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Mrs. Harris’ fourth grade class was one of six classes to complete military themed test prep “Boot Camp” at Eastside Elementary School. Students were drilled in basic testing skills to prepare for the upcoming state tests.At the end of boot camp, students completed an obstacle course and rec…

Muldrow High School (MHS) students, Robert Anderson, Quinton Broyles and Trevor Riggs, were presented with an award by Oklahoma Department of Labor Commissioner, Melissa Houston, at the Oklahoma State Capitol on April 13.

Paige Diffee, Brooklynn Crowder, Isaac Richardson, Aden Locust, Carolyn McGhee, Julian Wilson, Joseph Velasquez, Cole Johnson, Coleman Wasson and Oaklin Enriquez play Balloon Pop Out in the parking lot of the new Boys and Girls Club of Sequoyah County, Sallisaw unit location. The kids enjoy …

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The Sallisaw Middle School (SMS) Students of the Month for March were selected for the character trait, Synergize-Works Well With Others/Respectful. Pictured from the left, Andrew Barrett and Autumn Henshaw; Landon Massey and Callie Capehart, seventh grade; and Vincent Galvan and Josalin Cha…

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Gore Elementary students enjoyed an egg hunt with the residents and staff at Gore Nursing Center. A very special treat was having the Easter Bunny show up and spend time with the students. The students would like to thank the staff and residents for inviting them to this special egg hunt.

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Amy Edwards, with the March of Dimes local campaign “Miracle Maggie” team, visited with Gore Elementary Character Council to discuss the upcoming 5K auction and walk. The council will be volunteering to make signs encouraging runners/walkers, assist in the auction and participate in the trib…

The Gore Lower Elementary School Students of the Month for March are, Kaylee Grimes, Pre-Kindergarten; Sarah Mannon, Kindergarten; Annabel Haught, first grade; Thor Donelson, second grade; Ryan Grimes, third grade; Corbin Moseley, fourth grade; and Abby Yates, fifth grade.

Friendship was the topic at a recent Story Time at Stanley Tubbs Memorial Library. Attending were, from the left, Ailin Moreno, Isla Kenyon, Grace Prentice, Saydi Shockey, London Sharp, Jenna Sargent and Bryson Luttner. Pre-school Story Time is held at 10:30 a.m.  every Tuesday at the library.

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Gore School students representing Gore Elementary at the Soft Seven Math competition are, Dalton Dover, Oaklei Thornton, Cadi Shoemake, Emma Casinger and Noah Cooper. Their sponsor is Cheryl Sanders, fourth grade math teacher.

Muldrow Elementary School second grade students toured Fire Station No. 11 in Fort Smith, Ark., on March 24. The students would like to thank Battalion Chief Shawn Fuller for arranging the tour.

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The Central Elementary School Students of the Month for February are, in front, from the left, Jacob Long, third grade; Saylor Smith, first grade; Noah Buzzard, second grade; Alex Gregory, first grade; and Jay Ralston and Kara Drew, Kindergarten. Back row, from the left, Legacee Ross, second…

The Roland Upper Elementary February Star Students are, in front, from the left, Jared James and Kaylie Finney, fourth grade. Back row, from the left, Nathan West and Anna Hall, sixth grade; and Graycee Lewis and David Marr, fifth grade.

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Cliff and Katey from KTFX in Muskogee are pictured with spelling bee winners Cherokee Wilson and Dayton Smith, students at Gore School, along with Cheryl Sanders, Gore Spelling Bee coordinator and state spelling bee committee member.

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Members of the Gore School Character Council for 2015-2016 are, in front, from the left, Macy Brimm, Honey McAlister, Kevin Hubler, Ella Magby and Riley Huff. Middle row, from the left, Kaylee Comer, Jackson Duke, Zeke Loudermilk, Aspyn Cearley, Macy Bias, Dalton Dover and Blane Barnes. Back…

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The Marble City School February Students of the Month are, in front, from the left, Baylee Blackbird, Austin Hines, Cheyenne Busch and Riley Pullin. In back, from the left, Geneva Pettit, Destiny Miller, Brandon Busch and Cameron Cheater. Not pictured, Raeana Copeland.

The Muldrow Elementary School January Star Students are, in front, from the left, Callie Huff, Lily Castillo, Parker Sevenstar, Mason Brignac and Paige Yoakum, third grade. Back, row, from the left, principal Tammy Hall; Cailey Grinstead, Kasan Bukhari, Blaine Smallen, Addison Allen and Deni…

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For Read Across America Week, grades kindergarten through fourth at Liberty School went outside to read on the football field and enjoy the warm sunshine.

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In celebration of National Dental Month, Titan Thompson with the Boys and Girls Club of Sequoyah County, Gans unit, makes homemade toothpaste.

Liberty School recently held individual class spelling bees and those winners competed in a school-wide spelling bee. The top two places will be competing in Eastern Oklahoma State Spelling Bee in Muskogee on April 1, Madi Mulanax and runner-up Maile Seubold.

Muldrow Elementary School Star Students for March are, from the left, Blaze English, Laken Mathis, Keannah Garza and Remington McCormick. They are pictured with counselors Mary Peevy, left, and Sarah Harrison.

Liberty Public School recently released the names of the students on the Principal's and Superintendent's Honor Rolls for the first semester of the 2015-16 school year.

