Student Activities, Clubs, and Organizations
Students are encouraged to participate in the many activities, clubs, and organizations available at Cushing Public Schools. Activities, clubs, and organizations meet at the request of the sponsor outside of normal school hours.
Athletics help our students grow, learn, and enjoy themselves while they use and develop their personal, physical, and intellectual skills. Athletics instill habits which will lead students to better and healthier lives.
Athletic Director: Dusty Hancock
Assistant Athletic Director: Silas Guerrero
Cross Country: Josh Greer
Football: Rusty Morgan
Softball: Nikki York
Baseball: Bryce Scalf
Boys’ Basketball: Jontue Ezell
Girls’ Basketball: Jake Phillips
Wrestling: Barry Patterson
Boys’ Track: J. Moore
Girls’ Track: Kalie Vernon
Golf: James Miles
Girls’ Soccer: Amber Delong
Weight Lifting: Rusty Morgan
Cheerleading: Jarred Bush
Dance Team: Julie Puls
Academic Teams provide students the opportunity to use their knowledge in curriculum areas to compete in academic bowls and tournaments.
Sponsor: Jimmy Hartford
Band, including marching band and jazz band, provides students the opportunities to participate in a variety of school activities, including athletic events. In addition, the band attends competitions throughout the school year.
Sponsor: Danny White
Business Professionals of America promotes student development, leadership, and career exploration and is generally open to students who are enrolled in a business or computer course.
Sponsor: Ashley Nielson
Cheerleading membership in cheerleading is based upon spring tryouts. Summer camp and summer practices are required.
Sponsor: Jarred Bush (CHS)
Choir students with an interest in singing and performing find a large number of activities to attend while participating in choir. These include performances at district and state levels, as well as competitions at other schools. Attendance is a must for all competitions and performances
Sponsor: Julie Puls
Drama/Speech/Debate promotes interscholastic debate, oratory, public speaking, and performance.
Sponsor: Christina Conley
Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America promotes leadership within the community through various volunteer projects.
Sponsors: Jess Arena and Lisa Favalora
FFA allows students to learn about modern techniques and economic concerns in agriculture. Also, the program emphasizes student leadership and personal development.
Sponsors: Shane Caldwell and Travis Peery
National Honor Society recognizes outstanding high school students. Selection for membership is based on outstanding scholarship, service, leadership, and character. To be eligible for membership, a student must be a member of the sophomore, junior, or senior class. Freshmen are not eligible for membership. Prospective members must have been in attendance at the school the equivalent of one semester. To meet the academic eligibility requirement, students must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.5. Students who meet this requirement are then invited by the faculty council of the CHS Chapter of the National Honor Society to furnish information regarding participation in both school and community activities to meet the first part of the service requirement. To meet the service requirement students must be involved in at least three different areas listed: band, newspaper, prom committee, drama (outside of class activity), chorus, student council, FFA, FCA, church affiliated organizations, competitive athletics, art club, yearbook, service organizations, FCCLA, BPA, scouts, Spanish club, cheerleaders, dance team, mascot, other vocational-technical organizations, or other activities as approved by the faculty council.
Sponsor: Andrea Bruce
Spanish Club exposes members to Spanish and more Hispanic cultures by creating fun, hands-on activities and field trips to broaden their horizons.
Student Council is a service-oriented group that strives to help our campus function and prosper.
Yearbook takes photos and creates the yearbook for the high school each year.
Sponsor: Martha Chisholm (CHS)