DMS Students of the Month 

6th:  Jonathan McLemore, Callie Amos
7th:  Dax Cooper, Vivien Murphy

8th:  Levi Clements, Jadyn Williams


Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America

Local FCCLA members and officers receive leadership training...

Five students from the Dickson Family, Career and Community Leaders of America chapter recently attended leadership training with other chapters and local officers. The Lead Conference, one of 10 planned around the state, was held in Sept. 2015 at The Ardmore Convention Center. Officers and members from chapters in districts 3 & 4 in the SW Region attended.  Attending from Dickson were Madi Stringfellow, Kailey Evans, Bailey Mitchell, Azlin Sanchez and Davis Hayes. The conferences are designed to train chapter members and officers to become effective leaders within their local chapters, said Denise Morris, Oklahoma FCCLA adviser at the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. They replace local officer training sessions that some districts hosted and are intended to provide consistent training across the state, she explained.“The Lead Conferences were designed as another piece of leadership training for Oklahoma FCCLA,” Morris said. “Chapter officers should leave the conference with the tools needed to move their chapter and its members from good to great.” District officers led the workshop, which focused on teamwork, membership growth, successful STAR Event presentations, social media and chapter programs of work.  Oklahoma FCCLA serves more than 11,000 members in 395 local chapters in junior and senior high schools and on technology center campuses. Known as the "ultimate leadership experience," participation in FCCLA national programs 
and chapter activities helps members become strong leaders in their families, careers, and communities.FCCLA’s mission is “to promote personal growth and leadership development through family and consumer sciences education,” according to the National FCCLA website. It is the only CareerTech student organization with family as its central focus. FCCLA is one of seven CareerTech student organizations affiliated with CareerTech programs. It is affiliated with family and consumer sciences. The other six CTSOs are SkillsUSA (trade and industrial education), FFA (agricultural education), DECA (marketing education), HOSA (health careers education), Business Professionals of America (business and information technology education) and Technology Student Association (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). For more information about FCCLA, visit www.fcclainc.org. For more information about the Oklahoma CareerTech System, visit www.okcareertech.org.



Return this order form with cash, check or money order for $40 to your building office. If using a check, please make it out to DICKSON YEARBOOK. Don’t miss out!

This is the only time yearbooks will be sold during the school year.

Click HERE for an order form.




Basketball Game LED Advertisements

Dickson Basketball Advertising

LED advertisements will be full color.  The ads are available for purchase for any athlete/alumni or business, and will be good for the 2015-2016 season only. Email the artwork/picture that you would like to be used on your advertisement to jmays@dickson.k12.ok.us by Friday, October 2nd at 4pm.

Option A: LED advertisement for BUSINESS--$100
Option B: Individual State Champion/All-State LED advertisement--$25
Option C: Current athlete LED advertisement--$75
Option D: Alumni or 2016 Senior LED advertisement--$50

Click HERE for more information.


Join us October 3 for the school carnival. Tickets may be purchased from the office or from elementary students.

5-7:30 p.m.


2015 Book Fairs coming soon....

Please support our schools by joining us for
the October book fairs 

DLE Fair (October 5-12)
DHS/DMS Fair (Oct 5-9)
DHS/DMS Online Fair (Oct 1-16)



 In June 2010, the Dickson School Board adopted a 24/7 tobacco free school  policy which prohibits tobacco use on school property and at school events for  everyone, at all times, even when school is out of session.



In May 2014, the district added  e-cigarettes and vaping devices to the policy.

Notice of Non-Discrimination

It is the policy of Dickson Public School District No. I-77 not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs, services, and activities as required by Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, and the Age Discrimination Act of 1975. 

Dickson School is a Title I school.  The school is able to use Title I funding to provide pre-school programs, reduce class size, and provide drug free education, science programs and many other programs.  If you have questions please contact Dama McKennell at Dickson Upper Elementary School.  We encourage all parents to be involved in their child’s education. As a parent you have the right to request information about all our highly qualified personnel.  Our goal is consistent school improvement.