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High School (9-12)

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Evening with the Stars and Individual District Speech Results

We took 18 students in 24 events to the Individual District Speech contest at Shenandoah on Wednesday afternoon/evening. It was an amazing evening and Ms. Mangold and I are so very proud of all of the students. We will be sending 16 of the . . .

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Individual All-State Speech Nominations

Individual All-State Speech nominations have been announced and Ms. Kelsey Mangold and I are very proud to say that we have two students who will be performing at the All-State Festival at UNI on Monday, March 26! Being named to . . .

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Red Oak High School Drama Presents: The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza!

Construction has not dampened the spirit of the Red Oak Drama department, as we have been working hard to prepare for our upcoming performance of The Greek Mythology Olympiaganza!   by Don Zolidis.   This comedy, . . .

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Book Fairs at ROHS and Inman Primary

Wild West Book Fair -  Saddle Up and Read! The Scholastic Book Fair will be in full swing October 2 – October 5 in both the Inman Primary School & Red Oak High School media . . .

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ROHS Individual Speech Results

The Red Oak speech team traveled to Shenandoah today to compete at the IHSSA Individual District Speech Contest.  We took 19 students in 24 events.  It was a very successful day for the ROHS speech team and Miss Kelsey Mangold and I . . .

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Mrs. Horn's Home Page

Welcome to my page!  I'm currently the media specialist for the Red Oak Community School District.  I'm also the Fall Play director and head coach of the Large Group and Individual Speech teams at the high school. . . .

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ROHS Drama Department presents Curtain Going Up!

The Red Oak High School drama department, directed by Mrs. Laura Horn and assisted by Mrs. Carrie Shalters, is proud to present Curtain Going Up!  by Gregory Johnston with special permission from Samuel French. This comedy centers . . .

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