CLAREMORE — Westside Elementary honored Veterans Thursday, during its annual assembly. Students honored their family members that served in the military.
Students salute those who proudly served
Catalayah runners reach 100 miles goal
More than 100 students joined Catalayah Elementary’s new running club this year. The program was initiated as a partnership with the Cherokee Nation Healthy Nation program following the construction of the school track last July.
Music scholarships offered to CHS seniors
Following auditions, eight Claremore High School seniors have been offered five-year scholarships for their respected university’s music program.
Claremore FFA recognized for excellence
The Claremore High School FFA program recently returned from the 87th annual Oklahoma State Convention at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.
Catalayah student writes tribute to teachers
Catalayah Music Teacher Steven Janke recently challenged his students to write meaningful poems as a classroom activity for the end of the school year.
Graduates garner $4M in scholarships
A total of 307 Claremore High School seniors along with teachers, faculty, family and guests gathered for the school’s graduation ceremony Monday evening at Lantow Field.
CHS seniors reflect on mothers, friendship during annual event
Mothers and graduating students of Claremore High School gathered for the annual Senior Girls Tea Thursday afternoon at the Rogers State University Centennial Center Ballroom. Reflections and vocal dedications on behalf of the seniors were given by select students and speakers.
VHS celebrates NHS graduates, members
Verdigris High School held its annual National Honor Society Induction Wednesday evening at the VHS gymnasium as members’ offices were transferred through candle ceremony.
Rotary Club donates to Claremore School Foundation
The Claremore Public Schools Foundation received a $4,182 check from the Rotary Club of Claremore.
And the answer is... ‘Jeopardy!’ Clue Crew demonstrates classroom quiz
Claremore High School students in teacher Jan McClaren’s AP European History class participated in a “Jeopardy!”-style educational experience Thursday afternoon.
RSU junior Bates selected for Washington Center internship
Holly Bates, a Rogers State University junior, has been selected for a summer internship through the Washington Center, a nationally-recognized internship program that places students with private, public and nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C.
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