The Cheyenne High School Academic Team finished the District Tournament undefeated! Pictured, back: Jarrett Ford, Tack Hammer, Corbin Robinson, Haiden Sides, Ridge Little, Cailby Perez. Front: Ms. Lisa Moorman, Cutter…
October 19, 2020 — Cheyenne Public Schools is making every effort to remain open during the continuation of the COVID-19 Pandemic. As we enter into winter activities, we will be facing one of our biggest challenges yet. As fans pour into gymnasiums on these cold winter evenings, CPS will ask all spectators to properly wear a mask. This is to help protect our student population, our visitors, and ourselves. We also ask to continue social distancing as able and utilize the student lounge for concessions when needed.
The Board of Education of Cheyenne Public School District hereby announces that statutorily individuals interested in running as a candidate for the #1 seat on the Cheyenne Board of Education…
Officers of the Cheyenne FFA chapter participated in the 2020 Oklahoma FFA (chapter) Chapter Officer Leadership Training Conference Sep. 22 at the Grady County Fairgrounds in Chickasha, Oklahoma. The eight state FFA officers planned and conducted this year’s conference based on the theme, “Reduce, Renew, Resolve.” Elected officers from each of the 64-high school FFA chapters in the Southwest area attended the conference, which equipped each student with leadership tools that focused on conflict resolution within a team.
Cheyenne Star – Official Newspaper of Roger Mills County The Cheyenne High School Business Professionals of America Chapter kicked off the week by voting for the 2020-2021 Officer Team! I would like to introduce you to the BPA officers for this upcoming school year.
Hope to see you all out at the Draggin’ Main activities. Scott Martin and friends and Alumni have been working hard to get it all together.
Roger Mills County has had 73 positive COVID-19 cases. Currently there are 11 active cases in Cheyenne, 1 in Crawford, 2 in Durham, 6 in Hammon and 3 in Reydon.
The Cheyenne-Reydon Lady Bear Seniors were honored last week at the last home game. Tenley Allen is the daughter of Rocky and Sara Allen. She plays third base for the Lady Bears and enjoys the excitement and thrill of softball. After high school Tenley plans on attending college.
Ms. Lisa Moorman and the Cheyenne Chemistry Class have been working on mathematical conversions, designing experiments, planning ahead, delegating tasks and accurate measurements. The students had to alter a recipe for no bake cookies in order to make 2.5 cookies within a certain time limit. It was reported there were successes and there were learning opportunities and Ms. Moorman bravely tried almost all of them! (Photos by Lisa Moorman)