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2022 WOSC Rodeo Banquet


May 11, 2022 -- maegan.martin
2022 WOSC Rodeo Banquet
2022 WOSC Rodeo Banquet

The WOSC Rodeo Team held their first annual Rodeo Banquet Tuesday, May 10th. The athletes were celebrated for their hard work and dedication during the year.
Guest Speaker Kenyon Burns started the evening with encouraging words full of advice for their futures and tips for perseverance. Thanks to numerous donors in the community and surrounding areas, guests had the opportunity to win many high-end door prize items. The evening ended with Coach Tierney recognizing the athletes and presenting awards.

Jeremiah (JC) Yeahquo from Crescent, OK received the Top Hand Award after receiving the most points, during the season. Sage Shaw from Duke, OK, was named the MVT "Most Valuable Teammate".

Jeremiah Yeahquo, Corben Culley, and Jordan Lovins, were also recognized, for qualifying for the 2022 College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, WY June 12-18.

The 21-22 year was very successful for our cowboys and cowgirls both inside and outside the classroom!

Pioneers qualified for 66 short rounds
7 top 5 team finishes
12 students on the President/Vice President's Honor Roll
There are 11 2022 Western graduates.
We are so proud of our Pioneers!

Thank you to the many families, coaches, faculty, and staff that support the rodeo team year round. We are proud to be in Southwest Oklahoma and #proudtobepioneer.

Coach Tierney, Westley Ferguson, and Sage Shaw

Coach Tierney and JC Yeahquo 

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Randall named 2024 Teacher of the Year

May 20, 2024

Western Oklahoma State College is proud to announce that Rachel Randall, a distinguished biology instructor, has been named the 2024 Teacher of the Year. This prestigious award, determined through nominations by the entire student body and a subsequent selection by the Student Senate, recognizes exceptional dedication and excellence in teaching. 

Rachel Randall has consistently demonstrated a profound commitment to her students, both academically and personally. The nominations submitted by students highlight her extraordinary impact on their educational experiences and personal growth. Here are some of the heartfelt comments from students who nominated her: 

"To me, this teacher has been one of the most caring teachers I know on campus, and I think is the most deserving of this award. Not only because they are an amazing teacher but also because they are the most caring human being. Anytime I need help with something they are always there to help me even if they don't know anything about it, they will learn about it just for me. They are always willing to go above and beyond for every single one of their students and I am completely grateful for that!" 

"I have had the privilege of having this teacher for two different classes. They are knowledgeable and caring. They go above and beyond for their students even when they don't have to. There have been countless times when I have gone to this teacher for help in other classes and if they don't know they takes the time to sit with you and look it up, they make sure you leave their office understanding what you didn't understand when you got into their office with the question. They truly care about their students, and them gaining the knowledge they need to succeed." 

Randall's dedication to her students is evident in every interaction, whether in the classroom or during one-on-one consultations. Her willingness to go the extra mile to ensure her students succeed is what makes her a truly remarkable educator and a deserving recipient of this year's Teacher of the Year award.

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