And the Winner Is… The Olney Junior High Boys competed in the first track meet of the year on Monday night, and boy-o-boy, did they ever compete. The kids got many first-place wins, but backed that up with many second, third, and fourth place wins as well. Here are some of the highlights: 8th Grade Division: Shot Put : Gatlin Guy won with a toss of . . .
On Saturday, February 22nd, the OJH TMSCA team competed in City View’s State Qualifier Meet. The teams that competed in this meet were divisions 1A-5A. These teams included students from Kirby Middle School, Lindsay Junior High, McNeil Junior High, City View Junior High, Muenster Junior High, Seymour Middle School, Life School Oak Cliff Middle School, Travis Middle School (Quanah), Barwise Middle School, and Northside . . .
On Saturday, February 15th, Olney Junior High hosted a TMSCA invitational meet. In the middle school division, Seymour, Quanah, Sweetwater, Cross Timbers, and Kirby all attended to compete. We are proud to announce that OLNEY JUNIOR HIGH won the meet!!!! Team Rankings are as follows : 1st place Number Sense Team : A. Bitner (7th), P. Valdez (8th), A. Alvarado (8th), K. Bailey (6th) 1st place . . .
The 8th Grade Boy’s Basketball Team from Olney rolled to another victory last night in their final game of the season. They beat the Quanah Indians by a score of 39-17. With the win, the Cubs end their season with a 9-3 record. This matches the same record that the boys recorded during their 7th-grade season. Leading the way for the Cubs in the scoring column was guard Braulio . . .
Public Notice Olney ISD is now accepting referrals for students who may need Gifted/Talented Services for the school year. This program is designed for students who exhibit intellectual and creative thinking abilities at an extraordinary level not normally served in the regular classroom. Services are provided only upon identification of education needs of the student. Anyone wishing to refer a student attending Olney ISD in . . .
During the recent severe weather outbreak the staff of Olney ISD did an excellent job in following standard response protocol. Students were tended well. As it is an ongoing endeavor to evaluate and update safety and disaster plans, we conduct follow up to review protocols. It was noted that communication, while functional during the storms, could be improved. In light of this we have increased and enhanced communication within the . . .