The Oklahoma State Department of Education holds its Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council with students across the state. The students are recommended by their district superintendents and hail from across Oklahoma, representing rural, urban and suburban schools of all sizes.  Students from all over the state prepare their ideas and their top concerns for public education in Oklahoma and discuss with a panel of top leaders in education, including Oklahoma State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister.

Chisholm High School has one student who was selected from from nearly 700,000 students in Oklahoma.  Junior Logan Buford has been selected to serve on the 2022 Oklahoma State Superintendent Student Advisory Council, receiving a letter from State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Joy Hofmeister.  Logan is a top achieving student at Chisholm High School and also excels in the Oklahoma School of Science and Math at Autry Technology Center.  Logan is the son of Travis and Stacy Buford.

“Students have a lot to say about their education, and it is critical that we listen to them," said State Superintendent Joy Hofmeister. "The direct insight we receive from our students is incredibly valuable, and each year I am encouraged by the thoughtful reflection and fearless vision of these brilliant young leaders."