CKTC names Jennie Nunn as Superintendent

CKTC names Jennie Nunn as Superintendent
Ms. Jennie Nunn was named the 7th superintendent of Caddo Kiowa Technology Center on June 26, 2024. She has served in education for over 25 years. Ms. Nunn’s years of services have been in K-12 schools as a teacher, counselor and administrator. She has been at CKTC for 10 years and served as a counselor, instructional leader and assistant superintendent.
Ms. Nunn is connected to the communities CKTC serves due to her being a lifelong resident of Caddo County. She has experience working with the partner schools as well as the businesses in our area.
“We have great employees at CKTC and I am honored to be a part of this organization. I am confident we will continue providing the best training and education to our students, clients and businesses”.
Ms. Nunn resides in Apache. Her husband Larry is an administrator at Anadarko Public Schools. They have three sons, Billy, Brayden and Blayke, one daughter-in-law, Kadree, and one grandson, Brooks.

“The Crickets” Triumph at FIRST Robotics Oklahoma Regional, Earn Coveted Invitation to World Championship

Oklahoma City, OK, April 6, 2024 – The Crickets, a dynamic robotics team hailing from Caddo Kiowa Technology Center located in Fort Cobb, OK, have emerged victorious at the annual FIRST Robotics Oklahoma Regional competition. Their outstanding performance has secured them an esteemed invitation to the World Championship in Houston, Texas, from Wednesday, April 17 to Saturday, April 20, 2024.

The FIRST Robotics Oklahoma Regional, held at the OKC Fairgrounds from Thursday, April 4 through Saturday, April 6, brought together some of the most innovative and skilled robotics teams from across the United States, as well as 2 international teams. Demonstrating exceptional teamwork, ingenuity, and technical prowess, The Crickets showcased their robotic masterpiece, “THOR-AXE”, impressing competitors and spectators alike.

Under the guidance of first-year head coach Reed Allen and first-year assistant coach Kyle Walbrick, The Crickets navigated through intense challenges, displaying their expertise in engineering, programming, and problem-solving. Their dedication and commitment to excellence culminated in a resounding victory, earning them the shared title of regional champions along with their alliance members, Team Tators from Boise, ID and Midas’ Mayhem out of Troy, MO.

“We are immensely proud of our kids for how they battled through adversity and setbacks,” said head coach Reed Allen. “Their hard work, perseverance, and collaborative spirit have truly paid off. This win is a testament to their exceptional talent and determination.” Allen went on to say, “Credit must be given to Rhett Morgan and Marcia Harmon. They laid the foundation for The Crickets’ success many years ago, we are simply building on their hard work and effort. This championship belongs to them as much as it does to any of us.”

As winners of the FIRST Robotics Oklahoma Regional, The Crickets have earned the esteemed privilege of representing their region on the global stage. The team is eagerly preparing to compete against top robotics teams from around the world at the World Championship in Houston, Texas. This prestigious event promises to be a showcase of innovation, creativity, and competitive spirit, and The Crickets are ready to rise to the challenge. “Skill, experience, and teamwork are far more valuable than fancy looks and expensive gadgets when it comes to performance.” says first-year competitor, co-driver, and team captain Conley King of Eakly, OK.

“We are thankful for how hard our kids worked this year, and for the amazing support from family, friends, and administration,” said assistant coach Kyle Walbrick. “I believe that my, and Reed’s, grandpas were with us in spirit helping during the whole process this year.”
The Crickets extend their heartfelt gratitude to their sponsors, mentors, families, and supporters whose unwavering support has been instrumental in their success. With their sights set on victory, The Crickets are poised to make their mark at the World Championship and continue inspiring future generations of innovators and engineers.

For more information about The Crickets and their journey to the World Championship, or to learn about how your child can join the Crickets, please contact Reed Allen at ra****@ck**.edu.

About The Crickets:

Founded in 2008, Team 2373 “The Crickets” is a passionate and dedicated robotics team representing Caddo Kiowa Technology Center in Fort Cobb, OK. Composed of talented students, mentors, and volunteers, The Crickets strive for excellence in the field of robotics through innovation, collaboration, and determination. With a commitment to inspiring and empowering future generations of engineers and technologists, The Crickets embody the spirit of creativity, ingenuity, and teamwork.

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Team sponsors:

Caddo Kiowa Technology Center, ABC Superior Realty, Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO), United States Department of Defense (DoD STEM), and other private donors.

Team members include:

Brothers Ayden and David Anderson, Ryder Bellamy, and Ryan Ahtone from Carnegie. Malachi Dresselhaus and Samantha Bigley from Mountain View-Gotebo. Quinsyn Goombi from Anadarko. Shelton Willis from Verden. Conley King, Peyton Lierle, Easton Morris, and Gracen Ruckman from Hydro-Eakly. The Crickets are coached by Reed Allen of Fort Cobb, and Kyle Walbrick of Lawton.

About FIRST Robotics Competition:

FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) is an international high school robotics competition that gives students real-world engineering experience. Teams of students, working closely with mentors, build and program robots to perform tasks against a field of competitors. FRC combines the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology to create a unique and engaging experience for participants and spectators alike.

CKTC Adds New Board Member

On Monday evening, January 8, 2024, Kassie Pettit was sworn in to serve as a board member (Seat/Zone 3, Office #1) of Caddo Kiowa Technology Center’s school board.

“We are excited to have Ms. Pettit on the board. Being a former student at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center will provide her with a unique perspective, as she helps the technology center meet the needs of patrons and communities”, stated CKTC Superintendent Tony Hancock.

