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Eighth grade graduation pictures are available for pick-up at the school this week.
8th grade cap/gown pics will be Wednesday, May 6, beginning at 9 am in the auditorium. Students will arrive alphabetically in 5-minute increments for pictures and will adhere to social distancing guidelines (alphabetical list will be posted tomorrow). Students giving speeches should come prepared to deliver those for recording. Senior graduation video will be made Thursday, May 7, beginning at 10 am in the auditorium. Students will arrive in 5-minute increments to video walking in, diploma presentation, and walking out. Students delivering speeches should come prepared to deliver those for recording. Senior graduate outdoor recognition will be Sunday, May 10, at 3 pm in the parking lot in front of the new gym. Seniors should wear caps/gowns for this event.
Today's Senior Spotlight is on Heather Truitt! Heather is the daughter of Ronnie and Janice Owens and Kathie and Wayne Truitt. She is the senior class historian and an FFA officer. In her time in the FFA chapter, she has been an important part of the Red Oak Show Team. After high school, she plans to attend EOSC and obtain a degree in agricultural education while competing as a member of the livestock judging team. Share and support our 2020 graduates!
Today’s Senior Spotlight is on Weston Roberts! Weston is the son of Jennifer and Baron Bradshaw and Clint and Cristil Roberts, and the grandson of Rick Cawyer, John and Renate Williams, Carla and Tim Roberts, and Curtis and Brenda Bradshaw. Weston is a Class B state basketball champion (2018) and was a member of the Eagle basketball team for four years. After high school, he will be attending OSU-Okmulgee to train in their high voltage lineman program. Share and support our 2020 graduates!
Today's Senior Spotlight is on Bryar Potter! Bryar is the son of Ed and Destini Kitchens and the grandson of Skeet and Sharon Franklin and the late Clyde and Beulah Kitchens. He is a 2020 state archery champion and enjoys coon hunting, deer hunting, and fishing. After graduation he plans to enter the workforce. Share and support our 2020 graduates!
Eighth grade graduation pictures will be Wednesday, May 6, at 10 am in the auditorium. Students will take pictures in their cap/gown alphabetically in 10-minute intervals and adhere to social distancing guidelines. Graduates who are giving speeches should come prepared to give those and have them recorded on video. We will release an alphabetical list the week before for students.
Today's Senior Spotlight is on Christopher Lopez! Christopher is the son of Crystal Jefferson and Jose Lopez and the grandson of Ruthie and Jimmy Jefferson. Christopher has earned membership in the National Technical Honor Society and has been an active member of the FCCLA chapter and the Academic Team. After high school, Chris plans to attend KTC and train in the field of information technology, particularly routing/switching and cybersecurity. Share and support our 2020 graduates!
Today's Senior Spotlight is on Trista Ober! Trista is the daughter of Tommy and Dusti Ober and in her four years at Red Oak she has won three state softball championships, a vital member of the Lady Eagle team all three years. She has served on the yearbook staff and has been indispensable to the senior breakfast crew. In the fall, she will continue her education at Eastern Oklahoma State College where she plans to enter the nursing program. Share and support our 2020 graduates!
Today’s Senior Spotlight is on Grace Montgomery! Grace is the daughter of Johnny and Leigh Montgomery and is a valedictorian of the Class of 2020. She has been a member of the varsity fast pitch and slow pitch softball teams (winning three state championships and earning fast pitch All-State honors) a state basketball runner-up, an archery state champion, a member of the Red Oak FFA chapter, a member of the speech/drama team, and a charter member of the Red Oak NHS Chapter. Grace has received numerous scholarships for her college education, including the Carloyn Watson Oppurtunities Scholarship ($12,000 per year for four years), the NSU Valedictorian Scholarship, selection to the CASC Scholars Program, the Oklahoma Youth Expo Choctaw Nation Scholarship ($2500), and the Oklahoma Youth Expo Devon Energy ($1000). Her plans are to attend NSU to pursue a Pre-Professional Health Degree with plans of becoming an optometrist. Share and support our 2020 graduates!
Today's Senior Spotlight is on Damien Holmes! Damien, although fun-loving, ornery, and mischievous, is a very loyal young man who loves spending time with his family and friends. He is a very hard worker and can often be found fixing things up. Never idle, he ALWAYS has a project going. Damien has many interest, including hog hunting with his buddies, roping, and deer hunting. Some of his favorite things are horses, Mexican food, and French onion dip (of which he has been seen buying in large quantities at a time). Damien was a member of the fall and spring state runner-up baseball team in 2016-17, a state runner-up in archery in 2017-18, and an archery state champion in 2019-20. He was a member of FFA all four years of high school and plans to continue his education next fall at Eastern Oklahoma State College.
