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MapleMapPoints of Pride:

  • Maple School District has a strong academic heritage with a reputation in the area for high academic standards. Multiple valedictorians/salutatorians at neighboring high schools for many years have been Maple School 8th grade graduates.
  • Maple School has strong parental and community support and participation. From parent/teacher conferences to our annual Bingo Bazaar or school carnival, Maple parents are involved in the education of their children.
  • Maple School is a “school of choice” for many parents.  57% of the student population at Maple are transfer students from other districts.
  • Maple School has a quality staff who are loyal and dedicated to Maple School and the community as demonstrated by its low teacher turnover.
  • Maple School has a very nice, clean campus with quality facilities. Maple School built a state-of-the-art gymnasium in 2015 and just completed a new two-story upper elementary building.

District Description:

  • Maple School District is a Pre-K-8th grade dependent district conveniently located in western Canadian County approximately 30 miles west of Oklahoma City on I-40. Maple School currently has 161 students and 34 employees (14 full-time teachers, 2 part-time teachers, and 18 support staff). Maple School has an overall budget of $4,165,118.53.
  • Maple School is active in the Oklahoma Rural Elementary Schools (ORES) organization and over the years has won several state ORES basketball and track trophies.
  • Maple School is developing its program in the fine arts and offers music and art classes taught by certified fine arts instructors to all students in Pre-K -8th grade. Maple Students have participated in Circle the State with Song and in the Seiling Music Festival. Several students have won awards/ribbons for their artwork.
  • Maple School focuses on high academic standards and offers a challenging gifted and talented program to students who qualify as well as providing research-based remediation to students who are struggling through Title I and special education programs.


Applications will be accepted for this position until March 10, 2017. Candidates selected to interview will be notified by email or phone. Interviews will be held in March and April, with the hopes of naming a superintendent/principal in April or May 2017.  This timeline is subject to change at the discretion of the Board.