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It is designed to provide you with information you may needand links to helpful and fun sites.
Here is where you can view your grades.
This is the Gracemont Public Schools handbook, here for your reference to any school policies or rules.
Deciding what college to go to, what major to start with, and what career to go into is difficult, but first you need to prep for college. Regardless of whether you have made the decision yet, studying for the ACT or SAT is important!
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Everyone has emotions, everyone has boundaries and limits. School can be a very stressful environment for some students, due to home reasons, mental illness, or other factors.
We all have some sort of struggle, and everyones struggles are valid! It's not a competition, and we all need to look after each other. Emotions can be presented in many different ways, so it's important to remember that the way someone acts might not correlate with how they feel. Understanding, patience, and support is the way to power through this.
Be kind to others , you never know what theyre going through.
Most students experience significant amounts of stress, and this stress can take a significant toll on health, happiness, and grades. For example, a study by the American Psychological Association (APA) found that teens report stress levels similar to that of adults. Given that nearly half of APA survey respondents reported completing three hours of homework per night in addition to their full day of school work and extracurriculars, this is understandable.
School stress impacts students of all ages and backgrounds. In some cases, the effects of stress can be more harmful to students than what caused the stress in the first place.No one can eliminate all of the external factors that can cause a student to feel stress. What students can do, however, is to manage how they respond to school stress.
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The Mission of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes Johnson O’Malley program is to provide great opportunities for Native Children for achievement through student and parent involvement in academic and cultural education.
The Johnson-O'Malley Program is a federally funded program authorized by the Johnson-O'Malley Act of 1934. This Act authorizes contracts for the education of eligible Indian students enrolled in public schools and previously private schools. JOM is a local program is operated under an educational plan, approved by the Bureau of Indian Education, and contains educational objectives to address the needs of the eligible American Indian and Alaska Native students. Johnson-O’Malley funds under this program may not be used for capital expenditures or individual expenditures such as clothing, computers or other personal items.
My name is Alayna Jackson; I Am a representative of the Johnson-o’malley Program that is currently assisting Gracemont Public Schools with their Native American students. I am here to serve the students and parents to the best of my ability with this program, for the school year.
We encourage the students and sarents to use the program for the resources we have to offer and use it throughout the school year. If you have any questions or concerns, we are more than happy to assist you anytime.
WICHITA & AFFILIATED TRIBES HIGHER EDUCATION
PO BOX 729 ANADARKO, OK. 73005