Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 14, 2009
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Clifford The Big Red Dog /
Responsible Kids /
Sept. 11th Observance

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More Wilson Responsibility Kids

The students at Wilson elementary are continuing to be responsible students. The first grade teachers chose another set of kids who show good responsibility in their classrooms last week.

First row (l-r): Lucas Carpenter, Amy Schrag, Tyler Branham, Parker Minick, and Gentry Weiser.
Second row (l-r): James Huck, Jolie Cole, MacKenzie Chacon, and Hayley Leach.

Submitted by Lee Ann Due (9/13/2009)

Clifford Visited Wilson Elementary
Wilson Elementary 1st graders have been reading about Clifford the Big Red Dog, written by Norman Bridwell. Clifford and his best friend, Emily Elizabeth, visited our school Friday, September 11th, to visit with the 1st graders and read one of Clifford's favorite books. The group also sang songs together about Clifford with the two visitors. The students were really surprised!

1st pic (above): Mrs. Ragle (1st grade teacher), reads a Clifford the Big Red Dog book with Emily Elizabeth (aka Mrs. Williams, 1st grade teacher) along with Clifford himself.

2nd pic (below): Emily Elizabeth (Mrs. Williams) and Clifford the Big Red Dog sing a Clifford song with the students, while snapping their fingers
along to the beat.

Fresh Paint
The Wilson Elementary Gym was getting a coat of tan paint Saturday. With this view from the elementary football games at Sallee Field this weekend. (Previous Coverage)
The VFW had the downtown business flags on display and the Meadowcreek United Methodist Church fed city emergency worker and staff Friday on the eighth anniversary of the Sept. 11. 2001, terrorist attacks.