Today’s Senior Spotlight is on Cadden Hardaway! Cadden is planning on attending KTC to obtain her phlebotomy certification and later the LPN program. “This quarantine hasn't really got her down too much,” her mom says, other than she can’t go out and eat or hang out with her friends. She enjoys binge-watching Netflix and working on her distance learning. “Cadden hasn't liked school from day one,” said mom, “and it has always been a chore to get her to go. Once in high school I'll never forget having to have Bob law escort her back to school because she decided to skip and go to the park, and I threatened to have him handcuff her the next time she was caught and bring her to her seat in class...I'm sure all her teachers know what I'm talking about when I say she was always late or always finding somewhere else to go. But she is truly gonna miss going to school and this isn’t how she pictured her senior year ending.”
Today’s Senior Spotlight is on Marissa Hill! Marissa Hill is the daughter of Travis and Cheryl Hill. Marissa has been actively involved in FFA for all four years of high school, showing livestock and serving as the current FFA chapter president, and next year she plans to attend Eastern Oklahoma State College as an agriculture education major. Marissa has won countless livestock show awards at the local, county, and state levels. Marissa has also served as senior class treasurer, yearbook editor, and senior breakfast chef!
Dear Seniors, Parents, and family, I pray you are staying safe during this time of uncertainty. I'm sorry that things are turned upside down for you and your family during a time that is supposed to be joyous and memorable, but we are going to do our best for you to have a graduation of some sort. Here's the plan: we will graduate on May 10th at 3:00 as planned. We will have you line up in your vehicles in front of the gym. A podium and outdoor sound system will be set up under the covered area of the gym. In groups of three or four (students we will coordinate the order a little later) you will come up and sit in chairs spread out at a safe distance. Speeches will be given by those who are to speak, and then that group will be announced and given their diplomas. They will then return to their vehicles, and the next group will come on "stage" repeating the same process, then the next. I will then present them as graduates and they will travel a specified route through town in Red Oak parade style! We are asking that the parking area directly in front of the gym be left for immediate family, right behind the seniors. The rest of the parking lot may be used for visitors. The graduation will be live streamed for those unable to attend or for those waiting downtown. A senior video similar to the usual slide show is being prepared as well. We love you and care about you, and want you to have a memorable day even if it is unusual. Sincerely, Bryan Deatherage Superintendent
SENIOR REMINDER: Cap/gown pictures are tomorrow, April 14, in the auditorium beginning at 10 am. Seniors should adhere to the alphabetical schedule to ensure social distancing guidelines.
Today begins our Senior Spotlight, honoring the Class of 2020! Brayden Allen hasn’t let the quarantine get him down. From daylight to dusk, Brayden is on a pond or pit bank enjoying some fishing. A love of the outdoors is something he and his Pa David shared. He is a state champion member of the Eagle Archery team and a key leader on the team for four years. After high school, he’s headed to KTC to obtain his HVAC license. His favorite words of wisdom come from his dad: “It is what it is.” Share our Senior Spotlight each day and help us honor our graduates!
Tonight at 8:20 pm (20:20 in 24-hour time) we’ll be burning the lights of our baseball and softball fields to honor the Class of 2020. If you’re in town, take a video from your location and share it to support our seniors!
All students grades 7-12 with online access need to check Remind and Google Classroom before Monday, April 6, if they are not signed up for packets to finish the school year.
Athletic apparel has arrived! If you ordered baseball or softball apparel last month, it can be picked up Monday, April 6....softball pickup at 9 am, baseball at 10 am, both pickup locations at the new gym.
You can help us fill in some missing pages in our 2020 Eagle Yearbook! Send pictures of your kids and the activities they've been busy with lately and we'll include what we can in the yearbook...email pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org or share them via Google Drive.
Group/athletic pictures that were taken March 4 cannot be processed because of photo lab closures due to COVID-19. If you ordered packages from these pictures, you will still receive those pictures once the labs re-open.
