|The 4th and 5th grade
GT students at Herald Elementary visited JA Biztown in Tulsa after completing
the JA Biztown curriculum. The curriculum and field trip combine classroom
concepts and relevant application at Junior Achievement's interactive
JA BizTown facility. JA BizTown helps students connect the dots between
what they learn in school and the world outside of the classroom.
Elementary school students are not old enough to drive, work, vote, or be the boss, but, that doesn't stop them from working for Arby's, Bank of Oklahoma, Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Cherokee Nation, Cox Communications, HollyFrontier, Linde, ONEOK, Reasor's, Ricoh, Schusterman Center, and Tulsa Tech in JA BizTown.
-- LeAnn Crabaugh 5/11/2014
|Kansas City Fun Band Trip|
|The 7th and 8th grade
Collinsville Band recently spent several days in Kansas City. They enjoyed
time at Worlds of Fun, The Great Wolf Lodge, and Legends Outlet Mall.
Thank you to Mr. Newhart, Mr. Still and Dr. Roberts for planning this
fun filled trip for the band students.
-- LeAnn Crabaugh 5/19/2014
-- Pathways To Health Block Party
If you're in the Collinsville, Owasso, or Skiatook area on June 2nd from 5-7pm come see our wonderful community partners! It will be a fun, family friendly event- and it's FREE! -- Robin Bushyhead 5/30/2014
|Home Representative Club May Meeting|
(L) and Jeanie Barnes (R) presented current and future Club President
Anita Mitchell with a scrapbook of this past year's activities at the
final meeting of the year, May 13, 2014. The meeting was held at "Simply
Parties" on Main Street, and a delicious salad supper was enjoyed
Members exchanged Secret Sister gifts, and delighted in trying to guess who had been giving them secret presents all year! A summer meeting is planned to update projects, activities and by-laws in the club's yearbook.
-- Submitted by Linda Pfeffer(5/16/2014)