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ROGGOW shows elementary screamers. Art Class its elementary By Pran Hrencher Middle School paid&apos; The makeup d these creatures to Perkins-Elementery re- consisted of papel mache, newspa: to demonstrate their latest art, per, coat hangers, extras for eyes, "Screamers". scales, wigs, etc., and the students art-two class had been on the creatures since Aug. [ finished up in October, when decided to take them to the elementery students seemed impressed by the Scream- however, Sheila Roggow (art- studem), believed that some of kids were "kind of scared". kids were eager to discuss Screamers. Jonathon Schroeder, imagination. Art instructor Gayle Harris com- mented on the project: "My seventh- graders had to go to another room for a month," (due to the short- age of space) "but the best part was I've had no scipline problemsI" She said that the students came to class each day eager to work on their Screamers. The students all had their favorite part to making the Screamers. "I thought that they were liked putting on the sheet the best- cool"; and Katie Bale, first it went real fast. And, I liked informed us that her favorite painting." was the statement made was the "baby farmer with the by Garrett Piotrowski. Haggard Counselors Corner chUdr00 00now the 00ort o,''-tccess, Remember to teach to walk? Remember tic key to success. Remember how your child was when she in he eye when she first a bike?. That serf-esteem came knowing she had mastered hard. same feeling can also help to do better in school. We students will do better in ff they feel confident about of the best ways to install "can - do" attitude in your is to stress the importance effort. Tell your child over and "If you keep at it I'm sure will succeed." Then when he accessful, be sure to say, =See vrk does pay off." usually understand the im- of hard work ion the ath- field, but they don't always the connection to their school Many believe only smart chil- will do well in school. "I'm smart, they think so I might as take it easy." the other hand students is tre told hard work is the key to They are willing to put in work to understand something If they don't get it right they keep at it. The result is Asian children often out score children on tests in math and regardless of intelligence. your child master a new skill the same way you taught tO walk. Stand close by and efforts, but don't be to let her fall down a time two. Pretty soon she'll have a subject under control. That help her to develop real and self-esteem. starts By Spencer Clark Janice Haggard joined the Perkins- Tryon High School faculty for the 1993-94 school year. Haggard grad- uated from high school at Okmul- gee. She obtained her bachelor's de- gree at Northeastern State Univer- sity in Tahlequah. She earned her masters degree at Northeaster College in Monroe, La. When asked, =Why did you choose to teach at Perkins?" she replied, "Perkins-Tryon is a good school." Haggard also said, "I By Jared Colton eighth-grade Lady Demons their first scrimmage, against here on Tuesday, Nov. 2. Lady Demons played Bris- ninth-grade girls which was team. Head coach Ross said that one cf their girls six foot one. asked how they played, replied,"They looked real however, they were a little too he said that he has seen improvement since practice The Perkins Journal, Thursday, November 11, 1993 -Page 5 Midnight Regiment band wins contest By Fran Hrencher The parade was the next part ot :: On Saturday, Oct. 30, the Mid- the competition which occured later night Regiment traveled to Arkansas that aftemoon. The band again used City, Kansas for the Arkalala Bandi "Black Saddle" for the parade. The / festival and comests. band as well as the color guard was S The band departed from the ban- judged in the parade and the band droom parking lot at approximately received a 1- plus and the eighth- 8 that morning and arrived in grade color guard received a one. i ERIK NOVOTNY Arkansas City withjust enough time The band returned Saturday eveni] to tune and then " take the field . very excited and very exhausted] The field competition portion but still looking ahead to next year of the contest was at 10:40 a.m. Not only at this contest, but at for the band. They began their every football game and at every show with "Black Saddle" whose event which the band has taken intricate marching drill brought part in, the band boosters have By Angle Welch and eruption of crowd response, been present and have helped in Perkins-Tryon High School Stu- The show also included the piece every way and are always ready with dents of the Month are Erik Novotny "Pueblo-Laud of Ancient Peoples" support, encouragement and praise, and Autumn Harris. which featured Angela Emerson and "The Midnight Regiment of 193- Novomy