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Security procedures were being carefully reviewed in this community’s public schools Monday in the wake of arguably the most heartbreaking mass shootings ever to happen in this country.
Technology aids student learning
Just before the students in Trevor Robbins’ Advanced Placement U.S. history class started their assignments, the Ada High School teacher handed each student a tablet computer.
ECU club successful with lemonade stands
Twenty-one elementary students recently learned how to start a business when they participated in East Central University’s Junior Business Club.
High school students invited to participate in Tiger Connection
High school juniors and seniors have the opportunity to learn what it’s like to be a college student at East Central University by participating in Tiger Connection on Wednesday, Nov. 14.
Ada hosts 8 French students
Florian Delicque thought he knew what an American high school would look like based on what he had seen in movies and television.
Former Adan named assistant director of San Antonio library
San Antonio Public Library Director Ramiro S. Salazar has announced the appointment of Oklahoma native and Ada High School Class of 1979 alum, Dale McNeill, as assistant library director for public services.
School districts decide to wait before releasing A-F grades
The state Department of Education told Oklahoma school districts this week they can release their A-F report cards if they wish.
Cougar Chase to benefit city schools
Recently, Sarah Miracle and a couple of her friends were talking about Ada City Schools and the district’s financial needs.
Marching bands compete in Tigerpalooza
The third annual Bron Warren Tigerpalooza Marching Band contest will host 19 bands Saturday.
Ada High among state's highest ACT scorers
Ada Senior High School and two other Oklahoma schools tied for the 10th highest ACT college entrance exam scores in the state.
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