Lindsay Public Schools

Lindsay Public Schools , 3 days ago

The basketball season is here and the Lindsay Athletic Department is anxious to once again enlist a Hospitality Committee for your support of Lindsay Basketball.
The Charles K. Heatly Classis is scheduled for January 7-9. We plan to have a meal and desserts available each day and night of the tournament. As a member, you will be able to enjoy the hospitality room during the tournament. We would ask that you please bring a dish each day to help with the large number of people that we accommodate. For more information contact Tommy Ferguson at (405) 756-3133.
The price for the Hospitality Committee is $130.00 for a couple and $70.00 for a single. If you would like to include your children, the price will be an extra $30.00 per school age child. Make checks payable to the Lindsay Athletic Department and mail or bring it to Kristen Holland or Tommy Ferguson. Each member of the committee will receive a pass for yourself and your spouse which admits each of you to every home high school and junior high basketball game for the season. Our admission prices to the games this year are $5.00 for adults and $3.00 for students for the high school games and $4.00 for adults and $3.00 for students for the junior high games.
Thanks for supporting Lindsay Basketball.

Tommy Ferguson


LPS , 3 days ago

11/30/2020 LINDSAY SCHOOLS CHILD NUTRITION INFORMATION: All virtual students may pick up breakfast and lunch from the cafeteria. The meals will be available for pick-up at the Elementary car line from 10:00 am to 11:30 am each day. Please remain in your car and the meals will be brought out to you. In order to reserve a meal please call the school at 405-756-3131 Ext.239 (please do not leave a voicemail) or email . We will need the following information: name and how many children need a meal. Once you have made contact with us one time, you will be on the list for meals until we are notified otherwise. I would strongly encourage you to take advantage of this service; it is vital to our school nutrition program and our federal funding. Sincerely, Melissa Randol, Child Nutrition Director


LPS , 5 days ago

Lindsay School Patrons:
Reminder: we are returning to in-person learning on November 30th. We are hoping the students who chose virtual education before the break will return to the classrooms. We have 3 weeks before our next holiday break, these 3 weeks will be very beneficial to the education of our students. Starting Monday we will be asking all employees, middle school, and high school students to wear masks. We will also be asking everyone to wear a mask when attending our extra-curricular events. At this point we will go to great lengths to keep our school open. Your patience and help is greatly appreciated.
Dan Chapman


LPS , 8 days ago

I appreciate your understanding during our recent distance learning. I have decided to resume in-person learning on Monday, November 30th. I apologize for any difficulties distance learning caused and thank you for your patience. The education of our students is of upmost importance and I feel in- person learning is the best way for our students to achieve success. All extra-curricular activities will resume as scheduled. I am constantly monitoring the situation and striving to make the best decision for our district. Sincerely, Dan Chapman


LPS , 20 days ago

Superintendent’s Article 11-13-2020

Greetings to all our Lindsay School Patrons. This school year has started out with 13 weeks of near normalcy and all of a sudden we have been uprooted by the Covid-19 virus. In an attempt to make sure we are all on the same page, I am sending out an informative letter covering several different topics.
As of 11-8-2020, we had 0 positive tests in the elementary, 5 in the middle school, 13 in the high school for a total of 18. After that point, we have received numerous positive tests and many students quarantined due to contact tracing. In addition, we have had up to 11 staff members out due to positive cases or quarantined due to contact tracing. At times we have had as many as 125 students out due to the virus, with students returning daily as well. It has become very apparent to me that distancing our students as much as possible is imperative. Because of the spread of the virus we went to distance learning on 11-12-2020. As of right now we plan to return to in-person learning on November 30, 2020. This situation will continue to be monitored over Thanksgiving Break and an announcement will be made on November 25 concerning a possible extension of our distance learning.
During the last few weeks we have cancelled numerous student activities to avoid exposure; however we are attempting to still offer all our current extra-curricular activities. In order for us to be successful, we are asking our patrons to wear a mask for indoor activities as well as our remaining outdoor events.
During this time period of distance learning, all faculty and staff will be working their contract hours at the school. Our teachers will be continuing the education process through Google Meet and Acellus. We are much better prepared than we were last spring, but we are experiencing unexpected difficulties at this time. Please be patient with us as we work through these issues.
Currently we are running bus routes to deliver food to our rural students. We have setup 4 drop off locations in the city limits or you can pick up food at the school. Through federal funding, all of our students 18 and younger are eating for free. Not only is this a great opportunity for all of our families but this also is very beneficial to funding our nutritional program. In order to setup food delivery for your children, please contact the school at 405-756-3131.

To ensure that the information you receive is correct when dealing with the school, you can depend on our school website, Facebook page, or our school’s Leopard app; as well as KBLP radio, The Lindsay News or The Shopper. If I can be of further assistance or can answer other questions, give me a call at 405-756-3131.

Dan Chapman

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