Kallie Harris and Sammi Green are going to be broadcasting the Mooreland Bearcats vs Beaver Dusters. #trojanprideneverdies
over 4 years ago, Jeff Thompson
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Listen to Austin Miller and Kallie Harris call the game on classiccom.tv today for the Sharon-Mutual Lady Trojans vs Fargo-Gage-Ft. Supply. The boy’s game will be at 5:05 versus the Sayre Eagles. #trojanpridenverdies
over 4 years ago, Jeff Thompson
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Way to go Trojans! Pictured are the 2019 C-1 Academic football team. These young men know the importance of academics along with athletics. L-R Front: Carson Farrell, Cade Clem, Kaden Spray, Blayze Clem; Middle: Gabe Sessoms, Alex Carter, Kobe Bellows; Back: Marcus Cook, Jordan Benites, Garett Stocking, Tabor Marlett, Lane Spencer, and Coach Ryan Nelson
over 4 years ago, Terri Hopper
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Be sure to listen to classiccom.tv as the Sharon-Mutual Lady Trojans take on the Waukomis Lady Chiefs at 12:25 in the Mooreland Holiday Classic. The broadcast team will be the “Cardiac Kid” Cade Clem and “Slammin” Sammy Green. #trojanprideneverdies
over 4 years ago, Jeff Thompson
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the Jimmie L Dean Scholarship Foundation is now taking applications for the 2020-2021 academic year through April 15, 2020 at our website www.jimmiedeanfoundation.org Every year since 2010, we have provided individual scholarships of up to $10,000 per year to outstanding Oklahoma students who attend Oklahoma colleges and Universities.  Since our first awards in the 2010-2011 School year we have provided actual funds of almost $1 million. Our mission is to provide financial assistance to Oklahoma students who will attend Oklahoma colleges and universities that we feel will remain in out great state after graduation and contribute to the Oklahoma economy for many years. This award does not consider income levels, hardship conditions, or a specific entrance test score (although we do require a minimum 25 ACT score for 4 year colleges and Universities and 17 for OSUIT students). We do take into consideration the test score when trying to project a student's success in their chosen major area of study.  We are simply looking for true Oklahomans who may find themselves in the position of not having sufficient funds to attend college but have income levels that preclude them from receiving enough financial assistance to cover their costs of attendance. Our awards are structured in a manner to fill in the gap between the scholarships and awards already earned by a student and the cost of tuition and academic fees plus room and board charges, with the goal to eliminate or reduce the need for student debt. The qualities we are looking for are students who are responsible citizens who have worked hard and have achieved good academic standing. We view a student's work history, their expected major, their academic achievement and recommendations from those they have been associated with as a body of work to eventually make our decision as to who will receive an award. Our application form provides an avenue for a short student essay to allow them to introduce themselves to our foundation.   We rely upon this to help select our finalists each year. We encourage you to communicate to prospective students they take this opportunity very seriously. You would be surprised as to how many essays simply state the students need for money or tell us about the other members of their family but really nothing about themselves.  In all candor we already know they need money or they would not be applying and telling us about family members is only relevant if it provides insight into the student. We want to know about the student, what jobs they have held, what would make them a good investment for us, and how do they exemplify the qualities of the Foundation. Our awards are primarily awarded to students who will be pursuing degrees that are science related rather than arts majors. Therefore, some of the majors we will not consider are music, performing arts, English, literature, Psychology, Sociology, Journalism, Business, Pre-law, Political Science, Music, Education or similar majors. In short, we are looking for students who are wanting to make or build things or serve in a health science field.
over 4 years ago, Terri Hopper
Join us for the Sharon-Mutual Junior High Tournament January 13, 16, and 18 in Mutual.
