RSU student-athlete selected for Washington Center Internship program
Necas Collins, 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. Collins is the first student-athlete in school history to earn the prestigious scholarship.
Bill to dedicate $600M for Okla. schools scheduled
A bill designed to increase public school funding by $600 million annually is scheduled for a hearing on the floor of the Oklahoma Senate.
School board approves date for building bonds sale
The Claremore Board of Education approved May 14 as the set date for the sale of district building bonds, issued in November 2007 for the construction of Catalayah Elementary, the new Claremore High School gymnasium, Lantow Field expansion and other district renovations.
Glitches prompt suspension of Oklahoma tests again
For the second consecutive year, standardized testing for Oklahoma students has been disrupted, prompting the state superintendent to suspend all online testing for the day.
Claremore HS to perform ‘South Pacific’ Friday
Claremore High School students will perform Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific” beginning Friday at the Robson Performing Arts Center.
Catoosa High School artists paint mural to instill respect, inspiration
Catoosa High School students, Devin Jackson and Spencer Plumlee, recently put the finishing touches on a mural that took more than a year to complete.
Claremore Winter Guard named state champs for 2nd year in a row
The Claremore High School Winter Guard placed first at the Independent Regional A state winter guard competition for the second year in a row.
Claremore jazz bands to host annual Jazz Coffeehouse event Friday
The Claremore High School jazz band and Will Rogers Junior High jazz band will present the eighth annual Jazz Coffeehouse event Friday at the Robson Performing Arts Center, Black Box Theater.
RSU Cheer team to compete at nationals
The Rogers State University cheerleading team will head to Dayton Beach, Fla. for the second year in a row to compete in the National Cheerleader Association’s Collegiate Cheer and Dance Championship.
Psychology student represents RSU at Research Day at the state capitol
A Rogers State University psychology student presented original research on near-death experiences during Oklahoma Research Day held April 1 at the state capitol.
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