Every student is a productive responsible citizen that will positively contribute to the local, national, and global community.
The faculty and staff of Anadarko Public Schools will provide flexible on-going instruction and differentiated learning opportunities to prepare all students to achieve at high levels in a global society.
Anadarko is a city of 6,645 located in southwest Oklahoma, approximately sixty miles southwest of Oklahoma City. Established on August 6, 1901, Anadarko is the county seat of Caddo County. Anadarko is named after the Nadaco, a Caddo band now affiliated with the Caddo Nation. Anadarko, self-titled, “Indian Capital of the Nation,” is home to the annual American Indian Exposition.
Anadarko High School Girls Cross Country Team is the reigning Class 4A State Champion and also Class 4A Academic All-State Recipients for 2016-2017 school year.
Anadarko Middle School won both the Sweepstakes AND the Grand Sweepstakes – for the fourth time – in their class at the 2017 Tri-State Fine Arts Festival in Enid.
Third grade students have scored 80% proficient on the state test in reading for two years in a row.
Applications will be accepted for this position until November 24, 2017. Candidates selected to interview will be notified by email or phone. Interviews will be held in December 2017 and January 2018, with the hopes of naming a superintendent in February/March 2018. This timeline is subject to change at the discretion of the Board.