Blair’s

Flair

by Barbalee Blair

Felt completed another school year with the grand finale of graduation on Saturday, May 24. Eighth graders promoted to high school were Valedictorian Claudia Aguilar, Salutatorian Katlyn Boyer, and Freddie Duarte. Seventh graders Cade Murdock and Austin Waters proudly ushered the eighth graders. The senior class of 2008 has now concluded their secondary education. That included Valedictorian Clay Tevebaugh, Salutatorian Casey Coats, and classmates Charlie Parker, Clay Tevebaugh, Jason Montgomery, and Jesus Soto. State Representative Gus Blackwell gave an excellent speech to lead the seniors into an adult life of excellence. Ushers Katrina Miller and Candy Thrash walked proudly knowing that their turn is next in line.

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One of the school board members had an emergency on the night of graduation and was not available to sign the diplomas. Eighth graders and seniors are reminded to bring their diplomas to the school this week or next. We will complete the signatures at the next board meeting and return the diplomas to the students.

The awards assembly on the last day of school, May 22, included lots of honors for the Felt students, including the announcement of the Principal’s and Superintendent’s Honor Rolls. Principal’s Honor Roll students were Claudia Aguilar, Michelle Aguilar, Paola Chavez, Casey Coats, Colton Landrum, Sergio Marquez, Cade Murdock, Tommy Murdock, Clay Murdock, Cash Murdock, Ivan Rosas, Jesse Shelden, Blake Whitney, and Hunter Worm. Students on the Superintendent’s Honor Roll were Colten Brown, Connor Fain, Morgan Hefley, Rigo Marquez, Juan Mendoza, Kyra Miller, Kymber Murdock, Jorge Rosas, Braden Schnaufer, Bailey Shelden, Jeb Shelden, Keeli Smith, Carley Percifield, Haylie Waters, and Katelyn Worm.

School’s out for summer, but that doesn’t mean nothing is happening at school.

Felt’s reunion will be early in July, and the alumni will see the many school improvements. One of the most visible improvements will be the alumni bricks by the school’s front walk. We still have room for some more, so order forms will be made available at the reunion. The contractor to replace the exterior doors whose bid we had accepted last fall rescinded his bid this spring, but we have a new contractor on board who should have most of the new doors in place for reunion. We opted for custom doors at the front of the main building, though, so it may not be possible to have those replaced in time for the reunion.

We are excited about the plans for next year. We are very proud of the faculty we’ve put together to have highly qualified teachers teaching all classes from Pre-K through high school. New faculty members will include Chris May, John and Tanya Whisenhunt and Beth Schantz. All of them will be moving to Felt this summer, so much work is underway on our teacherages. Plans for the 2008-09 school year are shaping up nicely and it looks to be a great one in Felt!

We won’t be totally missing the Felt kids over the summer since Mayra Olivas and Nick Craine will be working at the school getting things ready for next year, and the pool will be open and guarded by Teigha Emond and Katrina Miller. The pool will be opening for the public in June. We’ll be offering water aerobics, and on that front we need some help! We aren’t sure what times would be best for water aerobics, so if you will call the office and tell us the optimal times, we’ll be developing a schedule for the pool to be used exclusively for water aerobics.

 

 

 

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by Principal Kim Jenkins

May 21st 2008

WOW! Who can believe we are down to the last two days of the 2007-2008 school year! At times it seems like I was just working on the class schedule for this school year, and then there have been times that it seemed like the light at the end of the tunnel would never appear. I believe that despite the obstacles and challenges that may have been a part of the school year, numerous positive accomplishments have been attained. Those achievements were definitely evident in the number of awards that were earned by the students and presented to them at the awards assembly last Thursday morning.

On behalf of the Class of 2008, I would like to invite each of you to celebrate the achievement of this milestone in their life on Friday at 7:00 p.m. in the auditorium. Dana Walker will present the Valedictorian’s address and Kyle Wilson will present the Salutatorian address. Jerry Rickerts will be the graduation speaker.

Yesterday, students in grades 9-11 participated in a career fair, which featured representatives of the various occupations in Boise City. These individuals shared the educational training for such professions as well as the skills and attributes required for successful employment.

CONGRATULATIONS to the boy’s golf team who earned the Academic Achievement award. I believe that all of the athletic teams as well as the choir have earned this award for the 2007-2008 school year. What a tremendous feat that the students have accomplished through their academic efforts and extracurricular participation.

