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DECEMBER 2012 


Broken Bow schools apply for math grant


of the grant is to improve teachers’ content knowledge of algebraic concepts and number sense, common core standards, and STEM education and careers.


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If the grant is funded, elementary teachers, middle school math teachers and high school math teachers will have the opportunity to attend a two week math institute to be held in the summer of 2013. Additionally, they will participate in online follow-up sessions throughout the 2013-2014 year. Teachers will receive a stipend for their participation.


The grant requires that the Lead Education Agency or the school submitting the grant partner with other schools, businesses, and higher education. Glover School, Lukfata School, and Holly Creek School have agreed to partner with Broken Bow School.


Eastern Oklahoma State College has agreed to serve as the higher education partner and will provide the professional development. Kiamichi Technology Center’s pre-engineering program will provide the STEM education training. Choctaw Electric Coopeative (CEC) has agreed to serve as the business partner for the grant proposal.


Jia Johnson, CEC director of member services, said the co-op works closely with schools in different capacities and is excited about this opportunity.


Grants recipients will be announced at the Oklahoma State Department of Educations’ Board meeting in late January.


OPERATIONS UPDATE Crews working


near Ft. Towson Contracting crews from Sooner Construction continue to work upgrading lines and electric poles near Fort Towson. Members will notice crews working on electric lines running south and west of Ft. Towson, and north of Boggy. Their work is expected to improve system reliability in that area. Your cooperation is appreciated.


roken Bow School recently submitted a Math Partnership Grant to the Oklahoma State Department of Education. The focus


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MONTHLY REPORT Rural Electric taxes collected


for local schools (For October 2012 collections)


Choctaw Electric Cooperative gross receipts taxes are collected by the state and distributed to local schools. The amount each school receives is based on the number of miles of CEC line in the school district. Ninety-five percent is distributed to schools. The remaining five percent is retained by the state.


SCHOOL


Lane School Farris School


Bennington School Grant School Swink School Boswell School Ft Towson School Soper School Hugo School


Whitesboro School Forest Grove Schoo Lukfata School Glover School Denison School


Holly Creek School Idabel School


Haworth School Valliant School


Eagletown School Smithville School Wright City School Battiest School


Broken Bow School Nashoba School Rattan School Clayton School Antlers School Moyers School


TOTALS 95% paid to schools


5% paid to state 100% paid by CEC


CURRENT MONTH $11.64


$2601.66 $181.35 $2978.63 549.75


$1806.89 $3927.30 $2914.74 $4744.46 $208.35 $1643.77 $1218.28 $1408.19 $1040.88 $1355.72 $2665.77 $5712.45 $3901.61 $2060.91 $4130.60 $2137.97 $4186.15 $5689.18 $1561.00 $6374.62 $1178.98 $7577.30 $2445.12


YEAR-TO-DATE $44.63


$9977.17 $695.47


$11422.82 $2108.26 $6929.29 $15060.91 $11177.80 $18194.66 $799.01 $6303.72 $4672.02 $5400.30 $3991.73 $5199.08 $10223.02 $21906.82 $14962.39 $7903.44 $15840.55 $8198.96 $16053.57 $21817.59 $5986.30 $24446.18 $4521.32 $29058.40 $9376.86


$76,213.27 $4,011.22 $80,224.49


SOURCE: OKLAHOMA TAX COMMISSION


$292,272.27 $15,382.75 $307,655.02


CEC


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