(email questions/comments to firstname.lastname@example.org).
Ted Wright -- last update 2/9/2005
& 2/15 (MiscFeb9.html) www.cvilleok.com
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14 update: will end up in EMS rec room)
| The Collinsville
Crimson Cadet Band participated at the Skiatook
contest / clinic Wednesday Feb 9th.
|The Cards In Action
(CIA) are sponsoring the Red Cross Blood Drive
which will be held on Wednesday Feb. 16th
from 8:00 am to 12:30. Students who are 17 years or older may donate.
Local citizens may also donate by calling Coach Slagle at 371-3382 and
scheduling an appointment time. Give Blood! It's the gift of life!!!
|Coach Leon Hadley's
statistics class participated in the Junior Achievement
Stock Challenge on Tuesday Feb. 8th
at Tulsa Technology's Lemley Campus. Student's are given starting dollar
amounts and then placed in a mock Wallstreet setting to trade and sell
stocks. The Cute-T-Pi's, consisting of Heather Hampton,
Emilee Dutton, and Valerie Hart won third place overall and second
place in growth stocks. The session was a great learning experience for
the student's to see how the stock market functions.
Congrats from Coach Hadley
|There will be a variety
show put on by the Junior Class Thurs. Feb
17th starting at 9:00 a.m. entitled "Average Juniors".
This is not a contest, just good ol' entertainment. There will be singing,
dancing, music and comedy. This is a fundraiser for the Prom. Tickets
will be sold to the students for $1.00 each. We would like invite adults
to attend for $1.00 donation also.
| The C.I.A. held
a Tsunami Fund Raiser each day last week.
A National Geographic Video was shown during the lunch periods to emphasize
the devastation of the Asian region. The high school students raised $101.00
which will be donated to the American Red Cross relief fund. Thank you
Collinsville students for caring about others.
-- GO CARDS! -- Coach Slagle
Bands Director Jason Dulin took notes while Athletic Director Bill
Rule discussed athletic schedule plans Monday Feb 7th at the School
Cherokee Organization held their monthly meeting Tuesday Feb. 8th. The
speaker, Dr. Dusty Delso, gave the group scholarship information available
from the Cherokee Nation. He recommended the Haskell Indian Nations University
as an educational alternative. The photo above is of the late Charles
Victory who's name the group adopted. The group meets again March 8th
at Trinity Faith Church. (previous
only had one email on mystery #5 ... if you
have ever walked or driven down Main Street you have seen this! -- Ted
2/9 (Feb 14 update" had one more correct ...
|The CHS Wrestlers
Beat Oologah 44-22 Tuesday night. Must have been a short event as Oologah
forfeited 5 weights and Collinsville forfeited 2 weights. Only 4 bouts
were decided by score and 2 others were shortened by falls. Coach Henry
was back in town in time to see the end of the boys basketball game. --
|The CHS wrestlers
will compete Friday (Feb. 11) at 8pm at Union's UMAC in the state dual.
Their first opponent will be Bristow. Cushing and Glenpool will be next.