Today and Thursday, students will complete semester testing and school will be dismissed at noon tomorrow. Report cards will be mailed next Thursday, May 29. All lunch bills are due today (Wednesday).

On behalf of BCHS, a special thank you to the First State Bank of Boise City, Bartlett Grain, and Ferguson Plumbing for sponsoring classroom newspapers. The “Newspapers in Education Program” is an excellent supplemental resource for the students.

Thank you for your support of Boise City High School. I would also like to extend my personal appreciation to the staff and students for their efforts during this past school year. The contributions by the community are definitely one of the reasons that BCHS continues to be successful in all endeavors.

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May 14th 2008

School will be dismissed at 1:30 p.m. today (Wednesday) for the staff to participate in the Professional Study this afternoon. Tomorrow (Thursday) at 8:30 a.m. in the auditorium, the BCHS Awards and Senior Recognition Assembly will be held. The first section of the assembly will feature awards earned in the academic classrooms during the past school year. The second part of the assembly will focus on the accomplishments of the Senior Class of 2008. I would invite the community to attend this time of recognition.

Nine-weeks testing will be held on Monday, May 19, for the class periods of 1, 3, 5, and 7. Tuesday, May 20, will be testing for the hours of 2, 4, and 6. Wednesday, May 21, the class periods of 1, 3, 5, and 7 will complete semester testing and Thursday, May 22, will be the hours of 2, 4, and 6.

Reminders of end-of-school activities:

-Athletic banquet-Thursday, May 15-7:00p.m.-cafeteria

-Baccalaureate- Sunday, May 18-7:00 p.m.-auditorium

-8th grade promotion-Thursday, May 22-8:00 p.m.-auditorium

-Graduation-Friday, May 23-7:00 p.m.-auditorium

-Report cards mailed-Thursday (May 29)

LUNCH BILLS NEED TO BE PAID IN FULL by WEDNESDAY, May 21

. Please contact either school office for the balance due. Also, students need to have all organizational monies paid and all athletic equipment returned before checkout can be completed next week.

The junior/senior banquet and high school prom was a wonderful opportunity for the students of BCHS to share a time together in an elegant manner. Thank you to the members of the junior class and their sponsors, as well as parents, for the countless hours of preparation for this event.

The K-12 music concert was also a great experience as the talents of the youth of Boise City Schools were demonstrated through song. Thank you to the instructors who work with these groups on a daily basis.

Thanks for your support of BCHS! I look forward to seeing you at the end-of-the-year activities.

 

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by Barbalee Blair

The school year in Felt is coming to a close, but that doesn’t mean action isn’t happening! Last week kept us busy with the area elementary track meet with about 200 kids in Felt for the whole day. The weather was gorgeous! A fabulous rain on Wednesday afternoon settled the dust and made the track and the jumping pits a bit softer than they would have been. Lewetta Hefley made all of the elementary students bright yellow shirts displaying “Felt Bulldogs.” We thought the bright yellow would make them easy to spot, but there were so many yellow shirts among the crowd that the color didn’t stand out as much as we expected. The multiple colors of shirts and ribbons won were a sight to behold.

Last week also featured the athletic banquet in Felt. First up were the golf awards. Katrina Miller took the award for the girls’ lowest score per round, and Jason Montgomery was the boys’ low shooter. In junior high girls basketball, Kyra Miller took home a trophy for the Bulldog Pride award. Bailey Shelden had the honor of the Hustle award. Katlyn Boyer stepped it up this year with the Most Improved. Claudia Aguilar was the Offensive Player of the Year, and Emily Town was the Defensive Player of the Year. Britney Burns was the recipient of the top honors of Assist Leader and Most Valuable Player. For the junior high boys, Cade Murdock was the Bulldog Pride recipient. Tavo Mendoza took the Hustle award. Isaiah Craine, in his first year of playing basketball, was the Most Improved. Freddie Duarte took home the trophy for Offensive Player of the Year, and Hunter Worm was proclaimed the Defensive Player of the Year. Austin Waters was both the Assist Leader and the Most Valuable Player.

