Fisher resigns as FFA advisor/ag instructor School board discusses A-F Report Card
The Okeene School Board Okeene held their regular scheduled monthly meeting on Thur., Apr. 4, which included hiring new teachers, accepting resignations, and discussing the State Department of Education’s A-F School Report Card.
Board members discounted the school’s state report card assessment stating that the state’s rating system is “complicated” in regards to how their scores are calculated in the first year under the new accountability system. School officials expressed no alarm for the scores at this time. Okeene Elementary earned a “C,” Okeene Junior High a “D,” and Okeene Senior High a “B.”
Veteran FFA Advisor/Ag Instructor Clayton Fisher announced his resignation to the board. Fisher has been with the school for 15 years and will complete his duties at Okeene at the end of June. Fisher said that he leaves with “mixed emotions,” and cited his reasons for leaving.
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