Coyle Softball will play at Mulhall-Orlando on Thursday, September 5th. The High School game will start at 4:00pm followed by a Junior High game. Coyle High School Football will open the season this Friday, September 6th at Pioneer-Pleasant Vale High School. Kickoff is set for 7:00pm.
about 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Update: Representatives from Meridian Technology Center and the Oklahoma Career Tech will be at Coyle Schools on Monday, September 9th at 7:00pm at the regular scheduled School Board Meeting to give a presentation to the board about Meridian Technology Center and the process involved in joining the Career Tech District. This is an informative presentation only. The School Board will not be voting on this issue on September 9th. If this issue is something the School Board wishes to pursue, then it will be placed as an agenda item at a future School Board Meeting. Coyle Public Schools has had several requests for the school to explore a conversation and information pertaining to the school district joining the Meridian Technology Center District in Stillwater, Oklahoma for Career Tech and Vocational type programs. Each Public School District in Oklahoma has the opportunity to join a Career Tech Center by a vote of the people of the School District. When a School District is a member of a Career Tech District, 11th-12th Grade students are able to attend the Technology Center at no cost to the student for several different vocational type programs and trades, along with adults in the district having the same opportunity to attend. The Technology School also provides transportation for those students by picking up and dropping off at the local Public School, which would be Coyle Schools' Campus. Coyle Public Schools is currently not a member of a Career Tech District and never has been. The district's registered voters voted down the proposal 30 plus years ago. Therefore, students who wish to attend Meridian Technology Center must pay tuition, which is currently roughly $8,000-$11,000 a year, plus providing their own transportation. If the Coyle Public Schools Board of Education chooses to put the question on a ballot for a vote of the people, the measure, if passed, would raise the tax millage in the school district. I have been in contact with Dr. Doug Major, Superintendent of Meridian Technology Center, today about gathering information on how much the taxes will increase with a voter approval, along with everything that the membership would provide. As soon as I have more information I will certainly pass it on and share it with our district communities and citizens. After forwarding this information on to the citizens of our School District, I will take comments and feedback to the Coyle Schools Board of Education and they will decide if the measure is put on a ballot for registered voters in the Coyle Public Schools District to vote on. Please keep in mind that holding an election costs the School District about $3,000, so the amount of interest will probably be key in the School Board’s decision. Please give me a few weeks to compile the information and I will pass it on. Please also keep in mind that the School Board and I know how sensitive this subject is to both those who support the issue and those that do not support the issue, because of the tax increase. We will do our best to distribute the facts and information and will make a decision that is in the best interest of the School District. Thank you. Josh Sumrall Superintendent Coyle Public Schools
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Dear Coyle Public Schools Parents and Stakeholders: In 2015 the federal government signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). ESSA requires states to test students in reading and math annually in grades 3-8 and once in high school. States must also test kids in science once during elementary school, once in middle school and once in high school. In order to meet the grades 10-12 ESSA testing requirement, the state of Oklahoma gave schools in Oklahoma the option of using either the ACT test or the SAT test to be administered to 11th grade students each year. Both of these tests are national tests. Both of these tests are used as college entrance exams. By using one of these two tests, the Oklahoma State Department of Education, is able to monitor the performance level of Oklahoma high school students to determine how well students are prepared for college and career paths. Because of the ESSA and state requirements, Coyle Public School chose the option of giving the ACT test to 11th grade students. When deciding which test would be most appropriate for Coyle students, counselors and administration considered the following: where students would most likely be attending college, familiarity of tests, and available testing preparation resources. At the time, most colleges in the Midwest were more prevalent to advertise ACT scores as consideration for college entrance and scholarships. Also, most test preparation seminars and trainings were centered around the ACT. Because of these reasons, Coyle Public School currently administers the ACT test once a year to all 11th grade students during the Oklahoma state-testing window. We ask that you fill out this short survey to give us your feedback on the ACT test being given and our assessment options. https://forms.gle/MaDLjCir6znNu94n8 Thank you. Josh Sumrall Superintendent Shane Weathers High School Dean of Students Tammy Duncan PK-12 Assistant Principal Counselor
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle High School will have a Homecoming Dance on Thursday, September 19th from 7:00pm-10:00pm. Please see the attached flyer for more details.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Homecoming Dance Flyer
The Coyle High School Football Scrimmage has been moved to Langston University tonight at 7:00pm.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle Softball will host Mulhall-Orlando today, August 29th. Junior High game starts at 4:00pm and the High School game will follow. Coyle High School Football will host a scrimmage tomorrow, Friday, August 30th at 6:00pm vs Hollis High School. Concessions will be available and there will not be an admission charge for the scrimmage.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Just a reminder that Coyle Public Schools will be closed on Monday, September 2nd for Labor Day and will be in session on Friday, September 6th! Have a great Four Day Weekend!
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Labor Day
The Junior High Softball games scheduled at Coyle today have been canceled. We will try to reschedule at a later date.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Due to the rain, if you feel that your road is unsafe for a bus to travel down, please make an effort to drive your child(ren) to school in the morning or keep them home. If our bus drivers feel they cannot make it down a road they have been told not to try it. Thank you for understanding!
