Memorial makes it 30!
This year marked the 30th year that Edmond Memorial High School has conducted “Swine Week.” This one week out of the year, students and faculty of Memorial raise money for a local charity.
Together… they make a difference in the community! Click on the thumbnail to view the April 4th issue of the RUFF DRAFT!
Whether you think so or not… there IS some kind of discrimination in your school. Read page 14-15 to discover how students are dealing with being discriminated against… as well as how students are helping others against discrimination.
View the article about all of the Ruff Draft staffs’ accomplishments from the OSM State Newspaper contest here.
By: Mike Morton, Santa Fe Ruff Draft Adviser
April 8, 2015
Ruff Draft Staff show their awards at the State contest. (Left to Right): Teagan Adams, Camille Butler, Julia Reese, McKenna Williams, Cameron Morgan (bottom), Maddie Niblett, Hanna Stout, Kaylee Reese, Peyton Van Nest (top). Not pictured: Chase Ohl and Avri Benton
On Monday April 6th, the 3 Edmond High School staffs traveled to the University of Oklahoma to compete in the 2015 Spring Media Monday and state competition. (more…)
The 2014 final exam schedule was released to the faculty and students today. Attached is a copy of the schedule for Thursday (Dec. 18) and Friday (Dec. 19).
For more information, please see your classroom teacher.
December 11, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: An Oklahoma City judge made a ruling to deny the temporary injunction filed by OKCPS on the Class 3A state playoffs this morning. The judge ruled that playoff game between Douglas and Locus Grove will stand and that game will be recorded as is and not replayed.
For more information, visit the complete stories on the Daily Oklahoman or KFOR.
By TEAGAN ADAMS, Santa Fe Staff Writer
November 10, 2014 edition
Students with after school jobs hold their standards high with maintaining grades that keep them passing and eligible. Having a job and working comes with certain obstacles, hardships, that a student has to deal with while they are still in school such as keeping passing grades, dealing with less sleep, frustration with all their homework and the stress of making it all happen. (more…)