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A tremendous thank you to Bob Kleuser for donating the basketball banners for the new gym! They look great!
over 4 years ago, Terri Hopper
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Today Junior and Senior ag students had the opportunity to visit with Livestock Judging Coach Chris Hall and Stocker Cattle Specialist Earl Shero from Eastern Oklahoma State College! It was a great opportunity for students to see what kind of agricultural programs are out there!
over 4 years ago, Maggie Brown
Seniors and senior parents: Senior panel proofs are being sent home today. Please select the panel proof that you want on the senior panel. The deadline is December 18th. If a selected proof is not in Horton's office by December 18th, they will select one. You can select one on the form and mail it, drop it off with Mrs. Green, or select online at: https://hortonstudios.hhimagehost.com/V2/Home/LoginConsumer?EK=139796 The password is on the back of the form.
over 4 years ago, Brandi Green
This past weekend FFA members had the opportunity to attend MFE and ALD leadership conferences in Tulsa! 8th, 9th and 10th graders attended MFE (Made For Excellence) and 11th and 12th students attended the ALD (Advanced Leadership Development) conferences. Both events had multiple key note speakers who taught members about leadership and personal development.
over 4 years ago, Maggie Brown
This past weekend FFA members had the opportunity to attend MFE and ALD leadership conferences in Tulsa! 8th, 9th and 10th graders attended MFE (Made For Excellence) and 11th and 12th students attended the ALD (Advanced Leadership Development) conferences. Both events had multiple key note speakers who taught members about leadership and personal development.
over 4 years ago, Maggie Brown
Thank you to everyone who supported the Junior Class After Prom Reverse Raffle We only sold 125 tickets but we still paid out the full prize amounts. Due to the change in number of tickets sold, the winning draws were changed to 1, 33, 66, 99 and the grand prize ticket to be 125 to evenly space them out. The winners are below. We also have a video of the drawing we will be posting soon. #1 draw Lonnie Parsons $750 #33 draw Joel and Carol Stocking $750 #66 draw Randi Sweet $750 #99 draw Joel and Carol Stocking $750 And the Grand prize draw #125 was Kelli Adams $2000 Joel and Carol have graciously donated one of their prizes back to the Junior Class. Thank you again for all of your support.
over 4 years ago, Terri Hopper
Congratulations to these outstanding Trojan football players! L-R Front row: Gabe Sessoms All-District Secondary, 8-Man All-Star; Koner Weir All-District Offensive Lineman; Alex Carter C1 Offensive MVP, 8-Man All-Star; Back row: Austin Miller Underclassmen All-District Offensive Lineman; Braydon Thompson All-District Honorable Mention; Jake Green Underclassmen All-District Linebacker; Jordan Benites All-District Honorable Mention; Conner Thompson All-Distrixt Honorable Mention; Coach Ryan Nelson
over 4 years ago, Terri Hopper
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OMRF Accepting 2020 Fleming Scholarship Applications OMRF is accepting applications for its 2020 Sir Alexander Fleming Scholar Program. The application deadline is Feb. 1. The eight-week summer program allows the state’s top science students to enhance their research skills by gaining hands-on experience in a lab setting alongside some of the top researchers in their fields. High school seniors, as well as college freshmen, sophomores and juniors, are eligible to apply. Students must be Oklahoma residents at the time of high school graduation to be eligible. The application process includes submission of a long-form essay, letters of recommendation and academic transcripts. Students must be 16 or older to qualify. Once selected, Fleming Scholars are paid and may be eligible for housing. “This program has provided a springboard for many careers in science and medicine, and there’s really nothing else like it in the state at this stage in a student’s journey,” said Fleming program coordinator Heather Hebert. “This is an opportunity to get experience that cannot be emulated in a classroom setting.” The program is named for Nobel Prize-winning scientist Sir Alexander Fleming, who discovered penicillin and also dedicated OMRF’s first building in 1949. Since the inception of the program in 1956, more than 600 Oklahoma students have had the opportunity to work in state-of-the-art labs at OMRF. Two current OMRF vice presidents, Rodger McEver, M.D., and Judith James, M.D., Ph.D., started their research careers as Fleming Scholars. For application information, visit omrf.org/fleming.
over 4 years ago, Terri Hopper
Elementary practicing for the awesome Christmas Program. Christmas Program is tomorrow night at 7 pm at the Elementary Gym.
over 4 years ago, Terry Mulbery
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Students who work concession this evening need to ride the shuttle bus from Sharon to mutual after school if possible. Thanks.
over 4 years ago, Aaron Marlatt
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the SM HS basketball game against Freedom will not take place tonight. We will search for a date to reschedule.
over 4 years ago, Aaron Marlatt
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over 4 years ago, Terry Mulbery
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