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COVID 19 Guidelines


If your child has a fever of 100.1 or higher, keep them home.

 If your child feels bad, keep them home.

If you have your child tested, keep them home until you have a negative test result.

If your child comes in contact with someone who is positive for COVID 19, he or she must stay home for 14 days.

If we have a positive test confirmed at school, we will do contact tracing and send home students who have been within 6 ft. of that person for 15 min or longer. Parents will be asked to come pickup their child. The child will have to stay home for 14 days from last contact. We will also look at total time the student was in a classroom with the infected child.

If your child tests positive, he or she must stay home until he or she has a negative test result or 14 days from parent report of positive results.

All students participating in extra-curricular activities who have been quarantined for 14 days need a negative COVID test to return and participate dated at the end of that 14 days.

These guidelines are subject to change due to any changing information from health officials.

I can be contacted at the following: Cell: (918) 978-0321 Work: (918) 352-9677 jreynolds@olive.k12.ok.us

Jimmy Reynolds Olive Superintendent











2020-2021 School Year


All athletes must have a physical done, and all forms turned in before practice starts.  Please see links for forms.  If you have any questions, please email lshoulders@olive.k12.ok.us.  

Physcial Form 

Cardiac Arrest Information and Form 

Concussion and Head injury Information 

Concussion and Head injury Form 


Senior Slideshow 2020


Olive Wildcats,

We are excited to celebrate our Seniors Friday evening, June 12th at 7 pm. We will have graduation on the baseball field. Seniors will need to arrive early at 6:30 and meet me at the bleacher behind home plate. Families are invited to attend and sit with their own family; bring chairs or a blanket. We are asking for you to sit outside the white lines to save places for the students to walk and sit. It is important to maintain social distancing. If you are needing to stay in your car to watch, we will have some of our teachers helping with parking for those with health concerns. There will be a speaker system where you will be able to hear from the fence line. We can't wait to see you on Friday. Please call or email me if you have any concerns or questions. 918-352-9569 ext. 217.

Mrs. Lobaugh


Graduation for Seniors will be: Friday, June 12, 2020 at 7 pm (Location TBD)

Graduation for 8th Grade will be: Saturday, June 6, 2020 at 10 am (Location TBD) 



New resource for students to report inappropriate behavior anonymously.  Also, online lunch payments are now available.  This is the letter that was sent home with students.  


Friday, January 11, 2018




Starting today, our school is launching a  resource to keep our school safer. Students and parents will be able to report anonymously, via a mobile app, any information that will help keep a positive and healthy school climate within Olive Public Schools.  We are wanting to be proactive instead of reactive when dealing with inappropriate behavior. Grades 4th-12th had an assembly on Friday introducing this new resource.


For our lower grades, we realize parents will need to guide their students more when using this resource.  We encourage all parents to discuss the Stopit app with their students. The app may be downloaded free of charge through Apple or Google Play.  You will need to call the school for the appropriate site code:


Online payments for lunches are now available.   You must have an email address on your student’s demographic page.  If you do not have an email registered with the school, please contact the secretaries and provide them with an email address, so you can log on to your student’s account and make payments.  If you have any questions, please contact Karla in the cafeteria.




Thank you,


Olive Public Schools Administration




School Wellness Newsletter  


Olive Public School Staff is "Highly Qualified."  Parents have the right to request information from the office concerning the teaching credentials of staff.