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Academics are a strong priority at Idabel Middle School. Our goal is to provide exciting programs enriched with challenging and rewarding activities. We will strive to meet the intellectual, social and creative needs of our students.
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Idabel Middle School students participated in the McCurtain County Curriculm Contest on Tuesday April 29th, where several of our students received awards.
Zach Cole - 2nd place 8th grade science.
Sarah Smith - 1st place 7th grade science
Naomi Wharry - 2nd place 6th grade math.
Kariagan Clay - 3rd place 7th grade language arts.
Evan Martin - 4th place 7th grade social studies.
Saliyah Bailey - 4th place 6th grade social studies.
Slade Coleman - 1st place 6th grade science.
Karmeishia Bray - 2nd place 7th grade math.
Koy Harely - 6th place 6th grade language arts.
Yesenia Gil - 5th place 8th grade math.
We are proud of our middle school Warriors!!! Great job!
Idabel Middle School won first place at the Regional Science Fair held in Wilburton, Oklahoma on February 20th and 21st. The Idabel Middle School students also won many individual awards, special awards, and cash prizes. Winning 3rd place in the Junior Human Behavior Sciences was Sarah Smith, winning 2nd place was Pashioun Young. In the Junior Biological Sciences, Dextry Magana placed 3rd, Alayna Fielder placed 2nd, and Reese Grant placed 1st. In the Earth Science category, Kristi Chance won 2nd place. Third place winner in Engineering was Jake Mclain, second place winner was Sloane Harley. In the Junior Environmental Science category, Sandra Chavez placed 3rd, Anna Bolen placed 2nd, and Nicholas White placed 1st. In the Math Sciences, Evan Martin won 3rd place while Karigan Clay won 1st place. In the Junior Physical Science category, Deah Raygadas won 3rd place. Special awards for geological science for women went to Kristy Chance. The Broadcom Masters special awards went to Dextry Magana, Reese Grant, and Alayna Fielder. The Blake Self Award went to Nick White. Winning cash prizes were Nicholas White – 2nd place, and Karigan Clay – 1st place. Students qualifying to attend the state competition held in Ada, Oklahoma on March 6-7th were: Trae Richards, Reann Walls, Sarah Smith, Neriah Wharry, Deah Raygadas, Anna Bolen, Karigan Clay, Nicholas White, and Pashioun Young.