Wildcat Corner

The little wildcats in the elementary celebrated Halloween on October 31st.  They paraded around the school to show off their costumes and then enjoyed snacks and refreshments in their classrooms. 

Pre-K through 3rd grade were given a fun book report project in the spirit of Fall. Each student had to decorate a pumpkin like a character from a book. Students were allowed to use paint, markers, glue, paper, artificial hair, etc.. to decorate their pumpkins.  4th-6th Grade students were allowed to create pumpkins for extra credit as well. 

Adante Smith and Eli Coykendall were chosen for the WOCDA JH Honor Choir. The choir met together on October 23 at the Kelli O'Hara Performing Arts Center in Elk City and performed a concert that evening. Their guest director for the day was Lindsay Schroeder. Eli Coykendall was awarded a medal for being a three-year member of the JH Honor Choir. Congratulations to both of these very talented young men.

November 1st the high school girls basketball team went to their first scrimmage in Turpin. The high school basketball season kicks off on November 7th! 

November 2nd the 5th and 6th basketball teams and the Junior High basketball teams traveled to Fargo. The JH girls won 32 to 13 and the JH boys won 33 to 17. Go Cats!

Friday the students wore their red and orange to support their team for the last bedlam game.

On November 3rd, the HS robotics team went to NWOSU for the Robotics Marketing and Display portion of the contest and placed 3rd. November 4th was the Robotics Game Day at NWOSU and after 11 rounds of staying in first place with the robot, they wound up 3rd after the last 4 rounds. They also brought home the award for most innovative design. 

Elementary staff “Spice Girls”

Hallie McCartor, Lauren Bayless, Toy Stewart, and Lola Coleman as Soda Pops

Bella Booth as Harry Potter

HS Staff as Villians 

Adante Smith and Eli Coykendall

Elementary Pokes fans

Elementary Sooner fans

HS Robotics Marketing & Display Team

HS Robotics Team