Durant Intermediate School

Welcome to Durant Intermediate School

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Durant Intermediate School,  established in 1997.  We are proud of our award-winning school, outstanding teachers and staff, hard-working students and committed parents and volunteers.  Our goal is to help each child become a life-long learner! Together we will enhance the educational opportunities for our students.  We are truly a team that works together to guarantee a better tomorrow for our students and our community. Thank You for entrusting  your most valuable treasure to us!

We hope to partner with you as we promote exemplary academic success, encourage personal growth, provide a safe and healthy learning environment and foster a culture of kindness and respect.

 

Aaron McCoy

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DIS Principal

 

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 Assistant Principal  Counselor  Counselor  Nurse

 

DIS Staff Directory


 

School Information

4th grade supply list

5th grade supply list

6th grade supply list

 

2018-19 Back to School Information

DIS Orientation Notes for DIS Parents

We will also have ONE orientation for ONLY NEW STUDENTS TO DIS on Monday, August 13 at 6 p.m. in the 4th grade gym. This includes 4th graders new to the building as well as 5th and 6th graders new to the Durant School District. 4th Grade students will stay for a brief informational session in your 4th grade homeroom. Fourth graders are welcome to bring school supplies. New fifth and sixth graders will return the next evening to drop off school supplies.

5th & 6th Grade Students Tuesday, August 14, “Come & Go” between 5:00-6:00 p.m. Times listed are “come and go” – you can drop off supplies and meet your child’s HOMEROOM teacher during this time. 5th and 6th grade, due to limited time, please do not visit all of your child’s teachers, only their homeroom teacher. You are welcome to walk around and find your other classrooms based on your schedule. 4th Grade classrooms will not be open during this time.

Schedules for 5th/6th grades may be picked up August 10 & 13 at our main office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. You may also view your schedule on the parent portal. 4th Grade homerooms will be posted Friday, August 10 at 3 p.m. or you may view your schedule on the parent portal.

Classes Begin Thursday, August 16

Student Handbook

Please refer to the school handbook for information concerning policies, procedures, discipline and dress code.

 

Drop-off & Pick-up

School begins at 7:50 and breakfast is served from 7:15-7:45 in the main cafeteria and 7:15-7:45 in the 4th grade cafeteria. Students may be dropped-off at the 4th grade parking lot by the greenhouse or through the two lane drop-off on the south side of the building. Fifth and Sixth graders should go straight to the big gym for Rise and Shine unless they need to eat breakfast first. Fourth graders should go into the 4th grade gym as it is the breakfast and holding area.

After school pick-up areas are designated as follows: Fourth grade is picked up in the circle loop (enter from Washington Street) only. Fifth and sixth grade students are picked up on the south side of the building (enter from Washington Street by front entrance). If a family has siblings, the older child should go to the younger child's pick-up area. Buses leave from the playground area on Grand Avenue. No students should be picked up in this area. To arrange bus transportation, please visit the transportation department page or call 580-924-7015.

Orientation Notes for DIS parents

 

School Publications

DIS Yearbook

DIS Weekly Newsletter sign-up   /  PDF Version

 

Special Events / Information


DIS collects box tops to earn cash for our school! Print this form for your child to use and turn in for a treat!

Goddard Youth Camp is an annual week-long field trip for 6th graders. Students participate in various science, social studies, and physical education activities over the week. Previous attendees boast that it was one of the best weeks of their school life! If your student is interested in attending this field trip, you should begin planning early! There is limited space available so you may start adding money to your child’s account as early as 4th grade. The cost to attend is $250. If for some reason your child is unable to attend after you pay, your money will be refunded. The Camp Goddard List will help you prepare for packing.

 


 

Contact Information

 1314 Waco Street  (580) 924-1397 (voice)
 Durant, OK 74701  (580) 920-7940 (fax)

 

 

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