High school basketball awards are always the highlight of the night. On the girls’ team, Teigha Emond was proclaimed as the Bulldog Pride winner. The Hustle award went to Candy Thrash. Katrina Miller was the Most Improved. Jesse Shelden was the Defensive Player of the Year. Mayra Olivas took home three trophies: Offensive Player of the Year, Assist Leader, and Defensive Player of the Year. On the boys’ side, Tyler Ogle was honored with the Bulldog Pride award. Clay Tevebaugh took the Hustle award. Clay Murdock was the Most Improved player. Jesus Soto was named the Offensive Player of the Year, and Charlie Parker was the Defensive Player of the Year. Top honors went to BJ Burns as the Assist leader and the Most Valuable Player.

Forever known by a plaque in the gym, Felt’s Athletes of the Year are Mayra Olivas and Jesus Soto.

Pam Boyer, the cheerleading sponsor, gave awards to her cheerleaders: Kyra Miller, Hayley Waters, Kymber Murdock, Bailey Shelden, Katlyn Boyer, and Candy Thrash.

Last December, special Bulldog trophies for Felt’s senior athletes were ordered, and they’ve awaited delivery until the athletic banquet. Jesus Soto was honored as the Complete Bulldog. Clay Tevebaugh will forever be known as the Fighting Bulldog. Teigha Emond is Felt’s Newest Bulldog, and Charlie Parker is Felt’s Returning Bulldog. Jason Montgomery showed his talent with golf in the spring, but, unfortunately, his superior talent was not known when the trophies were ordered. Apologies were given to Jason since there was no trophy at the banquet.

The final administration of MAP testing will be conducted this week. It’s a computerized adaptive test in reading, language, math and science that is given three times per year to show the student’s improvements in those core subjects throughout the year.

Prom traditions have changed somewhat this year, both in terms of location and how the music was played. Student Clay Murdock was the DJ of the prom which was in the cafeteria on Saturday, May 10. Jesus Soto, last year’s prom king announced the honors to this year’s students. Prom king is Clay Tevebaugh, and prom queen is Jesse Shelden. Elementary students aren’t invited to prom, of course, but they certainly didn’t mind this year since they were in Amarillo at Wonderland Park all that day if they earned their Accelerated Reading points for the year.

Lots of poodle skirts and slicked back hair will be on display in Felt on Tuesday, May 13. The kids have been practicing for their spring program with Mrs. Hefley all week, and are ready to re-create the 1950’s with lots of music and dancing.

The awards assembly will be at 10 a.m. on the last day of school, May 22. Felt’s traditional hamburger fry will be at noon to celebrate a successful school year.

Commencement honors will be on Saturday, May 24. We’ll be saying congratulations to the eighth graders as well as goodbye to our seniors and welcoming them into the next chapters of their lives.

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May 7th 2008

CONGRATULATIONS to the members of the Boise City High School track teams who earned the honor of State Academic Champion. This award is given to the team with the highest grade point average in each class. The Lady Wildcat team had a GPA of 4.0 and the Wildcat team’s GPA was 3.957. The dedication of the students to the athletic event is critical to the success of the program, but even more important is the performance of the student in the classroom each day. To be recognized as the top school in the State of Oklahoma for the boy’s and girl’s academic achievement is definitely an accomplishment that speaks well of the students, teachers, staff, administration, and community. I would also commend each athlete for his/her participation in the state meet held last weekend in Mustang.

The final days of the 2007-2008 school year are winding down for the students and staff of Boise City High School. It is only fitting that this week is designated as “Staff and Teacher Appreciation Week!” I have chosen the theme of “Behind Every Great School is a Great Staff,” for this special week. Without the dedication of the staff and teachers of BCHS, the educational opportunities that the students have would not be possible. I would like to commend and recognize each individual for his/her contribution to the success of BCHS. I would also ask parents and the community to make the time to express their appreciation to those individuals who are involved daily in being responsible for the education of their child.

In a few short weeks, the school year will be ending. However, before the doors close, the students and staff will be engaged in a vast array of academic happenings and extracurricular activities. For example, the students who were enrolled in Advanced Placement English Literature and Composition class, taught by Nancy Stalder, will be completing a 3-hour testing tomorrow. The 2-section test featured multiple choice questions and essay writing. Student scores will be mailed from College Board in July.
9-weeks testing will be held on
Monday, May 19 for the class periods of 1, 3, 5,and 7.
Tuesday, May 20, will be testing for the hours of 2, 4, and 6.
Wednesday, May 21, the class periods of 1, 3, 5, and 7 will complete semester testing and Thursday, May 22, will be the hours of 2, 4, and 6.

