The pre-k class got to enjoy a field trip to the dairy in Gage on Thursday, April 28th. Then went to the Arnett town park and enjoyed a sonic lunch and spent the afternoon playing
4 months ago, Nicole Kuper
Enjoying a snack at the park
Gage Dairy
Standing under the road
Arnett park
The pre-k class got to enjoy a field trip to the dairy in Gage on Thursday, April 28th. Then went to the Arnett town park and enjoyed a sonic lunch and spent the afternoon playing
4 months ago, Nicole Kuper
NO SCHOOL Tuesday, May 3- Let's Go Lady Wildcats!
4 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
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Lady Wildcats are headed to State.There will be no school on Tuesday May 3 so students can go cheer on the Lady Wildcats.
4 months ago, Scot Friesen
Arnett 5th and 6th grade choir students entertained at the Senior Citizens Center today.
4 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
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Rotary Youth Leadership Award Camp has extended the application deadline. This camp is for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. Use the link below to apply! https://leadernu.com/RYLA-info/D5750/
4 months ago, Alison Kincannon
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Rotary Youth Leadership Award Camp has extended the application deadline. This camp is for rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students. Use the link below to apply! https://leadernu.com/RYLA-info/D5750/
4 months ago, Alison Kincannon
#seniorsunday Brooklyn Nicole Clark is the 18-year-old daughter of Amber and Joby Clark. She has two brothers, Nikki and Zanston. She enjoys hanging out with friends and loves her two dogs. Her future plans are to attend Seminole State College and then OU Allied Health to become a Sonography Technician. We also need to give this young lady a huge shoutout for putting these posts together. She put together the panel photos and gathered all of her classmates information to make this possible. Good job, Brook!
4 months ago, Ross Royal
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Pre K enrollment tonight!
4 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
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Prom is this Saturday, April 23. The community is welcome to attend promenade at 8:00 PM beginning in the HS circle drive with introductions and pictures to follow in the little gym.
4 months ago, Jena Holloway
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Our Sonic March Students of the Month are (L-R) Sabe Williams, Lauryn Bayless, Cameron Stanley, Sterling Royal, Norah Bryant, and Jackson Helfenbein. These students are a shining light in our school. Their kindness and positivity stood out last month and we are so proud of them. Mrs. Julie Thomas is the March Teacher of the Month. Mrs. Thomas made a big switch from first grade to second grade this year. She has embraced the change and continues to make learning fun for her students.
4 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
march students of the month
Elementary fundraiser tonight at Shattuck Sonic 5-8 PM. 15% of proceeds go to our school!
4 months ago, Shannon Shoaf
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#seniorsunday Abigail Cheyenne McReynolds is the 18-year-old daughter of Samantha Brown and Tim & Terrie McReynolds. She enjoys spending time with family and friends and watching Dodger baseball. Her future plans are to attend West Texas A&M University, majoring in Ag Media and Communications.
4 months ago, Ross Royal
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The Arnett Kindergarten went to the Okc Zoo on Monday for their field trip.
4 months ago, Amy Miller
The Arnett Kindergarten on their field trip to the OKC Zoo this past Monday.
Twenty five 3rd thru 6th grade Arnett students traveled to Woodward with Mrs. Broyles to watch a performance of the On Stage Woodward’s musical, Newsies. Local students Emma Knowles, Eli Coykendall, and Lola Coleman were a part of the cast, as well as Arnett School’s speech pathologist, Mrs. Dia McGowen. Mrs. Shala Knowles was also involved back stage working with costumes and microphones. All of the kids had a great time and and really enjoyed the performance. Mrs. Broyles would like to thank Kristi Haney for driving the bus and helping as a sponsor, and also to Jenita Cutsinger for meeting the group in Woodward and assisting as a sponsor.
4 months ago, Nicki Gaisford
Newsies Performance
While studying plants and animals external and internal structures in science, the 4th graders are raising their own butterflies. We brought in 34 caterpillars and have been observing them while they go through metamorphosis. The caterpillars have grown so much and are starting to make their chrysalis.
4 months ago, Alysha Ham
Observing daily changes in our caterpillar homes.
4th grade naming each of the 34 caterpillars we are raising.
Adding food to each of the caterpillars cups.
The 5th & 6th Grade Choir shirts were designed by Arnett 6th grader, Riah Latta. Five designs were submitted this year and then voted on by members of the choir. Mrs. Broyles commented, “Arnett has some extremely talented students. Since I started asking for student drawings a few years ago, I have never been disappointed and it makes me really happy to be able to showcase one of our talented artists through our music program.” Pictured: Charity Albert and Riah Latta
4 months ago, Nicki Gaisford
5th & 6th Grade Choir Shirt Design
The Arnett 5th & 6th Grade Choir recently competed at the Seiling Music Festival receiving a Superior rating for their songs, “Grow, Little Tree” and “The Ghost Ship”. They will compete again on May 4 at the Tri-State Music Festival in Enid.
4 months ago, Nicki Gaisford
Arnett 5th & 6th Grade Choir
#seniorsunday Hannah Marie Boyer is the 18-year-old daughter of Kayla and Jamie Elder. She has 3 brothers: Wyatt, Garrett, and Ryan. She enjoys spending time with family and friends. Her future plans are to attend Northwestern Oklahoma State University, majoring in nursing.
4 months ago, Ross Royal
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