Homecoming Week will have a decidedly spooky theme with students encouraged to dress in costumes for all the activities and fun Sept. 27-Oct. 1. Dress-up day themes are: Monday - Pajama Day; Tuesday - Monster Mash Day (dress as your favorite monster character); Wednesday - Movie Character Day; Thursday - Opposite Day, and Friday - Spirit Day (wear red and black). A Homecoming bonfire is scheduled for Thursday at 6:30 at the high school gravel lot, and the Homecoming dance will be held after the game Friday in the Old Gym. Friday's pep assembly and Bison Battle will begin at 9:00 in the Field House. The Bison will face the Buffalo H.S. Buffalo at 7:00 Friday.
Geary Middle School and High School have started a character education program to recognize outstanding students. Teachers nominate and vote for two Student of the Month candidates for each grade level. Students of the Month are chosen based on character traits such as respect, responsibility, integrity, caring/compassion, positive attitude, honesty, accountability, and leadership. To be eligible, a student cannot have any office referrals for discipline issues. Students of the Month will be rewarded with a special lunch provided by Mrs. Burns and their names will be entered in a drawing for a Visa gift card. August Students of the Month selected for the Middle School are: 6th grade - Dreyan Hartico and Gabby Brushwood; 7th grade - Quaid Lawson & Randi Upchego; and 8th grade - Donnie Spottedcorn & Jozsalyn Bates. High School Students of the Month are: 9th grade - Connor Bernhardt & Gloria Stell; 10th grade - Victoria Mars & Christian Blackcrow; 11th grade - Elliott Harrall & Jace Nelson, and 12th grade - Amaya Evans & Rue Espinoza.
Geary Middle School Students of the Month Geary High School Students of the Month
Officers with the Geary chapter of Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) attended the FCCLA lead Conference In Enid Thursday, Sept. 16. Officers are Sam Smith, Delissa Evans, Randi Upchego, Lilli Richey, Norma Cardoso-Evans, and Rachel Garza. Mrs. Yost is chapter advisor. FCCLA is a national organization helping students focus on a variety of youth concerns and career preparation.
Geary FFA students designed and constructed an Agricultural Education Exhibit to enter for the state fair. The students' exhibit earned Reserve Division Champion honors in the non-mechanical division. Congratulations to FFA students who worked on the exhibit.
The Geary High chapter of Business Professionals of America (BPA) has begun meeting to make plans for a fun and productive school year. Newly elected officers are: (L-R) Vice President Tyler Marshall, President Ashleigh Charley, Reporter Hope Shawnee, and Treasurer Eduardo Sanchez. Mr. Michael Petrone is BPA advisor.
The Geary School District is offering curbside meal pickup for students who are quarantined. Those wanting to reserve breakfast and/or lunch should call the school office before 9:00 a.m.to tell how many meals are needed. Breakfast and lunch can be picked up 10:30-11:00 at both school locations. Meals will be delivered to cars. This free service is available for all students 18 and younger in the Geary School . . .