Santa Fe celebrates 20 years
Santa Fe High School is inviting community members to join in Celebration of 20 Years of Excellence. Activities will take place from 5-9 p.m. May 3 at Santa Fe.
Barresi visits Edmond schools
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Janet Barresi visited Edmond Public Schools Friday as part of her “Raise the Grade” tour.
Oklahoma Christian dedicates Lou Phillips Welcome Center
Members of the Oklahoma Christian family gathered Thursday to dedicate the new “front door” of the university.
Oklahoma State names Bailey Study Abroad scholarship recipients
Ten Oklahoma State University students have been awarded Bailey Family Memorial Trust Scholarships that will enable them to study abroad.
Magazine ranks Edmond’s high schools among top 5%
Edmond’s three high schools each rank in the top 5 percent of high schools nationwide according to U.S. News and World Report.
Youth Leadership Oklahoma announces Class XIII
Youth Leadership Oklahoma recently announced the selection of its Youth Leadership Oklahoma Class XIII.
“Leadership Oklahoma is very excited about the 52 people chosen for this year’s program,” said Lee Anne Stone, Youth Leadership Oklahoma director. “YLOK Class XIII is an outstanding blend of student leaders selected from across the state.”
SMES students experiment for science fair
Questions ranging from growing patterns, absorbency of diapers, bird feeding habits and more were answered in this year’s annual Science Fair at St. Mary’s Episcopal School.
Led by science instructor Patricia Brown, third- through fifth-graders utilized the five-step scientific method to: ask the question; form a hypothesis; perform the experiment and collect data; analyze the data; and publish a conclusion. Middle school students used the Engineering Design Process of looking at a problem to be solved, identifying the need, the target user and the justification.
OSU engineering college names top 3 seniors
Oklahoma State University graduating seniors Rachel Seo of Edmond, Katie Haning and Zach Keith have captured the College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology’s highest student awards for 2013.
Moore native crowned Miss Hispanic UCO 2013
Moore native Yoselin Vallejos, a freshman molecular biology and forensic science major, was crowned Miss Hispanic UCO 2013 at the university’s annual scholarship pageant April 13. Vallejos will receive a $1,600 tuition waver. She competed against 10 other students for the honor.
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