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Angus Valley Elementary
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
Battle of the Books (BOB)Encourage students to read for comprehension by reading books and competing amongst themselves and the other elementary sitesLaura McGehee
ChoirCreate artistic expression through musicCandace Marshall
Christian Campus Club (CCC)Fellowship through music, discussion, and hands-on activitiesTammy Loveless, Candace Marshall
Green TeamEducate others on the importance of recycling, taking care of the environment, and understanding that resources are not limitlessCorri Long
Kindness CommitteeCommunity building and creating a culture of kindnessGina Myers, Morgan Douglas
MATH ClubMath competitionsJerie Carter
Next Gen Minute MenTeaching manners, respect, etc. to our young menChris Corbin
Running ClubSet running goals each monthChris Corbin
Safety PatrolOlder students model safety to younger studentsRobie London
Special OlympicsFoster acceptance and inclusion of all people through sports offering new strengths and abilities, skills and successMorgan Douglas
STEAM ClubBuild robots, learn coding and programming, create inventions, use critical thinking, and be kid innovatorsStephanie Forister
Yearbook ClubCreate, design, and sell the yearbook each yearLindsey Bolding
Garfield STEAM Academy
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
ArcheryProvide an opportunity for students to be apart of a team while requiring good grades and attendanceCourtney Harbaugh
Battle of the Books (BOB)Encourage students to read for comprehension by reading books and competing amongst themselves and the other elementary sitesKami McCabe
ChoirProvide an opportunity for students to be apart of a team while requiring good grades and attendanceRebecca Stewart
Special OlympicsProvide an opportunity for students to be apart of a team while requiring good grades and attendanceTonya Condren
Limestone Technology Academy
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
Battle of the Books (BOB)Encourage students to read for comprehension by reading books and competing amongst themselves and the other elementary sitesLisa Cannon
ChoirCreate artistic expression through musicAmy Garrison
Christian Campus Club (CCC)Provide an opportunity to participate in fellowship and learn how to promote positive relationships throughout the school environment and communitySheri Davis, Amy Gonzalez
Girls Who Code - Grades 3-5Featuring activities, characters, and vocabulary drawn from the best-selling Girls Who Code book, 3rd-5th Grade Clubs expose girls to bravery, resilience, and computational thinking while the national organization strives to close the gender gap between males and females in the STEM-related fieldsTechnology Staff
GolfPositively impact the lives of young people by providing learning facilities and educational programs that promote character development and life-enhancing values through the game of golfKim Crosier, Terri Lee
Safety PatrolRemind students of the school safety rules and to guide them in safe arrival, dismissal, and movement throughout the buildingCarrie Gustafson
STEAMFocus on coding and flying small Parrot Drones to participate in the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance Flight Night Drone Competition, as well as designing and building our own obstacle course for our Limestone Drone CompetitionBarbie Jackson
Northwoods Fine Arts Academy
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
ArcheryProvide an opportunity for students to be apart of a team while requiring good grades and attendanceMike Carter
Battle of the Books (BOB)Encourage students to read for comprehension by reading books and competing amongst themselves and the other elementary sitesAnnabeth Harris
ChoirSing and perform musicJennifer Butler
Kindness ClubProvide opportunities for students to create and complete kindness activities around the schoolAnnabeth Harris
YearbookOrganize and create the yearbookAngela Swain
Pratt Elementary
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
Archery Club - Grades 4-5Provide opportunities to learn more about archery, improve archery skills, participate in archery competitions, and encourage social interaction with students from other schoolsSusan Fought
Battle of the Books (BOB)Encourage students to read for comprehension by reading books and competing amongst themselves and the other elementary sitesLisa Cannon
ChoirCreate artistic expression through musicPam Eubanks
Christian Campus Club (CCC)Provide an opportunity to participate in fellowship and learn how to promote positive relationships throughout the school environment and communityPam Eubanks
Clyde Boyd Middle School (CBMS)
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
Bio-Chem Club - Grades 6-8Learn how to working a garden, fertilize, and moreWeibel, Boatwright
Botball Team - Grades 6-12Build and compete with robotsJanet Johnson
Club Create - Grades 6-8Create scientific or technical projectsJanet Johnson
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) - Grades 6-8Gather for fellowshipAmber Cowan
Girls Who Code - Grades 6-8 GirlsLearn about women in STEM fields, explore computer science in a fun way, and work together on a community service projectSandy Gilstrap
Origami Club - Grade 6Learn the history of and fold origami togetherChristie Cannon
Sandite 6th Grade Spirit ClubFoster school spirit and pride in a variety of ways and encourage all students to participateKay Jackson
Sequoyah Book Club - Grades 6-8Encourage students to read for pleasure and be able to discuss literary elements of a bookLibrarian
Technology Student Association (TSA) - Grades 6-8Select from 35 S.T.E.M-based categories to research, design, build, and create; compete around the state against other TSA schools and on the national level for those who qualifyKen Cole
Central Ninth Grade Center (CNGC)
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
Business Professionals of America (BPA)Premier Career and Technical Student Organization (CTSO) for students pursuing careers in business management, information technology, finance, office administration, and other related career fieldsReba Riederer
Academic TeamAllow students the opportunity to compete in academic subjects throughout the school year and provide students with subject area enrichment leading to educational growthStaci Walton
Student Council (STUCO)Provide an opportunity for leadership among students, empower the students to maintain an active role in school-wide programs, and foster a desire to actively encourage the student body to participate in programs that are devoted to the betterment of the school and communityKaitlyn Knowlton
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)Assist young men and women to become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences Education as determined by the State Department of Education (OSDE)Andrea Brice
Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)Promote positive relationships throughout the school environment and communityJason Kearney
National Art Honor Society (NAHS)Magnify the innovation, skills, and scholarship that the art program brings to your school and community with opportunities for national recognition, scholarships, and connectivity to 58,000+ outstanding art studentsLeland Leslie
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS)Promote academic achievement and community involvement for students with a 3.75 grade-point average (GPA) their first semester of freshman yearJanice Marr
Charles Page High School (CPHS)
NameMission or PurposeFaculty Advisor
Academic TeamAcademic CompetitionMegan Claybrook
Business Professionals of AmericaBusiness Careers EducationAndrea Bays, Caroline Brown, Janet Thompson
Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA)Family and Consumer ScienceCPHS Staff
French ClubCultural AwarenessDonna Chisum
Future Farmers of AmericaAgricultural EducationRandy Evans, Daniel Schmidt
National Arts Honor SocietyFine Arts EducationMatt Solomon
National Honor SocietyRecognizing Academic ExcellenceKendra Roulet
National Thespian SocietyArts EducationAndrea Campfield
Student CouncilStudent GovernmentFrank Cooper
Youth and GovernmentCivic EducationSandy Charlson
Spanish ClubCultural AwarenessMargaret Tonquest
Special OlympicsRecreation for the Differently AbledCPHS Staff