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Special Tigers
The Special Tigers are going to the Winter Special Olympics in January to compete in Basketball and Swimming. Special Tigers are also doing a shirt order for the Winter Games to help offset costs for our athletes. The Winter Games shirt is attachedThe deadline to order is next Wednesday, December 19th.Thank you for your support!

basketballBasketball Showcase
Friends, family, and educators are invited to come and watch the Pryor Special Tigers Basketball teams scrimmage each other before heading to the State Winter Games for Special Olympics of Oklahoma! It will be held in the Lincoln Elementary Gymnasium at 5:30 pm on Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018. 

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Community Service!
Eighth graders, all community service hours are due by Saturday....THIS COMING SATURDAY! 

New opportunities have been posted by coach Gwarntey, Mrs. Mitchell, and Mrs. Alberty. 

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Congratulations Choir Students
November 10th, Choir had 4 HS Choir students compete in the second round of auditions for the All-State Honor Choir. All four students made it! Congratulations to: Senior, Taylor Bradshaw, who made the mixed chorus. Sophomores, Pierce Wenger & Liz Dougherty, and Junior, Rosie Wenger, who all made the treble chorus. This is a huge accomplishment for these 4 students and required hours of rehearsal, at school and at home, to learn the music and get it to the level needed for auditions. There were also great results from the JH Choir: 3 students earned a place in the OCDA All State JH Choir. Congratulations to the following students: Lily Ortiz (7th grade), Ross Barringer (9th grade) and Joe Ray (9th grade).

Yearbooks were cut short this year and there are only 200 yearbooks able to buy. There's 562 students enrolled in the Junior High, so 362 students will NOT be able to buy a yearbook. Get your yearbook while they last! You can order it online or bring the yearbook form and money to Mrs. Dana Gwartney's room.  

RaiseMe Scholarships
Through RSU's RaiseMe program, students attending high school in the United States can earn micro-scholarships as early as their freshmen year and apply them to RSU. In order to be eligible for the RaiseMe program, students must maintain a 3.0 GPA and be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, and have Oklahoma Residency.

Terry Gwartney
Terry Gwartney
Pryor Junior High
PO Box 548
7 S. Hogan
Pryor, OK 74361
Phone: (918) 825-2371
Fax: (918) 825-3950

Save The Date

Thursday, December 13, 2018-HIGH SCHOOL & JUNIOR HIGH – Wrestling Vinita – Away – 6:00 PM

Saturday, December 15, 2018-THUNDERBIRD – Graduation Avra PAC – 10:00 AM