Federal Information:

Federally Notifications and Information:

Compliance: Link(s)/Information:

District’s Title IX Coordinator and Board Policy:

Josh Brown Assistant Superintendent, Phone: 918-266-8617 or Email:  jbrown@catoosa.k12.ok.us

Notice of Non-Discrimination

https://5il.co/1h9au

Notice of Child Find

Child Find Notice and Sooner Start PreSchool Transition Information

Notice of Rights Under the Protection of Pupil Rights Amendment

FERPA for Students, OSDE Notice

Parents Right to Know (letter or policy)

Parents Right To Know Policy

School Report Cards

Catoosa District, Catoosa High School, Wells Middle School, Cherokee, Helen Paul

Contact Information for the Homeless Liaison:

Paula Haueter, Director of Federal Programs, Phone: 918-266-8617 or Email:  phaueter@catoosa.k12.ok.us

Office of the Inspector General Hotline

https://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oig/reportfraudposterk12.pdf

ARP ESSER III Safe Return to Learn Plan

ARP ESSER III Safe Return to Learn Plan

ARP ESSER III Spending Plan

ARP ESSER III Spending Plan

State Information:

School district expenditures:

Compliance Link(s)

The Oklahoma Cost Accounting System (OCAS) code designation for each expenditure

OCAS manual

The amount of funds expended, and the purpose and type of the transaction

See Financials

The per-pupil spending figure for each year

See Financials

The budgeted and audited actual expenditure figures for each fiscal year

Financial Audit and Financials

See 70 O.S. § 5-135.4 for further information

District Financial Audit:

Compliance Link(s)

A copy or a hyperlink to a copy of the school district’s most recent financial audit shall be posted on the front page of the school district website. 

Financial Audit (Website requirements are posted at the bottom of the front page of our website.)

See 70 O.S. § 22-108 for further information

Reading Sufficiency Act (RSA) related information:

Compliance Link(s)

Policies and procedures of the school district on student retention and promotion

The number and percentage of all students in grade three that did not meet the performance criteria for RSA on the pursuant to Section 1210.508 of the RSA

By grade, the number and percentage of all students retained in grades three through ten

Information on the total number and percentage of students who were promoted for good cause, by each category of good cause as specified in 1210.508C

Any provisions to the policies of the school district on student retention and promotion from the prior year

See 70 O.S. § 1210.508.A-F for further information

Bullying prevention policy which addresses: 

Compliance Link(s)

Bullying by students at school and by electronic communication

CPS School Board Policy

A procedure for reporting an act of bullying to a school official or law enforcement agency, including a provision permitting anonymous reports

Stop IT App (CPS anonymous reporting app)

A requirement that a school employee who reasonably suspects a person is a target of bullying shall report it to the principal or designee

High School Handbook, Middle School Handbook, Elementary Handbook

A requirement for district personnel to investigate reports, and a procedure for notifying the parents/guardians of victims and perpetrators of verified bullying. 

High School Handbook, Middle School Handbook, Elementary Handbook

See 70 O.S. § 24-100.4 for further information. 

Student Transfers

Compliance Link(s)

Capacity numbers as established in your district policy, along with the number of current vacancies at each grade level for each school. The numbers should be updated Jan. 1, April 1, July 1 and Oct. 1 each year following discussions with the Board of Education

Capacity numbers

The district’s student transfer policy

CPS Student Transfer

Information about School Vaccines:

Compliance Link

EXISITING LAW:  70 O.S. 2011, Section 1210.191 A  (this section did not change)

No minor child shall be admitted to any public, private, or parochial school operating in this state unless and until certification is presented to the appropriate school authorities from a licensed physician, or authorized representative of the State Department of Health, that such child has received or is in the process of receiving immunizations against diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, haemophilus influenzae type B (HIB), measles (rubeola), rubella, poliomyelitis, varicella, and hepatitis A or is likely to be immune as a result of the disease.

Health Services Webpage

NEW SECTION:  70 O.S. 2011, Section 1210.191 E (this section is NEW)

The State Department of Education shall provide and ensure that each school district in this state provides, on the school district website and in any notice or publication provided to parents regarding immunization requests, the following information regarding immunization requirements for school attendance: “For school enrollment, a parent or guardian shall provide one of the following:

1. Current, up-to-date immunization records; or

2. A completed and signed exemption form.”

Health Services Webpage

Exemption Form

Student HandbooksOAC 210:35-3-69

Compliance Link:

*High School Handbook

High School Student Handbook

*Middle School Handbook

Middle School Student Handbook

*Elementary Handbook

Elementary Student Handbook

Information about School Board Meetings:

Compliance Link(s)

A schedule and information about the regularly scheduled meetings

Regularly Scheduled Meetings

Include the date, time, place and agenda of each meeting

Agenda Archives, Google Sheet for BOE

Provide information about the date, time, place and agenda of any special or emergency meetings

Regularly Scheduled Meetings

List at least the names of the school board members

School Board Members

See 74 O.S. § 3106.2 for further information.