Dear Red Oak Family, Yesterday we learned that Oklahoma students will not return to the classroom for the remainder of the current school year, following a vote by the State Board of Education. Instead, districts, including Red Oak, will implement continuous learning plans that will allow students to complete the school year at home. State education and health officials believe this move will help our state fight the spread of COVID-19. We are sharing this information with you now so you can prepare accordingly for your family. We understand this change is in the best interest of everyone’s health, which is our greatest priority as a district. The state board’s vote also means that all extracurricular and special events will be canceled or postponed as well. Making these difficult decisions, we believe, is simply the right thing to do for our students, staff, and our community. That being said, we WILL have some form of senior graduation! We have been discussing ways to break it up numbers wise to comply with guidelines set forth. We will be meeting with senior officers next week in small groups or via teleconference to discuss ideas such as parking lot graduation, senior videos/DVD’s, live streaming, and/or parade style graduation. Prom can be postponed indefinitely…our current prom rules allow for “dates” to attend until they reach the age of 21, so a post graduate is able to attend a prom at a later date. Do to travel restrictions, senior trip looks as if it may not happen. We will be in discussion with our auditor on how to proceed with the funds that were raised. There is good news: Red Oak is developing a plan to ensure your child will continue to have opportunities to learn and grow academically, especially with parental support. Because we are unable to safely gather together, these lessons will be delivered and communicated via several ways to fit your needs. Teachers will meet next week to choose the best delivery method based on their students. Forms of this may be through Google classroom, YouTube, Zoom, emails, and packets. We have a great staff that has already been working to contribute to this continuous learning plan. We appreciate their hard work, as well as our support staff who has cleaned, scrubbed, sanitized, etc. Our food service has worked hard to get everything in place for meal service which has already begun. Many state mandates have been waived such as testing, attendance, and certain curriculum mandates. We are still waiting on clarification if our last day will be May 5, or May 8. Please continue to follow the CDC guidelines to protect yourself and your family. We will continue to communicate through our website, school Facebook page, Twitter, Remind, and via telephone. We are a community that sticks together in challenging times. As soon as we identify our next steps or gain more information we will share them with you. Let’s maintain our EAGLE pride in this unprecedented time! Sincerely, Bryan Deatherage Superintendent
REMINDER: A combination breakfast/lunch for children 18 and under will be available for pickup at the north door of the cafeteria beginning tomorrow from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm. The door will be open, so just drive up and someone will bring meals to you. Please contact us if want to be aded to the list.
All school/health-related updates over Spring Break will be sent through the Remind and/or Red Oak School apps only (both apps are free). Please do not contact school personnel directly concerning these issues.
Dear Parents and Families, You have likely seen a lot of recent media attention on the coronavirus. Please know that Red Oak Public Schools is monitoring the situation daily and installing additional measures to maintain a clean and healthy environment for our students and staff. There are things you can do at home as well. The following information is provided to help prevent the transmission and spread of coronavirus. The virus, like many other illnesses including the flu, is spread between people who are in close contact with one another (within about 6 feet) via coughing or sneezing. The same good health habits that prevent other viruses like the flu, also prevent the spread of coronavirus and decrease the risk of getting sick: Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, with 60% alcohol, if soap and water are not available. Cough into a tissue or your elbow (not your hand), then throw tissue away and wash your hands. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands. Avoid contact with people who are sick and stay home when you are sick. Keep students home if they are running a temperature, they report not feeling well, or appear weak or ill. Consult your healthcare provider if you or your child has health conditions that put you at increased risk. Additional guidance provided to districts from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) on prevention, planning, and how to respond to coronavirus can be found on the CDC website. If you have a trip planned for spring break out of the country, please see the following guidance issued by the State Department of Education: Individuals returning from travel in any Level 2 or 3 country as determined by the CDC should self-quarantine for a period of two weeks. This includes students and employees. If you are planning a spring break trip out of the country, please notify your principal or supervisor so a discussion can take place on whether returning to school immediately is the right course of action. We all have a role to play in keeping students, staff, and families healthy and safe. You can help by staying informed, practicing good hygiene, and staying home or keeping children home if they have been running a fever or are exhibiting signs of a fever. We are committed to keeping you informed and working with you to keep our school community safe. Sincerely, Red Oak Public Schools Administration
School phone systems are currently down. If your child needs to make different than usual arrangements for pick-up, please message your child's teacher using the Remind app.
JH softball games today have been canceled.
OYE send-off will be tomorrow, March 10, at noon. JH softball game March 10 has been moved to Wister, 3:45 pm start time.
JH/HS softball games have been moved HERE today, JH at 4:30 pm and HS immediately following.
Baseball and softball spring apparel orders have been extended to Wednesday, March 11.
Forms for group pictures are being sent home today...pictures will be Wednesday. For elementary athletics, have your student wear or bring a purple Red Oak shirt.
