Engagement Announced /
Elementary Football Camp In July /
Oklahoma Expess Baseball Tryouts /
Education Tranparency Law Signed
11-U Baseball Tryouts July 17th
FALL 2010 and SPRING 2011
Fall League will be played at Obrien
Spring League will be played at Obrien in addition to 6-8 Tournaments
|6/9/2010 -- Brent Miller|
Cardinal Football Camp
When: July 19th & 20th
Grades: 1st - 4th
Location: Sallee Field
About the camp: The Cardinal Football Camp will consist of football fundamentals with personal instruction from the Varsity Coaching Staff and selected high school players.
What to bring: The campers will be non-padded. Campers will need to dress in shorts, T-shirt, and athletic shoes. Cleats are recommended. Water and Gatorade will be provided.
Cost: $20.00 per camper. Price includes a cardinal football camp T-shirt. Make checks payable to Collinsville High School. Payment Deadline: July 2nd (all late payments and walk ups will not receive T-shirts until 2 weeks after camp) email any questions concerning payment to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 371-3382 or 371-4802
How to sign up:
Those wishing to attend should fill out the attached form and send it
along with your $20.00 to:
or Drop off at Collinsville
High School Office
Grade for next Fall:
T-shirt: Adult S
M L XL
I hereby authorize the Collinsville coaches to act for me according to their best judgment in any emergency requiring medical attention. I hereby grant permission for my son to participate in the camp and acknowledge that he is physically able to participate in all activities. I hereby waive and release Collinsville High School and all camp personnel from any liability for any injuries or illness incurred while at camp.
Print son's name:____________________________________
Signature of Parent
|-- Submitted by Coach Kevin Jones (6/9/2010)|
|Web Site Required For State Education Expenditures (Starting in Nov.)|
For Immediate Release (6/9/2010):
Sen. Brogdons Education Transparency Bill Signed into Law
OKLAHOMA CITY Citizens will soon know exactly how their tax dollars are being spent in their local school districts thanks to a bill signed into law earlier this week. Sen. Randy Brogdon is author of Senate Bill 1633, which creates the School District Transparency Act. The bill is an expansion of Brogdons 2007 Taxpayer Transparency Act, which created a website to show taxpayers how the state spends their tax dollars.
The Taxpayer Transparency Act was a tremendous success and citizens appreciate having full disclosure of how their tax dollars are spent. Senate Bill 1633 was the logical next step in my effort to open up the government process, said Brogdon, R-Owasso. This is the peoples money and we have the right to see how its being spent. By having every dollar accounted for, I believe well see less and less waste in public school expenditures.
The bill requires the State Department of Education to maintain a database on its website by January 30, 2011 of school district expenditures that the public may download. The database will include information such as credit card statements and per pupil expenditures as well as budgeted and audited expenditures for each fiscal year. The information must be made available within 120 days after school districts provide it. School districts that maintain websites must also make such data available on those sites.
In a time when every school district in our state is struggling financially, there is no room for waste. Our students need all the resources they can get, and my bill will ensure that public funds are used as efficiently as possible, said Brogdon.
The new law will go into effect November 1, 2010
For more information, contact:
Sen. Brogdon: (405) 521-5566
|Oklahoma State Senate
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73105
Hillary Brown & Joshua Moore
To Wed July 17th
| Joe and Tonya Helm
of Collinsville, and Stan and Tracy Brown of Glenpool, are happy to announce
the engagement of their daughter, Miss Hillary Brown, to Mr. Joshua Moore,
son of Mark and DeeAnn Moore of Watonga, Oklahoma.
Miss Brown is a 2006 Collinsville High School graduate. She graduated from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in the Spring of 2010 with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in History.
The future groom graduated from Watonga High School in 2006. He is also a Spring 2010 graduate from the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. He has a Bachelor's degree in Business Management.
The wedding date is set of July 17, 2010 at the First Baptist Church in Collinsville.