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Bokoshe Public School is communicating with parents of students who will be juniors during the 2020-21 school year.   Our school district plans to administer the ACT® test in spring 2021 to eligible juniors as part of the state contract with the Oklahoma State Department of Education and ACT.   Last year over 95% of Oklahoma schools selected to administer the ACT.  Our district believes this is an excellent opportunity for all eligible juniors to take the ACT at no cost to them or their families.  Additional information on why we chose the ACT can be found at:  8 Reasons to Choose the ACT TestShould you have any questions/comments, please reply to:     
Celia Abernathy, Counselor.

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Red Ribbon Week

Red Ribbon Week is this week October 26th – 29th 

Monday is School Spirit Day

Tuesday is Tie Dye Day

Wednesday is Pajama Day

Thursday is Halloween Costume Day 

""All I have done is given you a book, You have to have the courage to learn whats inside it.""

- Miss Freida Riley

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There will be a Student Council assembly Monday, October 26th to kick off Red Ribbon Week.

Special Thank You to Everyone for making the Fall Carnival such a success.  Congratulations to Our Division Winners, Pre-K, 4th Grade, 7th Grade, and 12th Grade.



The Biology II class has began their descent into the world of dissections. They started with a cow’s eye and are working their way up to dissecting a pregnant shark.  This goes along with their semester projects in studying marine biology and science on sharks.  This semester, the Bio II class will be journeying into the Deep Blue Sea to learn just what lies beneath the waters.  They will be studying the Mariana Trench and Megalodon sharks as well.  Pictured is senior Zac Taylor 

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Elementary Edventures

Mrs. Ross’ class made DNA Helix replicas in 4th grade while learning the fundamentals of science.  Pictured is 4th Grader Kyra Looper.