Avery Lutke, 7th grade, tries to fit her backpack into her locker at back to school night for Will Rogers Junior High.
Ethan Raleigh, 4th grade, gets his first music lesson while meeting the Catalayah Elementary School music teacher Steven Janke.
Karleigh Johnson, kindergarten, watches while her mom, Cici, and baby sister, Ryleigh, get her signed up for class.
Ryder Garrison, 5th grade, puts away his supplies.
Lilly and Baylee Lauminick take Charlee to drop off her supplies and meet her 1st grade teacher.
Shayden McClure, 8th grade, visits his pre-algebra teacher Laura Sahli for back to school information.
Emma Peters, 8th grade, struggles with her locker combination.
Seventh graders Shay Walton and Angelina McBride try teamwork to crack their lockers’ codes.
The office at Will Rogers Junior High had a line out the door all night Tuesday as parents reenrolled their young ones.
Erica, Makayla and Joseph Ault talk with the computers and college and career teacher Chad Willard at Claremore High School.
Claremore High School students Laken Hawkins and Blaine Rayes sign freshmen up for FUZE, a freshman orientation program where freshman are matched with an upperclassmen mentor.
Claremore students highlight of a handful of the clubs and activities available to high school students. Left to right: Samantha Caskey, Eva Wilson, Isabelle Esau, Maria Bustamante, Natalie White, Taisfia Hasin, Payton Moreland, Grace Brasfield and Barb Bacon.
Parents and freshman at Rogers State University move in Wednesday as the prepare for Hillcamp, freshman orientation.
While RSU is mostly a commuter school, more than 600 students live on campus for a school that routinely has enrollment around 3,700.
Students used carts loaned by Lowes, Reasors and Walmart to make move-in more simple.