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Pettit is from Apache and replaced long-time board member Mr. Phil Perryman.

January is also School Board Recognition Month, so CKTC administration and staff would like to thank all of our members serving on the board for their hard work and dedication to our district.

Hancock added “While it is school board appreciation month, Caddo Kiowa Technology Center would like to take the opportunity to thank our board members for their service to the district. Those that serve on the school board at CKTC are conscientious and dedicated people committed to helping the school serve all of the communities and patrons throughout the district. Their service to the district is essential to the success of the school and is greatly appreciated.”

CKTC Board Member Phil Perryman retires

Mr. Phil Perryman served on the board at Caddo Kiowa Technology Center as a member for 14 years. Perryman recently retired after many years of hard work and service to Caddo Kiowa Technology Center. “Mr. Perryman has been an outstanding board member for Caddo Kiowa Technology Center. His commitment to staff and students never wavered. It has been a pleasure to work with Mr. Perryman during my tenure. He will be missed on the CKTC board”, stated Tony Hancock, Superintendent of CKTC. Caddo Kiowa Technology Center staff also added that they appreciate his support for the tech center and admired his passion for providing education to CKTC students.

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Above: Phil Perryman and CKTC Board President Dustin Tackett

CKTC Robotics Team awarded grant from PSO

CKTC’s robotics team – The Crickets –  were very honored and pleased to be awarded a grant in the amount of $3,200 by the Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO). These funds will go directly toward the design and development of next year’s robot, and other expenses related to the continued success of the program.

“PSO and our employees seek to play an active, positive role in the communities where we live and work. Our partnerships, grants and sponsorships are among the many ways we strive to improve the quality of life for all in our communities.” – Michael Hixson, PSO Manager of External Affairs

“In education, as in life, actions speak louder than words. PSO is a great example of a company that truly embodies this adage, as they continue to generously support our kids’ success. We appreciate their sponsorship, and look forward to another successful robotics season.” – Reed Allen, Team 2373 Lead Mentor/Coach

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Statement from Superintendent Tony Hancock

Tether Tech Safety, USA receives Incubator Tenant of the Year Award

Tether Tech Safety, USA received the Incubator Tenant of the Year at the annual Oklahoma Venture Forum awards luncheon held at the Oklahoma History Center.

This award, presented by the Oklahoma Business Incubator Association, recognizes outstanding startup companies currently housed in one of the 31 Oklahoma business incubators. Caddo Kiowa Business Development Center Incubator manager Shawn Freie, nominated Tether Tech Safety, USA for the prestigious award.

Located in Caddo Kiowa Technology Center’s Business Incubator, TTS manufactures a product designed to protect against tractor trailer wheel-off incidents, using a thick steel cable running through the axle tube and tethered to a pair of wheel-end caps. This design prevents the wheel assembly from separating in the event of a bearing failure. Developers Billy Turner and Troy Miller.

The event included recognition for economic impact, venture of the year, new venture, entrepreneurial champion and incubator tenant, recognizing all aspects related to the entrepreneurial community. All nominated companies are independently owned and operated, and headquartered inside Oklahoma.

CKTC Biomed Students Place 1st at Anatomage Tournament

Caddo Kiowa Technology Biomedical Science students recently participated in the HOSA State Leadership Conference. After competing online, the Muskrats team qualified in the Elite 8, which competed at State Leadership Conference. The students competed on Monday afternoon and advanced to the Final 4 on Tuesday, which would be conducted with a live audience watching. With a score of 227, the Muskrats advanced to the Championship, where they posted a score 144 in the most difficult round.

The team was crowned OK HOSA State Leadership Conference Anatomage Tournament Champions. In addition, students also competed in other competitive events.

Jaden Bartlett and Catherine Potter competed in Forensic Science and were rewarded with a 5th place prize.

Julian Ebacher competed in Medical Law and Ethics and placed 2nd in his division. Zoey Anglin and McKaegan Gregory both qualified for State Leadership Conference and competed in their respective events.

CKTC Biomedical Sciences Students attend BE4ANO Spring Visit at OU

Biomedical Sciences students from CKTC attended the BE4NANO Spring visit at The University of Oklahoma Stephenson School of Biomedical Engineering on Wednesday March 24, 2022.

BE4NANO is a partnership between the Biomedical Science program at CKTC and the University of Oklahoma which focuses on engaging minority and underserved students in the Biomedical Engineering field.

Students were exposed to real-life research in which professors, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the Biomedical Research Lab at OU, demonstrated their lab practices and allowed students to view their microscopic analysis of that research.

This program will also provide a summer research camp to 6 of Caddo Kiowa Technology Center’s Biomedical Sciences students this summer.

ABOVE (L to R): (Back row) Andrea Pebeahsy (Anadarko), Julian Ebacher (Cement), Yasmine Dickerson (Hydro), (Front row) McKaegan Gregory (Binger), Zoey Anglin (Binger), Jaden Bartlett (Binger) and Catherine Potter (Binger).

Practical Nursing Pinning Ceremony

Caddo Kiowa Technology Center recently held a pinning ceremony for 15 Practical Nursing students who have completed the program since 2020. Twelve of the students were in attendance and 9 of them have sat for the NCLEX, passed and are working in the nursing field.
The Practical Nursing students complete 60 hours of lab, 82 clinical days, 90 nursing exams and 1 comprehensive final for a grand total of 1,463 hours to become a graduate of the program. This completion allows them to sit for the National Nursing exam aka the NCLEX.