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Haworth Schools Mission and Vision Statements

Mission Statement

The mission of Haworth Schools is to prepare students and provide an education that is diverse, safe, and supportive in an environment that encourages morality, character building, intrinsic motivation, self-improvement, and distinction in learning.

Vision Statement

Every Haworth student will be provided the resources and opportunities for personal growth as they develop 21st Century skills and the knowledge base to become contributing members of society.

Yearbooks on Sale Now!

Yearbooks are now on sale. They are APPsolutely awesome! Pre-order your 2013-14 copy today as we will only order a certain number of yearbooks. The cost is only $35.00 per book and payment must be made in full.  Please make checks payable to Haworth Yearbook. Contact Jennifer Cox for more information and to get yours today.

April Student of the Month

The Haworth Board of Education’s April Student of the Month is Sierra Cox.  Sierra is pictured with her mother, Kim Cox; grandmother, Glenda; and school board clerk, Charles Lewis.

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2014 TESTING SCHEDULE

JH & High School

April 10 - 8th Science

April 11 - 7th Reading

April 11 - 8th US History

April 14 - 8th Reading

April 15 - 8th Math

April 16 - 7th Math

April 17 - Algebra II EOI

April 22 - English III EOI

April 23 - English II Writing EOI

April 23 - English III Writing EOI

April 24 - US History EOI

April 25 - Biology I EOI

April 28 - Geometry EOI

April 29 - English II EOI

April 30 - Algebra I EOI

Elementary

April 15 - 3rd Reading

April 23 - 3rd, 4th, 5th Math

April 24 - 4th & 5th Reading

April 25 - 5th Science

April 28 - 5th Social Studies

May 5 - 6th Reading

May 6 - 6th Math

END OF THE YEAR SCHEDULE

Thursday, May 1

8:30-10:00 Kindergarten Practice

10:00-11:30 6th Grade Practice

12:15-1:30 Jr. High Practice

HS Baseball - District

Friday, May 2

11:30-1:00 Kindergarten Practice

1:00-2:45 6th Grade Practice

HS State Curriculum Contest

HS Baseball - District

Saturday, May 3

8:00 am Fine Arts Festival 5K Run/Walk & Childrens 1 Mile Fun Run (Registration is from 6:30-7:30 am)

9:00-12:00 am Fine Arts Festival

HS Baseball - District

Monday, May 5

6:00-7:00 Class of 2014 Baccalaureate

Tuesday, May 6

8:30-10:00 Kindergarten Practice

10:00-11:30 6th Grade Practice

6:30 FCCLA Banquet (cafeteria)

Wednesday, May 7

8:10-10:00 SR Grad Practice

10:00 Senior Class Brunch

10:00-11:30 6th Grade Practice

12:20-1:30 JH Practice

1:30-2:30 Kindergarten Practice

Thursday, May 8

10:00-11:00 SR Awards Assembly

1:00-3:00 SR Grad Practice

(Reminder - Set up for SR Grad - pm)

6:00 FFA Banquet (cafeteria)

HS Baseball - Regional

Friday, May 9

H.S./J.H. Sequoyah Trip - Castle of Muskogee 

Friday-Saturday, May 9-10

HS State Track @ Midwest City

HS Baseball - Regional

Sunday, May 11

2:30 SR Class 2014 Graduation

(2:00 SR slide show begins)

HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all our moms!

Monday, May 12

Awards Assemblies:

8:30-11:30 Elementary (PK-3 & 4-6)

12:20-1:30 Junior High (7-9)

1:30-2:30 High School (10-11)

6:00 HS Academic Banquet

Tuesday, May 13

6:00 HS Athletic Banquet

6:00 School Board Meeting

Wednesday May 14

Elementary Track and Field Day (all day)

Thursday, May 15

12:30 Elementary Graduations:

Kindergarten and 6th Grade

(School will dismiss immediately after graduation)

HS Baseball - State

Friday, May 16

12:30 Jr. High Graduation

(School will dismiss immediately after graduation)

HS Baseball - State

Saturday, May 17

HS Baseball - State

Tuesday, May 20

HS Track - Meet of Champions @ Moore, OK

Wednesday, May 21

End of 4th quarter and 2nd Semester

Last Day of School

Monday, May 26

Memorial Day

This schedule is subject to change as needed.

2014 Senior Class Graduation
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  Welcome to  

HAWORTH PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Home of the Lions 

Haworth Schools is a quality pre-K through twelfth grade school system nestled in a setting of beautiful trees and grassy, open fields. Our supportive community and dedicated staff continue to make major physical and technological improvements to our buildings and classrooms, which proves our dedication to give students what they deserve. Experienced teachers and community pride are the perfect combination to provide the nurturing educational experience we offer with our small school family. We feel the more you know about our schools, the more impressed you will be.

We invite you to take a look now, and then keep checking in with us from time to time; hopefully you'll notice the changes, the new features, etc. This site will continue to evolve and keep you up-to-date on important school activities and information. Please let us know if you need assistance with utilizing this Website to better serve our community.

Thanks for visiting and come back again, soon!


