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Congratulations to the 7th grade girls on their 2nd place finish in the Western Oaks Tournament. Check out their HUGE trophy in the trophy case! They beat Christ the King in a close game 23-20 and dominated Western Oaks winning 42-6.

Congratulations to the 8th grade girls' basketball team on their 2-0 record in the Mayfield tournament. They beat Capps 41-17 and John Marshall 40-19.

Great job Lady Bronchos!

Last Friday in FLEX we took a light-hearted look at some of the most vexing experiences our middle school students have to face during these trying three years of their lives.

Middle School students and chaperones enjoyed an exemption field trip to the OKC Dodgers stadium for a private snow tubing event prior to the winter break.

I'm sure that the struggle in your house this morning was similar to mine in that no one was exactly anxious to get back to school.

Congratulations to our very own Mr. Aaron Toler, last week’s Teacher of the Game.
Mr. Toler teachers 8th grade US History and Modern History.

Congratulations to our November students of the month; Miles Lamb, Maverick Simmons, Valentin Ramos, Sydney Haines, Mackenzie Creamer, and Gracie Keoppel. Great job, Bronchos!

Sixth grade beginning band students got the privilege of “pie’ing” Mr. Sharp, Band Director, in the face as reward for selling the most pies in the band fundraiser.

Last week in FLEX we talked about the importance of being thankful and showing gratitude.

Spirit Week kicked off today with a Principal Keoppel vs. Coach McCullah theme. Shown here are all the “principals” for the day!
The rest of the week’s schedule is shown below.

It's rare that students come to me and request that I do a specific FLEX lesson, but that exact scenario played out just two weeks ago when some students told me that they were struggling with managing their anger.

The need to begin career exploration with children in early elementary has become crucial as college has become ever more expensive and more competitive and as vocational and technical careers have suffered a shortage of professionals in recent years.

Seventh grade science students learn about chemical reactions during class, when Mr. Lechtenberg demonstrates what happens when you drop Mentos into a bottle of Coke.

Teaching young people responsibility is an important task. Children aren’t born with the ability and must learn to be accountable and act independently in ways that show respect and compassion.

“Drug Free Looks Like Me”
Twin day during Red Ribbon brought an influx of “Jake from State Farm” students, and even a teacher, who also served as the mascot for the Red Team during Broncho Games.

Last week in our FLEX lesson, I continued our Red Ribbon Week discussion by talking about the importance of discovering your "Natural High."

Broncho Games week is off to a great start as the sixth grade took part today in team-building activities, such as Chariot Races, shown here. Blue team was coached by Mr. Paul Baker.

Respect is defined as a deep feeling of admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities or achievements.

Congratulations to our own Mr. Aaron Toler, named the OKC Thunder Teacher of the Game for next week! Mr. Toler teachers 8th grade History and US History.

Last week's FLEX lesson for our MS students discussed what gossiping is and how harmful it can be to someone's feelings and reputation.

Students in sixth grade choir, and show choir, took part in performing at the Hall of Honor induction ceremony during the last home football game. Congratulations to Hall of Honor inductees Jim McCullough, Lendell Hammon, and David Stiles. //photo by yearbook staff member Ella Abernathy

Congratulations, September students of the Month!

Members of 7th and 8th grade Intermediate Band took part in Friday’s Homecoming Festivities by marching in the Homecoming Parade, performing at half-time of the football game, and taking part in the spirit band during the game, all with the high school marching band. Band is directed by Mr. Steven Sharp and Ms. Jessica Wilcox.

The Bethany Difference

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    3rd

  • Students Served

    1702

  • National Blue Ribbon Awards

    2

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    $2,047,951

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