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Online Enrollment

Online Enrollment

Parents - online enrollment must be completed before your child returns to school for the 2020-2021 school year. To complete enrollment please visit our online enrollment page located at the...

End of Year High School Athletics Picnic Scheduled

End of Year High School Athletics Picnic Scheduled

Attention Commerce High School Athletes and Parents – We were unable to hold our annual athletics banquet due to the COVID-19 shutdown. As a replacement event, Jim and Beverly Haynes will be...

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LIVE FEED

Jimmy R. Haynes

Billy Friend, Chief of the The Wyandotte Nation, presented a $10,000.00 donation check to Commerce School Board President, Leslie Bissell, while Superintendent, Jim Haynes, looked on. The donation was made out of their CARES Act funds to assist the Commerce School District with Covid-19 related expenses for the upcoming school year. Thank you! Wyandotte Nation for your generous donation.

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about 15 hours ago |
Jimmy R. Haynes
Steve Moss

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Virtual school enrollment is winding down. If you haven't already enrolled and would like to enroll in Commerce Virtual School, please do so by August 3rd, 2020. We need accurate numbers to assist in our planning.

If you're a Commerce resident and have transferred to another online virtual school in the past, please consider returning to Commerce Schools now that we have this option available.

These are just a few of the benefits we offer over the statewide virtual schools -
1. Local teachers that are available to assist you.
2. Ability to participate in Commerce athletics, band and other extracurricular activities.
3. Tax dollars staying at home and not being shipped to for profit companies.

We have already welcomed back several former Epic students, join them and reap the benefits of local education.

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4 days ago |
Steve Moss
Commerce Public Schools

The Oklahoma State Dept. of Ed. has made strong recommendations to schools concerning county COVID-19 levels.

Commerce Public Schools will be following these recommendations, as put out by OSDE.  You can find protocols here - https://sde.ok.gov/sites/default/files/documents/files/Oklahoma%20Schools%20Safety%20Protocols%20Draft.pdf

Ottawa county is currently at "Orange Level 1" as far as the alert system is concerned.  This is calculated weekly on each Friday.

You can find the weekly levels here - https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/covid-19-alert-system

These numbers will be used weekly to determine what level Commerce will be using in our Return To Learn plan. Levels and CPS response will be communicated to parents through our website, Facebook, Twitter, all call and text.

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10 days ago |
Commerce Public Schools
Commerce Public Schools

The state of Oklahoma requires that all incoming 7th graders receive their TDap immunization before the first day of school. School starts August 12th. We will need a copy of up-to-date shot records for your students. More information about immunization requirements is available from the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

https://www.ok.gov/health2/documents/IMM_Parents_School_Vaccines_Requirements_OK_English.pdf

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10 days ago |
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