AT A GLANCE!
Indiahoma Lady Warriors Regional Runner Ups !
Indiahoma Lady Warriors District Champs!
Indiahoma Lady Warriors are Big Pasture Tournament CHAMPS!!
Indiahoma Junior High Academic Team won AREA!
Our Indiahoma VEX Jr High robotics team won 2d in the STATE!
HIGH SCHOOL AND UPPER ELEMENTARY ACADEMIC TEAMS ARE BOTH DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!!!!
OUR HIGH SCHOOL TEAM WAS AN OUTSTANDING COMPETITOR IN THE REGIONAL PLAYOFFS!!!
Both the Indiahoma Jr High Lady Warriors and HS Lady Warriors were Consolation Champs in the Comanche County Basketball Tournament!
Attention Yesterday and today’s Indiahoma Citizens:
There are Indiahoma History Books (copyright 2001)ready to be purchased for $10.00. Just pay Ms. Syd Perry or Ms. Juanell Webster, and pick up your treasure or it will be mailed to you.
The above dates may change if bad weather days are needed.
Indiahoma Public School Receives College Readiness Recognition
Indiahoma Public School has received the “2012 College Readiness Award” from the ACT Southwest Region for increasing the number of students taking the ACT Assessment over the past five years and significantly increasing their level of achievement and college readiness. ACT, Inc. is the not-for-profit organization that provides assessment, research, information, and the publisher of the ACT Assessment. The ACT Assessment is the college admissions test that is used and accepted by all colleges nationwide and throughout Oklahoma. In 2012, over 80% of Oklahoma graduating high school seniors took the ACT, which is the predominant college admissions and readiness achievement test in Oklahoma.
According to Karen L. Pennell, Assistant Vice President and ACT Southwest Regional Manager:
“The ACT Southwest Region wanted to recognize those Oklahoma high schools that have made significant strides in increasing the college and career readiness of their graduates as demonstrated by their ACT score increases over the past five years. This can only happen as a result of the high school’s faculty and staff efforts and the dedication of Indiahoma Public School students and parents to focus on college and career readiness and raise the level of academic readiness for all students. Only 66 high schools in Oklahoma were honored for this superior level of accomplishment which represents only 11% of all Oklahoma high schools. These outstanding Oklahoma high Schools should be proud of their faculty, staff, and students! Congratulations!"
Student Directory Information Release Notification
August 15, 2013
According to Oklahoma School Law and OSSAB Policy FLD, The Indiahoma Public School District will maintain and release ‘directory information” without the parent’s prior written consent, unless the parent- or student if over 18 – informs the district that any or all of the following information should not be released without prior consent.
The following information is designated as ‘directory information”:
Parents may at any time request from the Indiahoma Public School information regarding the professional qualifications of the student's classroom teachers to include:
(see letter below regarding Indiahoma Teachers' state qualification and licensing)
The Indiahoma Public School received the following letter from the State Department of Education regarding the qualifications of our teachers. The Indiahoma Para Professionals also have met the qualification requirements for a highly qualified parapro, and all of the parapros work under direct supervision of a highly qualified teacher.
October 24, 2013
Deanna Voegeli , Superintendent Indiahoma Public Schools
Post Office Box 8
Ind iahoma, Oklahoma 73552-0008
Dear Superintendent Voegeli:
Congratulations! Indiahoma Public Schools is in compliance with Section 1119 of the Elementar y and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) regarding the 100 percent highly qua!ified teacher requirement. The Highly Qualified Teacher status has been verified through the Oklahoma Ed ucator Credentialing System (OECS), and all core academic subjects in your district are being taught by a highl y qualified teacher. The Oklahoma State Department of Education recognizes the districf s effort to ensure students are being provided the very best education by highly qualified teachers.
Gloria Bayouth, Execu tive Director Titles I.II, lII VI and X