Elementary and Middle/High School enrollment dates have been announced. Elementary students will enroll Wednesday, July 31, from 8:30-3:30. Middle and High School enrollment day is Thursday, Aug. 1, from 8:30-3:30 in the High School Library. Parents and guardians are asked to accompany their child to enrollment day so they can sign any necessary forms and receive important information regarding the 2019-20 school year. Physicals will be given Aug. 1 for student athletes in 5th through 12th grades. Sports physicals begin at 3:00 in the Field House.
The Bison are preparing for an exciting and successful football season. High school players recently returned from SW AIR, a football camp for quarterbacks and receivers held in Bethany. Preseason scrimmages for the varsity will be Friday, Aug. 16, and Friday, Aug. 30. The Bison will have an away scrimmage against Southwest Covenant and Oklahoma City Patriots Home School Aug. 16 beginning at 6:00. On Aug. 30, there will be a home scrimmage against Ringwood at 6:00. The Bison will travel to Canton for the season opener Thursday, Sept. 5, at 7:00. The first home game will be Friday, Sept. 20, against Waynoka.
Geary Public Schools will offer free sports physicals Thursday, August 1, for all 5th-12th graders planning to play sports. Physicals will begin at 3:00 p.m. in the Stegall-Long Field House. All athletes are to pick up physical forms and paperwork from their coaches and have them filled out when they come that day. Permission forms must be signed by a parent or guardian. Please call the school or any coach if you have questions.
The Geary chapter of SkillsUSA brought home the gold after winning top Medal of Excellence chapter at the National Leadership and Skills Conference at Louisville, KY. GHS became the smallest school and first school from Oklahoma to win this prestigious national award. Representing Geary at Nationals were Tony Davidson, Tucker Hicks, and Michael Blackcrow. The three students and chapter advisor Cody McPherson were . . .
Top Geary Middle School and High School students were named to the Honor Society for the school year. Students must be in the top 10 percent for grade point average to be eligible for the Honor Society. Middle School students receiving their Honor Society certificates are shown in the left photo. They are: Connor Bernhardt, Casen Briscoe, Dayson Cash, Jackson Chapman, Maggie Glasgow, Ethan Jameson, and Victoria . . .
The Geary Chamber of Commerce presented the Young Citizen's Award to two deserving seniors. Chase Merkey and Julissa Martinez received the award at the academic awards assembly. Crystal Briscoe with the Chamber of Commerce is shown making the presentation.