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2017-2018 School Calendar

2017-2018 School Calendar

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School Supplies

RJMS School Supply List 20181-8.docx

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2017-2018 School Supply Lists

Dierks Elementary School Supply Lists 2017-2018   Pre-K  Click here for printable list. One (1) - Crayola washable watercolors One (1) - Crayola colored pencils, 12 count One (1) - Crayola Twistable crayons, 24 pack One (1) - Fiskars blunt tip scissors One (1) - Elmer's glue Four (4) - Larger Elmer's glue sticks One (1) - Crayola washable markers One (1) - Ticonderoga #2 pencils (black), 10 count One (1) - Pencil Bag One (1) - ream of white card stock (optional) CLEAR BACKPACK (no larger than 17 . . .

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FCCLA National STAR Event/Contest Winners

Congratulations to the following FCCLA National Star Event/Contest Winners: Haylie Moore and Esmerelda Perez - Silver Medals in Advocacy Arika Ramos and Kennedy Roberts - Gold Medals in Interpersonal Communications, Sr Division Amanda Atchley - Gold Medal in Recycle and Redesign Mia Straw and Ashley Williams - Gold Medals in Interpersonal Communication, Jr Division Hana Alarabi, Sydney McDaniel, and Hunter Moore - Gold Medals in Interior Design Our BBHS Savages participated in the National Conference in July in Nashville, TN and brought home many awards!  Go Savages!  

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Congratulations Student Council Officers!

Congratulations to our newly elected Student Council officers for the 2017-2018 school year.  They are President Lauren Orr, Vice-President Yoselin Rodriguez, Secretary Nereida Torres, Treasurer Katie Thomas, Historian Brennan Barrick, Parliamentarian Brooklyn Grugan, Freshmen Mentor Chair Ty Meeks, and Co-Student Life Chairs Mariana Escobar and Kaleb Meeks.  

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2017 STATE Slow-Pitch Softball Champions!!!

  Congratulations to the Broken Bow Lady Savages!!! They beat Broken Arrow 18-5 in the quarterfinals, Southmoore 13-11 in the semifinals, and run-ruled Tecumseh 11-1 in 5 innings to win the Championship! WE'RE PROUD OF YOU LADY SAVAGES!!!!!

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