Marissa Hill wins Grand Champion Steer at the Latimer County Livestock Show!
NHS NOMINEES: A reminder that all NHS application materials are due by Friday, February 28.
Due to the possibility of inclement weather, there will NO SCHOOL tomorrow, Wednesday, February 5.
Tomorrow's JH and HS basketball games will both be played at Grant, with JH beginning at 4 pm.
Friday is the last day to turn it school picture retake order forms.
Today’s basketball games at the Shrine Tournament are canceled.
Due to the timing of severe weather, school is being dismissed at 1:00 this afternoon.
Elementary and JH basketball at Wilburton today is canceled. Elementary games scheduled for Monday, January 13, at Quinton have been moved to Whitesboro at 9 am.
Picture retakes will be Thursday morning, January 9.
There will be no KiBois Head Start tomorrow, Monday, January 6.
Tonight is the Red Oak Livestock Show! Join us starting at 6 pm and support our local show team kids!
Baseball pages for the 2019 yearbook are now available and free to those who have purchased the current yearbook. Pages may be picked up in the yearbook room.
School will be dismissed at 12:30 pm today...have a great break!
The lockdown drill has concluded.
Today’s JH basketball game at Oktaha has been canceled.
WHAT A NIGHT! Both teams win, the Eagles overcoming a 12-point halftime deficit to win by five!
Tonight's basketball games vs. Clayton are CHRISTMAS THEMED! Wear your ugly Christmas sweaters, Santa hats, and cheer on the Eagles while rocking out to Christmas music at The Gill!
JH basketball has added a home game tomorrow, December 10, vs. Clayton at 4 pm (right before the HS games).
What a day for our FCCLA STAR event competitors! Lynsie Patten Cake Decorating Level 1 1st Place Abbey Muncy Cake Decorating Level 2 2nd place Molleigh Tate Children's Literature Level 1 1st place Sayde Brigane & Lizzie Oller Repurpose & Redesign Level 1 3rd place Maggie Tate & Armina Williams Level 2 4th place.
Senior panel picture proofs are now available in Mr. White’s room...orders are due back by Wednesday, December 4.
Friday night’s high school game vs. Stringtown has moved to Red Oak, start time still 6:30 pm.
Buses will run at 2:15 today. Bus riders are the only students affected by this change.
The November menu is updated and now online!
There was a medical issue at school this morning. Everything has been addressed and there is no need to be alarmed.
You still have time to submit pictures for our Veterans Wall of Honor to be displayed at our assembly on Monday at 9 am! Email pictures to email@example.com.
There has been a recent event which caused a safety concern within our school system. The situation was addressed by our administration and turned over to the proper authorities. Due to confidentiality laws we are not at liberty to discuss particulars. Please discuss with your children the magnitude and consequences of "joking" about school violence. Red Oak Schools are making every effort to provide a safe, enjoyable environment for all students in this ever-changing world in which we live.
Our school Wellness Policy is now available in the Documents sections of our website.
Junior high basketball tomorrow (Thursday, November 7) has been changed to a tip-off time of 5:30 pm. JV games that were scheduled tomorrow are canceled.
Elementary basketball games today have been canceled.
DC parent meeting has moved to the auditorium… Start time still 6 PM.
HONORING OUR VETERANS: In preparation for our annual Veterans Day assembly, we are asking anyone with a special veteran in their lives to send a picture of him/her, along with branch/place of service, to firstname.lastname@example.org. We want to honor those veterans with a special “Veterans Wall” at our assembly. Thank you!
FRIDAY EVENTS: Coronation pictures will start tomorrow at 4:30 pm in the auditorium. The coronation begins at 6 pm in the auditorium. The carnival begins following the coronation.
REMINDER: All Royalty Race money is due by 2 pm tomorrow, Thursday, October 24.
Reminder for Seniors: we will go to Wilburton and Poteau tomorrow for bingo prizes. Leaving school at 8:00.
Our broadcast team will do our best to record tonight’s elementary basketball games at Whitesboro and rebroadcast them tomorrow throughout the day. We are unable to livestream tonight because of poor cell service in that area.
What was that big announcement last week for students in grades 6-8? Please join us on Tuesday, October 29 at 6:00pm for a 25-minute parent informational meeting! A tour director will be there to meet you and explain more about this once-in-a-lifetime adventure to Washington, D.C. and Mt. Vernon during the summer of 2021. Contact Mr. White at email@example.com with any questions. Please consider joining us if you have any interest at all, as there will be FREE pizza! Don't miss out!
