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-- Jr. HI Update
Spring is just around
the corner. We have just completed our winter sports schedules and we
have several congratulations to pass on. Our 7th grade boys basketball
team dominated the Metro Lakes Conference schedule and captured another
conference title. Our Jr. High wrestling team wrapped up the Metro Lakes
Wrestling title along with several other individual regional and state
medalists. Also our high school wrestlers had another tremendous season,
back to back Dual and Individual State Titles.
Our football athletes, whom have been in off-season, have made great
strides in the weight room. They have become bigger, faster and stronger.
Our classroom performance seems to be outstanding, thanks to the efforts
of our terrific faculty and support staff.
Many of our athletes at this time are going into spring sports. We have
over 85 male track athletes with 2 coaches, and many other athletes
participating in baseball and club soccer. I dont know for sure
how many female athletes are in track, but the bus is full every afternoon
when it pulls up to the track.
Dont forget we have a Pie Auction Monday night, 6:30
in the high school commons. Donations go to the Boys and Girls Track
This time of year students have a tendency to let their grade slip down.
Please use parent portal to stay up with their assignments. We as coaches
try our best to be in touch with their grades but with so many it sometimes
is difficult to track each of them.
Our Summer Pride schedule will be released sometime after spring break.
We plan to have some spring football drills after track season.
If you have any questions, Please give me a call.
Tom Redding firstname.lastname@example.org / 918-607-8423
Dr. Seuss! We love your books!
Mrs. Wolf's Kindergarten Class (3/2/2012)
You Have Diabetes
You Might Need Hepatitis B Vaccination
A new recommendation
from the ACIP (Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices) advises
adults aged 19-59 with diabetes to be vaccinated against the Hepatitis
B virus. (See the full report here: http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/mm6050a4.htm)
Hepatitis B is transmitted through contact with blood and body fluids.
In 1991, this vaccine was made part of routine childhood vaccinations.
Newborns generally receive their first vaccine on the day of birth and
complete the series of 3 doses within their first 6 months of life.
If you did not receive a childhood vaccination series and are ages 19-59
with diabetes, ask your doctor about your risk. The Hepatitis B vaccine
is available at all Tulsa Health Department locations, for a fee. In
Collinsville, call 918 596 8650 for more information.
Public Health Nurse
Tulsa Health Department
|More Dr. Seuss
|Ted....here is the
fine trio.......fresh from their performance at the ECC!
Green Eggs and Ham! Angie Means, Melissa Smith and our wonderful superintendent
Terry Due! We celebrated Dr. Seuss day in a Big way! Thought this would
be a cute picture for the web site!
-- Carol Ann Sallee (3/2/2012)