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Ardmore Tigers will host the first round of playoffs Friday night at Noble Stadium with a 7:30 kickoff. Our veterans and one guest will be admitted free of charge, simply by showing their driver’s license, which has a seal indicating the person is a veteran. If the individual has not renewed their license in the last couple of years, a veteran ID card or any proof of identification is acceptable. Thank you to the OSSAA Board for making this available for our veterans!
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The ‘ACT’

AHS Senior Jessica Cajina has been named as a National Speech and Debate Association All-American! Jessica has been a member of The ‘ACT’ competitive drama and debate team for four years.“Earning Academic All-American status is a huge accomplishment. Jessica is my first student at Ardmore to be named an Academic All-American.” said coach, Brian Gunter.
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AHS Art Department

A big Ardmore Tiger shout out to the Ardmore Art Guild for their $940 donation to the AHS Art Department. I think Rikki Clymore will find a good use for these funds. Thank you for your generosity and support of our students.
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Board Highlights

The Board of Education met in special session on October 26th in the cafeteria of Ardmore High School at 6 p.m. The Board met to review and decide on the amended charter school application submitted by the Ardmore Community Academy (ACA).
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Cross Country 5A-6A State Meet

Meet Destini Sampson, she is a 4 time state qualifier and will be running in the 5A-6A State XC meet at Edmond Santa Fe High School on Saturday, November 28th at 12:00 P.M. Good Luck, Destini!!

The address of the meet is 1901 W. 15th Street, Edmond OK
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Attention AHS Senior Parents

Please "Save the Date" and join us for a meeting regarding Project Graduation 2018 on Thursday, November 2 at 6:00PM. The meeting will be held at Cafe Alley. If you are unable to attend and want to help please contact Kristin Littlefield at 580-276-6308. We need all parents to help make Project Graduation 2018 a huge success for all our seniors.
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Book Tasting

AHS Teacher, Brooke McVeigh, had a Book Tasting last week in her Pre-AP Freshman English Class. The books she had for the students were, Bleachers, The Grapes of Wrath, The Life of Pi, I am the Cheese, and The Kite Runner. Miss McVeigh said she chose diverse books, based on what she knows about her student's interest. Here is what took place, "The students were given 10 minutes with each book. At every table they had a "menu" which gave a brief summary of their book. The students were given a "menu checklist" where they had to write notes about the book, and whether or not they were interested in it. Very much similar to a dinner taste testing. At the end of class the students were given a ballot and they voted on the book they wanted to read after fall break. Bleachers by John Grisham was the winner." - McVeigh
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Meet senior Pom Member, Baleigh Harless

Baleigh’s plans after high school are to attend the University of Oklahoma and major in Pre-Med. Harless has been in pom since the 7th grade. She mentioned, pom coach, Crystal Whitfield as the one who inspires her to stay in pom. Baleigh is also a member of the AHS Soccer team, National Honor Society, Leaflets officer, STUCO officer, and a Science club member. Baleigh would like to thank her coaches, mom, and best friend Sydney for always pushing her to her limit to strengthen her abilities.
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Meet senior Football player, Keauveon Wilson

After high school, Wilson would like to attend college for football and pursue a business degree. Keauveon has played for the Ardmore Tigers since middle school. His biggest inspiration for playing football is Barry Sanders. When asked, “Do you have anyone you would like to thank?” Wilson said, “I would like to thank the lord above, and my friends and family for pushing me and helping me achieve getting his far.”
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