Christmas came early this year to the Kiefer Pride of Trojanland Band when they were gifted $11,000 through SeneGence International’s “Make Sense Foundation.”
Affidavits say the former principal and minister had been abusing a family member since she was 9 years old.
The General awarding the honor said he had never given one out in his 32 years of service.
You might’ve heard about the train wreck a couple of weeks ago, but did you see the video of it happening? Warning, there’s some really strong language in this video.
Tolle and Hale came from 55th place on day one to being named 2018 World Champions.
More than 10 Kiefer High School and Junior High students have found their muse in poetry this semester, and it, too, is paying off. Senior Lucy Miller and freshman Kalyn Venable each placed second in their age division in the Oklahoma Bar Association’s annual statewide Law Day competition. They won $75 apiece for their entries. […]
The topic for the 2018 contest was “Should Immigration Law in the United States be reformed?”
Says she’s pursue a career as a real estate investor and agent.
Foundation grants are open to any Kiefer Public Schools teacher and are used to cover supplemental projects and/or supplies used to enhance educational opportunities for students.
Another weekend, another packed schedule full of good things to do. And this week, we’re including events from Kiefer and Mounds!