Lions' Club names RRTC Students of the Month
Red River Technology Center’s Peyton Cuzzort and Mathew Womack have been named as the Students of the Month for February, by the Duncan Noon Lion’s Club.
Gabriel’s House students learn about staying healthy
Nine Emerson students enrolled in the Gabriel’s House program learned the secret to being healthy: Avoid germs.
Patty Wininger, a Duncan Regional Hospital nurse, talked with the students about reducing their chances of getting sick by washing their hands often, taking baths and showers regularly, and remembering good oral hygiene
Construction at Duncan High School set to begin May 1
Over the course of more than 1 1/2 years, Duncan High School will undergo a transformation. A $19.03 million bond issue, which was approved by a vote of Duncan residents Feb. 14, 2012, is moving closer to construction at the high school. Construction is slated to begin May 1.
Cameron president retiring
On Tuesday, Cameron University President Cindy Ross announced her plans to retire this summer.
DPS bond expenditures explained
Duncan Public Schools is keeping a close eye on where bond money is being spent and has devised a way to make that money even more visible to Duncan residents.
Strickland resigns from RRTC board
Just less than a month after a superintendent change over, the Red River Technology Center Board of Education accepted the resignation of board member Lance Strickland during its regular board meeting Monday evening.
Financial strain impacts Duncan School District
As a result of decreased gross production, the Duncan School District is feeling some financial strain.
The school district is midway through the fiscal year, and while finances started the fiscal year out well, the district, along with other school districts throughout Oklahoma, are all facing a funding shortfall.
Labyer to remain at Duncan Public School District for 2013
Duncan Public Schools won’t see a change in its top administration any time soon.
Schools to focus on safety, academics
Academics and student safety are among the improvements school districts throughout Stephens County are hoping to advance in 2013.
School administrators put education, safety as priority
To the average passer-by, schools throughout Stephens County may have appeared to be continuing business as normal when classes resumed Monday morning and that is exactly what area superintendents had hoped.
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