Sallisaw High School (SHS) Students of the Month for February are, from the left, Avery Simmers, senior; Trevor Mings, freshman; Randy Turman, sophomore; Sierra Tatum, freshman; Wyatt Rider, sophomore; and Caitlyn Sizemore, junior. Not pictured, Jacob Graham, junior; and Ashley St. Onge, senior.

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Gore Elementary School hosted a Donuts with Dad at the annual Book Fair on March 1. Dads, granddads or uncles were invited to attend the book fair and have a donut with their child. A big thank you goes to Marsha Cordray and Ruthie Smith who volunteered their time to help with the book fair.

Payton Foley, left, a sophomore at Gore High School, placed first in the “Oklahoma, Keep Our Land Grand” Trash Poster contest. Josee Summerlin, a sophomore, placed third. Not pictured, Madison Welch, a senior, placed second. They are all students of Carlesa King, art teacher at Gore High School.

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Gore Elementary School hosted Deputies Dedicated to Reading in conjunction with their annual Book Fair on Feb. 29. Sheriff Ron Lockhart and deputies donated time and money shopping with the students. The students were allowed to shop for their own personal books. This event was a reminder to…

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The Gans School Students of Excellence for the second nine weeks are, in front, from the left, Carson Dyer, Graycie Nix, Taylor Barge and Journey Birth. Middle row, from the left, Terry Underwood, Kalina Peters, Destiny Birth, Christian Gregory and Cameron Morris. Back row, from the left, As…

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Khloe Harp with the Boys and Girls Club of Sequoyah County, Gans unit, is using one of the toothbrushes donated by Redbird Smith Health Center, along with homemade toothpaste, to brush her teeth. Maybe it needed some mint flavoring…

Lexi Barnes, a first grade student in Mrs. Heather Armer’s class at Muldrow Elementary School, completed her February reading log. She received a free pizza from the Book It! Program.

The Muldrow Elementary School January Star Students are, in front, from the left, Foster Tallant, Maverick Barnes, Mistery Mizell and Audrie Shepard, Kindergarten. Middle row, from the left, Olivia Gibson, Bella Rogers, Olivia Shuey and Lexi Barnes, first grade. And back row, from the left, …

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Students from Mrs. Armer’s first grade class at Muldrow Elementary completed their book log for the month of February and received a free pizza from the Book It! Program. Pictured from the left, Sam Horne, Annabella Monday, Kasha Watson and Alexis LaRue.

Muldrow Middle School chose seventh grade student Jaycee Faulkner and eighth grade student Tanner Amundson to be their February students of the month. Jaycee was nominated by Ms. Fowler. She said, “Jaycee makes good grades, is respectful in and out of the classroom, and is just a really swee…

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Sallisaw Middle School eighth grade students delivered Valentine’s Day cards to Sallisaw Sequoyah Manor on Feb. 11. The students were from Mrs. Bair, Mrs. Craghead, Mrs. Gremillion, Mrs. Reaves and Mrs. Sizemore’s classes. In front, from the left, Jalynn Biddle, Lyndsey Phillips, Sam McCawle…

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Muldrow High School students recently came by and presented to Muldrow Elementary students what it is like to be a leader for Presidents Day. Lyndzie Gann came to Mrs. Armer’s class. She did a prezi demonstration and red “Oh, The Places You’ll Go,” by Dr. Seuss. The students enjoyed having t…

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The 2015-2016 Gans Students of Excellence for the second nine weeks, in front, from the left, Carson Dyer, Graycie Nix, Taylor Barger and Journey Birth. Middle row, from the left, Terry Underwood, Kalina Peters, Destiny Birth, Christian Gregory and Cameron Morris. Back row, from the left, As…

The Muldrow Speech and Debate Team traveled to Talihina on Saturday for their last tournament of the season. Once again they came home with the Sweepstakes Trophy placing first among all other schools attending. Individual medalists are the following: Champs Division – Domestic Extemporaneou…

Andria Gourd, of Sallisaw, has been named to the President’s Honor Roll at Rogers State University for the 2015 fall semester.

Keegan Buckaloo, of Sallisaw, has been named to the President’s Honor Roll at East Central University for the 2015 fall semester.

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Roland FFA recently attended the Fort Gipson Leadership Conference. The guest speakers was NFL player Kenyatta Wright who spoke on character and how to be a leader. Attending in front row from the left are: Cameron Gardner, Josh Noisewater, Sam Waddell. In the middle row from the left are: a…

The Marble City School January Students of the Month are, in front, from the left, Jaydin Stephens, Logan Mathews, Julia Honeycutt and Jed Farris. In back, from the left, Cameron Cheater, Javier Hernandez, Ulissa Gaona, Joshua Mefford and Kaleb Trueblood.

Moffett Elementary School second grade students celebrated the 100th day of school on Jan. 22. Celebrating from Mrs. Amy Matthew’s class, in no particular order, Grayson Bates, Abigail Bowling, Caroline Cantrell, Aryss Chambers, Jaden Cherry, Caden Fleetwood, Tarren Fleetwood, Gabby Freeman,…

The Muldrow Elementary School first grade students spent a week learning about their teeth. Laura Williams and Codi Welcher of Sparkman Dental visited with the students and answered questions about dental hygiene. They brought the students a few goodies to help them take care of their teeth.

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