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Hanna Family and Friends,
We are planning an exciting school year, with all that is going on, it has been challenging making plans. But we have. School will start August 13th. We will be starting out in the traditional setting with regularly scheduled classes, and making our highest priority the well-being, health and safety of our Hanna students and staff.  
Never before have we been faced with such a task! Dealing with unrest in our society, corona virus, and changing of schedules in our daily lives. But our Hanna school is committed to OUR children.
We are mailing everyone Tuesday a school letter that will cover our health and safety measures, changes around the school, class schedules and things we can do as a community to keep our kids safe. Your Hanna School Board and staff have been busy working to make this a successful year.
We are working closely with McIntosh County Health Department, Oklahoma State Department of Education, and local and state leaders to cover all of our bases.
Feel Free to call if you have any questions. (918) 657-2527.
Chad A. Hull,
Hanna Schools Superintendent

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Hanna Public Schools would like to day THANK YOU!!! Hanna Indian Community-- School supplies and water Billy Haltom-- Muskogee (Creek) Nation Myra Berry-- School supplies, masks, and thermometers McIntosh Co. Extension Ms. Wilson-- Art supplies donated Louella Burleson-- Homemade masks Holiday Hull-- 2020 Senior programs and video
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Showing our American Pride

Hanna Students 1st through 3rd grade show off their patriotic spirit as they learn about the flag and our great country!
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Creek Nation Ag Youth Educator Billy Haltom teaches Hanna Students about Agriculture

Creek Nation Ag Youth Educator Billy Haltom spent the afternoon with Hanna Schools future Ag enthusiast . Hanna is adding 4H classes in its grade school and all students are offered a chance to compete in 4H competitions such as archery, singing, public speaking, writing, growing watermelons( a Hanna specialty),livestock judging teams, and shooting sports. Mr. Haltom discussed these 4H opportunities and Muskogee Creek Nation's Livestock Assistance program, which helps Tribal students with animal projects such as chickens, goats, lambs, rabbits, cattle, and hogs. Hanna's school board, community leaders, and parents are committed to help it's students interested in 4-H and agriculture. With influence from Mr. Haltom and hard work and dedication from Hanna students, plans are being made for students to compete in 4-H competitions in the spring and plans are being made to builds pens on campus to keep show animals to compete. Volunteers help and pen building materials are extremely appreciated. Hanna Schools is looking forward to getting this Coronavirus behind us and enjoy country living and McIntosh County Beauty. Call Hanna Schools for information (918) 657-2523 or Chull@hanna.k12.ok.us. Photo with Hanna Grade Schoolers and Ag leader Billy Haltom under Hanna School shadetrees.

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