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KINDNESS MATTERS -

We are excited to announce that students at Lindsay Public Schools will be participating in The 2019 Great Kindness Challenge where we will join thousands of schools across the globe in promoting kindness. The Great Kindness Challenge is one week devoted to performing as many acts of kindness as possible. Together we can start a ripple effect and spread kindness throughout our school and community.


The Great Kindness Challenge Week will take place from Monday, January 28th to Friday, February 1st, 2019. Elementary School, Middle School, and High School Students will receive more details in their classes.

 

#GreatKindnessChallenge

#ChooseToBeKind

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Lindsay Public Schools

JOINT STATEMENT ON SCHOOL SAFETY

The safety of our students is of the utmost importance to Lindsay Public School. We strive to protect our students on a daily basis.

Our district has spent considerable time and effort planning and practicing safety and security measures appropriate for dealing with major critical incidents. Along with the Lindsay Police Department we conduct regular safety procedures and drills. The Lindsay Police Department helps plan and carry out these procedures. These procedures ensure students, teachers and staff know how to best respond if the unthinkable occurs.

Student safety is always a top priority. The public can help keep schools safe by reporting any suspicious or unusual activity to law enforcement. Anyone with information should call the Lindsay Police Department at 405-756-4481 or to remain anonymous call Crime Stoppers at 405.366.7867.

 

Lindsay Public Schools

Lindsay Police Department

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For More Information about the Student Insurance Plan from K&K Insurance Group,
Click the Link Below! 

www.studentinsurance-kk.com

We will be ordering a very limited amount of yearbooks this year, to ensure you receive your 2018-2019 yearbooks please order as soon as possible.

**You can use the links below to order your yearbooks!

https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1146638/Lindsay-Elementary-School/

ELEMENTARY / MIDDLE SCHOOL

https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1047371/Lindsay-High-School/

HIGH SCHOOL


 

 

January 10,2019
Lindsay Public Schools is off to a busy start after the holidays. It is amazing how fast another school year is flying by. The new semester brings with it opportunities for students to set new goals in their endeavors or to make improvements in their GPAs for entrance into the colleges of their choice. Whatever the case, the new year offers a fresh beginning for our entire student body and staff to improve on both our strengths and weaknesses.
With the conclusion of our building projects related to the 2015 bond project, activity around the school is back to normal. Without a doubt, the campus of Lindsay Schools is one of the finest around. During the course of the building projects, we had many individuals and companies assist us with incredible acts of generosity. Numerous items, materials, and in some cases, even work crews for projects, were donated. We will be recognizing these individuals and companies in the next few weeks by publishing pictures in the paper or by posting them on our school website.
January is School Board Member Appreciation Month, so if you have the opportunity, thank a member of our location Board of Education for the time they volunteer to ensure our school is second to none. Local Board of Education members are President Steve Pracht, Vice-President Mitch Lindsey, Clerk Gena Fletcher, and Member Clint Simonton. Kris Cummins recently decided to step down from the Board after serving eleven years. Special thanks goes to Kris for all of his contributions to our district. Our Board of Education is very proud of our students and willingly dedicate their personal time to enhance our district and student accomplishments.
In closing, the new year affords yet another opportunity for our local administration and school board to remind the patrons of our community of our continuing commitment to the mission of Lindsay Public Schools: "Empowering all students for success in an ever-changing world." Thanks again for supporting Lindsay Public Schools.

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Lindsay Public Schools would like to thank First National Bank for their contribution for the athletic scoreboards during the 2015 Bond Issue Building Projects. 
-- Pictured Danny Seibel

Lindsay Public Schools would like to thank the following companies for their contributions and generosity during the 2015 Bond Issue Building Projects.

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Colby Albright with Pioneer Wireline

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Streamline Oil and Gas-Curtis Smith and Superflow Testers-Shane Kennedy
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Vickers Construction, Inc. 

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Lindsay Public Schools
800 West Creek St.
Lindsay, Oklahoma 73052
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