4E Voices

COVID-19 school shutdown

Sophie Walker, Digital Media Editor

March 18, 2020

   COVID-19 also known as Coronavirus has gone global. Due to this, the school district has taken some precautions to reduce the spread of this respiratory attacking virus.     Superintendent Chuck Mccauley made an appearance on Bartlesville’s KWON to further explain what exactly will happen w...

Participants see how they will ‘fair’

Participants see how they will ‘fair’

Mia Ferguson, Staff

March 12, 2020

The Bartlesville District Science fair was held on Saturday, Feb. 22. Students that participated in this event and placed top three in their category may have been invited to go to the state, or in some cases, even the national science fair.    Among the few, sophomore Morgan Sanders has been selected ...

Senior Searches for Mass Graves

Audry Ainesworth, Staff

December 13, 2019

The investigation for finding the mass graves from the Tulsa Race Massacre has been reopened. The Tulsa race riots were known to cause many casualties but historians still are not sure how many lives were taken in this tragedy. The investigation has been recently opened by Tulsa mayor George Theron...

Oklahoma Story Filmed in Pawhuska

Myla Rogers, Staff

December 13, 2019

A big production movie is coming to the Oklahoma town of Pawhuska. “Killers of the Flower Moon” is based on the book “Killers of the Flower Man” about how Native Americans were murdered for their oil rights in the 1920s. Native Americans became rich after the discovery of oil on their land. The...

Distribution of Bond Money

Distribution of Bond Money

Cat Gonzales, Editor In Chief

December 13, 2019

A recent bond has been passed to give funding towards the Bartlesville school district. The bond that passed provide a little over 17.9$ million to the school district through the course of the next three years. The athletics department is getting funding under the portions dedicated to “activities”...

Achoo! Here Comes Flu Season.

Achoo! Here Comes Flu Season.

Myla Rogers, Staff

October 30, 2019

Even though Summer is not officially over, people are feeling the overall effects of the flu epidemic. Flu activity usually occurs from October to May. However, according to the Influenza-like Illness Surveillance Network, one to two percent of patients will the flu symptoms visit in the first week of Sept...

Social Media’s Mental Health Effects

Cat Gonzales, Editor In Chief

October 14, 2019

Social media is in many people’s everyday lives. It is a modern invention that is meant to make people feel connected to each other. Originally created with good intention. ¨It’s great for students to be able  to connect easily to our high school for example, by using the hashtag #bvillebruWIN,”...

Rebuilding KLIFE

Rebuilding KLIFE

Mia Ferguson, Staff

October 9, 2019

A new KLIFE house is being built on Hillcrest across from the high school. In the meantime, groups and events will be held at the ‘Central House’ for the current school year. “I think the new house will be a good way to accommodate more people for KLIFE” says sophomore Annabelle Kelly, “It...

A Look Into Homecoming

A Look Into Homecoming

Myla Rogers, Staff

October 9, 2019

The Bartlesville Bruins are 0-2 as they go into their sixth district game. After experiencing hardship with a loss against Collinsville, they have a chance to redeem themselves when they play against the Sand Springs Sandites. Homecoming is one of the best parts of the football season. The Sandites...

Homecoming Week Touches Down

Homecoming Week Touches Down

Peyton Chuleewah, Staff

October 7, 2019

The entire school community is revving up for Homecoming 2019, set for Oct. 7 - 11. The theme of this year’s homecoming was decided in the summer by the student council. “The students at that retreat selected the Under the Sea theme for the dance to go along with "Sink the Sandites," which is our...

Extra! Extra! Newsies comes to Bruins on Broadway

Extra! Extra! Newsies comes to Bruins on Broadway

April 30, 2019

  At the end of the student-led production of Bruins on Broadway in January, it was announced that this semester’s musical would be Disney’s Newsies. The dance heavy, hit broadway show that just recently released the rights to be performed by other organizations. The show focuses a young newsboy...

A Ray of Hope in Child Abuse Awareness month

A Ray of Hope in Child Abuse Awareness month

Cat Gonzales, Campus Corner Director

April 29, 2019

  In the heart of National Child Abuse Prevention month, it is important to remember those who help kids in such unfortunate situations.    Ray of Hope is an organization that provides a wide variety of resources for kids in need. They provide things like forensic interviews and exams, as we...

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