Please come out and support Ironmen baseball this weekend! Contact Brandon Hicks to sign up for the corn hole tournament that is happening Saturday, April 16th. All Ironmen baseball players have tickets to sell for a chance to win these Ironmen corn hole boards…$5 per ticket.
The Nowata Ironmen Baseball team will be hosting a Cornhole tournament on Saturday April 16th at 10am. The event will be held at the high school gym. Each team that registers will receive a ticket that enters them into a drawing to win a custom set of cornhole boards. Entry is $40 per team and the winning team will receive $200 cash!!! All the money raised will go towards making sure the kids are taken care of when traveling to games that are not close by. Also any money left over at the end of the season generally goes towards the high school fields to make the the upcoming classes have equipment. As mentioned before Your Nowata Ironmen Baseball players will have raffle tickets starting tomorrow at noon for sale. You can buy your raffle tickets from any Baseball player for $5 each. Drawing will be held at the tournament. Name and number does need to be on ticket stub. Register teams with Brandon Hicks Registration ends at 8am on the 16th #IronmenPride
Today is Election day. Please exercise your right to vote in the School Board Election. Information about the candidates can be found on the school website.
Attention seniors! Cap and gown picture retakes will be Wednesday, April 13th during 6th hour. If you missed out on our original picture day, please be ready! If you haven't turned in your senior packets, this is your LAST CHANCE! April 13th is the FINAL DEADLINE! Don't miss out!
Congratulations to both the Nowata HS and MS Choir for each respectably earning an Excellent Rating at NEO Choir Festival today. I am super proud of these kids and the hard work they have put into our Choir.
The Nowata girls golf team (Addison Reese, Roslin Johnson, Addison Maggard, and Alexis Malone) braved the elements today to finish in 8th place. Alexis finished in 11th overall scoring a personal best in the process. I would like to thank the Nowata Country Club for providing lunches for all the teams. Meat was provided by the Painted Horse and Connie Dye. Members of the club cooked and served the food for the teams. Also thanks to Bron Williams for making a donut run this morning.
A HUGE Congratulations to the Nowata HS Choir for their Superior Rating at the OKWU Choir Festival. The choir received straight one's on their stage performance. They then sang as a mass Choir with Dewey and the OKWU Choir after rehearsing three selections together for several hours today during the clinic portion of the festival. I am super proud of these kids.
Nowata boys got first place today at the Nowata Ironmen Golf Tournament. Maddox Bullen finished 2nd, Spencer Bullen finished 3rd, and Jace Thompson finished 6th over all.
Nowata Boys finished 2nd today as a team with 3 individuals finishing in the top 10. Congrats to Maddox Bullen who finished 2nd, Jace Thompson who got 5th, and Spencer Bullen who received 6th. James Ewers and Nic Humphries rounded out our team which missed 1st by only 4 strokes.
Congratulations to the Nowata HS Band for receiving an Excellent Rating on Stage and a Superior Rating in Sight Reading at the District 9 OSSAA Band Festival Competition. I am so very proud of these talented musicians.
Analyzing a crime scene with DNA using gel electrophoresis!
Seniors and Parents: We have Parent/Teacher Conferences tonight from 3:30 to 7:30. I will be here and free to work on scholarships. Bring your scholarship stuff and we will work on them. Most of the local ones are due Wednesday, March 9th. I have only received 3 applications so far. 🙂
Today was OSSAA Instrumental Solo Ensemble and members of the Nowata HS and MS Band came out and represented Nowata with great pride. I am so proud of all those who participated. Many of our band events are now headed to State competition in April. Congratulations to: Jazmyn Ortiz-Velez for receiving a Superior Rating on her Flute Solo. She will advance to state in April. Bryson Mckee for receiving a Superior Rating on his Bari Sax Solo. He will advance to State in April. Kaitlyn Talley for receiving a Superior Rating on her Flute Solo. She will advance to State in April. Michael Prince for receiving a Superior Rating on his Marimba Solo. He will advance to State in April. Nowata Percussion Ensemble which consist of Hannah Morris, Kendal McWilliams and Michael Prince for receiving a Superior Rating. They will advance to State in April. Amelia Prince and Laura Bailey for receiving a Superior Rating on their Woodwind Duet. Shelby Webster and Riley Branstetter received a Superior Rating on their Snare Duet. Mason Miller for receiving an Excellence Rating on his Baritone Solo. Jackson Vanderpool for receiving an Excellence Rating on his Alto Saxophone Solo. Justin Miller for receiving an Excellence Rating on his French Horn Solo. Jacob Horner for receiving a Good Rating on his Trombone Solo. Kolin Ivie and Maria Gomez for receiving a Good Rating on their Brass Duet.
Today was OSSAA Vocal Solo Ensemble and Nowata Choir was represented extremely well. I am super proud of all those who participated today. Congratulations to: Alexis Warner MS Choir received a Superior Rating on her Soprano solo. Destiny Hill MS Choir received a Superior Rating on her Soprano Solo. Stephanie Halsell HS Choir received a Superior Rating on her Soprano solo and will advance to State Competition in April. HS Choir Quartet is comprised of Jazmyn Ortiz-Velez, Hannah Morris, Josie Kipps and Jayson Boren. They received an Excellent Rating on their ensemble performance. Taylena Seely HS Choir received a Good Rating on her Soprano Solo. Jazmyn Ortiz-Velez HS Choir received Good Rating in her Soprano solo. Hannah Morris HS Choir received a Fair Rating in her Soprano Solo.
Nowata Parents, We will need to finalize our order with Jostens for the yearbook to be delivered this summer/fall for the 2021/2022 school year. If you would like to GUARANTEE one for your student, please go to http://jostensyearbooks.com?ref=A06863900 and order online before April 15th. We won’t be ordering many, if any extras. So don’t delay!
Students performing a lab activity in which they extract their own DNA!
8th graders went to the Junior Achievement Career Exploration Fair on March 2nd at the Tulsa Expo Center. They were able to explore several different careers with companies that created hands-on interactive exhibits.
Get those senior packets for yearbook turned in as soon as possible!
Summer Feeding Program
REMINDER! Senior yearbook packets are due this week! Get them turned in to the front office or to Mrs. Sanco as soon as possible! Don't miss out!