P.O. Box 160
214 N 12th
Arapaho, OK 73620
(580) 323-3262 Fax 580-323-5886
(580) 323-3261 Fax 580-323-3469
(580) 323-7264 Fax 580-323-0179
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RESERVE YOUR COURTSIDE SEAT NOW!!!!
The Arapaho-Butler New Gymnasium will have court side seats for all basketball games this year. The seats are padded leather seats with a cup holder and have the AB logo embroidered on them. The seats will be sold by silent auction. There are 24 seats available. The highest bid will choose his/her seat first. We will then go down the list of bids in order, allowing them to choose their seats. Your seat will be reserved for you for every basketball game. This includes elementary, junior high, high school, tournaments and playoff games! All proceeds from the chairs go to Arapaho-Butler Athletics and will be utilized by our student athletes.
Please reserve your chairs now!!!!
This site has a wealth of information for students as well as parents. Wondering what we're having for lunch? Click on the Cafeteria tab to view the breakfast/ lunch menus. Want to know when our next vacation is? View the 2014-2015, Enjoy your stay, and remember,
"Indian Pride Starts Inside"
Arapaho-Butler School Campus/ball fields are tobacco free 24/7
Arapaho-Butler State School Report
A-F Reporting here
Arapaho-Butler Public School seeks to create a challenging learning environment that encourages high expectations for success through development-appropriate instruction that allows for individual differences and learning styles. Our school promotes a safe, orderly, caring, and supportive environment. Each student's self-esteem is fostered by positive relationships with students and staff. We strive to have our parents, teachers, and community members actively involved on our students' learning.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
It is the policy of Arapaho-Butler Public School District No. I-005 not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, services, and activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975.
Arapaho-Butler School is a Title I school. The school is able to use Title I funding to provide pre-school programs, reduce class size, and provide drug free education, science programs and many other programs. If you have questions please contact Mr. Jay Edelen at Arapaho-Butler Public School. We encourage all parents to be involved in their child’s education. As a parent you have the right to request information about all our highly qualified personnel. Our goal is consistent school improvement.