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Elementary School

301 McDonald Drive                                                                 
Quapaw, Oklahoma 74363
Phone: 918-674-2236
Fax: 918-674-2688
Principal: Sheri Compton
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Wildcat Wednesday

Congratulations to Braylen Martin winner of the Quapaw Grades 6-8 Spelling Bee

Wildcat Wednesday 

Quapaw Elementary School had 723 donated food items for the November Food Drive. The winning class was Mrs. Miles with 188 items. Thank you for your generosity!

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Ms. Flanigan’s Kindergarten class.

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Wildcat Wednesday led by Mrs. Simpson’s 2nd Grade. Class Awards: Earp, Simpson, Roblyer, Jensen, Graham (sub), Huffman. Character Award: Loyalty. Student of the Month.
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Wildcat Wednesday led by Mrs. Roblyer’s 4th Grade. Character Award: Citizenship. Class awards: Jensen, Earp, Flanigan, Reeves

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Mrs. McCullough’s 5th Grade, Students of the Month, Character Trait: Courage

Thank You Quapaw Fire Department
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Wildcat Wednesday led by Mrs. Smith’s Kindergarten. Class Awards: Miles, Patterson, Smith, Anderson, McGuire, Simpson. Character Award: Service

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The Quapaw Elementary School kindergarten class is learning about community helpers the next couple of weeks. Today, they had a visit and presentation by the Quapaw Tribal Marshals. Officer Millard and Officer Carver came to kindergarten to discuss safety with the students and take a tour of the police vehicles.
The annual Grandparent Breakfast at 
Quapaw Elementary School 

Wildcat Wednesday led by Mrs. McGuire’s Third Grade. Character Award: Responsibility. Class Awards: Computers-Mrs. Pryor’s 1st Grade, Upper Library-Ms. Anderson’s 3rd Grade, Lower Library-Ms. Flanigan’s Kindergarten, Music-Mrs. Reeves’s 4th Grade

A big thank you to the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma for inviting our students to the Lost Creek Water Festival.

Wildcat Wednesday led by Mrs. Reeves’s 4th Grade. Character Award: Respect

A big thank you to the Quapaw Elementary Staff who came in a day early to learn how to foster even greater relationships with their students during the 2019-20 school year by using the Sanford Harmony program.  This researched based program identifies practical strategies, stories, activities, and lessons for improving relationships, teaching empathy, increasing student confidence and reducing bullying.