Gore Upper Elementary School students participated in the Preston Scholastic Meet on Feb. 18 in Preston.
Sallisaw Liberty Elementary students and staff celebrated Red Ribbon Week in October to promote healthy and drug-free lifestyles. A school-wide balloon release was held for students to pledge to be drug-free. Students placed their pledge slips to stay drug-free inside the balloons. The balloons have made it as far as Arkansas.
The following students were omitted from the Moffett Public School honor roll for the first nine weeks of the 2014-2015 school year.
Belfonte School recently selected the November Students of the Month, Coby Phelps, sixth grade; Emily Hurst, fourth grade; and Kyelee Williford, Pre-K. Each student received a $10 reward and free concession items.
The November Students of the Month at Gore School are Kekoa Young, eighth grade and Abby Brown, a senior.
Star Students from Roland Upper Elementary for the week of Nov. 10 are Brandie Reese and DeSean Cruse, fourth grade; Jaycee Hallum and Davion Youngblood, fifth grade; and Kayla Allred and Julius Boyd, sixth grade.
Star Students from Roland Upper Elementary for the week of Oct. 27 are Gracie Cosner and Liam Edwards, fourth grade; Kelsie Barnes and Warren Bobbitt, fifth grade; and Ashley Davis and Damien Massa, sixth grade.
Brushy School held a free flu clinic for students on Oct. 29. School nurse Shannon Edwards checked the student’s temperature, height and weight prior to them being given the flu vaccine. Nurse Aubrey Darrow, left, with Sallisaw Health and Wellness Center, gives Chris Horn, a fifth grade student at Brushy, a flu vaccination.
Moffett School officials recently announced the students on the Superintendent’s (all A’s) and Principal’s Honor Roll (all A’s and B’s) for the first nine weeks of the 2014-15 school year.