RSU bestows 660 degrees
The 2013 class contained more than 660 candidates eligible to participate in the ceremony, which included 376 bachelor’s degrees and 290 associate degrees.
Hansen earns Veterinary Medicine degree
Natalie Hansen, of Claremore, was among 92 students earning a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree (DVM) from Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences during convocation and hooding exercises held on Saturday evening in Gallagher Iba arena.
NTC staff members complete Student Services Endorsement program
Northeast Technology Center staff members were recently selected by their school’s administration to attend the Student Services Endorsement program. The final workshop was held last month at the Oklahoma Career Tech state office in Stillwater.
Dr. Mosier featured commencement speaker at Colby Community College
Colby Community College has announced the school’s founding President Dr. Richard Mosier, will give the commencement address during ceremonies scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday.
Claremore graduate chosen to compete on Jeopardy! College Championship
University of Tulsa sophomore and former Claremore student Forrest Farjadian is set to compete against 15 of America’s sharpest college students this week in the “Jeopardy! College Championship.”
Senior to Senior: Soon-to-be grads get advice from elders
As another school year comes to a close, high school seniors prepare themselves for life after graduation. Faced with more responsibilities and decisions, the transition can be a difficult one to make for students.
CHS Band to perform at Spring concert
The Claremore High School Marching Band will perform following a coronation ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Robson PAC.
40 Years in Education: Westside's Robertson set to retire
Westside Elementary Principal Lou Robertson is set to retire at the end of the 2012-13 school year.
Verdigris Jazz Band wins state for 10th consecutive year
The Verdigris High School Jazz Band recently won its 10th straight OSSAA State Jazz Championship at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Glitch delays state testing for Rogers County schools
The State Department of Education reported Wednesday more problems with online assessments for students in grades 6-12. Nearly 1,000 junior high and high school students were booted out of online programs because of a technology failure
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