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my mom is a huge role model to me and to the students she educates. Her dedication and leadership to her students and to her role as a mom has been a huge success. I loved interviewing her and what...
One Small Step conversation partners Fran Britton (72) and Alicia Murie (40) met for the first time virtually to talk about their experiences in education, Alicia's brain injury and activism, their roots coming from military families and how they both...
One Small Step Conversation partners Lisa Alvarado (31) and Stephen Tootle (47) talk about the roles of their families in shaping their political beliefs, the impact of their loved ones, and meaning of “abolition”.
My great-grandmother tells about her life, my great-grandfather, and important memories. When she heard this back, she commented on the marriage proposal and said, “I forgot to tell you, when he proposed, he kissed me too!”
Archive Oologah interviews Logan Carter, an OHS Class of 2018 valedictorian. He discusses his plans for the future and his favorite Oologah memories.
Archive Oologah interviews our very own Jamie Marrara to ask her about the significance of being a valedictorian of the OHS Class of 2018 and her high school experience.
Archive Oologah interviews MaKinna Brooks, a valedictorian for Oologah High School's class of 2018 about her role as valedictorian and her old and new views of Oologah.
Archive Oologah interviews Rebekah Askew, a high school English teacher. She discusses her time at Oologah and the importance of English.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviewed Christi Harper, a science teacher at Oologah High School. She discusses her time as a student at Oologah and how that compares to her experience as a teacher here.
Madison Watson and Jamie Marrara from Archive Oologah interviews Kevin Hogue, the principle of Oologah High School.He discusses the differences between Oologah and other communities, and what he sees as the most important values of our town.