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Best of the Southwest High School Basketball Tournament
By Breanna Russell
The Best of the Southwest Tournament starts Thursday December 5th in Granite.
The Olustee-Eldorado High School boys will play tomorrow at Granite @ 3:00 p.m. They will play the Hollis Tigers.
Then the high school girls will play at 4:20 at Granite against Navajo.
Please come out and support the Olustee-Eldorado High School Athletics tomorrow afternoon.

Olustee-Eldorado Thanksgiving Break
By Harley Hernandez
Everyone has gone on break for Thanksgiving. My Thanksgiving break was alright. We had family over and went to go see more family at my grandma’s.
I saw people on social media that they were having a good time. We had a game on Tuesday, and since we haven’t practiced all week we lost.
Coming back after the week off everything was not fresh on our minds so our teachers came and gave us work. In most of the classes we didn’t even do anything.

Olustee-Eldorado Elementary Little Rattlers Cookie Dough Sale
By; Katie Burdine
The Olustee-Eldorado Little Rattlers sold cookie dough in October to help get playground equipment for the elementary.
The cookie dough finally came in and is being delivered by the Little Rattlers.
If you do not get your items or get the wrong items we are sorry for the inconvenience. Just call the school and ask for Mrs. Wall and she can try and help solve the problem.


The Class of the Week for the Week of December 5 - 11, 2019, is the Kindergarten Class.

Class members include: front: Bryar Cayce, Saul Garcia, Jase Thompson, Isaiah Dean, Emma Henley, and Chance Thompson. Middle: Ima Story-Trautman, Rocca Daniel, Mariah Medina, Tyler Thompson, and Joshua Moncada. Back: Ms. Nunley, and Tony Wiley
Faculty and Staff of the Week is Ms. Jeri Nunley and Mr. Tony Wiley
Congratulations! This is your week to be honored. You are a very important part of our community and we are proud of you. We are lifting you up with encouragement all year, but especially this week..
Have a Great Week!!!
– Moms in Prayer


The Class of the Week for the Week of December 4-11, 2019, is the Pre-K Class.

Class members include: front: Jalynn Jimenez, Kinsley Gutierrez, Evellynn Mitchell, Maliyah Garcia, Julieaunna Cossey, Breanna Spaulding, and Kelly Chabot. Back: Ms. Cobb, Loretta Hartwell, Angel Garcia, Travis Kirby, Christopher Dennis, James Whitewing, Dallas Henley, Bryce Cayce, Shon Mitchell, Abigail Spaulding and Mrs. Wylie.
Faculty and Staff of the Week are
Ms. Jessie Cobb, Mrs. Diana Wylie, and Mr. Jim Light
Congratulations! This is your week to be honored. You are a very important part of our community and we are proud of you. We are lifting you up with encouragement all year, but especially this week.
Have a Great Week!!!
– Moms in Prayer

Olustee-Eldorado Last Minute Festivities
By Breanna Russell

Monday-The Olustee-Eldorado Junior High and High School Diamondbacks will play in Sentinel. The games will be at 4:30,5:30,6:30 and 8. Please come out and show your Diamondbacks support.
Tuesday-The Olustee-Eldorado Junior High and High School will play Grandfield in Olustee at 4:30,5:30,6:30 and 8. Please come out and support our Diamondbacks.
Wednesday-1st- 4th grade will go to Plantation Village for a Christmas program. Then the GT kids have a coding field trip from 10-2.
Thursday-Elementary Christmas Program is at 7 p.m. Please come support the little kids and all the hard work they have put into their play.
Friday-School will be released early. All students will be released at 1:00 p.m. Everyone have safe and happy holidays.
School resumes January 6, 2020.

Olustee-Eldorado Christmas shop
By Harley Hernandez

The Christmas shop is open from the time the bell rings to come in and it closes at 3 p.m. The stuff that is in there is for all the students and teachers if needed.
It was provided by some of the students and teachers, and community whom like to provide things for other people. Some of the items included in the Christmas store are clothes, shoes, jewelry, handbags, toys and a lot of other items.
Students are seen going in there getting things for their family members. But, the rules are a student can only get 3 items a day. Three items can matter in someone’s life whether you know it or not. The amount of joy that comes off their faces is so amazing.
I would like to say a big thank you to Mrs. Hayes, who put her hard work into making it happen. Also, the students, that are in there helping every chance that they get.
Finally a big Thank You to the community of Olustee and Eldorado for donating things that you no longer use but someone else may find a good use for.

Spirit week from 12/09/19 thru 12/13/19 for the Olustee-Eldorado students
By: Katie Burdine

On Monday, December 09, 2019, we started off our spirit week with Bad Hair Day. A few people came with crazy hair. From red polka dots, soda cans, pencils, and, much more.
On Tuesday, December 10, 2019, we had Teacher Day. The students tried to dress like the teachers and even some of the teachers dressed as their students.
On Wednesday, December 11, 2019, was Opposite Day. The girls dressed like guys and guys dressed like girls. Even Mrs. Everhart and Mrs. Fixico participated and were the sun and the moon.
On Thursday, December 12, 2019, it was Hippie day. We had several dress like those groovy hippies from the past.
On Friday, December 13, 2019, it was Blue and Black Day. We got dressed in our team colors. We even had a pep rally to show the spirit that we have for our Diamondbacks,

Olustee-Eldorado Elementary Christmas Program
By Harley Hernandez

The elementary Christmas program is what we have every year. First through fourth graders are going to be in it. They are going to sing a lot of songs and do a play.
I think the program is a neat little program that gets the high school students out of class to watch the matinee performance. It also gives the elementary practice for the real performance opening night at 7.
The elementary need to be here at 6:45 and need to be dress as elf’s for this amazing play. If you want to be a part of this wonderful event, please come through the auditorium doors and not the side doors, Thank You.
We hope to see you all there. HAVE A BLESSED AND SAFE CHRISTMAS BREAK!!!

Activities for 12/16/19-12/20/19 for Olustee-Eldorado students

By: Katie Burdine

The Olustee-Eldorado students tried so hard this semester. The basketball players have played very hard so far this season. The elementary have practiced for plays and much more. Even GT students are enhancing their knowledge thanks to Mrs. Hayes. This week’s events will be the last events for the first semester.
On Monday, December 16th junior high and high school students played at Sentinel. All games were lost but the players did a great job.
On Tuesday, December 17th the junior high and high school played Grandfield at our home Diamondback Den. Sadly the junior high and high school girls lost; while both junior high and high school boys won.
On Wednesday, December 18th, the 1st through 6th graders will be going to the nursing home to sing songs to the residents. Students can wear nice clothes, Christmas clothes or school clothes. The 1st through 6th grade will be back in time for the bus.
Also on Wednesday the Gifted and Talented went to the Altus High School and learned basic coding on Code.org and much more fun activities from Mrs. Clinton. After Mrs. Clinton’s interesting activities the GT (gifted and talented) went to a robotics class and got to see radio controlled cars and even drive them.
On Thursday, December 19th was the elementary Christmas play. Also the GT students went to ring the bell at Walmart from 10-12.
On Friday, December 20th the elementary students are going to the movies. They will need a permission slip signed and $5 to go to the movie. School will have an early release at 1 p.m. on Friday.