Southeastern News

Curriculum Contest attracts more than 1,900 high school students to campus

By UNIVERSITY COMMUNICATIONS

Students gather in the lobby of the Glen D. Johnson Student Union during the curriculum contest.

DURANT,
Okla. –
Some 1,963 students from 64 schools throughout the region
participated in the 106th annual Oklahoma Inter-High School
Curriculum Meet Thursday at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

The students
competed in academic contests in such areas as art, accounting, finance,
speech, journalism, English, mathematics, foreign languages, music, occupational
safety & health, psychology, history, and the sciences.

Students compete in the journalism contest Thursday morning.

Southeastern
faculty, staff and students volunteered their time to assist at the event. Dr.
James Britton is the meet director.