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Hello Bulldog Families!

Every time around this time of year, the time of giving thanks, my heart pours out gratitude to the teachers and staff who work so hard every single day to love and serve children. It has been a mission of mine, at this time of year, to get as many shout-outs and words of appreciation from our SES families to our staff members since our entire staff plays such an important role in your children's lives.  So, if you would, please complete a Google form for each staff member you want to give thanks to and it will be given to them.  It could be a general thanks (to all instructional assistants or all specialists), or it can be very specific to one single teacher or staff member, your choice, but you can do as many as you would like.

  • "Being told you are appreciated is one of the simplest and most uplifting things you can hear." ~ Sue Fitzmaurice

  • "Appreciation can make a day, even change a life.  Your willingness to put it all into words is all that necessary." ~Margaret Cousins

I look forward to sharing these kind words of thanks with each staff member.  I appreciate your time in completing the form/s.  Sincerely, I thank you!  The forms will be open through November 30.


Google form is linked below for you to send thanks! :)



Shannon Muck, Principal

Paul Scroggins, Assistant Principal



Upcoming dates:


Friday, November 11                       Veterans day

                                                        Veterans parade at 1:30pm

Sunday, November 13                     World Kindness Day

Monday, Nov 14 - Nov 17                Book Fair

Wednesday, November 16               All library books due

Wednesday, November 16               Oklahoma’s birthday!

Thursday, November 17                   Star Students/Terrific Kids 1:30pm 2nd/K; 2pm PK/1st

Friday, November 18                       Kindergarten parade at 1:30

Monday, Nov 21 – Nov 25                 Thanksgiving Break



Tuesday, December 6                    Beautiful Day (December birthdays)

Monday, December 12                  Ginger/Brown Dress Up

Tuesday, December 13                 Elf/Green Dress Up

                                                      Building Better Bulldogs Christmas Edition at 5:30pm

Wednesday, December 14            All library books due

                                                      PJ Dress Up Day

                                                      Dina’s Day of Reading 1-2:30pm

Thursday, December 15                Santa/Red Dress Up Day

                                                      2nd Grade Music Performance for parents – Allen

                                                      2nd Grade Music Performance for parents – Gilliam

                                                      2nd Grade Music Performance for parents – Mann

                                                      2nd Grade Music Performance for parents – Mrs. V

                                                      2nd Grade Music Performance for parents – Wilkins

                                                      Star Students/Terrific Kids 1:30 2nd/K and 2pm PK/1st 

Friday, December 16                     Tacky Sweater/Christmas Shirt dress up day

Monday, Dec 19 – Jan 2                 Christmas and New Year’s Break



Dear Parents, 

On behalf of the staff at Sulphur Elementary School, we are happy to welcome you to the 2022-23 school year! We ask that you be patient and understanding as we do our best to educate and keep safety as our main priority this year. We recognize that in order to be successful in school, our children need support from both the home and school. We know a strong partnership with you will make a great difference in your child’s education. As partners, we share the responsibility for their success and want you to know that we will do our very best to carry out our responsibilities. 

We would like to welcome our Assistant Principal, Mr. Scroggins, to our district. We are very excited to have him working with us! 

New this year-meals from the cafeteria will no longer be free for every student. We ask that you fill out a free/reduced lunch form right away. (They are available in the office now, or you can pick one up during the Meet ‘n Greet on August 9th.)

Morning routine at SES for this upcoming school year: 

  1. School starts at 7:50 a.m. Tardy bell rings at 7:55 a.m. It is very important that your child be on time each and every day.

  2. Breakfast will start at 7:30 a.m. Doors will not be unlocked until 7:30 a.m. 

  3. Playground supervision begins at 7:30 a.m.

  4. Breakfast will NOT be served after 7:50 a.m. to students. 

  5. We are having outdoor recess before school. 

    1. Your child will go straight to the playground with their backpacks after you drop them off, unless they choose to have breakfast. 

    2. PK students will go to their building

    3. Kinder students will go to the north playground

    4. 1st grade will go to the middle playground

    5. 2nd grade will go to the south playground

    6. If they choose to eat breakfast, they must stay in the cafeteria until they are finished eating and then they must go outside. 


Afternoon routine at SES for this upcoming school year: 

  1. We will have designated areas for you to pick up your child after school. Your child’s teacher will let you know where those areas are located.  

  2. All “car rider” students will be dismissed at 2:50 p.m.

  3. All students that ride the bus will be taken to the bus loading lane at 3:05 p.m.  

  4. We do not allow check outs after 2:30 p.m. 

  5. Please do not pick your child up late. Staff members often have meetings and appointments they must get to after school. 


If your child is absent, please call the office (622-3326) and let us know. It is not up to the teachers to report your child’s absence. 


Safety precautions for this school year will be:

  1. ONLY STUDENTS will be allowed inside the building without an appointment.  This is for safety for every student and every staff member. You may drop students off at our drop off zone located on Oklahoma street or you may walk them up to the building but will not be able to enter at this time. 

  2. If your child is running a temperature of 100 degrees or more they will need to be picked up from school. We have a bench in front of the SES office that is designated for children that are sick or running fever. Please do not send your child to school if they wake up or go to bed with fever. If your child is sent home from school with a fever they may not return to school until they are fever free or symptom free for 48 hours. 

  3. If your child is vomiting or has diarrhea, please keep them home until they are symptom free for 48 hours. We know this can sometimes be related to allergies or medications, but this does not make for a relaxed learning environment.

  4. Snacks may be sent to school but they have to be pre packaged individually.  

  5. Your child may bring a water bottle daily and they can refill with our fountains.  

The wonderful Sulphur Elementary staff and I feel privileged to be a part of this school family. We thank you for your support and look forward to having a wonderful school year.  

For the Kids,

Mrs. Muck, Principal

Mr. Scroggins, Assistant Principal





School Supplies needed: Regular size backpack and a water bottle.

The school provides all other items. SES Students will not need to pay a supply fee for the 2022-2023 school year.

Randie Rogers, a senior at Sulphur High School is helping to raise money to put toward our elementary school supply fees. You may find her on Facebook under SAILS (, or you may visit the Sulphur Chamber of Commerce to make a donation. 




We have a notification system, Notify, that sends texts to parents/guardians. This is our best way to contact you, so please make sure you keep us up to date on phone number changes. Teachers and the office staff use this often to share information. Notify is not interactive, so your child's teacher will likely also use email to reach out to you, especially if they need you to respond to them. If you would like to add family members or friends to our e-notes list, please click this link for information. 


Each grade level posts weekly notes on their webpage, so please get in the habit of checking their page so you have the latest information for classroom related questions. 

We also share information on our Facebook page, Sulphur Elementary School.


Grade level expectations link


Breakfast and lunch menu link:


Building Better Bulldogs

Birth to 4 program 

Development stages

Once you have your child enrolled with the program, we will email or mail you developmental ability checklists for each age division along with activities that can enhance your child’s development.  We will be having play dates 3 times a year.  During the play dates we will have centers set up for you and your child that are developmentally appropriate for their age, along with a make & take activity for you to do together at home.


SES Google Calendar

Upcoming Events

Contact Tanya Phillips

School Phone:
(580) 622-3326
Conference Time:
Mon-Fri 7:30am-3:15pm

Notification Center

E-Note Notification Center

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