Thursday, May 15, at 8:30 a.m. in the auditorium, the BCHS Awards and Senior Recognition Assembly will be held. The first section of the assembly will feature awards earned in the academic classrooms during the past school year. The second part of the assembly will focus on the accomplishments of the Senior Class of 2008. I would invite the community to attend this time of recognition.

This evening at 5:30 p.m., the National Honor Society induction ceremony will be held at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. Those students who have met the requirements for National Honor Society membership will be inducted into the Boise City High School Chapter. Oklahoma Honor Society members for 2007-2008 will also be recognized.

Reminders of end-of-school activities:
-Junior/Senior banquet-Saturday, May 10-6:30 p.m.- fair building
-Grades 9-12 prom-Saturday, May 10-9:00 p.m.–midnight-Fair building
-Powder Puff football game-Monday, May 12-6:00 p.m.-football field
-Athletic banquet-Thursday, May 15-7:00p.m.-cafeteria
-All-school music program-Tuesday, May 13-7:00 p.m.- auditorium
-Baccalaureate- Sunday, May 18-7:00 p.m.-auditorium
-8th grade promotion-Thursday, May 22-8:00 p.m.-auditorium
-Graduation-Friday, May 23-7:00 p.m.-auditorium
-Report cards mailed-Thursday (May 29)

LUNCH BILLS NEED TO BE PAID IN FULL by WEDNESDAY, May 21. Please contact either school office for the balance due.

Thanks for your support of BCHS! I look forward to seeing you at the end-of-the-year activities.

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April 30, 2008


The final End-of-Instruction tests were given on Monday and Tuesday. A new facet of the testing this year was the utilization of on-line testing for all of the tests except for the English II and III writing tests. This method should allow for a more rapid return of testing results which will provide the staff a more efficient means to utilize test scores in developing curriculum for the students of Boise City High School. It was certainly a learning experience for all test administrators and monitors involved in the process. To those individuals in the community who gave of their time to serve as test monitors, we applaud and commend you for your willingness to assist with this endeavor.

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April 23, 2008

CONGRATULATIONS to the members of the BCHS Choir who earned superior ratings last Thursday at the state level of competition in Shawnee. Cayle Cochran earned a superior rating for her vocal solo. All other soloists earned a II rating. Josh Faulkner received a superior rating on his instrumental solo and Kanon White received a II rating on her instrumental solo. The Spring music program performed by students in grades Kindergarten through 12 is slated for Tuesday, May 13 at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.

Zach Prather was a recent winner in the Panhandle FFA speech contest and yesterday, he competed at the district level in Woodward with his speech.

The staff development committee has begun meeting to plan the professional development activities that will be utilized for next year’s administration, teachers, and staff. These educational opportunities are provided in addition to the numerous workshops, seminars, conferences that staff members attend throughout the summer and school year.

The Boise City High School track teams participated yesterday in the Conference track meet hosted by Turpin High School. Regional track meet will be held at Laverne on Saturday. Qualifiers from this meet will be attending the state track meet next weekend in Mustang.

The girl’s golf team has completed their season and the boy’s team was in action on Monday for the Qualifying tournament which was played at Woodward.

End-of-Instruction testing continues this week in the subject areas of US History, English II, English III, and Biology I. Next week will be the tests in Geometry and Algebra II. That will complete the state-mandated testing for the 2007-2008 school year.

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April 16, 2008

The 2007-2008 school year continues at a rapid pace with students and staff participating in numerous extracurricular activities and with academic classrooms being focused on completing instruction of the Priority Academic Student Skills (PASS). This week students are being tested in the subject areas of English II (writing), English III (writing), and Algebra I. Next week will be the multiple choice testing in English II, English III, US History, and Biology I. The final week of testing will include Algebra II and Geometry. All of these tests are given to meet the state mandate of End-of-Instruction testing. These test scores are a part of the data utilized to calculate the school’s Academic Performance Index (API) and Academic Yearly Progress (AYP).

Members of the BCHS choir travel to Shawnee today to compete in the state level of competition tomorrow. Josh Faulkner and Kanon White perform their instrumental solos at the state competition in Stillwater today. Track and golf team members continue to participate in meets and tournaments in preparation for state contests in May.

