April Softball & Baseball Games
By: Kallee Reyes
April will be the last month for Olustee-Eldorado Lady Diamondback softball
and Diamondback baseball. On April 4th-6th the high school boys will play
in the Granite tournament.
On Monday, April 8th the high school girls will play in Erick at 4:30
and the junior high boys will play against Frederick in Olustee at 5:00.
On Tuesday, April 9th the Lady Diamondbacks will play against Tipton,
in Olustee at 4:30.
On Thursday April 11th the Lady Diamondbacks will play in Granite at 4:30
and the HS Boys Diamondbacks will play in the Blair tournament throughout
the 13th. On Monday, April 15th the Lady Diamondbacks will play against
Snyder, in Olustee at 4:30 and the high school Diamondbacks will play
in Frederick at 5:00.
On the 18th-20th the Lady Diamondbacks will be playing in the District
Tournament, we are not sure who or where they will be playing yet but
it will be announced once we find out.
Sarah Heyden’s Ambassadors Interview
By Chantilly Garcia
On April 2, 2019 Sarah Heyden attended an interview to apply for an Ambassador
position at Western Oklahoma State College. Sarah turned in an application
along with two letters of recommendation and a copy of her transcript
then was called back for an interview.
For her interview she had to make a slide show about her life and present
it Meghan Martin along with others from Western Oklahoma State College.
The Ambassadors play a big role in college life as they recruit other
students to join Western and also give tours of the college. They encourage
students to be involved on campus and they attend lots of on-campus activities.
The process of joining the Ambassador program is a long process. They
first look over your application. Then if you are called back for an interview
you’re still not guaranteed to be an Ambassador. If you receive a call
back from the interview you then have to go through “Boot Camp” which
is a series of team building events to see if you are a good leader. Then
the Ambassadors will be chosen based off of that. We wish Sarah all the
luck throughout this process.
By Sarah Heyden
Olustee-Eldorado traveled to Weatherford to attend a SWIM meet. A SWIM
stands for Southwest Interscholastic Meet. This is where students from
all over the state of Oklahoma participate and take tests over different
subjects to see who can score the highest.
Nineteen students from Olustee-Eldorado took traveled to SWOSU to participate
in SWIM and take tests. Some students even participated in multiple tests.
Some of the subjects tested over included English Lit, Geography, Algebra
I and II, Biology, AG, and English (Grammar), Spanish, Financial Literacy,
Students left Olustee-Eldorado Public School at 9 a.m. and got back home
at 6 p.m. All of the students who tested put their best effort into the
test and represented our school well. Everyone is proud of the Olustee-Eldorado
Following is a list of the students who went to S.W.I.M. and the results
Kariann Morse, Biology II, 12th of 19
Frankie Garcia, Personal Financial Literacy, 11th of 30
Sarah Heyden, English Lit, 9th of 32
Laney Gobeille, English Usage, 9th of 45
Rhey’lyn Sanders, English Usage, 17th of 45
Laney Gobeille, Spanish I, 9th of 24
Kariann Morse, Spanish II, 10th of 17
Hilda Bautista, Native Spanish I, 1st of 13
Harley Hernandez, Algebra I, 17th of 56
Breanna Russell, Algebra I, 22nd of 56
Brooklyn Bernal, Algebra II, 13th of 44
Tristan Corker, Algebra II, 19th of 44
Kariann Morse, Geometry, 16th of 40
Serena Walker, Geometry, 18th of 40
Lucy Ovalle, Chemistry, 9th of 32
Cassidy Villalovas, Chemistry, 11th of 43
Alexis Carman, General Science, 14th of 41
Breanna Russell, Oklahoma History, 5th of 24
Lucy Ovalle, American History, 14th of 29
Serena Walker, World History, 10th of 22
Rhey’lyn Sanders, Civics, 6th of 13
Joseph Stafford, Geography, 10th of 17
Connor Adams, General Technology Ed. I,10th of 18
Hunter Welch, General Technology Ed. I, 11th of 18
Anthony Moore, General Technology Ed. II, 5th of 14
Congratulations Students on a job well done!