Roosa Carnival: Raised funds will be used for completion of new playground
Stuart Roosa Elementary will host the third annual Roosa School Carnival from 5:30-8:30 p.m. Friday. Funds raised from the public event will be used toward the completion of a new playground expansion.
Catalayah students raise more than $6,500 for Jump Rope for Heart
Catalayah Elementary recently raised a total of $6,555 during the school’s third annual Jump Rope for Heart event.
RSU Scholarship Auction & Dinner features Mustang raffle
The Rogers State University Foundation will host their annual Scholarship Auction & Dinner at 6 p.m. May 15 on the lawn of the RSU Claremore campus.
Claremore’s Jackson wins national art award
Fourteen-year-old Claremore art student Luke Jackson has achieved a prestigious honor for his work.
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.
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