The OSSAA has announced tentative ADM for 2017-18.
See the projected ADM for all state schools HERE.
For LeFlore County schools, Poteau is the 77th largest school with an ADM of 618.49.
Heavener is the second largest school in the county and the 149th in the state with an ADM of 328.83.
Spiro remains third at 289.62 while Pocola is fourth at 256.82. Panama is at 214.25 and likely headed back to Class A in football.
Howe is next at 184.45 while Talihina’s ADM is 177.41 and Wister has 172.61.
Arkoma comes in at 313 with 115.20, Cameron is at 104.38, while LeFlore is at 73.43. Whitesboro is at 70.53 and Bokoshe has an ADM of 59.75.
According to Heavener officials, a vote on reclassification will be held at the coaches’ meeting next week to keep 32 schools in 6A 1 and II, 32 in 5A, 32 in 4A, 32 in 3A with 64 schools in 2A.
If approved, that would mean Heavener would drop down to 2A for the 2017-18 football season and likely be in a district with Vian, Spiro, Hartshorne, Pocola, Valliant, Antlers and Wilburton.
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