OU wrestling helps MMS students make right choices
Marlow Middle School students might have inherited new role models as they move toward drug-free lives.
The University of Oklahoma’s wrestling program made an appearance Oct. 30 at the new gym to talk to students about making wise choices and avoiding the use of drugs and alcohol.
First-time voters ready for Election Day
For some Duncan High School students, Tuesday’s General Election will become a pivotal point into adulthood. The newly-registered 18 year olds who choose to will be able to cast their vote in a variety of races, including that of the President.
Duncan Middle School students attend anti-bullying assembly
Since the beginning of the school year, Duncan Middle School has taken a more active role in counteracting bullying.
Labyer gives feedback on A-F grading system
Duncan Superintendent Sherry Labyer admits to being disappointed with the grades given by the Oklahoma State Department of Education to some of the Duncan schools. But Labyer said it’s the A-F grading system itself she has a problem with, not accountability.
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Waurika Elementary designated ‘Blue Ribbon’
When Waurika Public Schools became involved in the national Reading First program five years ago, it was believed the program would result in students at Waurika Elementary increasing their reading capabilities and using that skill to enrich their total education.
Muncrief's death leaves a void in Marlow
Ernest Muncrief will always be remembered as a one of a kind individual. For many, Muncrief was a teacher, a weatherman, the voice of the Marlow Outlaws.
Muncrief, 90, of Marlow, died Wednesday at his home.
Lovett discusses GearUp, 3rd grade retention policy
The inclusion of the GearUp program in Duncan Schools has students “gearing up” for post-high school education.
Gregston among those to present ideas to Duncan Public School board
The Duncan Board of Education is set to hear four presentations at the beginning of tonight’s regular meeting.
Local retired teachers to hear from Albin on specialty school
The Stephens County chapter of Oklahoma Retired Educators Association kicks off their first meeting of the 2012-13 school year at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 13. The meetings will be held in the fellowship hall of the First Presbyterian Church at 704 W. Ash, across from the old Junior High building.
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