Maud Public Schools will reopen athletic facilities with guidelines as of June 1, 2020. In order to protect all students and faculty, certain procedures, as recommended by...
Topic: Long-term School Closure Recommended, Learning to Continue March 23, 2020 Dear Maud family: Today, state officials announced they will recommend to the state...
Dear Parents, District/State health officials have ordered all schools in the District to close. This order is because of the pandemic COVID-19 situation in our...
The jr high football game tonight between Maud and Life Christian has been moved to Tuesday night at 6:00pm here at Maud.
Don’t forget about spirit week! Monday is Marvel/Disney Day, Tuesday is OU-OSU day, Wednesday is Decades Day dress up in your favorite decade. Thursday is Tiger Pride day, show your school spirit by wearing Orange and Black!
In compliance with Section 111(b)(2)(H) of ESSA, we would like to provide our community an opportunity to give feedback regarding our district’s intent to offer the ACT instead of the SAT to the 11th grade class during the Oklahoma School Testing Program/College and Career Readiness Assessment.
The JH game today @ Varnum has been canceled.
Pandemic Benefits Can Help You Buy Food
Hello Maud School families!
We are writing to let you know about an important resource to help families during the pandemic.
If your child was eating free or reduced-price lunch school lunch in March 2020, you are eligible for
food purchasing assistance of $250 per eligible child!
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services will be sending Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer
benefits, or P-EBT, to eligible families – you do not need to apply. If you already have an EBT card the
benefits will be loaded on your existing card. If you do not currently have an EBT card, please look out
for a P-EBT card in the mail.
Watch closely as the outside envelope may not clearly say P-EBT.
P-EBT is provided to any child who was receiving free or reduced-price school lunch in March 2020.
It will not impact your citizenship or immigration status.
To learn more, visit www.hungerfreeok.org/pebt.
For our children: