|2014 Collinsville Boys Basketball Camp|
Camp: May 28-30
Boys entering 1st 5th grades
1:00 p.m. 3:30 p.m.
Camp will focus on fundamentals such as shooting, passing, rebounding, ball handling, and defensive skills in a fun learning environment.
High Camp: May 29-30
The camp staff is dedicated to producing an environment where campers can learn, improve skills, and have fun!
For more information
contact: Todd Anderson 918-633-6608
|Sparks & Harding
Region 7 Coaching Honors
|Region 7 Coaching Honors -- 3 Collinsville coaches were honored by their peers at the Region 7 Coaches meeting held Wednesday night at Union High School. Weston Harding was selected Region 7 Wrestling Coach of the Year for the 4th time while Michelle Sparks was selected as Region 7 All State Tennis Coach nominee. Sparks could be selected by the OCA board to coach the East All State Tennis match in July. The East All State coach will be selected between coaches from Regions 1, 4, 6 & 7. Bobby Sparks was selected as Region 7 Tennis Coach of the Year. Congratulation to these outstanding Cardinal coaches. They are very deserving of these honors. -- Jim Riley 4/17/2014|
Michelle & Robert Sparks
This April 2013 photo shows the CHS husband-wife tennis coaching pair (with their dogs).
|Tennis Girls Outstanding At Grove|
|The CHS Girls Tennis Team competed at the Grove Tournament on Tuesday. They did an outstanding job placing 3rd as a team! Individually, #1 Doubles (Taylor Townsend and Cori Ingram) placed 3rd. #2 Doubles (Nicole Clymer and Laishen Her) placed 2nd. Finally, both #1 Singles (Sonia Rivera) and #2 Singles (Ravyn Murphy) won the Consolation. Great job girls! -- Coach Michelle Sparks (4/24/2014)|
Looking Ahead To Next School Year (2014-15)
|Miss Collinsville Pageant Moving Months Earlier For Jump On 2015|
|The 2015 Miss Collinsville Scholarship Pageant will be held September 20, 2014 at the Faith Fellowship Church. The previous pageant was held Feb. 1, 2014.|
|2014 Great American Cleanup Oklahoma|
School Honor Society Students will be assisting the the City of Collinsville
in the 2014 Great American Cleanup Oklahoma. This is a national
registered event and we expect 60-70 7th and 8th grade students to attend.
We will be meeting at 9 a.m. on April 26th at the Collinsville Chamber
of Commerce and participating in several different cleanup opportunities.
Each student will be placed on a team led by two adults and will be
assigned a different cleanup project. Projects are; landscaping at Herald
Elementary School, Collinsville Middle School cleanup and landscaping,
cleanup at Collinsville City Park, Main Street beautification, landscaping
and cleanup at the Education Service Center, and work at the Community
Garden. Everyone will also be involved with trash pickup to and from
their destination. Parent volunteers and NJHS sponsors will be team
leaders. The City of Collinsville, Chamber of Commerce, and the National
Junior Honor Society are purchasing items to be used during the project.
This is a great way for students of Collinsville Middle School to show
their dedication to service and enthusiasm to make Collinsville a more
attractive place to live.
~ Natalie Bird (4/24/2014)