Flyer for Sperry 2020 Livestock Show
BOND PROJECTS UPDATED JANUARY 14, 2020 The school bond election passed on April 3, 2018. We would like to express our appreciation to the community for supporting the bond issue. Photo progress on various bond projects can be viewed by clicking on the links below. Roof Replacements Site . . .
Wyatt Heitkamp received an early present this holiday season at Sperry High School’s band concert on December 17. Wyatt, a member of the Sperry High School Band, was presented with a special gift that will help him continue to participate in Sperry School’s award-winning program. Loss of dexterity had begun to make playing his clarinet difficult, threatening to end his musical activities. . . .
A plethora of Sperry High School senior football players received District 2A-3 honors this week. Joe Whitely, who played running back and linebacker, was named the District's Most Valuable Player. Other Pirates garnering awards were quarterback Cooper Park, Offensive Player of the Year; defensive end Walker Niver, Defensive Player of the Year; Stormy Weathers, Special Teams Player of the Year; Bryce Carter, . . .
High school basketball teams from around the state will descend on Sperry this week for the annual Sperry Tournament, starting Thursday, Dec. 19, at the high school field house. The Lady Pirates will play their first game at 10 a.m. Thursday against North Storm, a homeschool team from Edmond. The boys take the court at 2 p.m. Thursday against NOAH, a homeschool team from the Tulsa area. The 8-team . . .
As winter approaches, temperatures outside are dropping and noticeable chills are in the air. But things are heating up inside the Sperry Schools gymnasiums as basketball and wrestling take center stage. Sperry's middle school basketball teams will be home Monday, Dec. 9, to take on Cleveland in Will Rogers Conference contests. Games will begin at 5 p.m. with the seventh grade boys and girls contests. Eighth grade teams will play . . .
Sperry's high school and middle school wrestling teams will take to the mat for their first duals on Thursday, Dec. 12, when they travel to Berryhill. Sperry's freshmen, middle school and elementary wrestlers will be in action on Friday, Dec. 6 when they compete in the Sperry Open. High school grapplers will wrestle in the Bristow Tournament on Thursday and Friday, Dec. 13-14 before hosting Bridge Creek . . .
Sperry High School's boys and girls basketball teams will open their seasons on Tuesday, Dec. 10, to host Cleveland. The girls will tip off at 6 p.m., and will be followed by the boys. Junior varsity games will precede the varsity contests. The varsity teams will compete in the Preston Tournament Dec. 12-14 before playing at home for the first time on Thursday, Dec. 19, in the Sperry . . .
The Sperry High School Pirates football team saw its bid to repeat as State Champions end in the State Quarterfinals last Friday. On a mud-soaked field in misty conditions, in front of a large contingent of Sperry fans that made the nearly four-hour trip to Kingston, the Pirates fell 14-7 to the host Redskins in a close competition between the two powerful teams. The Pirates end their season with a 12-1 . . .
On November 11, Veterans' Day, Sperry students honored men and women who served in the military. From those who served decades ago to those who are still serving, two school programs highlighted each branch of service throughout our nation's history.
This AfternoonMostly cloudy, with a high near 44. Southeast wind around 10 mph.
TonightPeriods of rain after 9pm, mixing with snow after 3am. Low around 33. South wind 10 to 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
WednesdayRain, snow, and sleet, becoming all rain after 9am. High near 38. South wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 25 mph. Chance of precipitation is 100%. New snow and sleet accumulation of less than a half inch possible.
Perfect attendance is something to be celebrated, and Sperry Middle School made sure the 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade students who have gone through the first 9 weeks of school without missing a single day of class received appropriate accolades for their dedication to attendance. 6th Grade perfect attendance: 1 st Row: Devin Sam, David Figart, Kendall Teel, Lillie Rodgers, Jason Lincoln 2 nd Row: Maykala Trisler, Camden Woodall, Jennifer Chavez-Rangel, Connor Pounds, Rayven Jihnson, Neveah Beck, Jessica Mathis, Sephany Ortiz 3 rd Row: Isiah Fellows, Aubrey Sappington, Tessa Wolfe, Julieona Kerr, Hope Hodson, Dalton King, Kamya Barrett 7th Grade Perfect Attendance: 1 st Row: Devin Robinson, Bryndon Mitchell, Chris Akers, Taylor Hunt, Ashlynn Woodard 2 nd Row: Laci Delancy, Isabel Edgar, Cailun Tillman, Sydney Cavin, Kaitlynn Carter, Tyler Jobe Not Pictured: Chris Scott, Mallory Emberson, Vanessa Saldivar 8th Grade Perfect Attendance: 1 st Row: Tucker Ridge, Katelyn . . .
Since February, Dr. Beagles has been giving monthly update reports to the Board of Education about students receiving breakfast at Sperry Elementary and Sperry Middle School through the Breakfast in the Classroom program. The program, serving students in Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade allows every student in those grades to receive a free breakfast at school. Through this program, students go to their regularly scheduled class at the start of the school day, and a count is taken of all the students who want to receive breakfast that morning. Breakfast in the Classroom is a national program designed to ensure all students are provided healthy breakfast choices to start their day, with each nutritionally balanced meal offering healthy choices and always include milk and/or juice. Sperry's Elementary and Middle Schools piloted the program throughout the second semester as part of a study of student participation, influence on instruction, and possible effect on student academic performance. The teacher performs regular duties while students eat their meal and begins the day's first lesson as usual. Students engage in . . .
In addition to view choices, the mobile view offers additional features like: A responsive design that adjusts to any display size Dynamic imagery with color and photos Collapsible navigation Language translation Search function Scrolling banners Calendar Highlights Polls Quick Links In August 2012, Pew Internet Research reported 45 percent of American adult cell phone owners have a smartphone. In addition, 25 percent of American adults own a tablet computer. Those numbers are expected to increase. Anticipating this, our website provider, SOCS, helped us get ready for the trend by providing a mobile view of our web site. SOCS , a leading web-hosting company, furnishes websites for school districts, hospitals, municipalities and other community non-profits. This service is provided by the Foundation for Educational Services, in Lincoln Nebraska. Source: http://pewinternet.org/Commentary/2012/February/Pew-Internet-Mobile.aspx