We celebrated two groups last week for April and May Sonic Students of the Month! For April we honored L-R Kade Gaisford, Bella Booth, Audia McIntyre, Bayne Strick, Landon McCartor and Cole Ross. Our May honorees were L-R Kyler Ham, Alex Strick, Carley Nickel, Leddy Johnson, Riah Latta and Noah Coykendall. These students were chosen for hard work and cooperation in the classroom. Our teachers of the month are not pictured because they were off doing what they do best- educating kids! April Sonic Teacher of the Month is Mrs. Nicki Broyles. She teaches all of our music classes and helps students in the resource room. She also is the sponsor and founder of the mentorship program where high school students partner with younger students and provide guidance throughout the school year. Ms. Jena Holloway is our May Sonic Teacher of the Month and is a major part of the foundation of our school. Ms. Holloway is not only an outstanding teacher and BETA sponsor, but a dedicated Reading Specialist as well. She meets one on one with many of our students to provide additional support in their early literacy stages. Congratulations Wildcats!
3 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
May Students
april students
The deadline to register is June 1. Sign up at https://forms.gle/WbK9CQw4UuPFynWd6
3 months ago, Alison Kincannon
Youth Preparedness Poster
The Art Class finished their semester project, a Dr. Seuss inspired mural in the Elementary Library!
3 months ago, Sally Wheeler
Marisa Vallejo
Bristen Robertson
Zanston Clark
the class
Bristen Robertson placed third in the 6th to 8th grade division of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s Trash Poster competition. She and teacher Sally Wheeler were recognized at an awards ceremony in Oklahoma City and Bristen was recognized with other winners on the floor of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
3 months ago, Sally Wheeler
being recognized at the House of Representatives
the winners
Sally and Bristen
Bristen Robertson with her poster
The art class shows off their portfolios from the year.
3 months ago, Sally Wheeler
Zanston Clark
Bristen Robertson
Marisa Vallejo
Thirteen students involved in the Arnett Mentoring Program recently traveled to Ponca City to tour the Marland Mansion. While there, tour guides led the group throughout the 55-room mansion modeled after the Davanzatti Palace in Florence, Italy, teaching them not only about the amazing construction of the mansion, but also about the life of E.W. Marland, the legendary founder of Marland Oil, and his wife, Lydie. The group also made a stop at the Oakwood Bowl in Enid for a little extra fun on the way home.
3 months ago, Jena Holloway
mentor
mentor
mentor
The 1st and 2nd grade students that reached 100 AR points this school year enjoyed a bowling trip in Woodward! 1st grade students: Piper Marie Born, Lucas Coykendall, Rhett McCartor, Carley Nickel, Kindrey Spurgeon, Cameron Stanley, Dylan Watson, and Wesley Wheeler 2nd grade students: Leddy Johnson, Ryder Williams, Oden Shepard, Nikki Clark, and Makenna Hamil
3 months ago, Brittney Gaisford
The 1st and 2nd grade students that reached 100 AR points enjoyed a bowling trip to Woodward!
Thirteen students involved in the Arnett Mentoring Program recently traveled to Ponca City to tour the Marland Mansion. While there, tour guides led the group throughout the 55-room mansion modeled after the Davanzatti Palace in Florence, Italy, teaching them not only about the amazing construction of the mansion, but also about the life of E.W. Marland, the legendary founder of Marland Oil, and his wife, Lydie. The group also made a stop at the Oakwood Bowl in Enid for a little extra fun on the way home.
3 months ago, Jena Holloway
Let Sonic cook for you tonight!
3 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
May sonic night
We invite you to join us in celebrating our Senior Class on Friday!
3 months ago, Alison Kincannon
Graduation Invitation
#seniorsunday Jacob Dale Campbell is the 18-year-old son of Jeremiah & Lori Campbell. His hobbies include playing the bass guitar, video games, and he enjoys art. His future plans include becoming a musician and seeking higher education.
3 months ago, Ross Royal
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#seniorsunday Elizabeth Raeann Tolle is the daughter of Darwan Rae Tolle Sr. She enjoys reading, camping, and spending time with family and friends. Her future plans are to work at a vet clinic and attend college to become a certified tech.
3 months ago, Ross Royal
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Arnett Kiwanis Club hosted the Arnett High School Valedictorian Brooklyn Bayless and Salutatorian Jacob Campbell for lunch today. They were able to visit with members and share their future plans. Thank you to Kiwanis for inviting us today!
3 months ago, Alison Kincannon
Arnett  Kiwanis Lunch
The mentors and 7th graders will be leaving at 6:30 am on Monday, May 9th, and will tour the Marland Mansion in Ponca City. We will not stop for breakfast, eat at home or bring it with you. We will eat at Rib Crib following the tour, then head to Oakwood Bowl in Enid. We will be home around 5:30 so students can be back for the Athletic Banquet. They will need money only for snacks and if they want to do the arcade or bumper cars at the bowling place. Bumper cars require an online waiver to be filled out by a parent, if they are under 18. The waiver is located on their Facebook page in their posts. Please call Mrs. Broyles if you have any questions.
3 months ago, Nicki Gaisford
We invite you to celebrate with us on Sunday, May 8th!
3 months ago, Alison Kincannon
Baccalaureate Invitation
The Arnett 5th & 6th Grade Choir competed at the Tri-State Music Festival on May 4 and received a Superior rating from all three judges. The choir sang two songs, “Grow, Little Tree” and “The Ghost Ship”. Mrs. Broyles is very proud of the sound they achieved this year and has loved listening to them sing together.
3 months ago, Nicki Gaisford
5th & 6th Grade Choir
Athletic banquet info
3 months ago, Arnett Public Schools
booster club
The Ellis co. Elementary track meet will be Wednesday, May 11th at the Shattuck football field beginning at 12:30 p.m. Here is the list of events and students who will be participating in each. The students need to wear black shorts and a gold Arnett shirt. If they do not have a gold one, please wear a black or gray Arnett shirt.
3 months ago, Alysha Ham
5th-6th events
5th-6th events
1st-2nd events
3rd-4th events
The 5th & 6th Choir competes at the Tri-State Music Festival on Wednesday, May 4. Contact Mrs. Broyles if you have any questions.
3 months ago, Nicki Gaisford
5th & 6th Grade Choir
#seniorsunday Dakoda Caleb Tibbett is the 18-year-old son of Jason Tibbett and Cristal Woods. His hobbies include basketball, welding, and fishing. His future plans are to attend a Vo-Tech and travel. Huge shoutout to Dakoda as he used his welding skills and built the light bar for this year's prom. The school appreciates his hard work. Good luck and congratulations!
3 months ago, Ross Royal
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