Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 22, 2013
Cherokee Language Bowl
Six Collinsville Teams Participated
One First & Two Second
Place Winners

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Wilson Elementary Cardinals

Herald Elementary Wolf Clan

Collinsville High School Wolves

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Cherokee Language Bowl
Collinsville Public Schools had six teams compete in different divisions at the Cherokee Language Bowl. Wilson Elementary's team, Collinsville Cardinals took second place. Lenora McMullen and Nancy Thomas are the teachers and team members are Savannah Hutchens, Julieann Nichols, Kaylee Wagner, Kolby Barrett and Cooper Tallman.

Herald Elementary's team, Wolf Clan took second place and Nancy Thomas is the teacher and team members are Elizabeth Thomas, Gabe Graham, Buddie Nichol, Victoria Aman and Alex Nunn.

The high school team, Collinsville Wolves won first place and Aline Phillips is the teacher and the team members are Ryan LeCrone, Faith Sampley, Faith Melton, Quannee Tripp, and Jordan Carney.

First place winners receive $50 each and second place receives $40 each. Students will be rewarded at our annual spring awards ceremony.

Thank you,

Janice Fields
Indian Ed. Director
Collinsville Public Schools
(918) 371-5449 Office
(918) 371-3286 Fax

The language bowl promotes the study, use and retention of the Cherokee language.