Silo/Dale game in the top of the seventh...Eagles/Leedey game and broadcast will begin after this game concludes.
A great season comes to an end: Lady Eagles fall to LeFlore, 10-4.
Senior panel pictures have been rescheduled for Wednesday, October 16.
Let’s go to state together...Lady Eagles win and advance! #outworkeverybody
Lady Eagles defeat Smithville, will play the winner of Smithville/Welch (noon) at 2 pm tomorrow. If the Lady Eagles win, they join the Eagles at the State Tournament next week!
Eagles defeat Boswell 12-0 in the regional opener...next game for the Eagles follows the LeFlore/Tupelo game, with a trip to the State Tournament on the line!
Lady Eagles win their regional opener, 10-2 over Welch...will play again at 6 pm. Eagles lead Boswell in game one of their regional, 6-0 in the bottom of the second.
There will be NO SCHOOL Thursday, October 4, as we host players and fans from Welch, Earlsboro, and Smithville for the Class B regional softball tournament. Games begin at noon Thursday.
BACK-TO-BACK PERFECT GAMES: the Lady Eagles claim the district crown on the strength of two perfect games from Kacie Bell and Jaiden Dill!
High school softball has added a game TODAY at 5 pm vs. Coalgate.
Elementary softball/baseball games scheduled for Friday, September 20, vs. Cameron have been canceled.
Eagles claw back to beat B #9 Wright City, 4-3!
The Lady Eagles end Roff’s undefeated season with a 2-1 win!
Yearbook picture proofs are going home with students today...be sure to ask your kids about them!
Today’s HS softball game against Caney will be played HERE at 4:30.
Red Oak High School provides assessment through the ACT for high school juniors as part of our requirements for state testing. Please take the attached survey to help us provide a better assessment experience for our students! https://forms.gle/wmLroarSAu5EpuE26
Eagles win a thriller, 1-0 over Wister in the CASC Tournament!
School phone lines are down temporarily.
LET’S PLAY TWO: Eagles win against Roff on an incredible opening day rally, winning 5-4 in the bottom of the seventh!
The Eagles win their fall baseball home opener against Asher, 7-1!
NO-NO: Kacie Bell opens the fast pitch season with a no-hitter in a 12-0 Lady Eagle win over Keota!
Junior high Lady Eagles win their season opener 4-1 behind a two-hit gem by pitcher Cady Ammons!
Alumni baseball is still on as of now...game time pushed back to noon.
Reminder: enrollment for juniors and seniors begins at 9 am tomorrow, July 23.
In observance of the Dead Period as prescribed by the OSSAA, students may not use athletic facilities on campus for any reason from Saturday, June 29, through Sunday, July 7. Please make all efforts to comply with this rule.
Congratulations to Kayleigh Hunter and Shandee Noah, the latest Lady Eagles to be named All-State!
STATE TRACK MEET: Brooke Baldwin places 11th in the 100m hurdles and 7th in the 300m hurdles...congratulations Brooke!
STATE TOURNAMENT ALERT: Eagles play today at 2:30; state final at 5:00. Brooke Baldwin running in the 100m and 300m hurdles state finals also!
STATE TOURNAMENT ALERT: Today’s game has been postponed until tomorrow at 1:30. Finals will be tomorrow at 6:00...all games will be in Shawnee.
Eagle advance to the state semifinals with a 4-2 win over Leedey! Friday game time is 1:30 pm.
STATE TOURNAMENT ALERT: State softball tournament at Shawnee has been postponed until Thursday.
The Eagles are headed to state as regional champions! #outworkeverybody #takestate
Lady Eagles knock off #2 Varnum and earn a spot in the State Tournament! #outworkeverybody #takestate
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT UPDATE: Baseball games at Red Oak today have been moved to tomorrow (Friday), with the first game starting at 1 pm. Games will follow at 3 pm, 5 pm, and 7 pm. Saturday game times will be noon and 2 pm.
CALENDAR UPDATE: Tomorrow, April 23, is Play Day. No school Thursday, April 25. Last day of school is Monday, April 29.
PROM REMINDER: Pictures begin at 4:30 pm and end at 6 pm. Please enter through the rock stairs on the south side of the Old Gym (facing softball field).
Reminder: Cap and gown pictures are today, beginning with seniors at 8:30 am.
Third grade Easter egg hunt will be tomorrow at 2:30 on the peewee field (weather permitting). Students wanting to participate should bring a basket. (In the event of inclement weather, hunt will be moved indoors.)
