- State Report Card
- COVID Response
- Chronic Absenteeism
- Donors Choose
- RFPs & Surplus
- Educational & Community Partners
Oklahoma School Report Cards show how public schools across Oklahoma are serving students in a variety of areas. In contrast to previous years of Oklahoma's school report cards, school performance is now being measured across multiple indicators, including academic achievement, academic growth, chronic absenteeism, progress in English language proficiency assessments, postsecondary opportunities and graduation. Each of these indicators receives a specific point value that translates to a letter grade.
ONE P.L.A.N. (Covid-19 response and guidelines)
Durant School District will, in accordance with ESSER III guidelines, seek public input on its "Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services" plan from all district stakeholders every six months. The plan will be available on the school website and input will be gathered in a combination of methods, including but not limited to a designated e-mail address for feedback (firstname.lastname@example.org), public comment in board meetings, and feedback in Pandemic Response Teams.
DISTRICT One P.L.A.N.(Provide Learning Access Nonstop)
Student attendance is strongly correlated to academic achievement, graduation rates, and postsecondary success. A student is considered chronically absent after missing 10 percent or more of school days. This includes both excused and unexcused absences. Missing 10 percent of school days would be approximately 18 days in a normal 180-day school calendar - just two days per month. Chronic absenteeism looks beyond truancy and average daily attendance to shine a light on how missing school days can affect an individual student's path to success. Please see your student's school handbook for more detailed information about absences.
Founded in 2000 by a high school teacher in the Bronx, DonorsChoose empowers public school teachers from across the country to request much-needed materials for their students. Many DISD teachers request materials annually, which you can help bring to life with a gift of any amount. Visit DonorsChoose.org to read about current projects.
Periodically, Durant ISD will have surplus items for sale or post a "Requests for Proposals" for purchasing purposes, which will be posted below.
The Board of Education of the Durant Independent School District would like to advertise the following Request for Proposals. Bids must meet the requirements of the specifications listed. All addenda, if issued, will be posted with the bid documentation below.
Durant ISD is proud to work with various constituents in education and partners in our community. We hope you find the following links helpful: