School news from LeFlore County
SHAWNEE–Four Heavener High Schools students recently represented the school at the OBU all-state workshop .
These students attended and participated in approximately 18 hours of intense rehearsal with guest clinicians from around the state.
While at camp, they had the opportunity to audition for a talent show. Out of 35 auditions, Heavener’s …
Heavener High School has released its superintendent’s and principal’s honor roll for the second semester.
Superintendent’s honor roll
Seniors: Caleb Spencer Lee Armstrong, Ludovica Casolo, Indiana Dawn Marie Crabtree, Cheyanne Summer Cranfield, David Michael Grubbs, Jodie Lynn Hill, Kayla ShiAnne Laneave, Erika Joyce LeMay, Malory Aaryn Lynch, Jacee Brenna Manley, Luke Waylan …
HOWE—Howe Public Schools has released its elementary superintendent’s and principal’s honor roll for the second semester.
Superintendent’s honor roll.
First grade: Gracelyn Allen, Kaylee Gammel, Khloe Green, Ryon Janway, Jordyn Kennison, Liam Horton, Madison McMullen, Corlyn Thornburg, Annabelle Wilson and Charis Wright.
Second grade: Aniston Cox, Ethan Dalton, Gloria Garcia, Reece Harrison, Kayleigh …
HOWE—Howe High School has released its honor rolls.
Superintendent’s honor roll
12th grade: Allison Beams, Kealy Brandin, Yazmin Castanon, Jerry Huang.
11th grade: Nathan Bennett, Lucas De LaRosa, Brayden Dorsey, Julianne Ford.
10th grade: Elizabeth Crabtree, Shelby Gullick, Reece Mitchell, Nicholas Stark.
9th grade: Chesney Barfield, Geren Dalton, Nicholas Ford, Hope Lockhart, Marlene Miller, Jalei …
OKLAHOMA CITY–A coding camp for girls is coming to Oklahoma City on June 13-15.
Oklahoma teachers and students will get the chance to learn to code at a camp conducted by the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education. Oklahoma CareerTech is teaming up with Kelly McCall, Code.org affiliate and trainer, …
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Public school students will have to take fewer state-mandated tests under a bill approved overwhelmingly in the Oklahoma House.
The House voted 95-1 on Monday for the bill that will eliminate several tests that students are currently required to take, including seventh-grade geography, fifth- and eighth-grade social …
Students at 20 Oklahoma public schools, including the Pocola Middle School, will experience learning in new and innovative ways thanks to more than $1.2 million in grants from the Oklahoma Educational Technology Trust (OETT).
Established to provide the latest technologies and teacher training to Oklahoma schools, OETT has awarded each of …
POTEAU—Poteau’s Pansy Kidd Middle School has announced its students of the month for May.
Parents: Chris and Susan Fenton
Electives: Athletics, Library Worker and National Jr. Honor Society
I like school because: I get to learn and I get to see my friends. Most importantly get to make good grades.
HODGEN–Hodgen students of the month were recently recognized.
These students received various school prizes as well as gift certificates from: Sonic, Southern Belle, KP’s, Simple Simon’s, Subway and the Hontubby Store.
Students of the month are Madison Standifer (eighth), Sheldon Hedrick (seventh), Kamryn Keffeler (sixth), Aubrey Thompson (fifth), Brooklyn May (fourth), Hagen …
The FCCLA Southeast District IV election process was kicked off on April 20 in McAlester.
The election process consisted of a test over FCCLA facts, a one minute speech and an interview.
Two members of the Heavener FCCLA were elected. Bethany Cook will serve as the Southeast District IV FCCLA President.
Cook, a …