19. If a child is showing signs, keep them home and notify the school. If you are not sure whether you should send your child to school or not, call the school prior to sending them.

20-21 School Year Updates for Parents

We are asking parents to check the temperature of their children before sending them to school and keep them home if they are running a fever. We encourage you to transport your children to and from school if at all possible but not required.

20-21 School Year Updates for Students

All students are encouraged to bring a clear water bottle to school. Only water will be allowed in those bottles. The doors to the High School and Middle School will open at 7:55 am this year. Students will be allowed to wait outside by the basketball courts, but not in front of the building.

ENROLLMENT

PRE-K and HEADSTART ENROLLMENT IS NOW OPEN.

CLASS OF 2021
BACCALAUREATE SERVICE
SUNDAY, MAY 2 @ 2:00 PM
@ THE COLBERT UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

 


CLASS OF 2021
GRADUATION
FRIDAY, MAY 14
@ 7:00 PM
IN THE BIG GYMNASIUM

 


COLBERT SCHOOL
PRE-K and HEADSTART ENROLLMENT IS 
NOW OPEN.


The Colbert Honor Society Blood Drive will be held on Monday, April 26, from 9:00 to 3:00 in the school’s Library / Safe Room


UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
SUMMER READING 
SKILLS PROGRAM

Click here to view the flyer
 


Choctaw Program Provides Meals Delivered to the Homes of Children in Need

DURANT, Okla. (March 22, 2021) – Nan Isht Aiyukpa, which is “Blessings” in Choctaw, is the newest program offered by Choctaw Nation Health Services Authority’s Nutrition Department. To start, this program will be offered to all Choctaw children who qualify for free or reduced-price lunches in Atoka, Bryan, Choctaw, Coal, Hughes, and McCurtain counties.

“The goal is to have a program in all the counties the Choctaw Nation serves that will provide meals for the children in need. Some of those programs are in person, but for the more rural areas, Blessings is able to get the food to them,” says Debra Queen, Director of Nutrition Services.

The Blessings program provides a box of shelf-stable meals to all Choctaw children enrolled in school (pre-kindergarten – 12th grade) in a partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Boxes are delivered to participant homes. Children receive 14 shelf stable lunches and snacks with each delivery. Participation in the Blessing Box program does not affect eligibility for any other food assistance program.

To enroll your child(ren), fill out the form found at www.choctawnation.com/blessings-box.


Beginning December 1, all students (grades 1st through 12th) and staff will be required to wear a mask while in the hallways, on the bus, and in the cafeteria, unless they are eating. Teachers may also require them to wear a mask in the classroom depending on the circumstance. Two reusable masks were provided to all students and staff at an earlier date.


Meal Pickup Announcement…...Beginning September 8, 2020 Colbert Public Schools will be serving breakfast and lunch meals to any child ages 2-18. The meals will be available for pickup at the cafeteria door on the south side between 9:30 am and 10:30 am. It is preferred to email the school at lunchroom@colbertisd.org with the number of meals needed so they will be ready for pickup, although it is not required. Parents or anyone else picking up meals cannot come into the building.  Click here to view the Nondiscrimination Statement

 

 

#proudofourstudents

Concurrent College Enrollment Info