Welcome to the ORES Web Site 2014-2015
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2015 ORES State Basketball Brackets
ORES Academic Buzzer
Tenkiller - State Champions
Peggs - State Runner Up
Liberty - 3rd
Lukfata - 4th
Zion - 5th
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2014 ORES STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPS
2014 ORES STATE CROSS COUNTRY
2014 ORES SOFTBALL
Champs - Woodall
Runner up - Briggs
Champs - Zaneis
Runner up - Oak Grove
Beginning in the 2015-2016 School Year ORES will use the
ADM from the 2014-2015 Annual Statistical Report. Grades 6
and 7 will be used to Determine Divisions For
2015 Softball and 2015 Football.
2015 ORES Basketball Playoffs
The WAVE Basketball will be used.
For the 2014 softball season ORES schools will use bats that were legal last season and NOT require the use
of the new Thumbprint Bat Stamp.
The Thumbprint Bat Stamp will be required for the 2015 season.
Committee Members For Interim Study-H14-016
Date of report: 06/09/2014
|Committee Name:||Interim Study-H14-016|
|Committee Type:||Interim Study|
|Denney, Lee (C)||House||33||Republican||441||(405)email@example.com|
|Other Member Names|
|Crawford, Steven - CCOSA|
|Hime, Shawn - OSSBA|
|Ostrander, Phil - Organization of Rural Elementary Sc|
|Owens, Ryan - Cooperative Council for Oklahoma Sc|
|Virgin, Rooney - Oklahoma State Board Association|
Please check the video link below to hear what some of our legislators are saying about our RURAL SCHOOLS
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ORES RULE CHANGES
Starting July 1st, 2013, our eligibility rules will change. Beginning withthe initial 7th grade year, to be eligible for ORES activities and also to be eligible for OSSAA activities in high school, a student may not participate in any activities in a repeat year even if the student did not participate in the initial year. Subsequently, the student may participate in the following initial 8th grade year. This rule change follows the OSSAA six consecutive years rule.
7th grade year: student participates or does not participate in ORES or season play; 7th grade year (repeat year): student cannot participate in any ORES activities and any season play including scrimmages; 8th grade year: student may participate in ORES activities and season play
7th grade year: student participates or does not participate in ORES or season play; 8th grade year: student participates or does not participate in ORES or season play; 8th grade year (repeat year): student cannot participate in any ORES activities and season play including scrimmages, and if this is violated, the student will risk losing a year’s eligibility in high school and most
likely his/her senior year eligibility.
The number of games played during the season is also an issue. Please follow the guidelines on the ORES website for number of allowed games during season. Violation of these guidelines is an SDE accreditation issue and may lead to disqualification in an ORES activity. We, ORES, do not want to have the reputation that we spend too much time playing games and activities and
are not focused on academics.
The OSSAA rule on a student attending a dependent district but living in an independent district, the rule reads, "...and completed the fifth through eighth grades without interruption in the dependent school district." OSSAA interruption of that would be that it is meant to be only one dependent district. However, there could be extenuating circumstances that would allow a student to be approved on a hardship waiver that attended more than one dependent school.
Lastly, ORES does not want to regulate season play and does not have the manpower to investigate season play violations. We leave the compliance issues to each individual superintendent and rely on each one’s integrity and high moral ethics. If you choose to play an ineligible player (age-wise or consecutive year-wise) for any reason, you risk that student’s eligibility when he/she enters high school or possibly his/her senior year of high school.
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TO: DEPENDENT DISTRICT SUPERINTENDENTS
FROM: ED SHEAKLEY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
RE: OSSAA ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY
DATE: JUNE 28, 2012
Students who choose to attend a dependent school district, or who attend because their parents reside within a dependent school district, prior to matriculating to high school, are held to the same limitations for participation as those students who attend school in an independent district.
Once a student enters the 7th grade, he or she is allowed six consecutive years to participate in interscholastic athletic activities. By OSSAA Rule, students who repeat 7th or 8th grade are not permitted to participate during the repeat year, even if they did not participate during the initial 7th or 8th grade year. If a student attending a dependent district repeats 7th or 8th grade and is allowed to participate, it will be counted against their eligibility limitations. Potentially this could eliminate the student from participation during one of their high school years.
We ask that you counsel any student and his or her family of these limitations if a repeat year is necessary.
are located under "MEMBERSHIP" Tab
BASKETBALL: 16 games; or 14 games and 2 tournaments; or 13 games and 3 tournaments.
SOFTBALL: 14 games and 2 tournaments; or 11 games and 3 tournaments.
FOOTBALL: 8 games and no more than two games per week.
The Organization of Rural Elementary Schools was founded in 1984. Originally the Oklahoma Organization of Dependent Schools, ORES is the oldest rural school organization in Oklahoma. The organization has maintained as its primary goal the promotion, protection and preservation of rural elementary schools.
Please contact us for more information:
Randy Rountree, Treasurer