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Cooke student competing in the Snowshoe race at the Winter Olympics in Traverse City
Cooke Teacher and Student say
Cooke student dresses up for a classroom presentation
Casey the Cardinal Cooke School Mascot
Cooke School Cheerleader getting the crowd warmed up for the Student Staff Basketball game
Cooke school Special Olympian wins Gold, Silver and Bronze medals
Cooke student enjoying some time in Gym Class
Cooke students taking a break at the Winter Olympics
Cooke Staff and Students enjoying a hayride at Three Cedars Farm
Cooke student showing his school spirit at the Summer Special Olympics
Cooke Teacher and Student stop for a photo while enjoying a school Assembly
Cooke student enjoying a field trip at Three Cedars Farm
Cooke students enjoying the snowy view at the Winter Special Olympics in Traverse City
Cooke Students out for a stroll on a lovely Spring day
Cooke Cheerleader at Special Olympics
Two Cooke Cheerleaders cheering on the Student Team at the Staff Student Basketball game
Cooke cheerleader heads to the Pep Rally
Students heading into the Gym for Halloween Trick or Treating
Silver medalist at the Winter Special Olympics
Cooke student taking morning attendance in his classroom
First Place Winner at Special Olympics
Cooke cheerleader stops to pose for a picture after the Staff Student Basketball game
Cooke student cheering on his school friends
Waiting for the Snowshoe race to begin at the Winter Special Olympics in Traverse City
Cooke Student enjoying a school assembly with her class
Cooke student at the Annual PTA FUN RUN and ROLL
Fun photo for a Cooke Teacher and student while enjoying a beautiful Spring day
Cooke student enjoying an Assembly in the Gym
Cooke student making something yummy in the Vocational Kitchen
Cooke cheerleader heads back to class after cheering on schoolmates



Michigan's OK2SAY Confidential Safety Tipline Information

OK2SAY is a program designed to encourage Michigan students to share and respond to anything that threatens their safety or the safety of others. With support from Attorney General Bill Schuette, the Michigan State Police, local law enforcement, schools, the health community, and many others, there are processes in place that help students submit confidential tips regarding criminal activities or harmful behavior.
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