CLAREMORE — Catalayah Elementary second grade teacher Liberty Mann recently won the Channel 2, Tulsa Gold and Silver’s Project Classroom contest. Mann received the $1,000 after she was nominated for her outstanding characteristics in the classroom.
Claremore schools to be in session Wednesday
Claremore Public Schools will be in session tomorrow Superintendant Mike McClaren announced Tuesday afternoon.
RSU lighting ceremony kicks off holiday season
Rogers State University opened the holiday season with the annual Holiday on the Hill lighting ceremony Tuesday night in front of Prepatory Hall.
CHS Academic Team wins annual Brain Bowl
The Claremore High School academic team placed first Thursday at the 32nd annual Brain Bowl at Connors State College in Warner.
Westside Elementary collects Thanksgiving food items for local families
Wednesday was the final day for Westside Elementary students to collect food items for the school’s annual Thanksgiving food drive for Westside families in need.
RSU professor killed crossing highway
An associate professor at Rogers State University, was killed in an automobile-pedestrian collision Tuesday evening.
WRJH students participate in RSU Aero Games
Will Rogers Junior High sixth grade students competed in the second annual Aero Games at Rogers State University.
Verdigris Lower Elementary teacher charged for physical abuse of students
A Verdigris Lower Elementary teacher has been charged with nine misdemeanor counts of assault and battery on her students.
Rise and Shine: Lt. Gov. Lamb visits Catalayah
Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb made a stop at Catalayah Elementary Wednesday morning for the student-led “Rise and Shine” ceremony.
A-F grades released by state
The Oklahoma Board of Education unanimously voted to certify the A-F report cards for schools statewide at a special meeting Wednesday afternoon in Oklahoma City.
Superintendent McClaren says Claremore schools adequately built for storm safety
State Senator Joe Dorman, D-Rush Springs, recently sent out a Take Shelter Oklahoma memorandum to superintendents statewide, encouraging the continuation of signatures for a petition to create a $500 million bond that would put storm shelters in every school.
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