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Mr. Allen Callahan
Superintendent of Schulter School
Welcome from the Superintendent
I would like to welcome everyone back for another exciting year at Schulter Public Schools. I would like to inform all of our parents, students and school patrons that this year, the inaugural year of the states Achieving Classroom Excellence (ACE) requirements for graduation that we have achieved a 100% pass rate. That means that every one of our seniors not only completed their course work but also all of the seniors passed the End of Instruction tests which are now required for graduation.
Also on the other end of the student body, the Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students scored right at or slightly above grade level on the Iowa Tests of Basic Skills. Our scores on the 3rd through 8th grade Criterion Referenced Tests appear to have improved slightly and our hope is that we can exit the Priority School list very shortly.
This year we have added three new members to our faculty and I truly believe that we have not gone backward on the quality of our new people. Mr. Jay Fox has taken over the duties of Elementary Principal and elementary and high school boy's athletic coach. Mr. Fox is a graduate of Preston High School and has most recently been teaching and coaching at Butner. Mr. Rick Duncan was persuaded to come out of retirement to take over the elementary and high school girls athletics and teach high school social studies. Mr. Duncan has encouraged enough girls to play softball, that we are fielding a team for the first time in several years, both high school and middle school! Mr. Duncan is full of energy and has a contagious personality which seems to invigorate all those, both parents and students who he comes in contact with. Our new high school Language Arts Teacher is Mr. Stephen Scott. Mr. Scott brings seven years of experience to Schulter schools. Mr. Scott has taught at both Midway and Coweta. He also plans to expand our Speech and Drama Program.
I know that most all of you have heard of our loss of Mrs. Cheryl Gonzalez. Mrs. Gonzalez was with us for several years and was both a good teacher and a very good example for our young people. Mrs. Gonzalez fought a hard battle against cancer and she will be sorely missed. In a school of our size, the faculty is more like family than simply co-workers and we sincerely hate to lose this dear sister.
Every year as we enter into the new school year, all kinds of rumors abound about our future and that of our small neighbors. I am very pleased to report that we have survived the financial crisis in the state of Oklahoma and are in good financial condition. If the state finances continue their slow upward progress we should continue to provide a quality education for our students for many years to come.
I am extremely excited about the positive changes in our system this year and our plan is to provide an exceptional education to our students and build years of good memories for both our students, faculty and our parents.
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