MANDATORY SCHOOL CLOSURE
The state Board of Education voted unanimously on March 25, 2020 to enact a mandatory, statewide closure of all public schools through the end of the 2019-2020 school year. We are developing a Continuous Learning Plan that will begin on April 6, 2020.
"Justice Public School will create a learning environment where students will master skills needed to be productive citizens."
(405) 257-5514 Fax Number
Justice Public School
36507 EW 1310
Wewoka, Oklahoma 74884
Seminole County Students:
(405) 944-5746 Fax Number
Butner Public Schools
PO Box 157
Cromwell, Oklahoma 74837
Justice School grab-n-go meal pick-up times in front of the cafeteria will be Mon-Thu from 9:30-10:30 each morning. Meals will include breakfast, lunch, and third meal that can be picked up at one time. School staff will be on hand to deliver meals to vehicles as they pull up to the cafeteria. The Principal’s office will be open from 8-1 each Monday. The Superintendent will be assisting with meal distribution Mondays-Thursdays. Thank you and be safe.
Justice School will be able to serve daily grab-n-go meals that will include breakfast, lunch, and third meal at one time starting Monday, March 30th. In order to have adequate prep time, meal pick-up times in front of the cafeteria will be moved back to Mon-Fri from 9:30-11:30 each morning. School staff will be on hand to deliver meals to vehicles as they pull up to the cafeteria. We will have both the superintendent and principal’s administrative offices open and manned with their regular personnel from 8-1 daily. Thank you and be safe.
This message is to remind all our Justice families that we will be able to feed any students age 18 and under both breakfast and lunch at one time starting Monday, March 23rd. We will serve on a grab-n-go basis from the cafeteria Mon-Fri from 8-10 each morning. If you did NOT submit a survey for our projected meal count at, please leave a message at 405-257-2962 x3403 (Mrs. Sherrin) or x3404 (Mr. Bryan). School staff will be on hand to deliver meals to vehicles as they pull through the circle drive. We will have both the superintendent and principal’s administrative offices open and manned with their regular personnel from 8-1 daily. Thank you and be safe.
Dear Justice Parents and Staff:
This afternoon, the state Board of Education voted to close all Oklahoma schools, effective immediately, until at least April 6 in an effort to minimize the spread of COVID-19. This includes Justice. Additionally, there will be no school activities during this time.
While state officials mandated schools to close for two weeks following spring break, they also encouraged administrators to prepare for the possibility of longer-term closures, if it becomes necessary. At least 35 other states across the country also have made the decision to close schools statewide in the interest of public health.
Oklahoma schools are not expected to be required to make-up the missed days. At this time, schools have been instructed by the state Department of Education not to provide online, home-based or distance learning for students.
This is an unprecedented situation, and it continues to evolve by the hour. We know this uncertainty can cause anxiety and worry, but we want to assure you that Justice is doing everything possible to ensure the needs of students and employees will be met during this unique time. We will be closed for classes, but – as a district – we will continue to serve our community, while abiding by the healthy best practices that have been recommended by the CDC. Employees will receive information about their responsibilities during the school closure over the next few days.
We encourage you to comply with what health officials have recommended as well. If you can, please stay home and enjoy family time. If you must go out, please practice social distancing, allowing at least six feet between you and other individuals. If you have questions about COVID-19, please contact your medical professional or the county health department. You also can learn more about how to prevent the illness by visiting https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prepare/prevention.html
Communication will be key during the next two weeks. It is our hope that accurate and up-to-date correspondence will combat fear and panic, as well as help you make well-informed decisions for your family. You can get the latest information by visiting www.justice.k12.ok.us. There, we will be posting answers to frequently asked questions as soon as they are available, including those about child nutrition services, employee payroll, end-of-year activities and more.
For Justice, there is nothing more important than the safety and health of our students, staff and community. We want you to be safe, and we appreciate your flexibility and understanding. Justice is strong, and we will get through this together.
As we are all aware, COVID-19 is present in Oklahoma. If you are planning to attend a large public event, please check with the event organizers for information in case the event is postponed or cancelled.
We strongly recommend that people do not attend events if they are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, which include fever, cough, and shortness of breath. And if event attendees start to experience symptoms while at an event or conference, they should leave the event and seek medical advice promptly by calling ahead to a doctor’s office.
Oklahoma’s public health officials work to provide the general public, including event organizers, with guidance intended to help prevent and slow the spread of COVID-19. The following is recommended guidance to follow at all times as the situation continues to change:
Wash hands often
Avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth
Cover your cough or sneeze
Avoid close contact with people who are sick
We are working closely with our strong and expansive network of national, state and local partners to continue monitoring the situation. All Oklahomans are advised to take social distancing precautions such as implementing telework and avoiding large gatherings when possible.
We strive to empower Oklahomans through education and resources. To find accurate information on COVID-19, visit the Oklahoma State Department of Health website at coronavirus.health.ok.gov. For questions, please call the OSDH call center for public inquiries at 1-877-215-8336.
The Oklahoma State Department of Education grades schools yearly on their performance in all areas of student learning and teacher performance. At Justice, we are proud of the growth in all areas of student achievement each and every year. You may CLICK HERE to view any of Justice Public School's District & Site Report Cards.