- Identify and communicate with stakeholders;
- Communicate a clear common mission, vision, value and goals;
- Ensure achievement for all students;
- Collaboratively team;
- Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement;
- Gain active engagement;
- Build sustainable leadership capacity;
- Consistent focus and actions on success: failure is not an option;
- Build a strong, positive culture.
KMS Goals 2023-24
This calendar was student created by our KMS Social Media Class.
Parent Tech Info
Meet Mrs. Francis
Mrs. Angela Francis is the new face of KMS. She is the new Admin Assistant and the smiling face at KMS! Please be patient with her as she learns all of your names and faces!
Meet Mrs. Chancie
Mrs. Chancie Crabtree is our new KMS Counselor! She has jumped right in and doing a phenomenal job getting to know all of our students!
Oklahoma’s Promise allows students who meet certain income, academic and conduct requirements to earn a college or technology center tuition scholarship.
Created in 1992 by the Legislature to help more Oklahoma families send their children to college, Oklahoma’s Promise was originally designated as the Oklahoma Higher Learning Access Program. The program is administered by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.
Contact Mrs. Crabtree for more info
email@example.com or visit
Nurse News from Mrs. Decker
Welcome Back to school notes from Mrs. Decker
As we welcome students back to school, I would like to share a few reminders to keep your student’s healthy and ready to learn.
- Each morning start with a good breakfast. Research shows that children who eat breakfast can concentrate better and are ready to participate in school compared to those who skip breakfast. Breakfast is available for purchase at school.
- Cold and flu season will be here before we know it. Remind your students to cover their coughs and sneezes into their upper sleeves or into a tissue, not their hands.
- Students must be fever free, and no diarrhea or vomiting for 24 hours without the use of medication to return to school.
- If a student has tested positive for COVID, they should stay home for 5 days from the start of symptoms.
- Effective handwashing is the best way to keep germs from spreading. Remember to use plenty of soap and water, scrubbing the palms of hands, fingernails, around wrists and in between fingers for 30 seconds then rinse and dry well. Always wash hands before eating, after going to bathroom and when visibly dirty.
Medications in school & School Nurse Website!
If there are changes during the school year in regard to emergency contact names or numbers, please inform the main office.
Students who need medication during school hours (including inhalers and epi-pens) will need to have a parent or guardian complete the medication form accompanied by a physician’s order to have medication administered during school. All medication received by the nurses office must be in its original pharmacy labeled container and dropped off by the parent or guardian. Please do not send medication on the bus.
Please note, narcotics will not be kept in school and any student requiring narcotics should remain home.
Please be sure to check out the School Nurse link on the school website. Thank you for your cooperation and support! Please do not hesitate to call if questions or concerns should arise.
New Year, New Library, New Books!
Mrs. Stoops has our library looking outstanding! She has added some lots of new books for the students to enjoy!