#DiggerForward WHS Sophomores volunteer cleaning up The Goldberg and Joseph Heritage Park before Fall Festival comes to town! Great job!
Jesse Morrow, 1982 Wilburton High School graduate, along with other members
of the TU 1982 team, was inducted into The University of Tulsa Athletic Hall of
Fame on Friday, September 29, 2017.
The 1982 TULSA FOOTBALL TEAM, still considered one of the top teams in school history, became just the fourth team in school history to post 10 victories. The Hurricane posted a 10-1 record with wins over Air Force, Oklahoma State and Kansas, with the only loss coming on the
road at the hands of #13-ranked Arkansas. Tulsa won a third-straight Missouri Valley Conference title with a 6-0 league record.
After a stellar athletic career at WHS, Jesse signed a football scholarship with the
University of Tulsa and became a mainstay in the defensive backfield during his
The inductees were also recognized at halftime of the Tulsa-Navy football game on
Saturday, Sept. 30.
#DiggerForward WHS Basketball boys assisting with delivering food at Calvary Baptist community food bank
State testing results this year will be new and different from previous years. The Oklahoma State Department of Education has provided this newsletter to help explain the changes: https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/OKSDE/bulletins/1bbc6d2
WHS shop class goes #DiggerForward by installing benches in concrete at the field house.
Mark Chambers recognized Wilburton High School as a top four finalist in Varsity Brands School Spirit Awards. The high school was recognized for Most Memorable Graduation Award.
The Senior Class of 2018 gathered three bags of school supplies to send to the seniors of Cameron High School after their school was devastated by a fire. #DiggerForward
#DiggerForward Wilburton Public Schools donated textbooks to Cameron High School after last week's devastating fire which destroyed their high school. Pictured are Wilburton 4th Grader Kaleb McAlester and Cameron High School Principal Curtis Curry.
On Saturday, Jeep Mayhem--a group of off-road jeep enthusiasts from all over the state of Oklahoma--met for a ride at Robber's Cave State Park. As part of their meeting, they organized a school supply drive for Wilburton High School teachers. Lori Long organized the event, and Lisa Baker picked up the donated supplies. These supplies are greatly appreciated. Thank you Jeep Mayhem! #diggerforward
Wyatt and JJ go #DiggerForward by helping Ms. Virginia by cleaning up when she was out sick.
5th graders go #DiggerForward by helping Kindergarten students log into computerized assessments and them walk them back to class. We are very proud of our young leaders!
Mr. Rea and Mr. McDowell team up to repair the elementary bike racks. #DiggerForward
WHS Football Seniors Tyler, Ian, Levi, and Travis went #DiggerForward and helped deliver food for the Calvary Baptist Church food pantry. At WHS we strive to instill the importance of community service, and we are proud that these young men stepped up and went #DiggerForward
Mrs. Messex's 1st period FACS class went #DiggerForward and presented the Elementary/WMS Cafeteria staff with a cake they made in class as thanks for their hard work and dedication to the district. Our cafeteria staff are always quick to help in any way they can and recently provided the WHS FACS class with a couple of missing ingredients they needed for a class project.
FFA Students put together a sporting clay thrower received through a grant from the NRA. The shooting team's first practice is this week.
Seniors Halea and Devon are going #DiggerForward by helping elementary students in the cafeteria during Mrs. Hale's Service Learning class where students learn valuable skills while helping others.
Mr. Downing's High School science classes captured images of the eclipse using viewing boxes the students made themselves.
Wilburton Middle School science teachers Mr. Forwoodson and Mr. Bray take advantage of solar eclipse day to educate their students with hands on experiments.
Mr. Giacomo goes #DiggerForward by personally donating solar viewing glasses so that WMS students could view the eclipse today. Way to go Mr. Giacomo! #DiggerForward