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More than $1.3 million in technology grants awarded to Oklahoma schools

Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust announces grant recipients

Students at Carney Public Schools will experience learning in new and innovative ways thanks to more than $1.3 million in grants awarded to 20 schools from the Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust (OETT).  

Established to provide the latest technologies and teacher training to Oklahoma schools, OETT is awarding each of the 20 schools $40,000 to purchase new technology equipment.  Additionally, each school will receive professional development training valued at over $25,000. Carney school will use the funds to purchase items including Apple iPads, Google Chromebooks, and various robotics equipment.  Teachers will also receive monthly professional development focused on integrating technology to enhance authentic, real-world learning in their classrooms. 

“Through the OETT grants, we are focused on creating long-term change in our schools,” said Bob Stafford, OETT Board of Trustees chair. “Our goal is to improve overall student achievement and learning through the use of technology.”

Since the grants were first awarded in 2003, a total of 289 Oklahoma schools have received OETT grants.  In addition, more than 10,000 teachers, principals and superintendents have received professional development training to assist their students with the new technology. 

The mission of the Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust is to equip Oklahoma common school and CareerTech students with the technology and technological skills necessary to compete in the global marketplace. The Trust provides grants for equipment, infrastructure, leadership and professional development to implement and advance integration of technology into classroom instruction.

OETT was established in 2001 as a result of an agreement between then-attorney general, Drew Edmondson, and AT&T Oklahoma, relating to the company’s transition to a modernized form of regulation. As part of the agreement, AT&T contributed $30 million to OETT. While 63% of the original $30 million investment in OETT has been distributed, Trust assets have grown to over $36 million. The Trust has distributed over $22 million to date.

OETT is administered by Communities Foundation of Oklahoma and professional development is coordinated through the University of Oklahoma’s K20 Center.  For additional information, visit 




Wewoka Headstart Enrollment

Please download the applcation for more details:  APPLICATION

You will also need the HEADSTART PHYSICAL and HEADSTART DENTAL forms.

Please fax application info to 405-257-5737 or email to and it will be forward to the Headstart Enrollment Coordinator.  If you have questions please call the Headstart Office at 405-257-2321.

Carney School and Mrs. Newport are NOT part of the decision making process for applications.





Carney Public Schools believe that all children have the right to a free and appropriate education.  This is mandated by the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), formerly known as Public Law 94-142.  This federal law provides for all children with disabilities from birth to age twenty-one who may be in need of special education services.  This may include children who are:  Developmentally Delayed, Intellectually Disabled, Learning Diabled, Hearing Impaired or Deaf, Blind or Partially Sighted, Emotionally Disturbed, Autistic, Traumatic Brain Injured, Other Health Impaired, Multiple Disabled, Speech or Language Impaired or Physically Disabled.

Carney Public Schools is interested in locating and identifying children with disabilities who are not currently receiving services.  We offer such services as educational and psychological evaluations, counseling, speech and language evaluations in addition to basic services provided by the schools.  Services are provided at no cost to the parent.

If you have or know of a child who might benefit from our services, please call Brenda Moody at (405) 865-2344.


Notice of Non-Discrimination

It is the policy of Carney Public School District No. 51I046 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. 
Carney 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 Carney Public Schools.  We encourage all parents to be involved in their child’s education.  As a parent, you have the right to request information about all of our highly qualified personnel.  Our goal is consistent school improvement.



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P.O. Box 240
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Carney, Oklahoma 74832

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Phone: 405-865-2344
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