Choctaw-Nicoma Park School District
To provide educational excellence for all students while recognizing that students, staff, parents and the community share in the responsibility for learning.
In partnership with our community, we seek to provide a high-quality education, which prepares all students to be contributors in an ever-changing, diverse community and global society. We will continue to "Expect Excellence" in all that we do while preparing our students for tomorrow.......today!
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Important information from Child Nutrition regarding the Parent P-EBT Review Form!
An update on phase one progress with the bond from Mr. Reid and Mr. Dilbeck on the anniversary of the passing of the bond.
The online free & reduced lunch application is now available online
ESS is Hiring Substitute Employees
Choctaw/Nicoma Park is encouraging parents and other members of the community to consider joining ESS as a substitute - this is an excellent way to positively impact our students and schools! Apply at ESS.com
Choctaw/Nicoma Park has partnered with Paper to provide unlimited access to trained tutors so every student can ask questions, work through problems, and grow their confidence—at no cost to families.
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The "Chromebook Usage Agreement" will be distributed by the teachers to be brought home, signed and returned. This form must be completed prior to the student being able to use or check out a Chromebook for school use.
Please make payment through your student’s PowerSchool account: PowerSchool
Student transfers for the 22-23 school year wll be accepted beginning Monday, May 2nd, 2022 at 8:00am
CNP Financial Information is always available on our Business and Finance page.
Located on that page is also a copy of our most recent financial audit.
CNP Schools Transportation is on FaceBook to keep you informed on all things transportation!
Securely order your transcripts online through Parchment.
The Choctaw-Nicoma Park School District firmly believes the safety of students and staff is the number one priority during severe weather outbreaks.