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Mission Statement

The Mission of Sharon-Mutual Schools is to ensure all students will be empowered with skills to become productive, successful, family-oriented citizens.

2017 Zach Taylor First Amendment Essay Contest
Oklahoma high school students are encouraged to participate in this upcoming essay contest that will highlight the First Amendment. Participants should pick one of the freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and write an essay about that freedom’s importance to our daily lives. Students are encouraged to do factual research and to write creatively and personally, rather than write a report.

Three students will win cash prizes, courtesy of Freedom of Information Oklahoma. First prize is $300, second prize is $200 and third prize is $100. Seven students will receive honorable mentions and gift cards.

The essay contest deadline is October 18.

Download the contest flyer for additional information.

If you have questions, contact Bill Young, Public Information Manager for the Oklahoma Department of Libraries, at
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OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 22, 2017) – State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister today announced a student art contest to design a new specialty license plate benefiting education. Proceeds from the purchase of the specialty plates will be used to bolster teacher recruitment efforts in Oklahoma.

In the License to Educate contest, students in Pre-K through 12th grade may submit original artwork, with the winning design ultimately selected by Oklahomans in an online vote.

The Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) will accept education-related artwork for the plate through Sept. 22. Students may submit entries digitally through the OSDE website or by mail. Entry forms are available on the OSDE website.

The agency will narrow down submissions based on creativity, aesthetic appeal and relevance to public education in Oklahoma. Finalists’ submissions will be posted online Oct. 9, and the public will be able to vote for their favorite through Oct. 20.

Hofmeister kicked off License to Educate at a Tuesday news conference at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art.

“It seems only fitting that our schoolkids be the ones to design the specialty plate that benefits the very education system in which they are learning. We are excited to see their submissions and are confident the judges will have a difficult choice selecting the finalists,” Hofmeister said.

“The arts are vital to a well-rounded education, and there is a proven correlation between art and academic achievement. A child who spends even a few hours a week on art projects is exercising creativity and self-expression, building critical thinking and problem-solving skills and fine-tuning motor skills.”

The Oklahoma License to Educate license plate was created through legislation authored earlier this year by state Sen. Stephanie Bice and Rep. Ryan Martinez. The license plate will cost $35 and be available for pre-order shortly after Nov. 1.

For more information, visit the License to Educate web page.

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Mrs. Long would like to request that her high school students bring an empty cereal box or shoe box tomorrow to school if they have one. ... See moreSee less

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The SM National Honor Society blood drive is Wednesday, August 16 in Mutual from 1:30-5:30 in honor of Coach Nelson's mom. She has fought cancer and we are doing a credit to patient for her in case she needs blood. Mrs. Nelson is an English teacher at Laverne High School Call 580-989-3231 to schedule an appointment. If you can't make the drive in Mutual, please drop by any local blood drive and tell them that you'd like to credit your donation to Mrs. Nelson. Thank you for saving lives! ... See moreSee less


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School Closings

In the event of bad weather and schools are closed, all students and staff will receive a recorded message to the phone number on record. Please make sure your contact information is up to date. You may check local radio and TV stations for information.

Many factors are taken into consideration when deciding to close the school, but the safety of our students and staff will always be our number one concern.