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
The tornado shelter at the Coyle Schools Gymnasium is open for those that want to use it tonight during this Logan County Tornado Warning.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle High School Football scrimmages at Pond Creek-Hunter tonight, August 23rd, at 6:00pm!
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle Football
F & M Bank in Guthrie, Oklahoma has partnered with Coyle Public Schools and is offering a Coyle Bluejacket Debit Card. For every transaction with your Coyle Bluejacket Debit Card, F & M Bank will donate a penny to Coyle Public Schools. Thank you F & M Bank!
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
F&M Debit Card
Attention 10th Grade Parents-- I was trying to learn how to activate emails so you can check grades. You may receive 3-4 emails on how to do this. My sincere apologies. You only need to activate one time. If you did not get an email, please contact the school. Mrs. Larman
over 3 years ago, CompTech
Attached is a letter from the Oklahoma State Department of Education stating that Coyle Public Schools has been granted accreditation for the 2019-2020 school year. This is no different, nor has their been any change, from previous years of accreditation; however, Coyle Public Schools is trying to be more transparent to the district patrons and community with regard to our operations. The letter also states that the district received zero (0) deficiencies when audited by the Oklahoma State Department of Education for the 2018-2019 school year. During the audit, which is conducted annually, all teacher certifications and employee credentials are checked, along with all other State mandates and statutes. Coyle Public Schools has also added an Open Records Request folder, under the documents section on the school’s website, that will allow public view of any documents requested by individuals and the resulting documents produced by the school district. Coyle Public Schools’ Administration and Board of Education would like to thank all Coyle Schools Teachers and Staff for their hard work and dedication in order to continue achieving this accreditation status and we would also like to thank the parents and community members for their continued support of the school!
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle Schools Accreditation Status Letter
Coyle Schools Accreditation Status Letter
Coyle High School Letter Jackets will be available to be ordered on Monday, August 26th at 9:00am. A BSN Sports Representative will be at Coyle Schools on Monday, August 26th at 9:00am to help students try on jackets to get their size and to help with the order process. The order form is attached to help students and parents know prices and items that are available to be put on the jacket.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Letter Jacket Form
Letter Jacket Form
Letter Jacket Form
Coyle High School will be hosting a Bedlam Blood Drive on Wednesday, September 18th from 9:00am-3:00pm in the Coyle Schools Library. Please see flyer attached for more details.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle Bedlam Blood Drive Flyer
Today's (August 19th) HS Softball game scheduled at Ripley has been canceled. The next scheduled game is tomorrow (August 20th) at Coyle vs Oilton. There will be one High School game and one Junior High game starting at 4:30pm.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Reminder that today (August 15th) is the last day to order Coyle Schools apparel through BSN Sports. The flyer is attached with the code needed to order.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle BSN Apparel
Coyle BSN Apparel
Coyle Public Schools has had several requests for the school to explore a conversation and information pertaining to the school district joining the Meridian Technology Center District in Stillwater, Oklahoma for Career Tech and Vocational type programs. Each Public School District in Oklahoma has the opportunity to join a Career Tech Center by a vote of the people of the School District. When a School District is a member of a Career Tech District, 11th-12th Grade students are able to attend the Technology Center at no cost to the student for several different vocational type programs and trades, along with adults in the district having the same opportunity to attend. The Technology School also provides transportation for those students by picking up and dropping off at the local Public School, which would be Coyle Schools' Campus. Coyle Public Schools is currently not a member of a Career Tech District and never has been. The district's registered voters voted down the proposal 30 plus years ago. Therefore, students who wish to attend Meridian Technology Center must pay tuition, which is currently roughly $8,000-$11,000 a year, plus providing their own transportation. If the Coyle Public Schools Board of Education chooses to put the question on a ballot for a vote of the people, the measure, if passed, would raise the tax millage in the school district. I have been in contact with Dr. Doug Major, Superintendent of Meridian Technology Center, today about gathering information on how much the taxes will increase with a voter approval, along with everything that the membership would provide. As soon as I have more information I will certainly pass it on and share it with our district communities and citizens. After forwarding this information on to the citizens of our School District, I will take comments and feedback to the Coyle Schools Board of Education and they will decide if the measure is put on a ballot for registered voters in the Coyle Public Schools District to vote on. Please keep in mind that holding an election costs the School District about $3,000, so the amount of interest will probably be key in the School Board’s decision. Please give me a few weeks to compile the information and I will pass it on. Please also keep in mind that the School Board and I know how sensitive this subject is to both those who support the issue and those that do not support the issue, because of the tax increase. We will do our best to distribute the facts and information and will make a decision that is in the best interest of the School District. Thank you. Josh Sumrall Superintendent Coyle Public Schools
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Coyle Cheerleaders are selling Coyle Cheerleading items and apparel. Place orders at FANCLOTH.SHOP/TEEBD. Contact Charity Long at the High School at 405-466-2242 or a Coyle Cheerleader for any questions.
over 3 years ago, Josh Sumrall
Fancloth Coyle Cheerleading Apparel
Fancloth Coyle Cheerleading Apparel
Fancloth Coyle Cheerleading Apparel