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SCHOOL ACTIVITIES SEPTEMBER 11 - 16, 2000

Monday:

8 a.m. Blunck's - Senior Pictures
7:30 p.m. Board of Education Meeting in Administration Office

Tuesday:

Picture Day
4:30 p.m. JV & V Volleyball vs Clinton - Away
7 p.m. JH Football vs Mt View - Home

Wednesday:

3:30 p.m. High School Academic Team Practice

Thursday:

8 a.m. - Student Council Meeting
4:30 p.m. HS Academic Meet at Fletcher
4:30 p.m. JH, JV & V Volleyball VS Cement - Home

Friday:

7:30 p.m. High School Football vs Cashion - Home

SNYDER SCHOOLS ACTIVITIES & STUDENT NEWS

CYCLONES LOOK GOOD IN FIRST SCRIMMAGE

Coach Robert Babcock's Snyder Cyclones got their first taste of outside contact Friday night in a five-team scrimmage at Mountain View. Other teams participating were Merrit, Oklahoma City Christian Academy and Southwest Covenant from El Reno.

Coach Babcock was pleased with the Cyclones play, but said we would face a tougher opponent this week when Temple comes to town for a 7 p.m. scrimmage at Cyclone Stadium.

Snyder's offensive unit had little trouble moving the ball again the four other teams. The Cyclones' second unit matched up well with first teamers from SW Covenant.

Returning quarterback Clifton Keeble picked up where he left off last fall, consistently hitting brothers Geoff and Michael Parker on long pass plays, and Frankie Valderas rushed for good yardage every time he got the ball.

The Cyclones played sound defense, allowing the MV-G Tigers one touchdown on an 8-play drive with the score coming on a one-yard pass.

Snyder will open the season at Grandfield on Friday, September 1. The first home game will be September 15 against Cashion.

Lady Cyclones Win Cameron Classic Volleyball Tournament

Lady Cyclone Johnna Osborn earned MVP honors at the Cameron volleyball tournament last Saturday in Lawton. Snyder scored two straight victories over Calumet to win the Gold Division championship of the Cameron Classic.

Coach Kenny White's squad, seeded No. 3 after posting a 2-1 Pool C record, had all it wanted in the first game, taking a slim 15-13 victory. The Lady Cyclones cruised to a 15-5 win in the second game.

White said his squad was sharp in the first game, just not as sharp as they could have been. Snyder passed better and had better down balls in the second game, according to White.

The Lady Cyclones opened pool play with a 15-6, 15-7 victory over Big Pasture. White's crew had their hands full with a strong Indiahoma team before pulling out 15-13 and 15-11 victories.

In the final pool match the Cyclones pounded Lawton MacArthur, 15-1, in the first game. White played his second team in the second game, and they were edged by the Lady Highlanders, 13-15.

Snyder is playing without the services of Misty Igo due to a knee injury suffered in the Area Basketball Tournament earlier this year. She will miss the volleyball season, but should be ready when basketball season comes around.

The Lady Cyclones were back in action Monday when they traveled to Tipton and defeated the Lady Tigers, 12-15, 15-3, and 15-5. Snyder hosted Fletcher Tuesday, but scores weren't available at press time.

CYCLONES SCRIMMAGE HERE FRIDAY

The Snyder Cyclones will host Temple this Friday night for their final scrimmage of the season. The event will begin at 7:00 p.m. at Cyclone Stadium. Your donation at the gate of a towel or bar of soap will be appreciated.

ENROLLMENT SCHOOL YEAR 2000-2001

Non-Graded - 6
Pre-K - 25
Kindergarten - 36
1st Grade - 36
2nd Grade - 31
3rd Grade - 36
TOTAL PRIMARY - 170

4th Grade - 40
5th Grade - 32
6th Grade - 35
7th Grade - 53
8th Grade - 40
TOTAL ELEM - 205

Freshman - 45
Sophomore - 45
Junior - 45
Senior - 49
TOTAL HIGH SCHOOL - 184
TOTAL - 559


FIVE TEACHERS HIRED BY SNYDER SCHOOL BOARD

Five teachers were hired and the Board of Education Policy and Procedures book was approved at a regular school board meeting Monday night.

Following a short executive session the board hired A. J. Toma, social studies/math teacher on a temporary contract; Terri Townsend, mathematics teacher; Stacy Espinosa, Title IV teacher; Hyo Sung Kim, wresting coach/physical education; and Joann Phillips, special education teacher's assistant.

Other new teachers for this year are Kari Ayers, third grade; Sheila Treadwell, Pre-K; and Greg Holt, Vocational Agriculture and FFA Advisor.

..........Substitute teachers approved included: degreed - Doug Henson, Gary Usher, Jerry Geiger, Mary Harmon, DeEtta Johnson, Nita Barker, Alan Thode and Erma Free.

Non-degreed - Bea Cisneros, Carla Self, Terry Stephens, Misti Snyder, Lloyd George, Dina LaFont and Gina Spurlin....

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CYCLONE SCRIMMAGE FRIDAY AT MT. VIEW

Coach Robert Babcock will take 27 Cyclone hopefuls to Mountain View Friday night for their first scrimmage of the season. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m.

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2000 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

SNYDER HIGH SCHOOL

GAME TIME - 7:30 P.M.

Sept 1 Grandfield Away

Sept 8 Life Christian Away

Sept 15 Cashion Home

Sept 22 Burns Flat* Home

Sept 29 Tipton* Away

Oct 6 Bray-Doyle* Away

Oct 13 Alex* Home

Oct 20 Central High* Home

Oct 27 Cyril* Away

Nov 3 Merritt* Home

*District Games

Snyder Junior High

Game Time 7:00 p.m.

*7th Grade 5:30 p.m.

Aug 31 Tipton* Home

Sept 7 Burns Flat* Away

Sept 12 Mt. View Home

Sept 26 Merritt* Away

Oct 2 Orange & Black

Oct 9 Cyril* Away

Oct 12 Corn Bible* Home

Oct 16 Grandfield Home

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2000-2001

August 14 - Professional Day #1

August 15 - Professional Day #2

August 16 - Professional Day #3

August 17 - First Day of Classes

September 4 - Labor Day Vacation

October 18 - Nine Weeks Tests

October 19 - Parent/Teacher Conference Day

October 20-23 - Fall Break

November 22-26 - Thanksgiving Vacation

December 18 - Semester Tests (Periods l, 3, 5, 7)

December 19 - Semester Tests ( Periods 2, 4, 6)

December 20 - Parent Teacher Conference Day

December 21 - January 3 - Semester Break

January 4 - Classes Resume

January 15 - Professional Day #4

March 8 - Nine Weeks Tests

March 9 - Parent Teacher Conference Day

March 12-15 - Spring Break

April 6 - Professional Day #5

April 13 - Inclement Weather Day

April 16 - Inclement Weather Day

May 21 - Semester Tests (Periods l, 3, 5, 7)

May 22 - Semester Tests (Periods 2, 4, 6)

May 22 - High School Commencement

May 23 - Parent/Teacher Conference - Grade Cards Picked Up

No event may be scheduled immediately before or during nine weeks, semester, or achievement test days.

Articles appearing on this page were reprinted from the Kiowa County Democrat, Snyder, Oklahoma.