New Lima Schools

October's Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Tentative Schedule for the Week of 9/26

➡Monday, Sept. 26th:⬅

G/T Parent Meeting 3:15-4:15

School Board Meeting @6:30


Tuesday, Sept. 27th:

Indian Education & JOM Meeting @5:00


Wednesday, Sept. 28th:

See You At The Pole (Sponsored by FCA) @7am

NHS Induction @12:35 in the auditorium

StuCo Meeting @3:15


September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. We here at New Lima want to encourage you to reach out if you're contemplating suicide or self-harm.

The Suicide Prevention Lifeline is available 24/7. It is free and confidential. Call 1800-273-TALK or call or text 988 for help.

Did you know...

🧡According to the CDC, in 2020 there were 869 deaths by suicide in Oklahoma.

💛According to the National Institute of Mental Health, in 2020 suicide was the second leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 10-14 and 25-34 , the third leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 15-24, and the fourth leading cause of death among individuals between the ages of 35 and 44.

🧡According to the CDC, in 2020 Oklahoma's ninth leading cause of death was suicide.

For more information on how to help, visit suicidepreventionlifeline.org or 988lifeline.org


To see the PSAs that our Advanced Computers class created to help spread awareness, click here.


New Lima 🍀4-H 🍀students did great at the Seminole County Fair. All first place entries qualified for the OK State Fair. Here are their achievements:

Front Row (L to R):

🍀Leeanna Simon- 1st & 2nd Places

🍀Aubri Davis- 2 Clover Bud Participation Awards

🍀Charlee Morris- Clover Bud Participation Award

🍀Harper Barkhimer- 1st Place, 3rd Place @OK State Fair


Back Row (L to R):

🍀Devrey Whitefield- 3, 1st Place Entries

🍀Marli Penn- 2nd Place

🍀Sandi Simon-2, 1st Place Entries

🍀Leo Morris- 1st Place


Falcon family--

Do you have great pictures you want to share with the yearbook?

Now you can! Share candids of your student with us at:

https://community.lifetouch.com/invite?code=FALCONFAMILY-23



Congratulations

to the High School's student of the month for August, Rhilynn Mashtare! Rhilynn was recognized for her daily diligence.

If you see her, tell her to keep it up!


New Lima Public Schools is looking for substitute teachers for the 2022-2023 school year. If you are interested in subbing please call us at 405-257-3948 or come by Mr. Lee's office in the Elementary to fill out an application.

2022/2023 School Year Supply Lists

Online Student Transfer application is now available. This application allows parents/guardians to submit an open transfer request that will be processed in the order in which they are received. For any students new to Oklahoma, the application will assign a State Testing Number (STN) that is used for enrollment purposes.

https://sde.ok.gov/student-transfers

👏👏Congratulations to MARLI PENN for being our high school student of the month for March! Marli was nominated and won based on the character trait of Attentiveness.


Attentiveness is “concentrating on the person or task before me.” Not only does this help you learn, but it shows how much you value the person or project in front of you.


Attentiveness isn’t always easy, especially in today’s multi-media and fast-paced world. Sometimes you have to silence your phone, turn off the television, or face away from other distractions in order to give someone the respect and attention they deserve.


If you see Marli, tell her congratulations!


🎓Our HS kids went to Southeastern Oklahoma State University in Durant for an interscholastic meet yesterday. We placed 9th overall! We are so proud of how they did!

Libby Driggers: Computer Concepts- 5th Place

Mackenzie Jordan: Algebra II- 5th Place; Government & Politics- 7th Place

Coley Keesee: Algebra I- 6th Place

Jackson Keesee: Music Fundamentals: 1st Place; Music Literature: 2nd Place

Ian Ketcher: Algebra I- 9th Place; Physical Science- 1st Place

Lexi Lindemann: Plane Geometry- 4th Place

Janna Malone: MS Excel- 5th Place

Eternity Mashtare: Biology- 8th Place

Alma Torres: Integrated Productivity Software- 9th Place; World History- 8th Place

WAY TO GO, GUYS!


🏀 Congratulations to our two All-Conference basketball players for the 🏀

2021-2022 season, Logan Carr and Alloni Harge!

🎉Congratulations🎉 to our February student of the month, Brooklin Ford! Brooklin was given this award because she consistently shows the character trait of Respect.

People that show respect:

*Value others.

*Respect differences.

*Use good manners.

*Don't bully or harass others.

*Treat people the way they want to be treated.


Our G/T students held their own New Lima Science Fair recently. Jaylee Ipok seized first 🥇 place, Kennedie Reynolds earned second🥈, and Alyssa Marchbanks was awarded third 🥉. We are so proud of the hard work all the students put in. Great job, guys!




Congratulations to our January Student of the Month- Ian Ketcher! Ian was awarded for showing the character trait of self control. If you see this awesome student, give him a pat on the back!



Our December student of the month is Emma Marchbanks! Emma was selected because she consistently displays the character trait of responsibility. If you see this fantastic student, congratulate her!






The revised Student Transfer Policy takes effect January 1, 2022.

Student Transfer Policy Effective 1-1-2022.pdf




Congratulations to MACKENZIE JORDAN for being our November Student of the Month! Mackenzie was nominated and won based on the character trait of Diligence. To qualify, Mackenzie had to be a person who focused her effort on the work at hand.

New Lima had five, count them-- FIVE All Conference players for the fall baseball and softball season. Way to go, guys! We are proud of you!

Girls: Sr. Alloni Harge & Sr. Hannah Heard; Boys: Sr. Garrett Burgess, Jr. Logan Carr, & Sr. Jackson Keesee


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Our Mission

To encourage the students, within the limits of his/her capabilities to acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to function effectively as a worthy citizen in a democratic society. To teach each child to develop a knowledge and appreciation for American culture, American citizenship and the rights and responsibilities of being a citizen. To recognize the individual differences of each student and to provide the educational opportunities necessary to meet those needs. To teach character by preparing a student to accept responsibility in all endeavors, to respect the rights of others and to have high moral and spiritual values. To understand the needs of all students and provide the opportunities in the vocational, as well as the academic fields, by establishing a program to meet those needs of vocationally inclined, as well as those of the academically talented. To develop a healthy and controlled body able to meet and to withstand the rigors of daily living. To develop wholesome personal and social attitudes which are fundamental to sound human relations in the home, the school and the community.