Sulphur Chamber of Commerce members are shown with tables of food that were donated last week as part of a local push to get items to federal workers who were
Caleb Pierce, left, and Briley Miner were chosen as Sulphur High School’s wrestling king and queen in ceremonies last Thursday evening as the Bulldogs competed against Madill. Pierce is a
PHOTO BY MIKE WEST
Feed the Board — The Sulphur School Board enjoyed tasty muffins and cinnamon rolls at the board’s meeting Monday, Feb. 4. The treats were provided by OPAA! — a food service company seeking to help feed the school district’s students in every grade.
Company representatives gave a presentation about how the company works to supply child nutrition meals.The board later voted to approve outsourcing the meals to the company.
The Sulphur Public Schools Board members approved outsourcing the Child Nutrition Program, after hearing a Public Comment presentation on the subject that began their regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 4.
Sulphur Superintendent Paula Crawford asked a large crowd for support in the upcoming school bonds election in a talk before the Chamber of Commerce Wednesday, Jan. 23. She explained that
Local school and state officials show a check representing $25,000 in funds awarded to Sulphur as part of the TSET tobacco settlement funds. The presentation ceremony was held on Tuesday, Jan. 22 during a local basketball game.
Pictured are, from leftJenny Trett, Sulphur Board of Education and Chickasaw Nation; Fob Jones, Sulphur Board of Education; Sharon Howard, Program Manager of TSET Healthy Schools Incentive Grants; Benji Sartors, Sulphur Board of Education; Charles McCall, Speaker of the Oklahoma House of Representatives; Paula Crawford, Superintendent of Sulphur Public Schools; Pam Chitwood, Arbuckle Memorial Hospital and Sulphur Public Schools Wellness Committee; Kasey Kilblane, T-SET Board of Directors; Julie Bisbee, Interim Executive Director and Director of Public Information and Outreach for TSET.
SULPHUR, OK (January 22, 2019) – Sulphur Public School District was honored last Tuesday for their efforts to improve health through the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET) Healthy Incentive Program