Contact Information

Haworth Public Schools

300 N. Maple St.

Haworth, OK 74740

Superintendent's Office (580) 245-1406, ext. 400 - Fax #: (580) 245-2265

High School Office: (580) 245-1406, ext. 300 - Fax #: (580) 245-4913

Junior High School Office: (580) 245-1406, ext. 200

Junior High/High School Counselor: (580) 245-1406, ext. 203

Elementary Office: (580) 245-1406, ext. 100Fax #: ((580) 245-4912

 


 

Elementary Literacy/Computer Night

May 6, 2014 - 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Thank you parents and students who

attend our Elementary Literacy/Computer Nights.

We appreciate your dedication and support of our

Haworth Students!


Go to "Cafeteria" Tab above for weekly menu.


Go to High School/Junior High Tab above, click on Library Resources and

check out the 2014 Sequoyah Book Lists and list of Educational Websites.

Utilize these tools for research, writing, reading, studying and homework.

Contact Mrs. Audie Smith if you need assistance with any of these sites.


Haworth School Board Meeting

May 13, 2014 - 6:30 p.m.

Click here for Agenda: http://www.haworth.k12.ok.us/page/16680_3


Elementary Students:

Don't forget FRIDAY COKE BREAK! 

Students may purchase a concession stand snack each Friday.

Soft drinks, water, and juice = $1.00; Candy and chips = $1.00;

Small ice cream = $1.00; Large ice cream = $2.00


April

April 15.............Elementary (Grade 3) Reading Test

April 15, 17, 22.............Haworth Miss Petite, Little Miss, and Junior Miss Pageant Practices @ 4:00 p.m.

April 18.............Good Friday............No School

April 21.............Easter Break...........No School

April 22.............Elementary Krispy Kreme Fundraiser Begins

April 22.............JH/HS Library Books due. Final AR Tests due in all classes, grades 7-12

April 24.............HS State Solo and Ensemble Contest - Sunrays

April 24.............Haworth Petite, Little Miss, and Junior Miss Pageant Dress Rehearsal.....5:00 p.m.

April 26.............Haworth Petite, Little Miss, and Junior Miss Pageant.....6:00 p.m.

 

May

May 2...........Elementary Family Movie Night in elementary gym, 6:00 p.m.

May 3...........Haworth Schools Community Fine Arts Festival (see information below)

May 6...........Last day to check out books @ elementary. Family Literacy Night 3:00 to 6:00

May 7...........All elementary library Books due. Last day for AR tests. 

May 12.........Elementary Awards Assembly (see left sidebar for times)

May 16.........Bounce House and Water Slides for AR Incentive

***See sidebar to the left for more end-of-the-year events and activities and testing schedule***


See sidebar at right of page for education, weather, sports, and other news-related sites.


Don't forget to enjoy READING and you can work on Study Island when possible.


 

 

Haworth Schools Community Fine Arts Festival

Saturday, May 3, 2013

Festivities begin with a 5K Run/Walk and a 1 Mile Fun Run for younger ages.

$10.00 Pre-Entry Fee or $15.00 Entry Fee Saturday morning for the 5K Run/Walk

 Registration is from 6:30 - 7:30 a.m.  and the Run/Walk begins at 8:00 a.m.

1950's     FINE ARTS FESTIVAL     1950's

Hours: 9:00 a.m.- Noon

Come out and enjoy the entertainment including:

musicians, drama performers, dancers, and art displays.

A concession stand will be open as well as various venders on the premises.

For the little ones, enjoy bouncy houses and more!

For more information, contact Brandy Wall or Kia Pratt

All of the of the community is welcome to attend.

Vendors who wish to participate, please contact Brandy Wall, Jr. High Principal

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About Study Island

Our school has access to a great resource for preparing our kids for the Oklahoma CRTs, End-of-Instruction Exams, ACT tests and much, much more. It is a web-based program called Study Island, which is accessible to students from school or home. If you have internet access at home, your child can access Study Island to help prepare for all of these tests & also is a great tool to enhance learning in the classroom. We are excited about the results we have seen first hand last year and of all the potential benefits this program can bring to our students! We encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity & hope that you begin today using this invaluable program! Please feel free to contact the school for more information or Study Island at 1-800-419-3191 or support@studyisland.com if you have any questions ....

Follow the instructions below, in order to use the program:

1. Go http://www.studyisland.com/

2. Enter your username and password at the upper left corner of the screen and click "Login".
Note: Students will receive a username and password from their teacher at school. Please contact this year's teacher if your child has forgotten it or is a new student.

3. Click on the section tab (math, reading, etc.) that you wish to work on.

2. Click the "Pretest" in order to begin the pretest for the section. You must complete a minimum of 10
pretest questions before moving on to the other question groups.

3. Once you complete the "Pretest", you may work through the remainder of the question groups in any order you like. You must "pass" all question groups before taking the "Post Test".
To pass a question group, you must satisfy the group's passing requirements which are
based a minimum number of questions taken(usually 10) and a minimum percentage
correct(around 70%). A blue ribbon icon is displayed next to all passed question groups.

4. Once you have passed all the question groups in the section, you have to pass the "PostTest" for the section before the section is complete. Ignore this step if the section has no "Post Test".

5. When you pass all question groups in all sections, you have completed the program and are prepared for the state exams. We encourage you, however, to repeat sections as many times as you wish giving yourself more than the minimum 10 questions as there is a large test bank of questions with multiple lesson reviews that will better ensure your knowledge & preparation in the subject matter.

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