|Jr. High Football
Update -- Spring 2012
(& Summer Pride Sign-Up Forms)
The 2011-2012 school year is just about to come to an end. It has been a fantastic year with so many memories to cherish. But before we end the spring, we have some unfinished business to attend to.
We are having a parent meeting May 9th, at 5:30pm in the high school cafeteria. This meeting is for all 7th, 8th, and 9th grade players and parents for next fall. We have a lot of information about the upcoming summer pride program and other items to discuss about next fall. This is a very important meeting, so please make every effort to attend.
We will be doing spring football drills during the month of May. The drills will be for this years 7th and 8th grade. These drills will be non-contact drills. Athletes will need football shoes, t-shirt and shorts. If your son has outgrown their football shoes, tennis shoes will be ok. These drills will be done during the athletic hour during school. There will be NO after school practice.
There are many summer
individual camps you son can attend. Please feel free to ask for recommendations
about these camps. Camps are expensive and as a whole offer very little
Summer Pride Sign-Up Forms:
May 17th sign up deadline.
|Bill Clark Hosting Pecan Industry Group|
|Ted, I don't know
if you consider this newsworthy but my dad Bill Clark has been asked to
host a group of pecan industry people at their farm this Wednesday. Dad
has been very active in promoting & expanding the pecan industry in
Oklahoma & has been featured in TV & print media & has served
as the president of the Oklahoma Pecan Association. Could it be pecans
might replace our once mighty dairy fame? He seems to be the "go
to" man in the business.
-- Thanks, Rick Clark. (4/28/2012)
|Last Known Original Dawes Roll Enrollee|
|(Last) Tuesday marks
a sad milestone for the Cherokee Nation, as we have lost our last original
Dawes Roll enrollee, Lula M. Hickey Hall. Our elders are revered and will
always have a special place within the Cherokee Nation.
We will observe
a moment of silence at the Cherokee Nation at 9 a.m. Wednesday morning
and I ask that the flags at the complex and our offices across the 14
counties be lowered to half-staff. I also ask that as a nation, we remember
Ms. Hall's family in our prayers as funeral arrangements
|-- Cara Cowan Watts (4/30/2012)|
|CHS Band 2nd American Classic Competition In Dallas April 28th|
|-- Photo submitted by Connie Collis -- (Previous Coverage)|
|Hey Cadets!!! We
just wanted to congratulate you on this past weekend. We were proud of
your behavior, character, and musicianship. The Honor Band got the 3rd
highest score of the day, and the HS Band got the 2nd highest score of
We hope you enjoyed Six Flags, playing in the awesome Majestic Theater, and Medieval Times. You hopefully made some new friends, and great memories. What a great band family we have.
Students, make sure
to thank the boosters when you see them. They are invaluable to what
we do as directors. Without their help, we would not be where we are
|Baseball Summer Camp|
camp is designed to focus on the fundamentals of defensive and offensive
Infield/outfield play, hitting/bunting, base-running, and pitching will be strongly emphasized during this 4-day camp. Our goal is for your son to leave with a better understanding of the fundamentals required to be a successful baseball player. Indoor facilities are also available in case of poor weather. Those involved in the Varsity division camp will be involved in a more in depth training with the coaching staff.
Who: Ages 5 13
When: May 28 31 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
|-- Ryan Frame (4/28/2012)|