Competing

COMPETING…Bronson Moore placed 2nd in the 9-10 age group at Fairview’s Youth/Adult Triathlon on Saturday July 25.

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Custer County Health Department: Now is the Time to Vaccinate for School and Day Care

Getting all of the recommended vaccines is one of the most important things a parent can do to protect their child’s health, especially when they are in school or a day care center where disease outbreaks can occur. Whether it’s a baby starting at a new day care facility, a toddler heading to preschool, a student going back to elementary, middle or high school – or even a college freshman – parents should check their child’s vaccine records.

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SWOSU Plans Dawg Days Activities

Southwestern Oklahoma State University fall semester classes start August 17, and  the  New  Student  Orientation Office has planned several  “Dawg  Days”  activities  to  welcome  new freshmen  to  the Weatherford  campus.  And,  a  big “Bulldog  Strong”  event  is planned  for  all  SWOSU students.

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Three SWOSU Students Participate i Stafford-Leonov Exchange Program

One computer science and two engineering technology students at South- western Oklahoma State University in Weatherford recently participated in a new student exchange program offered by the Space Policy Program at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy in Houston (TX).

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Cheyenne Public Schools Extended/Blended Returning to Learning Administrative Regulations

Cheyenne Star – Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County Superintendent Mr. Robert Trammell has released the following information for the extended – blended returning to learning for Cheyenne public Schools.

Face coverings are required at this time when entering the CPS buildings. This is for the protection of everyone. Extended learning will begin on August 13th through August 28th. First day of classes will begin August 31st . Further details are defined below:

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Cheyenne Enrollment Process

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To limit the number of people inside the school building at one time the following changes have been made to the class selection/ Pre-Enrollment process: You will be required to call the office to schedule an appointment for your child to select classes for the 2020-21 school year.

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SWOSU Libraries Enable Research for Students and Faculty

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LIBRARY…SWOSU Libraries on the Weatherford and Sayre campuses have many great resources to support research. Assisting a recent SWOSU class project led by Dr. Jeremy Evert (middle) were Phillip Fitzsimmons (left) and Jason Dupree. Fitzsimmons is head of reference
and digitization, and Dupree is director of the Al Harris Library. (Photo provided)

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Cheyenne Education Fnd. Receives Donations

The Cheyenne Educational Foundation Board of Trustees would like to recognize and thank the following donors.

In Memory of Suzann VerSteeg by Martin and Caroline VerSteeg, Roger Mills County Courthouse Family, Post Adjudication Review Board Members, Max and Janna Montgomery, Chris and Stephanie Jones, Mike and Elaine McGuire.

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Spikes End Season Third in State

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The Cheyenne Spikes played in the State 12 & Under Softball Tournament last week and finished Third in the State! Team members are, back: Lily Barfield, Katelin Scott, Kimberlyn Denney, Kiah Horeis, Lexy Niavex. Front: Kyanna DeLaCruz, Kynli Carlson, Emma Bogges, Kynlee Goad, Calli Taylor, Cambree McGlothlin and Emory Vickers. They are coached by Leisha Carlson and Tara Denney. (Photo by Nicky Barfield)

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