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Byng School is participating in the Oklahoma School Performance Review Program administered by the Office of Educational Quality and Accountability.  Participation in the Oklahoma School Performance Review Program is completely voluntary.   Log in to access the survey with the "Parent Survey" button above.

Byng School Hosts Johnson O’Malley Recognition Assembly and Reception
Byng School’s Indian Education parent committee will host the annual recognition assembly on Sunday, April 26, 2015. The assembly will begin at 2:00 pm in the Byng High School auditorium with the reception to follow in the high school student center.  Recognitions will include all Johnson O’Malley students in attendance and outstanding students from Francis, Homer, Byng Elementary, Byng Junior High, and Byng High School. The public, Johnson O’Malley students and their parents are invited to attend.

Thank you Byng patrons
for passing the Transportation Bond issue! 

Your "yes" vote will allow us to purchase some of the vehicles necessary to transport our students to school and the many activities available at Byng Schools.

Byng Fourth Grade Students Perform
National Anthem at Rally in OKC



Byng Elementary 4th grade students Geralyn Haney, Joelee Williams, Faith Presley, and Ella Wisbauer were chosen to sing the National Anthem at the Oklahoma Educational Rally on Monday, March 30 at the state capitol building in Oklahoma City.  These students were under the direction of music teacher Janice Presley.

In order to make up class time missed recently due to inclement weather, the following changes have been made to the Byng Schools calendar. We appreciate your continued cooperation as we adjust to Oklahoma's ever-challenging weather.

April 3-regular classes
May 1-regular classes
May 8-regular classes

April 6-10 school will dismiss at 3:11 p.m. rather than the normal 3:05 p.m.

Parents and Guardians of 6th-12th grade students,
Below are links to the OK State Health Department, CDC, and Voices of Meningitis website regarding information about Meningococcal Meningitis and the vaccine.  Please take time to read through this information.  Currently, the meningococcal vaccine is not required for students to attend public school, but is recommended.
Thank you,
April Dugger, RN
Byng School Nurse
 Foreign Exchange Students

From March 5-25, ten students from Ibaraki Christian High School in Japan will live with families in the Byng community and will attend Byng High School to experience American culture firsthand. Welcome, Japanese students!​

Click this link for pics and other information.

(Japanese exchange students and their American host students at Cross Point Camp​)
Ebola Information

We understand that everyone is concerned about Ebola and what this could mean for us here at Byng Schools.  First, we would like to make you aware of two reliable sources for information.  Our Oklahoma Health Department has a good site at for local information.  The Center for Disease Control at also has a lot of information.  Our local hospitals are taking steps to be prepared even though the likelihood of having a positive patient is low.  We have been in touch with Pontotoc County Health Department and are working to stay informed about the situation as it evolves.  The health department would provide direction in the unlikely event that our area is affected.

April Dugger, R.N.
Susan Holmes, R.N.
Elaine Jones, R.N.

Enterovirus Information
from the Pontotoc County Health Department
Due to the recent exposure in the national news about Enterovirus, the Pontotoc County Health Department has provided basic information regarding the virus.  This information explains good preventative measures to take for any virus, which is especially important since flu season is near.  The link below will explain more about the virus and steps you can take to protect yourselves and your children.  For more information, visit
April Dugger, RN
School Nurse

Newsweek logo
Byng High School Recognized
as a Top Performer by Newsweek Magazine

Byng High School was recently recognized by Newsweek as one of America's top high schools in 2014 for performing better than statistically expected for the level of poverty of our student body.  Click on the link above to read the entire article and to see where Byng ranked.

A-F Report Cards
The Byng Schools A-F report cards for last year were released by the Oklahoma State Department of Education November 6, 2013. While these reports undoubtedly provide useful information we will use in our quest to improve the way we teach students, they fall far short of presenting a comprehensive picture of the work done by students, faculty, and patrons of Byng Schools. We remain committed to giving every student enrolled at Byng the chance to succeed and appreciate all you do to help us reach that goal.  Please feel free to contact any of the school sites or the central office if you have specific questions about the grades or how they were tabulated. We will continue to work hard to give Byng students every opportunity to reach their dreams and to remain the “School of Choice”.

2014 Grades

Click to View County District School Name and Site Code Grade
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Byng ES (105) B+
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Homer ES (110) B+
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Francis ES (115) A+
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Byng JHS (610) B
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Byng HS (705) A

2013 Grades
  County District School Name and Site Code Grade
Click to View        
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Byng ES (105) B
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Homer ES (110) C
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Francis ES (115) B-
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Byng JHS (610) B
View Report Card Pontotoc Byng Byng HS (705) B+


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