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Oklahoma Caring Van Provides Flu Immunizations for Students

For the 7th year, PPS is partnering with the Oklahoma Caring Van to provide flu immunizations to our students. The student flu clinics will take place Thursday, October 5th and Friday, October 6th. The flu consents and information forms will be sent home  with students this week. Please contact the school nurse at your child(ren)'s site if you have any questions. 


  • You cannot get the flu from the flu vaccine. The vaccine contains an inactivated virus, meaning the virus in the vaccine is no longer infectious.
  • The flu vaccine does not protect you from getting the flu. Rather, it helps your body fight the flu if you come in contact with the flu virus. 
  • After receiving the flu vaccine, normal symptoms you may experience are soreness, redness, and/or swelling from the shot, headache, fever, nausea, muscle aches. These symptoms occur due to your immune system recognizing the inactivated virus as a foreign substance and begins creating antibodies to fight it.
  • It takes a full two weeks for your body to fully form antibodies after receiving the flu vaccine.
  • The higher the number of those in our community who receive the flu vaccine will help lessen the chances of a severe flu outbreak. 


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HVAC Internship Opportunity for PHS Seniors Coming Soon

This January, Pryor Public Schools will begin a unique internship opportunity for senior students, HVAC Internship. A student enrolling in this program will work alongside the Pryor Maintenance Department specializing in HVAC. For more information on our HVAC program follow the link: HERE

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration introduces students to a major sub-discipline of mechanical engineering, the principals and fundamentals of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Instruction focuses on the fabrication, system installation, use of diagnostic equipment and the maintenance and troubleshooting of these various systems. Students learn how to work with electrical testing equipment; plastic, steel and copper pipe and tubing; sheet metal; hand tools; and specialized tools of the trade. In support of students' understanding of the systems introduced, students study thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer; electricity and electrical systems; and hydronics, radiation and convection. Safety procedures and appropriate use of tools are also emphasized.

In addition to the classroom instruction, students will also participate in a four-day internship with the school maintenance department. During the internship, students will have the opportunity to work with experienced HVAC and electrical technicians and learn how to maintain and repair the school's HVAC and electrical systems. The internship component of the course is an important part of the learning experience. It allows students to apply what they have learned in the classroom to real-world problems. It also gives them the opportunity to network with professionals in the trades.

This course is a great opportunity for students who are interested in a career in the HVAC or electrical trades. The course will provide students with the knowledge and skills they need to succeed in these fields.



Pryor Public Schools Partners with New Food Service Provider Taher


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Pryor students will have more options to choose from in the lunch line this year.  Food services are now provided by Taher, a company that focuses “on serving fresh food expertly prepared by a team of chefs, monitored by a group of seasoned veterans, and delivered at a reasonable price.”  

Secondary students now have four different options for lunch—Classic Option, for homemade favorites, Diner Basket, Pizza Line, and Salad Bar.  Elementary students will have two to three options to choose from each day. 

Links to the Taher menus are posted on our website.  Bookmark this link to find the ones for your student or download the Taher Food4Life App to have access to the menus and nutritional information. 

If you have not yet completed the Free and Reduced Lunch Application for this year, please do so now.  Even if you do not believe you qualify, we strongly encourage you to complete the application as the information is beneficial to the district. 

How to Complete the Lunch Application

Go to

Choose your zip code.

Select Pryor Public Schools as the district.

Complete the personal information for you and your student(s). 

Meal Prices

  • Breakfast: $1.00
  • Elementary Lunch: $1.20
  • Secondary Lunch: $1.45
    • (Any student who gets seconds will be charged the prices below)
    • Second Breakfast: $2.00 and Second Lunch: $3.50

Reduced Meal Prices

  • Breakfast: $.30
  • Lunch: $.40




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Handle with Care

If your child is experiencing difficulties at home, we would like to provide additional support at school. We understand that you are not always able to share details and that is okay. If your child is coming to school after a difficult night, morning, or weekend, please text or email us “Handle with Care” with your child’s name and school. Nothing else will be said or asked. This will let us know that your child may need extra time, patience, or help during the day. We will relay this message to his/her teachers to let them know to proceed with extra care. 

Contact Information:

Chris K. Brown, LCSW Mental Health Coordinator 539-210-9879

Paula Cantrell, MSW Social School Worker 918-803-0285

*You can also email or contact your school counselors.


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Spectator Guidelines at ALL Athletic Events 2023

  • No Re-entry
  • No entry after the start of the 4th quarter of the last game or once capacity is reached.
  • Middle School and Elementary School students must have parent/guardian or chaperone present at event for duration of the contest.
  • Students must sit in the stands.
  • No Loitering allowed in school parking lots or on school property.
  • No large bags or backpacks allowed, with the exception of diaper bags and medical equipment bags.


Prohibited Items:

  • Explosives, firearms, or weapons.
  • Alcohol
  • Backpacks, or large bags.
  • Beach balls, footballs or any other sporting equipment.
  • Coolers, containers, ice chest.
  • Outside food or drink.
  • Laser pointers.
  • Pets (with the exception of registered service animals).


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Fashion Design Students Create Elegant Formal Dresses

Fashion Design Students Create Elegant Formal Dresses

Posted Date: 09/29/2023

And it is all done with toilet tissue! . . .
Tiger Time at the Mayes County Fair

Tiger Time at the Mayes County Fair

Posted Date: 09/19/2023

Pryor students at all levels enjoy visiting and competing in the fair. . . .
We Are Excited to Announce

We Are Excited to Announce

Posted Date: 09/13/2023

Pryor Superintendent Dr. Lisa Muller Recognized as 2023 Distinguished Alumni by Longview Independent School District  . . .
PPS Handle With Care Program Provides Support for Tiger Families

PPS Handle With Care Program Provides Support for Tiger Families

Posted Date: 09/13/2023

PHS Aviation Students in Second Year of RV-12iS Aircraft Build

PHS Aviation Students in Second Year of RV-12iS Aircraft Build

Posted Date: 09/13/2023

Dr. Muller Shares Plans for New Football Stadium with PHS Students

Dr. Muller Shares Plans for New Football Stadium with PHS Students

Posted Date: 09/13/2023

Facility renovation and new construction are scheduled this year as part of the bond construction plan. Visit the BOND UPDATE page for more details. . . .
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