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Brain injuries cause disruption in sports

Caden Bowles, Feature Editor

December 15, 2015

Filed under News, Sports

The skull and mounds of brain tissue are what hold and protect the central organ of the body, the brain. Although the brain has its own biological helmet, it is still susceptible to severe injury. Whether an athlete plays a hig...

Distribution of athletic funding explained

Tate Banks, Co-Managing Editor

December 15, 2015

Filed under News

Every year, students, parents and community members flock to the games of the high school’s athletic programs. Throughout the year, the sports — tennis, baseball, basketball, volleyball and more — field student athletes whi...

Potential issues come from lack of personnel

Natascha Mercadante, Sports Editor

December 15, 2015

Filed under News, Sports

Nationwide, eight high school athletes have died this year. Oklahoma ranks 49th when it comes to the safety of high school athletes because athletic training services in the state are not utilized properly, according to National A...

Teachers honor coworkers with nomination

Emma Banks, News Editor

December 14, 2015

Filed under News

Out of the 62 teachers and four counsellors that work at the high school, two employees have been recognized for their hard work and excellence and been named the high school’s Teacher of the Year nominees. They are world his...

District plans for the future

Tate Banks, Co-Managing Editor

December 14, 2015

Filed under News

With the fate of thousands in their hands, several dozen people gathered at Red River Technology Center on November 19 and 20, 2015. They came from all walks of educational life — students, teachers, principals, administrators, co...

Teen-tutoring program begun on Mondays

Dustin McDevitt, Reporter

December 9, 2015

Filed under News

MONDAY, MONDAY, MONDAY! Late start Mondays have given rise to Monday tutoring in Spanish teacher Mary Dayton’s classroom. Dayton has opened up her classroom during the first part of Monday mornings to anyone that needs help in an...

Students apply to universities at College App Night

Bridget Tolle, Co-Managing Editor

November 20, 2015

Filed under News

Seniors unable to attend College App Night can contact senior counselor, Kim Justus, or GEAR-UP representative, Allison Lovett. FAFSA and OKPromise nights will be held in the spring to help seniors with applying for financial...

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