Serving the three communities of Thomas, Fay, and Custer, we are a small rural Class "A" school with a population of 485 to 495 students, Pre-K through 12th grade, with a school district of 485 square miles. Our school is located in the town of Thomas, which is located in west central Oklahoma, just west of the Highway 54 and 33 junction, 18 miles north of Interstate 40.

Thomas-Fay-Custer Unified Schools are steeped in tradition with state and national recognition in academics, band, vocal, athletics, TSA, FFA, FCCLA, BPA, and Art. Here at TFC, we strive to constantly move forward to best prepare our students to be successful in a constantly changing world community. We feel the school's success comes from the work ethic and high standards that are instilled within our students, not only by the school but by the parents and community as well.

Along with work ethic, we also teach our students to be self-reliant, disciplined, motivated, and creative, so that they will be able to make informed, just, and morally right decisions as they go through life. With these skills and a well-rounded academic schedule, TFC Schools produces young men and women who are successful after high school and will go on to become tomorrow's leaders.

We welcome you to become a part of the Terrier Tradition.

Rob Royalty,


A brooch was found at the
football game last Friday night.
Please call the Sondra at
the school 661-3521 and identify.

There has been a change for Monday night's Pee Wee game against Burns Flat.

The 5th grade will play
at 5:15 pm before the 5:30 game
at Burns Flat. The bus will still
leave at 3:45 pm from
behind the old gym.


*JH/HS Softball are cancelled
*Tooth Lady to visit elementary
*FFA COLT Conference
*Oklahoma State Fair

*Oklahoma State Fair

*Sayre HS Softball Tournament
*Oklahoma State Fair

*Sayre HS Softball Tournament
*Oklahoma State Fair
*HS Football with Chisholm at
7:00 pm

*HS Cross Country at Lomega
*HS Sayre Softball Tournament
*Oklahoma State Fair


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