I missed seeing all of my student’s smiling faces (sometimes I didn’t see them until noon for those non morning kiddos!)as they walked to class today. I missed all of my bus kiddos and telling them to have a great day! I missed my teachers/colleagues/ friends and talking about- well, anything!
Many caregivers struggle to provide care for their loved ones on their own. The South Western Oklahoma Development Authority (SWODA) Area Agency on Aging (AAA) believes it is important that caregivers know they are not alone in their struggle to help their loved ones. The SWODA AAA has a program that may benefit many caregivers in southwestern Oklahoma.
The Cheyenne Public Schools Yearbook staff works together to create a yearbook that captures the essence of our school community, students, staff, events, and memories. We strive to preserve memories through the inclusion of all students while acting with integrity.
A Declaration of Election Emergency was issued last week by Paul Ziriax, Secretary of the State Election Board. The election emergency declaration required all County Election Boards to accept resolutions adopted by the governing bodies of school districts, municipalities, technology districts and counties to move their April 7 elections to another date. Regular and statutory elections could be rescheduled on June 30, the next available election date and the date of the State Primary Election.
The annual 5-County Conference All Star Banquet was held Tuesday, March 10, 2020 at the Elks Lodge in Elk City, Oklahoma.
Mr. Kevin Merz, Canute High School Principal, served as the Master of Ceremonies. He welcomed all the athletes, parents, media and friends to the banquet. The Invocation was given by Hammon Senior Ethan Torrance.
The Cheyenne HS Art Club held a raffle to raise money for the 1st annual Katelyn Freeman Memorial Scholarship. Robby Cogburn was the winner of the raffle. We would like to thank the community for their generosity and support. (Photo provided)
Three Cheyenne High School teachers attended the State ACT Workshop at OSU on Thursday, March 5. The all-day workshop was presented by the State ACT Board where teachers were instructed in strategies for mastering the test format as well as core intensive strategies for specific content areas. Those attending were Ms. Melisa Moorman, science instructor; Mrs. Kara Smith, math instructor; and Mrs. Dianna Butler, English instructor. (Photo provided)