Progress cards will be available for parental pick-up next Monday and Tuesday. Parents are encouraged to take a few moments between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Deficiency reports will be mailed from this office tomorrow.

There will be two important events held in May to honor the academic achievements of the students of Boise City High School. The first will be the National Honor Society induction ceremony slated for May 7 at 5:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of St Paul’s Methodist Church. The awards assembly will be held Thursday, May 15, at 8:30 a.m. in the auditorium.

Be sure your child has returned the pre-enrollment form by Friday. The form should have the parent’s signature as well as a listing of the classes that the student is requesting for the next school year.

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April 9th 2008

April 7-11 has been designated as Oklahoma Wellness Week. Parents are reminded that a child’s health development is ongoing and that they must take an active role in keeping their children fit. Suggestions include providing healthy meals, limiting TV time to two hours a day, teaching kids healthy habits, providing love and support, limiting the availability of sugar-sweetened drinks, and having plenty of fruits and vegetables ready for snacking.
As the month of April continues, let me remind parents of End-of-Instruction testing scheduled for the weeks of April 15-17, April 21-27, and April 28-29. Students who are currently enrolled in English II, English III, Biology I, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry and US History will be completing the End-of-Instruction testing. Because of the limited testing window provided by the Oklahoma State Department of Education, it is imperative that students be in attendance on the testing days. Please make any changes in appointments that will interfere with your child’s attendance on those assigned dates. A letter giving more details concerning this activity was mailed from this office last Friday.
An on-line method of payment for cafeteria bills is now available. Parents are encouraged to review the letter that was mailed giving the instructions and guidelines for this program.
CONGRATULATIONS to the 2008 applicants who have been named to the National Honor Society. Students must have a grade point average of 95 to be considered for nomination. They must also exhibit leadership, character, and service. Applicants complete an application form and then the forms are reviewed by members of the National Honor Society Faculty Council. This year’s inductees are Ross Mayfield, Zach Prather, Trey Sparkman, Shaun Ukens, Kanon White, and Lacey Wilson. These individuals will be inducted into the Boise City High School National Honor Society during a ceremony scheduled for May 7 at 5:30 p.m. at St. Paul’s United Methodist Church.
The track and golf teams continue to participate in meets and tournaments in preparation for the regional meet and qualifying tournament for advancement to the state level of competition. Practices are being held for cheerleading tryouts which are scheduled for later this month.
REMINDER: Parents of athletes need to return the permission slip to this office if they wish for their child’s GPA to be included on the plaque or certificate to be presented at the athletic banquet. The deadline for this is FRIDAY, APRIL 11.
School will be dismissed at 1:30 today for the Professional Study Day for staff members to attend which begins at 1:45.
School will be in session on April 18—that date is no longer a snow day. Mark your calendar for April 21 (Monday) and April 22 (Tuesday) for progress card pick-up. Also, deficiency reports will be mailed from this office on Thursday, April 17.
Have a great week!

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April 2, 2008

It is always an exciting opportunity to begin this weekly column with special recognition to a group or individual for an outstanding accomplishment. This week is no exception as I say “CONGRATULATIONS” to the members of the BCHS vocal music program who earned the Distinguished Academic Achievement plaque for their academic accomplishment of a cumulative grade point average 3.94. This recognition is sponsored by the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association.Announcement: Driver’s Education is being offered at Keyes High School beginning tomorrow evening from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. There will be no charge for the course. Students will have 30 hours of classroom instruction and 6 hours of driving. If interested, please contact Jim Washburn at Keyes School. Students will need to bring pencil and paper to the class.

Changes in the track schedule for next week will be the elimination of the meet at Rolla. Instead the team will participate at Clayton next Thursday. The meet is scheduled for 4:00 Central Time. The team will leave at 2:30 p.m. Also, the team will not compete in the Guymon track meet next Friday. However, they will travel to Springfield on Saturday, April 12.

If anyone has found a set of keys at the track, please return them to the high school immediately.

Students and staff are preparing for the End-of-Instruction testing that will begin on April 15. Let me remind parents of the importance of your child’s attendance during this testing time. Time constraints will create a tremendous burden on the scheduling of make-up sessions.

Pre-enrollment forms need to be returned to the office by Friday. Parents must sign the pre-enrollment form. If you have questions or concerns, please contact either Mrs. Faulkner or myself.

