School contact information during the closure We are here to serve our students and parents during the closure! If you have any school-related questions or concerns during the closure (April 6th-May 8th), please give us a call or send an e-mail. If you choose to call, dial (580)928-5531 followed by the three-digit extension of the person you are trying to reach. Phone hours are during regular business . . .
Sayre Schools Distance Learning Plan Dear Sayre families: Our administrators, teachers, and instructional support staff are working hard to develop a distance learning plan that will help our students finish the school year strong. As you can imagine, this planning has presented its own set of trials, as most of it has occurred digitally or at a distance, so faculty and staff are protected . . .
Any 6-12 students that do not have internet access at home need to contact Mr. Coffman or Mr. Bohannon by Monday, March 30th. You can leave a message on school phone or contact through their school email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
FREE! Grab n' Go meals for Sayre kids during the school closure! Tuesday we will be having a muffin & yogurt for breakfast, hot ham & cheese toaster & fruit for lunch; each meal comes with white milk & a chocolate milk Sayre Schools is excited to announce that student meals (breakfast and lunch) will be offered free of charge to Sayre children during the state-mandated . . .
Sayre Schools Athletics Facilities Closed All Sayre Schools facilities (including all buildings, gymnasiums, game fields, practice fields and indoor facilities) are closed for student/team usage as part of the statewide mandated school closure. This includes all individual and team activities at all age levels. Sorry for this inconvenience.
To: Parents of High School Juniors FROM: Sayre ISD Date: 8/27/2019 Sayre ISD is communicating with parents of students who will be juniors during the 2019-20 school year. Our school district plans to administer the ACT® test in spring 2020 to eligible juniors as part of the state contract with the Oklahoma State Department of Education and . . .