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The Oklahoma Math Tutoring Corps (OMTC) will open registration in May for the 2023-24 school year. Tutoring is open for Oklahoma students who will be in grades 7, 8 and 9 in the fall. This high-dosage tutoring program provides 50-minute virtual tutoring sessions three times a week in groups of no more than four students.

The Oklahoma Department of Education (OSDE) will be hosting live webinars to share information about the OMTC with families. Please share this flyer with your students’ families so they may attend and learn about the free tutoring opportunity.

The OSDE has provided three semesters of tutoring through the OMTC. Families who have participated in the program have had the chance to share their feedback through surveys. Some results from the surveys include:

  • 90% of participants increased their understanding of mathematics.
  • 84% of families said participating students were more confident about math.
  • 84% of students indicated they would be more likely to persevere after making a mistake.

After a 9-week pilot in spring 2022, 78% of students who participated had 2022 assessment scores within the same performance level as in 2021 or improved a performance level. Remaining at the same performance level is considered growth as the state’s academic standards increase in complexity each grade level.

OSDE’s Math Tutoring Corps will host two sessions during the 2023-24 school year. The first runs September 17 through November 18, and the second in Spring 2024. Each session can accommodate up to 1,500 students and students are eligible to participate in one or both of the sessions. Families and students can complete a form through this link to be notified when registration opens. The OSDE will provide any needed technology or internet access, and tutoring schedules will occur during students’ free time outside of the school day.

Additional information is available on the OSDE’s Math Tutoring Corps webpage.


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COVID-19 Protocols

  • We continue to prohibit the attendance of anyone who is contagious with COVID-19 at all district facilities and district events.
  • We recognize that the vast majority of medical experts view the available COVID-19 vaccines as safe and effective.
  • We support our families in making decisions about how to protect their children and our employees in making decisions about how to protect themselves.
  • Those returning to school immediately after isolation are recommended to wear proper face coverings for a period of 5 days.  We encourage those who are vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus and other airborne viruses to wear facemasks.
  • We will continue to keep our facilities clean and to provide environments that reduce the spread of airborne viruses.
  • As we move forward, our district goals concerning the pandemic are to prevent the spread of airborne viruses, make up for lost learning, and be prepared to react quickly if COVID-19 re-emerges as a threat to the wellbeing of our students and staff.
  • We reserve the right to reinstate stricter measures to prevent the spread of airborne viruses if necessary in the future without notice.
  • We will follow all directives of state and local authorities with proper jurisdiction over such matters.  These directives supersede our district protocols.


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What is Child Find?

IDEA states all children with disabilities residing in the State, including children with disabilities who are homeless children or are wards of the state, and children with disabilities attending private schools, regardless of the severity of their disability, and who are in need of Special Education and related services, are identified, located, and evaluated.


Is my Child’s information protected?

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords parents and students over 18 years of age (“eligible students”) certain rights with respect to the student’s education records. They include: the right to inspect and review the student’s educational records within 45 days of the day the District receives a request for access, the right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the parent or eligible student believes are inaccurate or misleading, The right to consent to the disclosure of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent, and the right to file a complaint with the United States Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the district to comply with the requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the office that administers FERPA is: Family Policy Compliance Office, United States Department of Education, 600 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20202-4605




Hugo Public Schools wants to make everyone in our district aware of this service provided to children with disabilities free of charge. If you would like more information on child find, contact Bethany Smith, Hugo Public Schools Special Services Director at 580-326-6483

Hugo Public Schools

Locations of Educational Records


Types                              Location                  Custodian


Cumulative School Records               School Offices                        Shelby Dawes

And Health Records                                                                           Hugo Elementary School

                                                                                                            Grades Pk-3rd

                                                                                                            1100 David Roebuck Lane


                                                                                                            Vivian Shanklin

                                                                                                            Hugo Intermediate School

                                                                                                            Grades 4th and 5th

                                                                                                            505 North 8th St.


                                                                                                            Amanda Tidwell

                                                                                                            Hugo Middle School

                                                                                                            Grades 6th- 8th

                                                                                                            300 North E St.


                                                                                                            Chance Baker

                                                                                                            Hugo High School

                                                                                                            Grades 9th-12th

                                                                                                            704 North 2nd St.


Cumulative School Records               Administration Building           Marsha Cox

And Health Records                           208 North 2nd St.

(Former Students)                                                                                                      

Hugo Elementary                    Misty Craddock

1100 David Roebuck Lane


Hugo Intermediate School      Tammie Oaks

505 North 8th St.       


Hugo Middle School               Hailey Richard

300 North E St.


Hugo High School                   Amber Patterson

704 North 2nd St.


Special Education Records                Hugo Elementary School        Lindsey Fechter

                                                            1100 David Roebuck Lane

Receive Text Messages of School News

If you are an employee of the district or are listed in our student information system as a parent/caregiver of a student, you will automatically receive messages if your phone number is correct in our system.  If you are not an employee of the district or a parent/caregiver listed in our student information system and would like to receive text notices of school and district news, or if you need to update your number in our system, please email your name and cell phone number to  

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Our Choice to Use ACT or SAT

Federal and state rules about state mandated testing allow districts to choose either the SAT or ACT as the Grade 11 measure of student proficiency in Reading, English Language Arts, and Mathematics.  Hugo Public Schools has chosen the ACT because it is the more common entrance examination used by Oklahoma colleges and universities.  We feel it is a better measure of the accomplishment of the standards that make up the Oklahoma Academic Standards (OAS).  Our curriculum is aligned with the OAS which is aligned with the ACT.  This alignment allows us to focus student learning on college and career readiness in addition to the development of important life skills.  We value the opinions of parents/caregivers of our students as well as other members of our community.  Please email any comments or suggestions about the district’s decision to use the ACT to our District Testing Coordinator, Mrs. Hicks, at  We welcome your comments in making this decision.  Comments Survey 


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Race & Gender Curriculum

Patrons who have concerns about race and gender curriculum should contact Dr. Dalke at 580.326.6483 or

Educating Children Who Are Homeless

Hugo Public Schools faculty and staff work together to ensure a welcoming environment for students who are homeless.  We strive to facilitate academic success for these students by giving them the right to remain in one school despite their residential status as well as the ability to access all appropriate educational opportunities and services according to the McKinney-Vento guidelines. Flyer Link: (English) (Spanish).

Please contact our Homeless Liaison, Mrs. Lori Hicks, at 580-326-9648 for information and/or help with enrollment and services.

Hugo Public Schools’ Homeless Education Plan 


Educating Children In Foster Care

Contact Your School Counselor for Information & Assistance

Our District Point of Contact is Mrs. Hicks (

Our Foster Care Plan

State Testing Parent/ Student Portal 


Our State Report Card
& Link to Student Testing Data

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Congratulations to

Hugo Public Schools 

District Teacher of the Year 


Christine White




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Contact Information

Hugo Public Schools
208 North Second Street
Hugo, Oklahoma 74743

Hugo Administration Building

7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday


Phone: 580-326-6483
Fax: 405-256-1926

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