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IHS Boys' Baseball Team Wins 3rd Place at Gore Tournament on April 7th

JH Girls' Track Team Wins Henryetta Track Meet on April 4th
Our junior high girls' track team traveled to Henryetta on Tuesday, April 4th, and did so well in all of the individual events they earned enough points to win the school medal for the girls' side of the entire track meet. This is an amazing accomplishment for our little school to best the larger 3A and 2A schools competing in the same track meet. Congratulations to Coach Leslie Mize and our junior high girls on the track team!

JH at Henryetta

IHS Academic Team Receives Post-Season Honors

Congratulations to Mrs. Jana Weeks and her IHS Academic Team! Two of her members received a very prestigious honor after their successful season concluded.  When the 2017 OACA Academic Bowl All-State list was announced, Kale Parker, IHS Senior, was selected as one of the 32 statewide members chosen from all of the OACA schools from Class A through Class 6A. Also, when the 2017 OACA Academic Bowl All-State Honorable Mention list was announced, Ethan Prince, IHS Senior, was selected as one of the 32 statewide members chosen from all of the OACA schools from Class A through Class 6A. This is quite an incredible feat for them to achieve because our two young men did not have the advantage of participating at state to earn additional points to be calculated in attaining these honors. On April 22, 2017, at the OACA All State Banquet hosted at Redlands Community College, Kale and Ethan will receive their awards.
Academic All State Banquet

IES Spelling Champs Compete at Eastern Oklahoma State Spelling Bee on March 24th

On March 24th, Kinsey Marlow & Devon Marshall represented Indianola Elementary School at the Eastern Oklahoma State Spelling Bee in Muskogee. Though they were eliminated in the 2nd round. Only 13 students remained in the competition going in to the 3rd round after Devon and Kinsey just barely missed their words to spell. We are still very proud of our students, and Kinsey won a door prize.
Spelling bee

DISTRICT CHAMPIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Our Warriors did it! After too long a hiatus from playoff championships, our Indianola Warriors defeated the Sasakwa Vikings 67-64 in a playoff thriller at Sasakwa on Saturday, February 11th. Congratulations to Coach Blankenship and the boys for a job well done. Your school and community are proud of you. Our boys ended their season with a tough loss in Regional Playoffs at Henryetta High School on Friday, February 17th, giving them a final season record of 15-10.
District Champions