Senior softball players will be recognized at the last home fastpitch softball game tonight. Seniors Kacee Reding, Kierra Evans, and Emily Cox will be honored for their hard work and dedication between the junior high and high school games with Okarche. The junior high game starts at 4:30 followed by the high school game.
An Arctic Adventure awaits students and their families at the Geary Elementary Book Fair, which continues through Thursday, Sept. 19. A wide variety of books from preschool through middle school are available as well as fun items such as posters, diaries, science kits, and fancy pens, pencils, and erasers. The Book Fair will be open for Parent-Teacher conferences from 4:00-7:00 Tuesday and Thursday. Students and parents are invited to come by and vote for their favorite classroom teacher by dropping change in their jar. The teacher's classroom receiving the most money will be given an ice cream sundae party. Teachers get to keep the change in their jar to buy books for their classroom from the Book Fair.
The yearbook staff needs student selfies for pages in the 2020 yearbook. Get out your phones (not in class) and take some great pictures. Selfies can be just yourself, with friends, or use a selfie stick to take pictures of a group. Email your fabulous pics to Mr. Petrone at firstname.lastname@example.org or send them to any yearbook staff member.
Two Geary High School juniors have taken on leadership roles in the NW District of SkillsUSA. Tucker Hicks (front) was elected vice president and Michael Blackcrow (far right, back row) was elected secretary. Both students went through intensive three-day officer training with other members of the District officer team at the Edmond Convention and Visitors Bureau. They studied leadership skills and public speaking.
Family All Sports passes are now on sale in the high school office. Price is $100 per family, and they are good for all home football, softball, basketball games, and wrestling meets, except for the Geary Invitational Tournament. See Patty Henry in the high school office to purchase an All Sports pass.
A cornhole tournament to benefit the Geary wrestling program will be held Oct. 5 at Base Vines and Cattle, 94670 N2590 Rd. Registration starts at 10:00 a.m. with the tournament at 11:00. Registration fee is $25 per player or $50 per team. Prizes will be awarded to the two top teams. Participants will have a chance to win custom OSU cornhole boards. For more information, contact Matt Kennedy at . . .