Beth Wells, the 2016 Hilldale District Teacher of the Year, was recognized at a luncheon provided by the Muskogee Area Education Consortium. Hosted on Sept. 22, the luncheon recognized area districts and their Teacher of the Year. Beth was presented a commendation from Senator Earl Garrison and Representative George Faught. We are very proud of Beth!!
Congratulations to our August Employees of the Month! Stacy Miller, 3 rd Grade Teacher, UE Stacy goes above and beyond to help anyone in need. She knows data and testing information like the back of her hand and works late nights to make sure here students get the education they need. She has been a positive light at our school. She truly cares. Stacy is . . .
Muskogee Police Department visited first grade to share their career and how they serve our community. Mrs. McFarland’s class says thank you for keeping us safe.
Hilldale vs Fort Gibson, aka Pink out t-shirts, are on sale! There are two designs available and a portion of the proceeds will be donated for the cure. Shirts are $15 and orders are due by September 30th . Order Forms
Hilldale High School students Aislyn Hensley, Isabella Morrow, Alexandria McBrien, and Leeanna Murrie were selected for Eastern District Honor Choir. 8th grader Madelyn Rogers was also selected. Congratulations!
Mrs. Green's class participated in a science experiment with kinetic and potential energy.
FCCLA begins selling Blue and Gold sausage, bacon, and chicken today! Please see an FCCLA member to place your order. If you do not know an FCCLA member, you may contact Mrs. Hensley at the high school to place an order. Orders are due September 29th.
On October 3rd, the Hilldale Education Foundation is hosting a donkey basketball tournament. Games begin at 6:00 p.m. in the Event Center. There will be 3 games. Each game will have a student team and a faculty team. Student teams will consist of juniors & seniors. Faculty teams will represent the elementary, middle school, and high school - 1 team per school. Prior to the event, students will be able to "vote" for . . .