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Only A Few Items Remain @ Reduced Prices

We are looking to sale some of our items in the Industrial Arts Dept. Our wood is brought in rough and planed down to finished sizes.  Our students learn how to build their projects from a set of plans and this guides them to a finished product.  Our students are learning to do quality work that can be appreciated for years to come.  However, some students did not complete their projects from years past or they were not . . .

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Marching into Warmer Weather!

             Spring Break is just around the corner! Warmer days mean nicer weather for playing outside at recess! During the month of February, students were kept busy attending a NBA basketball game, having a visit from Butler Fire Science students, and Valentine’s Day parties too!      . . .

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Science Club Goes to Tulsa

Eureka Jr/Sr High School Science Club went to Tulsa. Saturday, March 10, 2018 the day started early. Club members boarded the bus at 6:30 am to make the trip. The initial destination was the Tulsa Air and Space Museum (TASM). At TASM the students were given a brief tour of the MD-80 airliner that adorns the yard adjacent to the museum buildings. Students manipulated the hands-on displays, sat in the aircraft displays that were available . . .

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WILD Adventures 2018

WILD members and sponsors traveled to Wichita on March 8, 2018. 60 WILD members went on this trip. Adventures for the day started at Laser Quest. Each student was afforded the opportunity to play three rounds of laser tag. Students were exceptionally respectful and cooperative while there. They received compliments from the administration at the facility. Following lunch WILD traveled to Wichita Ice to embark on skating adventures. . . .

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Debates in Government Class

    During the last week in February students in government class were given topics to debate on.  They were put into groups and researched pros and cons about their topics.  From there they conducted a debate's in class where they had to defend their topic.  There were many well constructed speeches on the topics.  The students learned how to conduct a debate and learned how to properly . . .

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Marshall Goes to Wichita

Last Wednesday I had the honor to travel with almost all of my students! At 8:45 am, grades 1-6 departed for Wichita to head to the Interest Bank Arena where they would watch the Oklahoma City Thunder play against the Souix Falls Skyforce. Now we may have come to see a basketball game, but being the music teacher, I was looking for the musicians that help bring the spirit for game day. As we were walking from the parking lot, students . . .

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