We appreciate your support and please feel free to contact the school during the office hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

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March 26, 2008

CONGRATULATIONS to the following students for achieving perfect attendance for the 3rd 9-weeks: Cassidy Christian, Felix Hernandez, Dagan James, Yessica Martinez, Ross Mayfield, Jonathan Moore, Zach Prather, Jeremy Richardson, Fred Soto, Stephanie Tooley, Dyllan Torres, and Shaun Ukens. I would like also to thank the parents of BCHS students for their attendance at Parent/Teacher Conference. 54% of the student body was represented for this activity. Information was mailed to the parents this past week who were not in attendance. As we continue with the final 9-weeks of the 2007-2008 school year, I would remind parents and students to remember the specifics regarding extracurricular event activity slips. It is imperative that the student not only be eligible for participation, also, the activity slip must be signed by each instructor for the respective class period and then the activity slip must be turned in to the activity sponsor by the assigned date. Parents, I would ask that you work with your student to make sure that the assignments are completed in a timely manner to insure your child’s potential participation in the extracurricular activity. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in the student’s disqualification to attend and participate in the activity. It is also important that the student be in attendance on a daily basis.

A career fair is scheduled for May 20 (Tuesday) afternoon at BCHS. I would encourage individuals of the community who would be interested in presenting at this activity to contact this office (580) 544-3111 between the hours of 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. This activity is designed to present information to the students of grades 9 through 11 concerning various careers.

The week of March 24-28 will be a time for students to sign up for Student Council Officer as well as BCHS Cheerleader. A letter will be mailed to the parents of all athletes concerning the academic award given at the athletic banquet. Please return this information in a timely manner so that the deadline may be made.

End-of-Instruction testing is rapidly approaching and will begin April 15. It is imperative that students be in attendance during the testing because of the brief testing window that is allotted by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Additional information concerning this activity will be forthcoming.

Have a good week!

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March 19, 2008

The halls of Boise City High School are quiet as students and staff enjoy time away during Spring Break. The “March Madness” will resume Monday with the focus of the week being pre-enrollment for the 2008-2009 school year. Each student in each grade level will complete a transcript review as well as a pre-enrollment form during the time allotted for this activity. Mrs. Jenkins and Mrs. Faulkner will meet with juniors on Monday afternoon, sophomores on Wednesday afternoon, and freshman on Thursday afternoon. The time frame will be from 2:55-3:25 p.m.The 2008-2008 Freshman Orientation will be held on Tuesday, March 25, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Academic expectations will be discussed as well other extracurricular activities. Time has been allotted for the discussion of graduation requirements in preparation for the pre-enrollment process that will also be a part of the evening’s activities. There will also be an opportunity to view a computer slide show highlighting the academic and extracurricular happenings of Boise City High School. Time will be allotted for visitation with staff members. All students and parents of this class are asked to attend.The week of March 24-28 will be a time for students to sign up for Student Council Officer as well as BCHS Cheerleader. A letter will be mailed to the parents of all athletes concerning the academic award given at the athletic banquet. Please return this information in a timely manner so that the deadline may be made. End-of-Instruction testing is rapidly approaching and will begin April 15. It is imperative that students be in attendance during the testing because of the brief testing window that is allotted by the Oklahoma State Department of Education. Additional information concerning this activity will be forthcoming.Your support of the administration, staff, and students of Boise City High School is important to the success of the school system. Please continue to contact this office if you should have questions or concerns.

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CONGRATULATIONS to those members of the Wildcat track teams who will advance to state competition this weekend in Mustang. Team members of the BCHS golf team recently participated in qualifying tournaments but ended their season after elimination from the competition.

Parents are reminded that the information mailed last week needs to be returned to this office by the dates given with each activity. It is imperative that the signed paperwork be on file by the due date.

The National Honor Society Induction ceremony will be held next Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall of St. Paul’s United Methodist. Members of the Oklahoma Honor Society will also be recognized during this event.

The junior/senior banquet will be held on May 10 at 6:30 at the Cimarron County Fair Building. The high school prom will follow beginning at 9:00 p.m. continuing until midnight. Public viewing of the prom decorations will be from 8:00 until 9:30 p.m.

FFA members are attending the State Convention in Oklahoma City this week.

Reminder: NO school Friday

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