Idabel Public Schools is seeking a versatile and detail-oriented Administrative Assistant to join the District Administration Office. This position will provide crucial administrative support including: managing activity funds, making deposits in compliance with policies and procedures, and encumbering and authorizing purchase orders promptly. Employment Applications are available at the Idabel Superintendent's Office, 200 NE Ave C , Idabel Oklahoma, or online.
4 months ago, John Harjo
Help Wanted
This is a reminder that if ANY group (radio station, newspaper, parents, booster club, students, etc) would like to video live stream any part of an OSSAA playoff event during the 2023-24 school year, regardless of sport or length, they will need to fill out a video live streaming playoff request form. Regardless of where the video live stream is hosted (school website, NFHS Network, radio station website, newspaper website, social media, Facebook, YouTube, Periscope, Twitter, GameChanger, etc), the form must be filled out and approved before the video live stream is allowed. You can find the form on the OSSAA website under the MEDIA tab and on the sport specific page. A new form needs to be filled out for each round of the playoffs. This information is for the coaches, local media, booster clubs or fans that might be interested in video live streaming so there is no confusion. A complete list of approved video live streams for the Class 4A-3A-2A Basketball District Tournaments can be found on the OSSAA website on the Basketball page. No other video live streams will be allowed. There is a NOON deadline on Mondays for submitting this form. The NFHS Network may be doing some games exclusively each week. Any request made after the Monday noon deadline is not guaranteed of getting processed. Fans, ONLY watch games from the approved list on the OSSAA website as some fans are getting scammed by facebook posts that are not legit.
4 months ago, John Harjo
Idabel Head Coach is selected as the Oklahoma Coaches Association Region 6 Football Coach of the Year. Congratulaions Coach Pratt.
4 months ago, John Harjo
Scotty Pratt
Idabel’s Taryn Tucker – Academic Team Spotlight – Presented by Weyerhaeuser Taryn Tucker, a vibrant sophomore at Idabel High School, has found her stride in the world of academic competition. “I became interested in joining the academic team because I have always been a part of activities where you went and competed against other schools academically, so I had already known about the academic team,” Taryn shared. “I became motivated to join the team because I love being able to compete, but also to have fun with classmates.”...
4 months ago, John Harjo
Taryn Tucker
Idabel’s Zoe Rolen – Academic Team Spotlight – Presented by Pine Cellular Zoe Rolen, a sophomore at Idabel High School with a passion for knowledge, imparts her tutelage on the academic team with her quick wit and love for learning. Zoe’s journey with the academic team began in middle school, where the allure of rapid-fire questions and the thrill of competition beckoned her. “I realized how much fun it was and have continued to participate every year since,” Zoe said...
4 months ago, John Harjo
Zoe Rolen
Idabel’s Clayton Loard – Academic Spotlight – Presented by Mandy Knowles – Shelter Insurance.
4 months ago, John Harjo
Clayton Loard
Congratulations to Idabel Alum, Shawn Hime, who was inducted into the East Central University Hall of Fame along with the rest of his 1993 National Championship Football teammates from ECU. He is also the current Executive Director of the OSSBA. Dr. Shawn Hime joined the Oklahoma State School Boards Association as executive director in 2014, building on a long career of serving schools and students throughout Oklahoma. Before joining OSSBA, Hime served for six years as superintendent of Enid Public Schools. He also worked as a teacher and administrator in Ardmore Public Schools and other districts. (Side note, Idabel Coach De Cooper was a late addition to the ECU staff that season) Hall of Fame Announcement Shawn Hime Bio Missed the game? Watch it here.
4 months ago, John Harjo
Shawn Hime
This is information on the high school and district information about the ADA game tonight. Please read.
5 months ago, John Harjo
Ada announcement
Bag guidelines
Good Evening, After much consideration, Idabel Public Schools is canceling classes for tomorrow, January 22nd. I think there is a good possibility that roads could be icy tomorrow morning. The temperature is supposed to warm later in the day. However, my decision to cancel is predicated upon the safety of our students and staff. We will be back in school at regular hours on Tuesday morning. Thank you for your understanding. Dr. Alan Bryant, Ed.D. Superintendent
5 months ago, Alan Bryant
Good Evening, We have a probability of inclement weather (rain/freezing rain) beginning this evening and continuing through Monday morning with the temperatures balancing on either side of freezing. The forecast once again has been changing, but is leveling out as the time grows closer. We will announce via our notification system and social media accounts to all faculty, staff, parents, and students by 9:30pm this evening. Thank you, Dr. Alan Bryant Superintendent
5 months ago, John Harjo
Good Afternoon, As I mentioned Friday evening, Idabel Public Schools would make a decision prior to 7:00 p.m. today regarding in-person school attendance for Tuesday, January 16th. Our community seems to have been very fortunate in the amount of precipitation it received over the weekend. I was able to safely drive roads throughout our community this afternoon. Unless some major change in weather and road conditions appears, Idabel Public Schools WILL be in session for IN-PERSON school tomorrow, January 16th. School will begin at the normal time and buses will run their routes at normal times tomorrow morning. The temperature will be very cold; so please be properly dressed for your trip to school. We look forward to seeing you in school tomorrow morning. Dr. Alan Bryant, Ed.D. Superintendent
5 months ago, Alan Bryant
Good Evening, As you are aware, we have a probability of inclement weather beginning this weekend and continuing through the beginning of next week. The forecast seems to continually adjust; however, the closer we are getting to the weekend, the more consistent it is becoming. As you know, we have no school on Monday in recognition of MLK Day. As of this morning, Monday is the day that the snow is forecast to arrive. This morning I saw a change in accumulation amounts as well. Additionally, the temperatures are forecast to stay below freezing for a couple of days next week. I will continue to monitor the weather throughout the weekend and through Monday. We will make a decision Monday evening regarding in-person or virtual attendance for Tuesday.and will announce it via our notification system and social media accounts to all faculty, staff, parents, and students. Thank you, Dr. Alan Bryant Superintendent
5 months ago, Alan Bryant
Today's games have been rescheduled due to illness on Kingston's end. It will be reschdeuled for February 5th.
5 months ago, John Harjo
No Game
Q&A with Idabel’s John Paul Sumo – Presented by Mandy Knowles Shelter Insurance.
5 months ago, John Harjo
John Paul Sumo
Idabel’s Shane Threadgill Athlete Spotlight Presented by McCurtain County National Bank.
5 months ago, John Harjo
Shane Threadgill
Idabel Employee is featured in a Marvel series.
5 months ago, John Harjo
Idabel Middle School Choir caroling for the administrative office today!
6 months ago, Chris Gammon
Idabel High School Brass Ensemble plays Christmas carols at various homes throughout the community.
6 months ago, Alan Bryant
Brass Ensemble
The Idabel Lady Warriors won last night in the usual fashion beating Southside 55-26. Tonight they face Bethany (OK) at 8:30pm.
6 months ago, John Harjo
Tournament of Champions
Sunday, December 17, 2023 Young ladies ages 12-18 are welcome to attend and ask questions about, and learn about, real life situations that young ladies face as they get older, go to college, and enter the workforce.
6 months ago, John Harjo
Girl Talk Real Talk