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4-H

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Club Information:

The core principles of the 4-H movement are reflected in the shared successes of 4-H youth and their communities. So what are the principles that drive 4-H?

 

The 4-Hs
Head, Heart, Hands, and Health are the four Hs in 4-H, and they are the four values memebers work on through fun and engaging programs. 

  • Head - Managing, Thinking
  • Heart - Relating, Caring
  • Hands - Giving, Working
  • Health - Being, Living

 

The 4-H Pledge
I Pledge my head to clearer thinking, 
My heart to greater loyalty,
My hand to larger service,
and my health to better living,
for my club, my comunity, my country, and my world.
 

FFA

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Club Information:

"Future Farmers of America" was founded by a group of young farmers back in 1928. Their mission was to prepare future generations for the challenges of feeding a growing population. They taught us that agriculture is more than planting and harvesting-- it's a science, it's a business and it's an art.

FFA continues to help the next generation rise up to meet those challenges by helping its members to develop their own unique talents and explore their interests in a broad range of career pathways.

So today, we are still the Future Farmers of America. But, we are the Future Biologists, Future Chemists, Future Veterinarians, Future Engineers and Future Entrepreneurs of America, too.

AgEd Net
National FFA
Oklahoma Career Tech


FFA Officers

PRESIDENT.............................................Tyler Waugh

VICE PRESIDENT...........................................Brie Elliott

SECRETARY..............................................MaKenna Waugh

TREASURER.......................................Zac Chitwood

REPORTER............................................Kamyrn Roberts

SENTINEL.....................................................Anna Davis

 

Officer - Colt Picture

Chapter Advisor:
Mr. Timmy White - [email protected]

AG Classroom
580-667-5268 ext. 415

AG Studio
580-667-5268 ext. 405

Newspaper Staff

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Speech & Drama

Contest Events:

A.  Original Oratory (OO)
1. The original oration is a speech that may be on any school related subject the student chooses.  
2. No more than 150 words may be quoted directly.
3. The maximum time is not to exceed 10 minutes.
4. Original word from previous yeas' state or nationals may not be repeated be that student.
5. All performances must not have profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity.
6. Prompting from the audience is not allowed.
7. A copy of the oration must be typed, double-spaced. The quoted words must be highlighted and counted, paraphrase must also be highlighted.

B.  Standard Oratory (SO)
1. This event is limited to students in grades nine and ten.
2. Each participant is to precede his selection by a short introduction in which s/he acquaints the audience with the author, and the reason why this particular material was chosen for delivery.
3. The maximum time including the introduction is not to exceed 10 minutes. 
4. Prompting from the audience is not allowed.
5. All performances must not have profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity.

C.  Prose (PR)
1. This event is limited to students in grades nine and ten.
2. The purpose of this contest is to stimulate the student to find the meaning of printed prose and to communicate
the meaning orally to his listeners.
3. Gestures, if used at all, should be used sparingly.
4. Prose for the purpose of this contest is defined as any published material of literary merit, exept poetry or drama.
5. The reader may edit or cut his material as he sees fit.
6. The book or manuscript must be in the hands of the reader. 
7. The time limit, including the introduction, is 8 minutes. 8. All performances must be void of profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity.

D.  Poetry (PO)
1. This event is limited to students in grades 11 and 12.
2. Each contestant is to give an introduction to his program.
3. Gestures, it used at all, should be used sparingly.
4. Material used in the performance must be all published poetry.
5. The reader may edit or cut his material as he sees it.
 6. The book or manuscript must be in the hands of the reader.
 7. The time limit including the introduction is 8 minutes.
 8. All performances must be void of profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity.
 
 E.  Monologue (MONO)
 1. Monologue is to be defined for purposes of this contest material published. The monologue performance will consists of two contrasting pieces.
 3. Original wording shall be used only for the introduction. 
 4. There shall be no spoken transition or conclusion.
 5. Maximum time is not to exceed six minutes.
 6. Properties shall be limited to one chair.
 7. The cutting must be presented without scenery, special lighting, costuming or sound effects.
 8. A photocopy of the original published script must be available.
 9. All performances must be void of profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity. 
 10.Prompting from the audience is not allowed.
 11. This is a memorized event.
 
F.  Humorous and Dramatic Interpretation (HI, DI)
1. Dramatic and humorous interpretation are to be defined as a monologue or material in which persons of characters other than or addition to, the author speak thought 
2. Material must be from a single work of published worthwhile literature using the same diction that the author has used in the original manuscript.
3. Additional wording may be added only for the purpose of introduction, transition, and conclusion.
4. The performance should include an introduction designed to prepare the audience favorably for the material to be presented.
5. The maximum time including the introduction is not to exceed 10 minutes.
6. Properties shall not be used.
7. A contestant must remain in a standing position. 
8. This is a memorized event. Use of a script is prohibited.
9. A photocopy of the original published script must be available.
10. Prompting from the audience is not allowed.
11. All performances must be void of profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity.

 

Contest Speech Results - This link will take you to a list of names of people currently qualified for the regional tournament. It will ultimately contain names of state qualifiers and winners.

Student Council

Contact:
Mrs. Potts - Student Council Sponsor
 
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Academic Team

Quiz bowl is a family of games of questions and answers on all topics of human knowledge that is commonly played by students enrolled in high school or college, although some participants begin in middle or even elementary school. Participants may benefit from studying a broad range of academic subjects, increasing memorization and study skills, learning to work in teams and expanding capacity for responsibility.                                                  

The game is typically played with a lockout buzzer system between some number of teams, most commonly two teams of four or five players each. A moderator reads questions to the teams whose players endeavor to buzz in first with the correct answer, scoring points for their team. Information received from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quiz_bowl

 

Academic Team Practice Questions

Oklahoma Association for Academic Competition

Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association

Yearbook

Contact:
Mr. Harnden - Yearbook Advisor
 
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