Sixth-graders, from left, Azlynn Salinas, Jocelyn King and Kylee Hilterbran use technology and tiny robots in math class to work on computer programming skills.
The House Public Safety Committee advanced legislation recently to require the Dept. of Corrections and Dept. of Public Safety to coordinate to issue valid state identification to inmates upon their release.
Behind The Ea Lookeba-Sickles eighth-grader Madilynn Barger, granddaughter of Chris and Charlotte Kreizenbeck of Clinton and daughter of Rex and Terri Lynn Barger of Lookeba, received the Art Integrity Award and a cash prize in the 2020 Youth Impressions Juried Art Show for her watercolor painting, “Ball Jar in Bloom.” More than 800 entries were submitted to the statewide youth art show, which is sponsored by the Oklahoma Arts Council.
The Senate Education Committee unanimously approved two bills recently to help the children of military families easily transition into the Oklahoma education system when their parents are transferred to the state. Sen. Frank Simpson, R-Springer, said the bills were necessary to help lessen the stress of military families regarding their children’s education when they’re preparing to relocate.
Ronnie Skinner and Reta Skinner to Brownen Rental Properties, LLC, WD. Lots 11 and 12, Blk. 11, Weatherford Original Townsite.
Recipients of the eighth-grade Principal’s Honor Roll who were recognized at a special breakfast sponsored by Clinton Public School Foundation are, front row from left, Kathryn Meacham, Kambree Davis, Baleigh Giblet, Charles Nieves, Jabez Gonzales, Garrison Rhoads and Rebekah Campbell; middle row, Pamela Smith, Clayton Morgan, Alexa Villanueva, Mariela Jacobo, Anna Christie, Brendan Bishop, Cooper Sulley and Susana Vasquez; and back row, Madison Harper, Caleb Savoie, Brianna Denney, Paola Ochoa, Everette Whitney, Bryale Johnson, Carys Garcia, Jaxen Mathews and Zachary Adams. Not pictured are Brian Izaguirre, Raul Lozano, and Selena Rios.