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SUV Donation

THANK YOU!!
On behalf of Colbert School, we would like to express our gratitude to the Colbert City Council for their generous donation of a pre-owned vehicle to our school. The city council’s support and commitment to the safety and security of our school community are deeply appreciated, and we are honored to receive such a valuable asset.  We are very lucky to have such a strong partnership between our school and the city. We look forward to continuing working together to create a safe and supportive environment where every student can succeed.


 

Academic Team
8th and 9th GRADE ACADEMIC TEAM
REGIONAL CHAMPIONS
STATE BOUND
We are proud of you!  


CONGRATULATIONS TO EMMA WARD & MALACHI LEWIS ON
SIGNING THEIR LETTER OF INTENT TO ATTEND MURRAY STATE COLLEGE AND COMPETE ON THE MSC LIVESTOCK JUDGING TEAM.

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The Bulletin Board

PACKED PROMISE
Packed Promise now accepting applications!
Packed Promise is a home food delivery service for Chickasaw students that provides a month’s worth of shelf-stable breakfast and lunch meals. The food benefits increase food access, food security, and diet quality for children ages 4-18. To be eligible, participants must be students in pre-K through grade 12 and must qualify for free or reduced-cost school meals. Benefits are available to participants residing within Chickasaw Nation boundaries and in Atoka, Caddo, Canadian, Cleveland, Comanche, Cotton, Hughes, Pittsburg, Pottawatomie, and Seminole counties. One box of food per child will be delivered each month. Each box contains up to 25 pounds of shelf-stable food along with an EBT card each month to buy fresh/frozen or canned fruits and vegetables at Chickasaw Nation WIC grocery stores or farmers’ markets. If you have previously applied before Aug. 1, 2023, it is time to renew your application to continue receiving benefits through Aug. 1, 2024. Please complete and submit the annual recertification application at PackedPromise.com. For more information, please visit Chickasaw.net/ PackedPromise, and to apply online visit PackedPromise. com

 

SUMMER EBT PROGRAM
Parents with children receiving free or reduced-cost school meals are invited to apply for the Chickasaw Nation Summer EBT program. Qualifying families receive funds on an EBT card, which allows for the purchase of healthy food during the summer months. The program extends through Sept. 14, 2024. This program is open to anyone who meets the criteria regardless of tribal affiliation. To learn more or apply, visit ChickasawNationHealth. net/SummerEBT or call Monday-Friday from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. at (580) 272-1178 or (844) 256-3467.

 

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