By Kay Cardwell Deer Creek-Lamont correspondent



The school bell rang Aug. 10 on the beginning of the Deer Creek-Lamont school year.

There are 125 students enrolled in junior high and high school and 108 in the pre-kindergarten through sixth grade.

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In class elections, the senior class elected Brady Brewer, president' Aly Reese, vice president; Megan Hill, secretary; T.J. Shriver, treasurer; and Karlee Dark, reporter.

The junior class elected Colby Bachman, president; Codi Davis, vice president; Nicole Blazinski, secretary; Lacey Aldrich, treasurer; and Megan Hodges, reporter. The sophomore class elected Bryan Dowell, president; Kellan Hohmann, vice president; Summer Schuelein, secretary-reporter; and Lainey Reese, treasurer.

The freshman class elected Morgan Collins, president; Eli Reese, vice president; Kolby Tebow, secretary; and David Blazinski, reporter. The eighth grade elected Chad Mendenhall, president; Derric Richards, vice president; Timmy Vaughn, secretary-treasurer; and Sarah Coufal, reporter. Seventh-grade officers are Courtney Kirby, president; Kolton Schuelein, vice president; Hunter Whitehead, secretary-treasurer; and Morgan Hamm, reporter.

Vocal department officers are Thomas Looper, president; Cody Darling, vice president; Clayton Hoemann, secretary; and Lacey Aldrich, reporter.

Student Council officers elected at the end of last year are president, Drew Reese; vice president, Colby Bachman; secretary, Crystal Reynolds; treasurer, Amber Prince; and reporter, Laura Reynolds. Representatives are senior Randall Gonzales, junior Molly Cartmill, sophomore Desirae Looper, freshman Morgan Collins, eighth-grader Jill Hobbs, and seventh-graders Levi Reese and Carly Metcalf.

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The 2006 yearbook staff has been selected and work is under way. Editor-in chief is Brady Brewer.

Nicole Blazinski is business manager. Codi Davis is computer editor. Megan Hodges is copy editor, and Jake Kistler is photography editor. Molly Cartmill will assist the staff.

Adviser Joyce Kistler and Brady recently attended a two-day workshop in Oklahoma City hosted by Jostens. The staff already has sold ads in Ponca City and Enid.

The 2005 yearbook arrived in late July. Anyone who has not picked up his or her copy, should contact Joyce Kistler at the high school. Kistler has a limited number of extra copies on sael for $25.



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