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Pirates Wrestle to State Championship

Five Sperry Pirate Wrestlers Compete at State Competition

  After a good season and top standing in the district duals, the Sperry Pirate Wrestling team had five wrestlers qualify for the State Wrestling Tournament in Oklahoma City, and three of these grappled their way to the podium for their weight class.  The State finals were held Friday, February 24 and Saturday, February 25 at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City.   Sperry Senior Louden Akin was able to avenge . . .

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Sperry Trap Shooting Team Travels to Prue

Sperry Trap Shooting Team Travels to Prue   The Sperry Trap Shooting team competed recently with Prue and Sand Springs in a clay target shooting competition.  Team members each fired at 50 targets, so not only were a skillful eye and steady stance necessary, but the ability to be consistently skilled and steady 50 times over.   Cooper Park was Sperry's top gun, hitting 40 out of 50 targets. He . . .

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Pre-K Roundup Time is Coming!

Enrolling Students in Pre-Kindergarten for the 2017-2018 School Year

  Sperry Pre-Kindergarten Roundup: Enrollment for the 2017-2018 School Year   Sperry Public Schools will hold pre-kindergarten enrollment on Thursday, April 6 th , 2017 from 9 AM to 2 PM in the Early Childhood Building.  Pre-kindergarten enrollment is for children who are currently four years of age, or who will be four years old by September 1, 2017.  Parents need to bring . . .

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Sperry Elementary Future Chefs Cook Up Winning Dishes

  Sperry Chefs Cook Up Healthy Delights           On Tuesday, February 21, five Sperry Elementary Students served up a mix of skill, education, and healthy living.  They were the school’s five district finalists in the Future Chefs National Challenge sponsored by Sodexo, the national food service provider that supplies schools throughout the United States, and each made a . . .

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Middle School Academic Bowl Team is Statebound!

Sperry Middle School Academic Bowl to Be in State Tournament   Congratulations to Sperry Middle School 6 th and 7 th grade Academic Bowl Team and Coach Shaun Coke! On February 10 th , the team participated in the Oklahoma Junior Academic Bowl Association (OJABA) Class C Regional Double-Elimination Tournament and placed 4 th after five matches. They have earned a spot at the State Tournament in April. A . . .

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Sperry Students Take Nine Spots in the MEOBDA All-District Bands

  Nine Sperry Students Make MEOBDA All-District Bands   On January 16, more than 1,000 students from 30 schools participated in the Mid-East Oklahoma Band Directors Association All-District Band tryouts.  Sperry Band students participated in the tryouts on three of those bands: 7 th Grade Band, Junior High Band, and the High School Band.  Nine Sperry students took places on those bands and one . . .

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Second Grade Students Pilot Chromebooks as Instructional Resource

Technology has changed the way educators teach, how students learn, and the way teachers and students communicate. Sperry Schools has always strived to be on the cutting edge of technology, and the elementary has raised the bar for the other sites when it recently implemented 1:1 Chromebooks in second grade. “The benefits of using this technology with the lower grades are vast,” Elementary Principal Richard Akin said, . . .

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