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*** JOM Committee Election Meeting Oct. 22 at 6pm in the Federal Programs Office *** Veterans Day Breakfast at 8:30 and Program at 9:30, Nov. 11 *** Thanksgiving Break - Nov. 24 - 28 ***

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Back row L to R: Jayton Eckhardt, Hunter Farless, Tyler Sweeney and Dillon Weer Front row L to R: River Simon, Dalton Weer, Tee Jay Trotter and Christian Crist

Vian FFA Jr. Sporting Clays Team Qualifies for State

    The Vian FFA Chapter traveled to Kellyville last Tuesday, October 7 th , for the Northeast District FFA Sporting Clays Competition.   Forty-one   Junior Teams and fifty-two Senior Teams competed for a chance to advance to the state finals. There are four members on a team and each member has the opportunity to shoot 20 targets.   Students shot from four different stations shooting a single and two sets of double targets from each station.   FFA members  and their teams    were scored by how many targets they hit.   Only the . . . read more

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FFA Competes in Greenhand Quiz and Opening Ceremonies Contest

  The Vian FFA Chapter recently competed at the Sequoyah County Greenhand Quiz and Opening Ceremonies contest on October 9th at Gans. The team of Hayden Arnold, Ben Spyres, Trayton Roberts, Jayton Eckhardt, Sydney McWaters and Mattie Parks placed 2nd in the Opening Ceremonies. Freshman Angel Sidman won second place in the FFA Greenhand Quiz contest and Grace Bane won fifth. Next students will compete in the District Contests to be held at Connors State College on October 14th where they must place in the top two of either contests . . . read more


Students Working Against Tobacco

    The growing popularity of Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems, (Electronic Cigarettes) among young adults is causing multiple problems for schools around the country.  Out of 50 states, 42 allow minors to purchase and carry these vaporizing products. On April 25, 2014 the FDA had made regulations on these devices.  The FDA is to review all the ingredients used in these products. As of November 1, 2013, Oklahoma has joined forces to eliminate the use of ENDS products to adolescents.  The use of any . . . read more


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