Shandee Noah hits a walk-off single for a Lady Eagle win over Webbers Falls, 22-14!
An 8-run fourth has the Lady Eagles on top, 17-14...start of the fifth!
At the end of 3, Lady Eagles trail Webbers Falls 10-9.
Lady Eagles vs. Webbers Falls now...district semifinals!
Final: Red Oak 16, Braggs 0.
Lady Eagles add 10 in the second...10-0, end 2.
Lady Eagles hit three homers and score six in the first inning against Braggs. 6-0, end 1.
Pre-enrollment for Pre-K/K classes for next year will be 4/24 & 4/29 from 7:45-3:15. Please bring birth certificate, immunization record, social security card and CDIB card (if applicable). Pre-K limited to the first 25 students (waiting list will be created beyond that number).
SENIORS AND SENIOR PARENTS: Due to time constraints, seniors are limited for five pictures each for the graduation slide show. Please select your pictures by Thursday, April 18, or sponsors will select pictures for you.
Softball district tournament begins tomorrow at 10 am...be there to cheer on the Lady Eagles in their quest for a fourth straight state championship!
Today is the last day to sign up for summer school! Applications can be obtained at the school office...summer school is for kindergarten through third grade only.
Elementary baseball boys will be going on a field trip to a Tulsa Drillers game tomorrow, April 10. Bus will leave at 8 am and return around 6 pm...tickets and meals have already be paid for. Please contact Coach Booth with any questions.
The junior high softball game today has been canceled.
Junior baseball game today has been canceled.
NOTE TO PARENTS: Reports cards were sent home today.
Opening Day is just two days away! High school softball and baseball opens at home on Friday, while JH baseball plays at McAlester tomorrow and JH softball plays at Heavener.
Group and athletic pictures will be Thursday, March 7.
School pictures today have been postponed due to photographer illness. They will be rescheduled after basketball playoffs.
Group athletic pictures (baseball, softball, basketball) will be tomorrow, February 20, for grades 3-8.
There will be no school this Thursday, February 21.
Red Oak will have school tomorrow, Monday, February 18.
No fan bus tonight...but we’ll still have a good crowd! Girls play at 6:30, boys at 8:00, both at Panama!
FAN BUS UPDATE: Only three students have signed up...if we do not have a minimum of 20 signed up, we will not be taking the bus.
FAN BUS TOMORROW NIGHT! Limited to first 40 students fifth grade and up...students must provide their own money. Leaving school at 4:45 pm and returning at 10 pm. Mrs. Fazekas and Mrs. Nix will ride as chaperones.
Eagles win! Boys play Saturday night at 8:00 at Panama!
Lady Eagles advance, 79-57...play Saturday night at 6:30 at Panama!
Regional tournament afternoon session games begin at 1:30 pm, evening session games (Red Oak games) begin at 6:30 pm...you must pay a separate entry fee for each session.
Elementary Valentine parties will be tomorrow at 9:45 am. Buses will load at 11:45 am.
Breakfast and lunch menus are now available online...simply click on “Dining” to see the entire month!
Eagles win! Both teams play at home next Thursday, February 14...girls at 6:30 pm, boys at 8:00 pm.
CORRECTION: Eagles lead at the half, 23-22.
Eagles and Boswell are tied at the half, 22-22.
Lady Eagles win the District Championship over Boswell, 95-21. Lady Eagles play at home next Thursday, February 14, at 6:30 pm.
Lady Eagles lead Boswell at the half, 55-13.
T-minus one hour to District Championship Saturday...get to The Gill tonight and cheer on the Lady Eagles and the Eagles!
Eagles win, 64-42! Lady Eagles play tomorrow night at 6:30, Eagles at 8:00!
A two-point deficit is now a 19-point lead...55-36 Eagles.
Eagles trail by two after an exciting first half...29-27, Butner leads. Chance Noah is late by a tenth of a second with a three-pointer at the buzzer.
This weekend's district tournament games will feature a fundraiser to benefit the Caetlin Chatley family. Traditions Home Care has donated $100 gift cards that Red Oak students will sell $1 chances for, and 100 percent of the money raised will go the Chatlet family.
School will be dismissed at noon next Thursday, February 14.
Senior Night is Tuesday evening beginning at 5:45 pm in Gillespie Field House...it's also the final home game before the playoffs!
The new Red Oak Public Schools website is live! Check out our new online experience and download our app, available for Apple and Android devices!