Nearly 15 years after passage of the federal Real ID Act, Oklahoma will become compliant with the controversial law by the fall of 2020, officials now say. Oklahoma is one of three states still working to comply with the act.

Students study history of science

In Mrs. Diane Keeton’s science class at Washington Elementary School are, from left, Aaron Lopez, Juliette Martinez, Abigail Williams and Jace Penaloza. The students are studying the timeline of the discovery of cell theory.

WOCS students taught fire safety

At Western Oklahoma Christian School, Barrett Rojo of Clinton leads the way out of the inflatable fire safety house followed by Carter Evetts, Hensley Hill and Alix Floyd (in back).

Fire safety lessons

During Clinton Fire Department’s visit to Western Oklahoma Christian School, student Liam Schmidt raises his hand to ask fire fighter Justin Hill a question.

Food contest

JSL member Rebekah Hill watches Bennett Harrelson, left, and Jentry Brewster eat spaghetti at the Frisco Center.

The Washita Chapter of the NSDAR met Monday, Sept. 9, at Café Clinton. Regent Nancy Lisle was assisted by Chaplin Rose Millspaugh in opening with the DAR ritual. The flag salute was led by Linda Stewart and the American’s Creed was led by Evelyn Hart.

3D art in progress

Clinton High School student Tason Turney works on rolling out clay in his 3D art class.

Equipment purchased by alumni

Clinton High School freshman Tra’Vonne Williams uses an extruder to make coils for a clay pot he’s making in his pottery class. The extruder was purchased with a grant from CHS Class of 1952.

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