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About Skyleen Willingham

Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year here at OHS.

My name is Skyleen Willingham. I have lived in Okmulgee all my life. I graduated from Okmulgee, my parents graduated from Okmulgee, and my four children graduated from Okmulgee schools. I am proud to be from Okmulgee. My mother, Doris Lowery, taught in Okmulgee schools for 30 years and while I cannot fill her shoes, I am glad to be teaching where she taught, I went to school, and my children wentto school.

As an OHS student I was a member of the Band and a competitor with the speech and debate department.

I have been married for 41 years to David Willingham. We have four children and seven grandchildren. David Ashly lives in Colorado, Mariah, Deidra, and Gerald live close in Oklahoma.

I have an Associate degree in nursing from TJC, a Bachelors degree in elementary education from NSU, and a Masters degree in science education from NSU. I earned my National Boards of Adolescent Science in 2005. This is my 24th year teaching science education in Oklahoma public schools.  I have also taught biodiversity classes at the Bronx Zoo in New York and SeaCamp at Galvestion through Texas A&M.

My husband and I spend all our free time that is not with grandchildren on our Harleys. We ride all over the country where I collect rocks, fossils, sand, and all that the bike will hold.

My husband and I live in Okmulgee because we love it here. We are both Oklahomans at heart and although he was raised in Tahlequah, he considers Okmulgee his home. Okmulgee Schools are a part of who we are.

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Classroom Number:
323
School Phone:
918-758-2075 3969
Conference Time:
7th hour 2:30 - 3:15 PM
comment posted by Skyleen Willingham on 08-20-2016
I would love to have the information. Please call or come visit. Thank you for asking the team.
comment posted by Darryl L Raley on 08-20-2016
I wanted to touch base with you to see if you and the speech class are interested in participating in the Rotary 4 Way Speech Contest. It could be at the local, regional, district and possibly at the national level. I'll be glad to come talk about it, if interested.
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