The baseball and softball team’s games for Monday were rained out. 

Tuesday the JH girls played Fargo-Fort Supply at home and won 12-3. The high school girls also came out with a win, 14-0.

Thursday the HS girls traveled to Dale to play in their festival. The girls played Ripley in the first round and ended up losing 1-4. They then turned around and beat Maysville 6-4. Friday the girls went back to Dale and played Chandler. The girls ended up losing 0-4. After their loss, the girls turned around to play Kremlin-Hillsdale. The girls came out on top with a 13-0 win. 

Thursday the HS boys baseball team traveled to Hammon to play in the Hammon baseball tournament. They played Fargo/Fort. Supply in the first round and came out with a win. The boys moved on to Friday and played Granite. They ended up losing to Granite. Then Saturday morning, the boys went back to Hammon and played Lomega. They ended up getting beat by Lomega. 

In the classroom this week, Mrs. Wheeler’s 5th grade reading class has been enjoying their latest novel project. They read The Indian in the Cupboard and created Digital Art. They had to use two different websites to create their images. 

In Mrs. Ham’s 5th grade science class, the 5th graders are continuing their learning over the states of matter and their properties. The students made charts and used root beer floats to model different states of matter. 

Over in the Tech Ed building, Mr. McDonald has the kids excited to be learning and creating. They have been busy with multiple projects. One of their projects they completed was engineering their own bridges out of balsa wood. After learning all about the importance of trusses, they completed their bridge model. Then, they had to apply weight to see whose bridge supported the most weight. Kylie Garcia and Brianna Burton built the strongest bridge holding 98 lbs! 

The A-Town TV group is sponsoring the Arnett Ranch Rodeo 5K run/walk this year. Students are free to participate in the run,  but anyone 18 & up will be $10. Come out and support our students Saturday, September 30th! Registration will begin at 6:30am. The race will kick off at 7. 

Don’t forget the District softball and baseball games kick off this week on Thursday, September 21. The girls will host Districts at home vs. Tyrone at 4:00pm. The boys will travel to Leedey to take on Lookeba-Sickles at 3:00pm.  

Upcoming Events:

Monday, Sept. 18 - HS baseball @ Cheyenne

HS softball @ Mooreland

Tuesday, Sept. 19 JH & HS softball @ Cheyenne

Thursday, Sept. 21 FFA Shooting Sports @ Ft. Supply

Baseball Districts @ Leedey
Softball Districts

Baseball Districts 

Board Meeting 8:00pm

Friday, Sept. 22 Professional Day - NO SCHOOL 
Baseball Districts

Saturday, Sept. 23 WOCDA Auditions @ Shattuck

Baseball Districts

Monday, Sept. 25 SWOSU College Fair - Jr’s & Sr’s

JH softball @ Canadian

Brianna Burton and Kylie Garcia with their winning bridge which supported 98 lbs. in Mr. McDonald’s class. 

Crew Watson with his digital art he created to go with the book The Indian in the Cupboard.

5th graders Norah Bryant, Brooklynn Daughenbaugh and Raylie Latta working on their states of matter charts while enjoying their root beer floats.