is the son of Kenneth Joanna Hubbard with a piccolo 94 would like to offer its thanks and Kris Novotny. He is involved duet and ended with the movement and its own praise to the boosters," in Future Homemakers of America, "Mother Earth, Father Sky". commemed Lanetta Mills, drum International Club, History Club, The band received a 1-plus rating in the field competition, which was the highest rank that could be received and was only reached by on other band. AUTUMN HARRIS Students of the Month chosen for November major. CARRIE NEAL JEIqLEMY BA,E al00s knew I ging to be a MS O I teacher." emovs ose Haggard teaches English I, II and sppech/drama, The Perkins - Tryon eighth-grade The eighth-grade Demons fin- Haggard ha also taught at football team finished their season Oklahoma Stat0 University. on a losing note. They lost 38-30 to ilaed 3-6 on the season. Grotheer ated, "I'm very proud of them." When asked, "which one do you Crt on their home field Oct.. like teaching better, high school 25. I ihought we played very weJll [ f or college?" she said, "I have no for four quarters. I was proud of th | | disadvantages.favorite' both have advantages and way we stayed in the game," stati I / "I have always liked Perkins and coach Steve Grotheer. Grotheer alo: I would like the stay here however said, "I thought we got better as i baseball and the academic team. His hobbies include playing baseball, tennis and being with friends. Novotny's future plans are to attend a university. When asked how he felt about be chosen student of the month, he said, "I am surprised, but estatic, and I am honored to be student of the month." Harris is the daughter of Keith and Oayle Harris. She is active in basketball, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, History Club, Demon Dispatch and UHBC youth group. Her hobbies consist of playing basketball and being with friends. Harris' future plans are to attend Oklahoma State University. When asked how she felt about being chosen for student of the month, she said, "I am glad I was chosen. " Juniors ' raise funds By Amber Brmnbeloe Juniors have been meeting this NHS chose members week to decide on the fundraisers for this "':':'" "<: " By Brent Nlles Junior class sponsors, Jerri Taul- The new National Honor Society .m2a n and Diane.ward, are worried (NHS) members were almoune;lld of Nov. I. They are seniors Shan- the class me. Fewer and fewer non Hall, James Hays, Brian Mur-: people show up to work concession ray, Justin Poe and Heather Rog- stands. gow, juniors Kristi McCallangh and Members of the junior class who Molly Harris, and sophmores Au-would like to participate should tumn Harris, Lanetta Mills, Shay contact junior sponsors. Smith, Andrea Matthes and Lori' 00om=. Taylor TO be eligible for consideration students must be a sophomore or tll u00tht 'derandbolda3"3orhigher at P T O grade-poim-average. Those students then submitted an application and i _ a selection committee chose the I never I would gel new members based on their By AngleWeleh By Angle Welch something like this. It is a very scholarship, leadership, service and Roselee "Iylor is one of Perkins- In this weeks spirit spotlight are unique simtion. I'm very happy to character. Carrie Neal and Jeremy Bale. get it." The NHS is a service organi- ers.'lYYon'lylorHighisSChl'Sa graduatemUSicof teaCh-okla. Neal is the daughter of S.K. Bale isthe son of Mike and Benita zation that participates and orga- homa State University and says she and Betty Neal. She is involved Bale. I-b is active in football and nizes many school and comnlu.  enjoys teaching music. in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, basebal! nity activities incnlding me npeetaL Future Homemakers of America, His hobbies include hunting, Olympics, peer tutoring, Christmas She has been a teacher for six years. International Club,4-H, and First campilg,bowling, and hanging out Caroling and a canned food drive. Baptist Youth. at Jalqy's with friends. It just recently completed Red Rib- whoSheis Perkins-'IYyonis married toHighKentschool,s'lylor When asked how sh6 felt about Wlen asked how he felt about bon Week, a campaign against drug band teacher. "lylor has two being chosen for spirit spotlight, being chosen for spirit spotlight, he abuse, children who are active in music. she said" I'm very surprised, said" Thank you!I feel honored to 'Iylor was asked, how she would reive this award. "  ezzurage a shy, talented student to ,ClTGO perform. She replied, "Steer her out in small group and work her way up." lylor's most challenging expe- rience in teaching was when she taught a humanities class.   - . x.-- ,.,j;.- ;.:,..>. , , ....:. McANALLY'S 124 Main Perkins 547=5183 Than00 For Your Patronage 121 W. Thomas 547-5375 Stea.k Sandwich With Fries & Potatoe Sd'ad mmmmmii