Kaelyn Dobbins and Mandy Sykora Sign Letters of Intent
Photo by Charles Brown
The first test project in one of the new 3-D printers in the MMS STEM classroom: a tiny frog.  Using the Project Lead the Way curriculum, STEM teacher, Mr. Dobbins has much more in store by the end of the school year and in coming years as he continues to develop the STEM program and branch out with more classes.
Kaelyn Dobbins and Mandy Sykora led the pack at the Cross Country Regional race held in Waurika on October 19. Both the Lady Indians and Indians were Regional Champs and will head to the State Championships to be held in Shawnee on October 26.
From left, Sethan Reed, Seth Brown, and Nick Bierschenk pose with state championship projects and the awards they received at the Tulsa State Fair. Students in the Ag Mechanics class won their second state championship in less than a month.
Eric Gallaway helps his beginning band students learn the basics, hoping that they stay with the program until their high school graduation.
Photo by Bailey Sykora Marietta Lady Indians Cross Country runners Tanasia Randle and Vanessa Rodriguez run in the Decatur Reunion Run on Saturday, October 5. The Lady Indians won the meet, defeating highly ranked Decatur at home.
Members of the Marietta High School Ag Mechanics class recently entered their projects in the Oklahoma State Fair and were judged to be overall champions of the division. Kadence Bazor, Nick Bierschenk, Pike Thompson, Seth Brown and Mandy Sykora, from left, were on the team and took time to pose with their awards.
Marietta Indian cross country runner Wyatt Vinson competes against some of North Texas’s best runners at the Lovejoy High School Cross Country Fall Festival on Saturday, September 21. Vinson placed third in the meet and helped his team to a fourth place finish overall.